Ashley Aragona got things started early, scoring the first of her two scores 1:08 into the contest on an assist from Kim Conrad. Jamie Achten followed less than two minutes later, with the first of her two scores, assisted by Ode Fulutudilu.
The Lee ladies’ (11-2, 8-0) next two scores came on penalty kicks, the first by Amy Cochran. Aragona gave the Lady Flames a 4-0 advantage with her second goal of the night.
Fulutudilu scored her lone goal 25:17 into the first half on a one-timer, with the pass coming from Leah Fortune. Fortune scored soon after, with Aragona earning her only assist of the match.
Achten and Fortune closed out the Lee scoring, each adding one additional goal to run the Lee advantage to 8-0.
“I was again really pleased with tonight’s showing,” said Lee head coach Matt Yelton. “To be able to come out and put the ball in the back of the net with the accuracy we did tonight is the payoff for a lot of training where we have focused on our ability to finish opportunities.”
Brenau (5-5-3, 5-3) struck for its lone just under 20 minutes into the second frame, with Jenny Knibbs knocking in an unassisted goal.
Overall, Lee outshot the Golden Tigers, 34-6. The Lady Flames put 25 shots on target, while holding Brenau to just one shot on goal.
“Our play in the attacking third tonight was fantastic,” added Yelton. “The team did an excellent job of combining with each other and giving each other the opportunity to score some really good goals.”
The Lady Flames have now won eight straight matches and will return to the Lee Soccer Field Tuesday night at 5 p.m. to take on Truett-McConnell College. Lee will follow with a Thursday night showdown with No. 6 Martin Methodist, also at 5 p.m.
“It’s been really fun to watch the progress this team has made over the last few weeks,” added Yelton in conclusion. “I think if we can keep the work rate up, then we will be a tough team to come up against over the next few weeks.”