Scott has Historic Day as Knights Roll 4-0 Over Cincinnati

ORLANDO – The UCF women's soccer team had a statement win on Thursday, defeating Cincinnati 4-0 at the UCF Soccer Complex on the back of Kristen Scott's 29th and 30th career goals.
From the jump, the Knights dominated the Bearcats half of the pitch, as the front three of Scott, Dayana Martin, and Mallory Olsson put constant pressure on the Cincinnati backline. Just before the 20-minute mark, Katie Bradley swung in a beautiful cross that only needed two touches from Scott, who placed it in the net. 
The half wasn't finished there, as a foul on Polly Watson led to a free kick. Anna Henderson put in a tricky cross that the Cincinnati defense couldn't deal with, as one of their own found the back of the net, giving the Knights a commanding 2-0 lead going into the break. 
Needing just one more goal to move into a tie for 8th all-time in program history in scoring and reach 30 career goals, Scott wasted no time in the second. Martin played Scott through and just like her first, she took one touch and then calmly slotted it past the keeper with her right. Throughout her five years in Orlando, Scott has been a constant threat and leader within the team, this is just one of many milestones she's earned at UCF.
With the assist on the day, Martin was close to finding one of her own, but the Cincinnati goalkeeper was able to meet her on the fast break, deflecting the ball out of the box.
Mallory Olsson showed her scoring prowess just before the final whistle. Following a Rajaee pass, Olsson was one on one with the keeper and cut past her, netting her sixth of the season.
With yet another Black and Gold win, Caroline DeLisle made two saves and secured another clean sheet and her 23rd career shutout. DeLisle and the performance of the backline have been stellar, keeping the Bearcats to just four shots, two on goal. 
Since the Knights draw with Texas, they've gone 274 minutes without conceding, and now have a perfect 3-0-1 record to start conference play. With four goals on the day, UCF picked up three more points and now takes the top spot in the American Athletic Conference. 
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