Nebraska Wesleyan had five different players score a goal as the Prairie Wolves cruised past Mount Marty College, 7-0, in Great Plains Athletic Conference women's soccer action on Saturday afternoon in Yankton, S.D.
Alison Frohn was a part of four of the goals as she scored two goals and had the assist on two others. Erin Reeh also scored a pair of goals in the match.
NWU wasted little time getting ahead as Sheila Mullen and Maddie Pfeil both scored in the first seven minutes of the match. Frohn scored during the 13th minute and Reeh scored during the 17th minute giving NWU a 4-0 halftime lead.
The Prairie Wolves did not let up as they scored three more goals in the second half. Frohn got the scoring started at the 59:40 mark, then Annie Straka scored at 69:13. The final goal was by Reeh on an assist from Irati Herrera during the 72nd minute.
NWU goalkeeper Emily Dierks recorded yet another shutout in goal for the Prairie Wolves. It was a dominating performance for the Prairie Wolves as they out shot the Lancers, 29-2.
Nebraska Wesleyan improves to 8-3 overall and 3-2 in GPAC play, while Mount Marty falls to 1-9 and 0-4 in GPAC.