Bruins fire on all cylinders as they down CSM, 11-0

Emily Weyant notched her first career hat trick on Saturday afternoon against CSM.
Emily Weyant notched her first career hat trick on Saturday afternoon against CSM.

BELLEVUE, Neb. -- Eight different players found the back of the net as the Bellevue University women's soccer team rolled to an 11-0 victory over College of Saint Mary on Saturday afternoon at Bellevue Soccer Club.


(RV) Bellevue: 3-2-0
CSM: 0-6-1

Recap: (RV) Bellevue 11, CSM 0

Kylee Mastromonaco scored in the game's third minute to set the tone in a dominating Bruin win.

Emily Weyant doubled the BU lead in the ninth minute and Mastromonaco added her second strike of the game in the 17th. That's where the game remained until the final 2:29 of the half when goals by Daisy Ochoa-Rojas and Austin Perez put the Bruins ahead by a commanding 5-0 margin.

Weyant tallied her second goal of the game in the 52nd minute and Reyvin Hernandez found the back of the net in the 59th to make it 7-0 to Bellevue.

Weyant completed the hat trick in the 62nd minute after taking a feed from Mastromonaco in the box and beating the keeper upstairs.

Emma Phillipson curled in a corner kick in the 65th minute, Saskia Pepel scored in the 79th and Rylan Mahoney finished the scoring in the 74th minute.

The victory saw BU out-shot the Flames by a 35-3 margin (23-1 on goal) and win a 7-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Faith Smith made a stop on the lone shot on goal either Bruin keeper faced.

CSM's Karen Hernandez saved 12 shots in the loss.

Up Next:

Bellevue is home again on Wednesday, Sept. 19 when they host Morningside College at 2 p.m. at Bellevue Soccer Club.


  • Bellevue's 11 goals are the most since the Bruins won 11-0 at Central Christian on Oct. 1, 2014.
  • Emily Weyant's hat trick is the first by a BU player since Betsy Fischenich did so against Presentation on Nov.  6, 2015 in the NSAA Semifinals.
  • The 11 goals scored are the second-most against an opponent from Nebraska; Bellevue defeated Dana College, 16-0, on Oct. 20, 1997.