BLOWOUT: Arkansas soccer team destroys the competition

The Razorback Soccer team held nothing back Thursday as they sent another team packing.

Razorback Soccer (3-1-1) earned its second-straight victory with a 7-0 blowout win over the Lamar Cardinals (1-4-0) on Thursday night at Razorback Field.

Arkansas outshot LU, 28-0, as six different Razorbacks tallied a goal.

It’s the most goals scored for the Hogs since an 11-0 win over Mississippi Valley State in 2017. In the first five matches of the season, the Razorback defense has allowed just two goals.

How It Happened

>> Anna Podojil made a run down the right sideline, putting in a cross that was deflected by a Cardinals defender. Tori Cannata gathered the loose ball with her back to the goal, laying it off for Stefani Doyle to put in the back of the net in the 11th-minute.

>> A couple minutes later, Doyle made a move to her left around the Lamar ‘keeper as she slotted it back post on the open goal.

>> Coming out of the locker room, Parker Goins got on the end of a ball inside the box as she put a strike to the left side of the net in the 48th-minute.

>> A Cardinals defender redirected an Arkansas cross into the back of the net for an own goal just moments later.

>> In the 54th-minute, Nayeli Perez served in a cross that freshman Reagan Swindall was able to redirect with her head as it found the back of the goal.

>> Freshman Jordan Stack scored her first goal as a Razorback as she put a one-timer on target off a cross from Caroline Campbell in the 75th-minute.

>> A Kyler Goins corner kick in the 77th-minute eventually found Madison Louk as she put it away from a yard out.

Next Up

The Razorbacks will welcome McNeese State to Fayetteville on Sunday, September 8. This will be a rematch from last season when the Hogs made the trip down to Lake Charles, La. in 2018. The Cowgirls earned a 3-2 double overtime win against Arkansas. First kick on Sunday is slated for 1 p.m. CT.