Freshman forward Danielle McCarthy came off the bench to score two goals as the Menlo College women's soccer team beat visiting Mills College, 9-0, in a nonconference match on Tuesday.
The Lady Oaks (1-1) were in control from the start in this lopsided affair. In fact, it could have been a lot worse had Mills goalkeeper Tayla Muise not made 18 saves in facing 27 shots on goal.
Muise was particularly tough on senior Erica Hunting and sophomore Jocelyn Aguilar, each of whom got off six shots, four on goal, with nothing to show for it. Menlo outshot Mills, 47-0, for the game and held a 16-0 advantage in corner kicks.
The Oaks open Cal Pac Conference play on Saturday, hosting UC Merced at 2:30 p.m.
McCarthy started the scoring at the 5:34 mark of the first half, converting with an assist from junior forward Victoria Piazza.
Freshman Alessandra Camcam, sophomore Yasmeen Fuentes and senior Natalie Ingram each recorded a goal and an assist.
Sophomore Raquel DeJesus, junior Janelle Gaddy and senior Megan Mckee also scored for Menlo.
Andrew Cota was named Cal Pac Conference Player of the Week after scoring two goals and recording an assist in Menlo's victory over Pacific Union,
The Oaks (1-0, 2-0-1) host San Diego Christian on Thursday in a nonconferebce match at 3 p.m.
Menlo sophomore setter Kelly Sung was named Cal Pac Conference Player of the Week after recording 20 assists, seven service aces, six digs and two kills in a sweep of of Mills College.
The Lady Oaks (5-3) host La Sierra in their conference opener at 3 p.m. Friday.