Unbeaten St. Thomas Women's Soccer recorded a 3-0 road win over No. 22-ranked and previously unbeaten St. Ben's Saturday in St. Joseph.
Freshman keeper Katie Lynn recorded 11 saves and earned her third shutout in as many starts.
The Tommies, who tied the Blazers on the road 1-1 last fall, took a 1-0 halftime lead on junior Emma Theis' goal in the 11th minute.
Junior Mallory DeBoom scored two second-half goals for the Tommies (5-0-1 overall, 2-0 MIAC) and assisted on the game's first goal. St. Thomas is 27-0-2 in games on her career when DeBoom scores a goal or an assist.
Sophomore Elizabeth Muench added two assists.
Both teams attempted four corner kicks, while UST had a 13-11 edge in shots on goal. St. Thomas improved to 9-1-1 in its last 11 road contests against MIAC opponents, dating back to 2015.
The Toms return home Wednesday to play Hamline (4 p.m.)