KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- With its highest scoring output in five years, the No. 2-ranked Concordia women's soccer team posted a 9-0 win over Oregon Tech on Saturday as head coach Grant Landy earned his 300th career win.
Landy, in his 17th season as head coach of the Cavaliers, now sports a 300-58-24 (.816) record and holds a 153-9-6 (.930) mark in Cascade Collegiate Conference matches. Landy is currently ranked second in the NAIA among active coaches, trailing only Oklahoma City's Brian Harvey tally of 320-86-20.
The Cavs put little doubt in any addition wait for its coaches' milestone, landing six first-half goals, including four in a 12-minute span beginning at the 11:38 mark. Hannah Scott got things started in the 12th minute and was nearly immediately followed by a successful shot from Alex Blalock in the 13th minute.
In another two-minute spurt starting at 21:02, Bobbi Eckler and Ashley Ames gave Concordia a 4-0 lead. Ames notched her second goal of the game in the 31st minute while Alicia Kolter joined the fray in the 41st minute for the commanding 6-0 advantage.
Erin Huisingh and McKayla Madison opened up the second-half attack before Kolter closed out the match with her second goal of the day in the 78th minute of action. Six different Concordia players were credited with assists in the spree with junior Annika Hayman earning three points with her play.
Overall, Concordia outshot the Owls 26-to-4 with a 15-to-1 advantage in the first half alone.
Oregon Tech was led offensively by Kayla Campbell who registered the only shot goal on the day for the Owls.
Oregon Tech will try to bounce back as they travel to Ashland, Ore. next week to take on Southern Oregon University Saturday at 1:00 pm.