The team is now back to .500 on the season, sitting at 3-3 after dropping its first three contests.
The Frogs opened up the scoring when junior Meghan Murphy’s header found the back of the net 41 minutes into the first half. It was Murphy’s first goal in exactly two years, since her goal on Sept. 6, 2013 against Illinois State.
The Frogs blew the game wide open when they tallied three more goals in the second half, en route to a 4-o win.
Junior Michelle Prokof scored two goals within a 10 minute span during the second half, her third and fourth of the season. First-year player Faith Carter also scored a goal for the second straight match.
“In the second half, the kids came out and took care of what they needed to take care of,” TCU head coach Eric Bell said. “I’m very happy with the total team effort.”
Bell added that he is impressed with the strides the team has made this season.
“We are deeper than we have been in years past, so in the second half we are able to exhibit our depth a little bit more as the game goes on,” Bell said. “We are more fresher than the other team.”
The Frogs finished the match with 24 shots on goal.
TCU return to action when they host Abilene Christian University on Friday, Sept. 11, continuing their four-game home stand. Game time is set for 7 p.m.