St. Mary's women have won their opening two conference matches shooting themselves up the Heartland Conference standings thanks to a 4-0 win over Rogers State on Monday at the St. Mary's Intermural field.
It was a dominant second half that saw the Rattlers get the win as they find themselves second place in the Heartland Standings.
After a tight first half St. Mary's came out firing in the second with four goal scorers, the first coming through Kristal Williams just four minutes in to the half as Megan Tomlin sent in the cross for Williams to finish.
Rogers State settled slightly but again St. Mary's went for it and in the 65th it was 2-0 as Sam Lara was able to put away Lauren Peck's cross.
Leah Snelson sealed the match in the 74th minute as she rounded her defenders to get through one-on-one with the keeper and beat her to make it three.
The Rattlers rubbed salt in to the wounds in the dying seconds of the match as they made it four with a deflected strike falling to Jamey Coronado who easily tapped home in to an empty net.
The match was just complete domination from the Rattlers with 28 shots forcing ten saves out of Jordan Harris putting the Rattlers in a good place before a lengthy road run.