Sophomore Emma Byrne was one of seven players to score in the Forester women's soccer team's 7-0 victory over visiting Lawrence University on Sunday.
Byrne accounted for the only goal of the second half with just 2:56 to play in the contest. Her second goal of the season was assisted by senior Mimi Vaintrub.
Kraus scored her first goal of the year at 13:16 off a pass from junior Charlotte Jackson. Kraus then recorded her career-high fourth point of the contest by assisting Jackson just 75 seconds later. It was Jackson's second goal of 2017.
Hoyt set up sophomore Sangjun Hornewer in the 20th minute and Vaintrub closed out the first half scoring off a pass from sophomore Natalie Dixon at 28:29. Hornewer and Vaintrub each has two goals on the season.
The Foresters outshot the Vikings 13-2 and had nine corner kicks in the first half. The home team had a 9-1 advantage in shots in the game's final 45 minutes with seven more corner kick chances in the period.
The Foresters are now 4-7-0 overall this season and 2-1-0 in Midwest Conference play. Lawrence fell to 1-9-0 overall and 0-3-0 in the league.