Kerrville, Texas - The second-ranked Trinity men's soccer team capped its regular season schedule with a 3-1 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference road win over Schreiner (TX) University.
Schreiner's lone shot on goal in the first half came shortly after Trinity's score, but Blake Lieberman recorded a save to keep the Tigers in front.
Trinity found several shots in the early going of the second period, but it was Schreiner that found the back of the net in the 69th minute to make it a 2-1 game.
Trinity finishes the regular season with its 13th consecutive victory to improve to 18-1-0 overall and 13-1-0 in SCAC play.
Brady Johnston provided his first game-winner among his three goals scored this season.
Christian Sakshaug's 27th career assist moves him into a tie for seventh in school history, and he leads the Tigers with nine helpers on the year.
Daylon Gordon's sixth assist of the season doubles his career output heading into the year.
As the top seed, Trinity receives a first-round bye and will begin play at the SCAC Tournament in Irving, Texas, on Saturday, November 4, at 11:00 a.m.