TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound women's soccer team went more than 330 minutes without scoring a goal, and then the floodgates opened.
The Loggers and Mary Hardin-Baylor entered halftime in a scoreless tie, but Puget Sound erupted for four goals in the second half en route a 4-1 victory on East Field Saturday evening.
It was the Loggers' (1-3) first win and first goals of the season. Puget Sound opened the season by losing three consecutive 1-0 games, two of which went into overtime.
Following a goal by the Crusaders, Elderkin buried a goal off a corner kick in the 74th minute.
Saturday's win was much needed before the Loggers begin their Northwest Conference schedule at home against Whitman, Saturday, Sept. 15.