Sixth-ranked BYU women’s soccer scored six on Pacific on Saturday night, recording their first conference shutout in the 6-0 win.
The Cougars didn’t take long to get on the board, scoring their opener in the third minute. It is the second time in the last two games that BYU has scored in the first five minutes. A pass from defender Rachel Bingham found Mikayla Colohan in the six yard box, and Colohan coolly slotted the ball into the net.
It wouldn’t be til the 31st minute that the Cougars would find their second, but the wait was worth it. Cameron Tucker cut onto her right foot on the left side of the box and hit a banger off the crossbar into the side netting.
Less than 30 seconds later, the Cougars found a third. This time Lizzy Braby cut onto her left foot from the right side of the box, firing another banger into the side netting for her second goal of the season.
The Cougars would see out the half, but pick up where they left off. They fired off several shots, but couldn’t find the net until the 69th minute. Braby played a pass into the box, and SaraJayne Affleck finished it off the crossbar and into the net.
Just a couple minutes later BYU would add a 5th, with Ashton Brockbank getting in on the action this time.
The Cougars would add their sixth and final goal in the 80th minute, as a cross from the left side was finished by a Makaylie Moore header.
The Cougars move to 12-0-1 on the season and are still undefeated on the season. BYU’s already impressive goal difference moved to +36 in 13 matches. The Cougars will host Saint Mary’s on Friday night at South Field.