– Return to top – Southern 0, Lamar 4 Mississippi Valley St. 0, Southeast Louisiana 9HAMMOND. La. – The Southeastern Louisiana women’s soccer team closed out its non-conference schedule on a high note, rolling to a 9-0 victory over Mississippi Valley State Monday afternoon at the Southeastern Soccer Complex.Eight different Lady Lions found the net, as SLU improved to 7-1 overall. Mississippi Valley State dropped to 0-6 with the loss.Sophomore Bri Singh led the Lady Lions with two goals, while freshman Maggie Ramsey, junior Cheyenne Maxwell and junior Kayla Vera each found the net. Four Southeastern players – junior Megan Simon, freshman Maddie Kresevic, freshman Ana Zadro and freshman Kim Porche – scored the first collegiate goals of their careers.Sophomore Katie Noonan chipped in with three assists to run her team-high season total to seven. Singh, Ramsey, Simon, junior Gisenia Utreras and sophomore Amber Lasher each also were credited with assists for SLU.Every Lady Lion who was dressed saw action. Sophomores Hope Sabadash and Casey Jeanfreau split time in goal, as Southeastern posted its sixth shutout of the season.“We were very pleased with the effort today,” Southeastern head coach Blake Hornbuckle commented. “We moved the ball well and were able to finish the opportunities we created. We were able to give some players some experience, while allowing our starters to have an opportunity to rest.”Noonan’s patented long throw-in led to Southeastern’s first goal less than two minutes into the match. Ramsey was able to get a foot on the ball that MVSU failed to clear, scoring from close range. The Mission Viejo, California native’s sixth goal of the season put the Lady Lions up, 1-0.In the 13th minute, Singh stole the ball from MVSU and passed to Ramsey who played a ball ahead to a streaking Maxwell. The Sacramento, California native calmly deposited her third goal of the season into the back of the net for a 2-0 SLU lead.Singh got into the scoring act less than two minutes later, as she got just enough of a foot on a pass from Utreras to give the Lady Lions a 3-0 advantage less than 14 minutes into the match.Vera drilled an unassisted goal in the 18th minute, as the Vancouver, Washington native pushed the lead to 4-0 with her fourth goal of the season. Exactly a minute later, Singh scored off another Noonan throw-in to put Southeastern up, 5-0. The goal was the team-high ninth of the season for the Lancaster, California native, already matching her 2013 season total.Zadro closed out the Southeastern first-half scoring in the 24th minute, taking a Noonan pass and finishing from close range. The Mississauga, Ontario, Canada native’s first career goal sent Southeastern into the break with a commanding 6-0 lead.A beautiful combination resulted in Southeastern’s first goal of the second half in the 52nd minute. Simon played a ball into Lasher, who tapped it right to Kresevic. The Solon, Ohio native deposited the ball into the net for a 7-0 SLU lead.In the 61st minute, Simon hit a beautiful shot into the upper right corner of the net. The Mandeville native and Fontainebleau High School alum pushed the Lady Lion edge to 8-0.Another Louisiana product, Porche, capped the scoring in the 63rd minute. The Luling native who prepped at Academy of Our Lady High School scored unassisted to provide the final 9-0 margin.Southeastern will be back in action on Friday, hosting Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at 4 p.m. at the Southeastern Soccer Complex. Mississippi Valley St. 0, Southeast Louisiana 9Southern 0, Lamar 4 – Return to top – BEAUMONT, Texas – Bailey Fontenot tied the Lamar record with her 12th career shutout to highlight the Lady Cardinals’ 4-0 win over visiting Texas Southern in a non-conference women’s soccer game Monday.Fontenot, a senior out of nearby Hardin-Jefferson High School, made five saves as she equaled the career mark set by Jennifer Gibbs.It was a strong effort by Fontenot, who was lifted after halftime of Sunday’s 7-2 loss at Louisiana-Lafayette after allowing four goals and making just one save.“The key was her confidence throughout the whole game tonight,” Lamar coach Orlando Cervantes said of Fontenot. “She was very aggressive and very physical tonight.”Kimmy Albeno led the Lamar offense with two goals as the Lady Cardinals (2-5) snapped a five-game losing streak. Freshmen M.J. Eckart and A.V. Vigil each scored their first career goals for Lamar.“To come back without any rest and play as well as we did was great,” Cervantes said. “We needed a game like this to boost our spirits heading into conference play.”Albeno scored both of her goals in the first half, as she extended her own school record to 29 career goals. Eckart and Vigil added second-half goals as Lamar improved to 4-0 all-time against the Lady Tigers.Lamar outshot Texas Southern (0-6) 20-7 for the game. Texas Southern goalkeeper Liliana Hernandez made five of her seven saves in the second half, as she did her best to keep the Lady Tigers in the game.“I thought we had a much better second half,” Cervantes said. “We scored early in the first half and seemed to get away from what worked. We stayed to the plan in the second half.”The Lady Cardinals host Northwestern State at 7 p.m. Friday in the Southland Conference opener for both squads.Tickets are available online at www.LamarCardinals.com. Tickets are also available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Montagne Center ticket office or by calling (409) 880-1715. Tickets will be available at the Lamar Soccer Complex ticket office one hour prior to kickoff.