By Caleb Scott
ADA — Sophomore Meagan Grierson (Miamisburg) and freshman Jenna Fuller (Countryside, Ill./Lyons Township) led the Ohio Northern women's soccer team to its fifth consecutive shutout victory on Sunday afternoon, defeating Transylvania (Ky.) 5-0.
The Polar Bears improve to 7-1-1 overall with the victory, while the Pioneers fall to 2-5-1.
Northern was led offensively by Fuller with two goals, while Grierson posted her seventh consecutive shutout.
In the 31st minute, Fuller tallied her first goal of the afternoon after sophomore Hannah Martin (Mason) found Fuller with a pass, pushing the lead to 2-0
Less than a minute later, Fuller added her second goal of the afternoon as fellow freshman Megan Breier (Plainfield, Ill./North) found Fuller who capitalized to push the lead to 3-0.
Martin would finish off the first half scoring barrage in the 34th minute as she hit a strike to extend the lead to 4-0 heading into the intermission.
Freshman Siena Ward (Newport Beach, Cal./Newport Harbor) would seal the ONU victory in the 82nd minute as she scored the final goal of the afternoon to complete the 5-0 victory.
Grierson posted her seventh consecutive shutout and fifth consecutive shutout victory and improved her record to 7-1-1.
The Polar Bears outshot the Pioneers 23-2 and won the corner kick battle by a 10-0 margin.
Northern returns to action Saturday afternoon, as its open Ohio Athletic Conference action and hosts Mount Union at Kerscher Stadium at 5 pm.