Hermann Trophy candidate Jessica Harmon-Carter is an anchor on the BYU defense that has not allowed a goal all season. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
PROVO -- The unbeaten No. 10 BYU women's soccer team will continue its homestand Monday at 8 p.m. against Pacific at South Stadium as the Cougars try to take their record shutout streak to six games.
BYU is one of three Division 1 women's soccer teams to have not allowed a goal all season. The five-game shutout streak is the longest in Cougar history, and three of BYU's game-winning goals have come from junior Hermann Trophy candidate Katie Larkin of Draper, Utah (Alta HS).
Pacific is coming off of its first loss of the season, which took place at Portland State on Saturday. The 1-0 loss was the first time the Tigers have been blanked in 2007.
Monday's game will be Ward Family Home Evening Night at South Stadium. Fans can bring a current ward list, and the whole Young Singles Adult ward can attend the women's soccer match for $25. All ward members must enter South Stadium together to be included in the ward discount.
Individual tickets to the game are $5 for adults and $4 for students. Families and teams can get in for $15, and youth groups can get in for $20. BYU "Y" lot parking will be available to the public after 7 p.m.