|Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.||4||3||7|
|1||10:59||Carlie Watson (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|1||15:30||Victoria Zaragoza (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|1||12:28||Carlie Watson (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|1||27:44||Karina Suarez (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|1||30:19||Emily Fuller (Simpson (Calif.))|
|2||49:14||Megan Donnelly (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|2||72:57||Karina Suarez (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|2||78:54||Alysa Castillo (Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.)|
|Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.||Indv. Leaders||Simpson (Calif.)|
|2 Players (#2,#9) - 2||Goals||#3 Emily Fuller - 1|
|#21 Jackie Igulu - 1||Assists||None|
|#9 Karina Suarez - 9||Shots||#3 Emily Fuller - 2|
|None||Saves||#1 Jessica Dager - 20|
|Benedictine - Mesa (Ariz.||Team Statistics||Simpson (Calif.)|
|48 (27)||Shots (on goal)||2 (1)|
REDDING, Calif. - The Benedictine University Mesa women's soccer team score their first goal just over 10 minutes into their match against Simpson on Friday afternoon.
It didn't stop there.
The Redhawks had their best afternoon of the season on Friday, tallying seven goals in a 7-1 rout over the host Red Hawks In California, winning their first California Pacific Conference game ever in the process.
Carlie Watson kicked off the onslaught in the 10th minute, knocking in a tally from Jackie Igulu. From there, BenU Mesa would score three more unanswered goals -- one from Victoria Zaragoza, another from Watson and the last from Karina Suarez -- to make it 4-1 heading into the break.
BenU Mesa would tack on more after the halftime intermission, getting another goal from Suarez and one each from Megan Donnelly and Alysa Castillo, as the Redhawks improved to 2-3 overall on the season.
The Redhawks are back in action on Sunday, taking on Humboldt State in Vallejo, Calif. for an 11:00 a.m. match.