By John Lachmann
Junior midfielder Carissa Dyer scored three goals as Notre Dame beat Scott, 5-0 on Tuesday.
Dyer scored the Pandas’ first two goals in the opening five minutes of the match, and she scored her final goal with a minute left until halftime.
Junior striker Mandy Arnzen added a goal and an assist for Notre Dame, which extended its unbeaten streak to five matches.
HALFTIME: 5-0. GOALS: ND—Dyer 3, Arnzen, Thompson. SHUTOUT: Hansel (0 saves). RECORDS: Notre Dame 5-1-2, Scott 2-6-1.
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