FAYETTE, Mo. -- Central Methodist scored eight times on 24 shots on Saturday afternoon to defeat the Bellevue University women's soccer team 8-0 at Davis Field.
(RV) Central Methodist: 5-0-0
Recap: (RV) Central Methodist 8, Bellevue 0
Anika Kallash scored twice in each half and Zoe Jessen added a brace to lead Central Methodist to a convincing win.
The Bruins put themselves in a hole quickly, conceding twice in the game's first two minutes, and were unable to recover.
The game was the seventh – eight, including a friendly – of nine (10) during a brutal stretch of just over four weeks for the Bruins.
Sabrina Staufenbiel stopped six shots in goal for the Bruins who were out-shot 24-1 in the game.
Emily Weyant recorded the Bruins' lone shot in the 84th minute.
Coach Tom White:
"Central Methodist were a very good outfit; we let ourselves down conceding two goals very quickly. We have to all do more as a staff and as a team. Before today we played seven games in 18 days so we are looking forward to being able to take some time and work on what we need."
Bellevue travels to Seward, Neb. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 for a 7 p.m. kick-off against Concordia from Bulldog Stadium.