LaGRANGE, Ga.—Propelled by three first-half goals, the Birmingham-Southern women's soccer team won its fourth straight game Sunday afternoon, rolling to a 4-0 shutout of LaGrange on the road in LaGrange, Ga.
BSC moves to 5-1, while LaGrange falls to 3-1 for its first loss of the season.
Junior Jessie Sperry scored the first goal of the game in the 14th minute, assisted by junior Nicole Newton. Freshman Hannah Snoddy scored 15 minutes later off an assist from senior Devin McDonald, and junior Sammy Manso pushed the score to 3-0 less than two minutes later, courtesy of an assist from junior Ashley Prouty. Snoddy would find the back of the net again with less than five minutes left in the game, assisted by sophomore Ali Sadler, to wrap up the game's scoring.
BSC out-shot LaGrange 29-2, with LaGrange goalkeeper Courtney Slauson making six saves. Sperry led the Panthers with 10 shots, and junior goalkeeper Katie Williams made two saves.
The Panthers are on the road again for their next game, facing Agnes Scott College next Sunday, Sept. 21, at 2 p.m. ET in Atlanta.