LINDSBORG, Kan. – The Swedes women's soccer stayed unbeaten with an 8-0 win over Manhattan Christian.

Bethany struck early and often led by Kastel Heinold, sophomore forward, scored two minutes into the game, then again two minutes later. Less than 10 minutes into the game, Heinold earned her hat trick, this goal was aided by Brena Mitchell, freshman forward. Mitchell then helped Stacey Barron, freshman forward, score two goals of her own within the tenth minutes and then 11 minutes later. The Swedes struck once more in the first half, when Emerald McGlashan, sophomore midfielder, dished the ball to Sydney Carrasco, freshman defender for her first goal of the game. In the second half, Rachel Sianez, senior midfielder, kicked things off with an unassisted goal five minutes in. Sianez then earned an assist on a dish to Heinold for her final goal of the game.

The Swede keepers split time; Jordan Wells, sophomore keeper, and Destinee Wells, junior keeper, each took a half of play.

Up Next . . .

Bethany faces their first conference opponent next, hosting no. 14 Oklahoma Wesleyan on Tuesday, Sept.18 starting at 5 p.m.