Soccer Extends Unbeaten Streak to Seven

Vanderbilt tallies fourth shutout

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Vanderbilt soccer scored in the 87th minute Thursday night to defeat Ball State 1-0. at the Vanderbilt Soccer Complex.  The Dores have now shutout their opponent in four of their seven matches.

Junior Mia Castillo tallied her first career goal in the final three minutes of the match to give the Dores an edge. A cross from Addie Porter found Castillo inside the 18-yard box. Castillo connected and put the ball in the back of the net.

The Commodores controlled the match tallying 58 percent of the possession and outshot the Cardinals 13-8. Vanderbilt held Ball State to just two shots in the opening frame. Senior keeper Kate Devine earned two saves on the night, marking her fourth shutout of the season.


Vanderbilt will host Middle Tennessee at GEODIS Park in the first-ever collegiate match to be played on that field, Sunday at 6 p.m. The match will be broadcast on SECN+.