Sep 1, 2013
(4-0-0) Rank: 7
Dallas, Texas • Attendance: 620
(2-2-0) Rank: NR
DALLAS - No. 7 Baylor (4-0-0) soccer followed its winning formula to a 2-0 win at SMU (2-2-0) on Sunday night at Westcott Field. For the fourth straight match, BU scored in the first 25 minutes and locked down on defense to extend a program-record unbeaten streak to 25 matches and get off to the best start of the Jobson coaching era.
Ashley York provided all the scoring Baylor needed as she scored from the box in the 17th minute off an assist by Bri Campos for her first career game-winner. Larissa Campos later put the game out of reach with a goal from the box in the 65th minute on a header off a pass from Karlee Summey.
Recording her second straight shutout, BU goalkeeper Michelle Kloss (4-0-0) made two saves, including the play of the game in the 53rd minute. With SMU's Shelby Redman lining up for a penalty kick from the right side of the box from 15 yards out, Kloss jumped to her left and blocked away Redman's shot to the high right corner.
York has scored a goal in three of BU's first four games and leads the team with four goals and nine points.
Baylor is off to its best start under Co-Head Coaches Marci and Paul Jobson and is 4-0-0 to start a season for the fourth time in program history (1996, 1998, 2002 - all 5-0-0 starts).
Baylor has started a season with four straight shutout wins for the first time in program history.
Marci Jobson is now 2-0-0 against her alma mater and Baylor is 3-7-0 all-time against SMU. Tonight's game marked the first return to campus for a regular season game as a coach for Jobson after she was a two-time all-region selection as a player in her two-year career at SMU from 1996-97.
Kloss earned her 23rd win as goalkeeper, moving her one win shy of third on BU's all-time list.
Baylor has not been shutout for 13 straight games, dating back to last season.
Baylor is unbeaten in a program-record 11 straight road matches.
Baylor has a current program-record unbeaten streak of 25 matches and has not finished with a tally in the loss column for 371 days.
Baylor has not given up a goal for 398:21 minutes - last goal came in the 82nd minute of BU's Sweet 16 tie at North Carolina last season.
Baylor held edges over SMU in shots (17-9) and shots on goal (7-2).
STAT OF THE GAME
11 - The number of career shutouts for Kloss, who moved into third place all-time at Baylor.
TWEET OF THE GAME
Courtney Seelhorst (@gkcourtnomore) September 2, 2013
"I'm so proud of [Michelle Kloss]. She worked hard this summer. She read [the penalty kick] right, got there, and got a hand on it. That could've been a game-changer." - BU Co-Head Coach Marci Jobson
Baylor continues a season-long four-match road trip with a pair of contests in College Station, Texas, next weekend. BU takes on former Big 12 members Missouri on Friday at 4 p.m. CT and Texas A&M at 7 p.m. on Sunday.