WOOSTER, Ohio – The College of Wooster women's soccer team capped off its weekend with a 4-0 win over Bethany College on Sunday.
Wooster still has not suffered defeat yet this season as they move to 4-0-3. Bethany drops to 3-4.
Yet, she will have to settle for a two-goal performance with her first credited as the game winner. She started and finished the scoring for the Scots, scoring 25 seconds into the contest and in the 67th minute.
Her first goal came quick and unassisted, while on the second goal, fellow sophomore Madison Bescak found her down the field for the assist. Zunich now has three goals this season.
Speaking of Bescak, she made it a 2-0 game in the 20th minute as she created some space and scored unassisted for her first goal as a Fighting Scot.
Wooster outshot Bethany 25-2 and may have done more damage if it weren't for the 12 offside penalties that were called their way. Wooster also took 11 corners, while the Bison had none.
Molly Hutter played the whole game in net to record the shutout. She improved to 3-0-2.
Wooster returns to action Tuesday when they host Case Western Reserve University.