The Emory University Eagles snapped a two-game Maryville College winning streak in women's soccer with a 2-0 shutout victory over the Scots on Saturday afternoon in Maryville.
The Eagles kept constant pressure on the MC defense and keeper Abbey Coleman outshooting the Scots 15-2 in the first half, directing seven shots on goal.
Emory lit up the scoreboard first when Caroline Kolski took a Peyton Robertson free kick from the top of the box and headed her second goal of the season for the eventual game-winner in the 13th minute.
The Eagles continued their attack in the final period with 19 more shots, five on goal.
In the 51st minute, Emory tallied an insurance goal when Natalie Klar gathered a loose ball in the goalie crease and pushed a left-footed attack into the right of the net for her third goal of the season.
Emory finished the challenge with 34 shots while the Scots took seven with Eagle keeper Haley Pratt turning away MC's pair of shots on goal. MC's offense was paced by Jenna Clothier's three shots while Taylor Frizen added a pair of attacks.
The win advances Emory to 4-1 on the season while Maryville falls to 4-4.
The Scots will prepare for a USA South challenge against Wesleyan (Ga.) on Saturday, September 28 on their home pitch. First touch is slated for 2:00 p.m.