Lewis & Clark fell behind by two goals early before Viesturs scored her first career tally on Saucedo's assist late in the first half at Griswold Stadium. Viesturs later fed Saucedo for a goal in the 72nd minute.
Freshman Milan Davis made her first career start in goal and stopped eight shots including a leaping save. One of the two Carroll goals scored was on a penalty kick.
Carroll scored first when the referees called a foul in the Lewis & Clark box that setup Delaney Pruitt for a penalty kick attempt against Davis. Pruitt scored again seven minutes later to give Carroll a 2-0 lead.
The Pios attempted the next four shots, but came up empty before Viesturs score in the 27th minute. Lewis & Clark was the aggressor for much of the game and outshot Carroll, 21-13 in the game, holding a 6-3 edge in corner kicks.
- Julia Hager (1) and Sara Klott (2) took their first collegiate shots
- Giana Losson took a team-high five shots, while Saucedo and Becca McCullough had the most shots on goal, two apiece, for the Pios
- Carroll had more saves than Lewis & Clark at 11-8, while the Pios racked up 13 fouls to Carroll's seven
Lewis & Clark plays host to Fontbonne on Sunday, the second of four straight non-conference home games to start the year.