The seventh ranked Butler Grizzlies opened up conference play with a dominant performance away from home in Chanute, responding to their first loss of the year in their previous game by pasting Neosho, defeating the Panthers, 4-0 on Wednesday.
Brooke Sullivan opened up the scoring as she converted a penalty kick eight minutes into the game. Kenzee Godwin doubled the Grizzlies' first half lead, notching her fifth goal from a corner in the 25th minute, assisted by Madeline Boman and Brooklyn Hunter to give the Grizzlies the two goal lead going into the halftime interval.
Boman would score a goal of her own in the 65th minute to open the second half, heading in off a perfect corner from Brooklyn Hunter, her second assist of the match.
Kaitlin Erwin put the finishing touches on the victory 14 minutes later off a pass from Godwin, cementing the victory.
Butler improves to 4-1 on the year and opens up Jayhawk play with a 1-0 record. The Grizzlies return home this weekend with a pair of non-conference games, hosting No. 3 Seminole State on Friday before seeing No. 14 Laramie County on Sunday at BG Products Veterans Sports Complex.