NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Vanderbilt soccer closed out its nonconference schedule Sunday with a 6-0 victory Center Tennessee at GEODIS Park within the first-ever collegiate match performed on the venue.
The workforce prolonged its unbeaten streak to eight, which is the second-longest in Vanderbilt historical past.
The Commodores struck first when Rachel Deresky, assisted by Hannah McLaughlin, scored 6:38 into the match. Deresky discovered the again of the online once more within the nineteenth minute. Sunday’s match marked her first with a number of objectives scored.
Alex Wagner crossed the ball inside the 18-yard field that ricocheted off Center Tennessee’s defender Kate Butcher, ensuing one other aim as Vanderbilt led 3-0 on the break after outshooting the Blue Raiders 6-1 within the first half.
Caroline Betts recorded her first aim of the season off a cross from Mia Castillo to start out the second half. Vanderbilt prolonged its result in 5 when Castillo scored a aim, assisted by Deresky. Within the 81st minute, Courtney Jones tallied her third profession aim with an help by Tina Bruni.
The Commodores’ six-goal match is tied for sixth all-time in program historical past for objectives scored in a match.
Vanderbilt soccer will start SEC play on Friday at 6 p.m. CT when it takes on South Carolina on the street. The match might be broadcast on SECN+.