ARLINGTON, Va. - The Marymount University women's soccer team honored nine seniors on Saturday afternoon at Long Bridge Park, as the senior class registered six of the seven goals en route to a 7-0 throttling of Trinity Washington University.
Led by a hat trick of goals by senior Karen Reyes, the second of her career, the Saints scored early and often in the matchup, finding the back of the goal in the sixth minute.
A corner kick from the right side, sent across by senior Gabby Cabrales, made its way through a clutter in the middle of the 18-yard box to the backside where sophomore Carolyn Treuting connected for her first goal of the season.
Less than three minutes later, senior Gretel Bonilla knocked in one of her two goals for the game, and was followed by Reyes in the 19th minute to push a 3-0 advantage.
In the second half, a five-minute stretch from the 63rd minute to the 68th was a scoring frenzy, with Reyes going unassisted on back-to-back shots 19 seconds apart, then senior Mary Camarca connected with Bonilla for the final goal of the game.
Reyes' back-to-back goals in 19 seconds ranks 10th in Division III history for fastest consecutive goals by the same player. The record is nine seconds set in 1999.
Defensively, the Saint backline didn't allow a single shot for the full 90 minutes.
On the offensive end, the Saints had 62 total shots with 28 on target.
Marymount rounds out the regular season on Wednesday, October 30 at home against Cabrini University in a crucial Atlantic East Conference matchup. Start time is set for 7 p.m.