Panthers blank Tennessee Temple to even record

The Panthers (2-2) also got two goals each from Shelley Cathcart, Jillian Matthews and Akina Omae. Kylie Deese and Jennifer Eby also scored goals. Stephanie Fowler recorded four assists on the afternoon.

Cathcart opened the scoring with an unassisted goal seven minutes into the game. Ray got her first goal 20 minutes into the half off an assist from Omae.

The Panthers broke the game open as Omae and Ray scored in a four minute span to open up a 4-0 lead. The Panthers led 6-0 at halftime.

The Panthers outshot the Crusaders 30-8 in the game. Goalkeeper Laura Webber had six saves in recording her second shutout of the season.

The Panthers host GSAC foe Agnes Scott on Wednesday, beginning at 7 p.m.