Jasmine Spence and her Mercer's Women's Soccer teammates dropped their first Southern Conference contest of the season, losing to Furman at Bear Field, snapping a five-match winning streak.
Mercer came out extremely aggressive in the second half, outshooting the Paladins 7-5.
Senior forward Valeria Bermeo led the team in shots on the night, taking three, all of which were on target.
Meanwhile Aaliyah Nolan and her North Texas Women’s Soccer teammates took a season-high 55 shots as they rolled to an 8-0 victory over Mid-America Christian University at the Mean Green Soccer Complex.
The 55 shots fell one shy of tying the program record, which was set in 1997.
North Texas' eight goals were also a season-high and the most goals scored in a match since they scored nine versus Texas Southern in 2013.
Five different players scored a goal for North Texas. Senior Katie Gernsbacher, sophomore Natalie Newell and freshman Ariel Diaz each netted two goals, while uniors Nolan and Taylor Torres were the other two North Texas players to find the back of the net.
Deshae Darrell was on the scoresheet twice for Brookhaven College in a 7-0 win over Cedar Valley College. Darrell struck from the penalty spot in the 6th minute after fellow striker Joseline Sorto was fouled in the box by a Cedar Valley defender. She then struck again in the 23rd minute after being played in with a through ball down the right flank from defender Chelsey Ruiz-Guerrero, Darrell latched onto the ball and struck an unstoppable shot into the roof of the net.
Brookhaven finished off the first half scoring with goals from Samantha Ramirez (40') and Jordan Gillespie (42'). In the second half Brookhaven added to their lead with goals from Taylor Reyes (46') Julie Ortega (48') and Joseline Sorto (53').
Brookhaven are now 4-0 in conference play with Darrell leading the team in scoring with 6 goals.
Eva Frazzoni and her College of Saint Rose Women’s Soccer teammates dictated the pace of play for much of the game, but visiting Upstate Challenge rival Le Moyne scored off a restart midway through the second half to upend the previous unbeaten College of Saint Rose 1-0 in Northeast-10 Conference action.
Saint Rose engineered a 14-8 shot advantage, including a 7-5 edge in on-target threats, and a 6-0 corner kick differential, but sophomore midfielder Claire Stackel converted a free kick from 25-yards out for what proved to be the game winner.