Boone, Hill, Castro shine as Scots extend streak to seven, 10-0

Boone, Hill, Castro shine as Scots extend streak to seven, 10-0

Maryville moved to 2-0 in the USA South Athletic Conference in a huge way on Wednesday night, as the Scots downed the Mountaineers of Berea College, 10-0.

The Orange and Garnet recorded its biggest win since Oct. 11, 2015 when the Scots downed Mary Baldwin College, 14-0, while extending its win streak to seven.

MC has outscored its opponents, 31-2 over that seven game stretch.

Maryville rode a memorable performance for Emilie Boone, as the freshman forward out of Gallatin, Tenn. recorded both her first collegiate goal and her first assist in the USA South victory.

Fellow freshman forward Lexie Hill also had a stellar night, as the Rockwood, Tenn. native etched her name in the MC record books. Hill tallied a trio of assist in Wednesday's match, tying her as the ninth most by a Scot in a single match.

Hill ranks as only one of 19 MC players to record three or more assist in a contest in school history. It has been done only 27 times in the Scots' 29 years of collegiate soccer. The freshman has a team-leading seven assist on the year.

Maryville early in the 18th minute, as Bailey Sipos recorded her 12th goal of the 2017 season. Just 1:31 later, Hannah Clothier notched her third goal of the season, as Hill tallied her first assist of the match.

In the 28th minute, Hill would help the Scots again, as she found Kara Tubb for a 3-0 Maryville lead.

Miranda Lukas recorded her first goal of the 2017 season off a Meagan Eiselstein assist with 31:39 showing on the clock, before Boone would add her first collegiate goal in the 39th minute. Jenna Clothier was rewarded the assist, as the Scots took a 5-0 lead to the break.

In the 57th minute, Maryville would continue their offensive attack, as Shannon Reagan scored her 10th goal of the year behind Hill's record-breaking third assist.

Yarissa Castro and Lindsey Lewallen would add unassisted scores in the 76th and 81st minutes, before Castro would score her second of the match off Boone's first collegiate assist just 1:55 later.

Boone would add an insurance goal with just over 5 minutes left to play for that 10-0 victory.

That win moves Maryville into a tie for the lead in the USA South Western Division. The Scots are 9-3-1 with a 2-0 mark in the conference, as Piedmont matches Maryville's 2-0 start.

MC outshot Berea College (1-9, 1-3), 34-6 on the night. MC tallied 18 shots on goal, as the Mountaineers could muster only a trio.

Boone led the Scots with a pair of goals and an assist, as Castro also added a pair of goals. Hill hard her three assist, while Lewallan, Tubb, Reagan, Sipos, Hannah Clothier and Lukas each added a goal.

Eiselstein and Jenna Clothier each had an assist to make the Scots total six for the night.

Reagan tallied 11 shots on the evening – five of those on target – while Hannah Clothier and Castro each had a trio.

Rachel Taylor earned the win in net, tallying a trio of saves in just over 60 minutes. Spencer Ann Mitchell shared in the shutout with just under 30 minutes of action.

For Berea, it was Sohara Perez how had a pair of shots with a shot on goal for the Mountaineers. Amber Follin had eight saves on the night in 90 minutes.

Maryville will look to carry their unbeaten record in the USA South into a pair of conference contest this weekend. MC hosts Huntingdon College on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 2 p.m., before hosting Agnes Scott College at 1 p.m. on Sunday for Senior Day.