Vidrine and the Saints defense recorded back-to-back shutouts as the team improved to 4-0 on the season and cracked the top 25 for the first time in program history. A junior from Hudson, Fla., she helped hold Newberry to 11 total shots with just five on goal in a 5-0 win, then shut down Catawba to the tune of just five total shots with two on goal. Both wins were on the road and Vidrine added an assist against Catawba, her first of the year. Flagler leads the PBC and is ranked 19th in the nation with a 0.25 team goals against average with just one goal allowed in four games with a PBC-best three shutouts.
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