SIOUX CITY -- Rafael Laske had a natural hat trick in the second half Sunday as Morningside rolled to a 11-0 men's soccer win over Presentation at Olsen Stadium.
Seven different Mustangs scored in the game that saw the hosts pile up 27 shots on goal.
Austin Lingle, a former Bishop Heelan prep, tallied both his goals in the first half while Joao Soares also had two goals in the game.
Juan Pablo Jochems, Sebastian Schoon, Joschua Schanda and Pascal Kutschera also scored in the win for Morningside, playing its season opener.
Tim Erdmann and Jared Amundson split time in goal, each playing 45 minutes, while neither recorded a save.
MORNINGSIDE 7, PRESENTATION 0: Merle Bublitz and Oceanna Brenden tallied two goals each as Morningside blanked Presentation at Olsen Stadium on Sunday.
Bublitz added three assists in the game, the first coming on the opening goal from Kylee Goodvin, a junior from East High.
Chloe Wetzbarger, a former Bishop Heelan prep, made it 2-0 with an assist from Bublitz while the Mustangs took a 3-0 lead at halftime on the first of Brenden's two goals.
Bublitz, who scored both Morningside goals in Saturday's season-opening 3-2 setback to Jamestown, scored both of her goals on Sunday in the second half.
Jayci Miller tallied the final goal for a Mustangs team that held a 17-5 shot advantage.
Three goalkeepers saw action for Morningside as Alexandra Homan, Jacklyn Obermeier and Niccole McGuire combined to make two saves.
JAMESTOWN 2, BRIAR CLIFF 0: Phoebe Edwards and Connie Contreras tallied goals as Jamestown blanked Briar Cliff at Faber Field in a women's soccer match on Sunday.
Edwards, with an assist from Juliet Ramirez, scored in the eighth minute while Contreras' goal in the 89th minute was unassisted.
Jamestown, a future Great Plains Athletic Conference rival of Briar Cliff, outshot the hosts 14-6 as Chargers' netminder Libby Havenridge made six saves.
UNI 2, SOUTH DAKOTA 0: Northern Iowa remained unbeaten following Sunday's women's soccer victory at First Bank & Trust Field over South Dakota.
The Panthers received goals from Sarah Brandt in the 11th minute and Brynell Yount in the 83rd minute.
South Dakota had 16 shots on goal in the contest and several good looks but couldn't break through to tally its first goal of the season.
Coral Suarez made six saves in goal for the Coyotes (0-3).