Aaliyah Nolan and her No. 24 ranked North Texas Soccer teammates shut out its ninth opponent of the year in route to a 3-0 road victory over Marshall.
North Texas and their nationally recognized defense held Marshall to just five total shots on Marshall's home field and thus turned in one of the best offensive performances of the year.
Two of North Texas' three goals were scored on set pieces, the first coming in the 36th minute when Brooke Lampe soared way above the Marshall defenders to head in a corner kick from Madeline Guderian. The goal broke a 0-0 tie and is Lampe's first goal of the season. The assist is Guderian's third in the last three matches.
North Texas took a 1-0 lead into the half but opened the flood gates in the second-half when another set piece led to another North Texas goal.
UNT sophomore Logan Bruffett's free kick into the box was deflected in the scrum of bodies and ended at the feet of fellow sophomore Berklee Peters who was able to strike a shot into the net for her sixth goal in conference play.
North Texas' final goal came in the 81st minute when Bruffett cleared a ball near midfield to the offensive third where senior Nolan chased down the ball, beat the Marshall keeper and scored her sixth goal of the year.
"Last game really motivated me to score this weekend and get my goal tally up," Nolan said who played a career-high 95 minutes at WKU and took a career-high six shots but didn't score a goal. "I didn't just want to get the goal for me but I wanted to do it for the team. We all knew that we had to win this game and we came out and executed exactly what we needed to do to come away with this W"
The nine-match unbeaten streak the team is currently on while impressive is nothing new to the program. UNT went on a 11-match unbeaten streak last season and had a nine-match unbeaten streak in 2015.