Shreveport, Louisiana - The 14th-ranked Trinity women's soccer team opened its Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference road weekend with a 10-1 victory over Centenary College on Friday.
Chelsea Cole go the Tigers going with a quick goal in the 12th minute, but Centenary answered quickly with the game-tying score just two minutes later.
Trinity led 19-4 on shots in the first half of action, as well as a 35-5 advantage for the game.
Cole added her second goal of the night just after halftime, while Markey picked up her second assist, and the Tigers led 5-1 in the 48th minute.
Markey and Julia Camp combined for the next two scores, beginning with Markey's goal in the 52nd minute. Camp assisted on that goal, then scored her own in the 60th minute on Markey's third assist of the night.
Halleanne Dure added consecutive goals less than four minutes apart to make it a 9-1 Tiger lead, then Abby Blackwood capped the scoring with an unassisted score with less than five minutes left on the clock. Katie Peth picked up an assist on Dure's second goal.
The Tigers won their eighth straight game and improved to 8-1-0 and 4-0-0 SCAC. The Ladies dropped to 2-4-1 and 2-2-1 SCAC.
Trinity had gone six consecutive games without allowing a goal, but the team's scoreless streak was snapped at just over 600 minutes.
Julia Kelly scored her fourth goal of the campaign, and the first game-winner.
Julia Camp posted her 38th career goal, and moved up to a tie for eighth place in Trinity's record books.
Colleen Markey's three assists brought her season total to six, and her total of 26 for her carer moves her to a tie for 12th place on the Tiger career list.
Hannah Booher leads the team this season with nine assists.
The Tigers conclude their road trip with another SCAC game on Sunday at noon against Austin (TX) College.