BRENHAM, Texas — Blinn College women's soccer (3-11-1, 2-7-1) used a strong offense to take down Cisco College, 3-2, on Friday afternoon at Rankin Field.
Blinn displayed a strong offense as the Buccaneers totaled 18 shots and took 12 shots on goal.
Kayla Bonilla, Hailey Burke and Alyssa Correa each scored one goal for Blinn, while Bonilla, Burke and Janay Wilson each recorded one assist. Zoe Madrid led Blinn with three saves, while Sarah Schlemmer recorded one save.
"They played really well and are finally coming together," said Jorden Smith, Blinn head coach. "They had a ton of energy and were able to compete the way we have asked them to all year."
Blinn scored its first goal in the 20th minute when Burke passed the ball to Bonilla to score. The Buccaneers took a 2-0 lead in the 32nd minute after Janay Wilson assisted Burke for a goal.
Blinn scored in the 45th minute to open the second half strong. Bonilla assisted Correa in scoring the Buccaneers' final goal for a 3-0 lead. Cisco didn't score its first goal until the 82nd minute and scored its second goal in the 88th minute for a 3-2 final.
"Our sophomores are a great group of young women who have set the foundation for the program moving forward," Smith said. "They have dedicated a whole lot more than we could have ever asked for. The fact that they were able to set the standard at Blinn College and then get to continue their careers on both the soccer field and in the classroom is really exciting for us."
Next, Blinn will compete in its final home game of the season against Jacksonville College on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m.
Blinn has competed in intercollegiate athletics since 1903 and captured 38 NJCAA national championships since 1987.