Three goals by the GPAC's leading scorer was the difference in Dakota Wesleyan's 3-0 win over the Dordt Defenders win women's soccer play on Wednesday, October 1 in Sioux Center.<p>Dordt controlled play for most of the first 70 minutes and outshot the visitors overall 18-9 and on goal 14-6. <p>Johnson broke through for a goal in the 78th minute and then followed in rapid succession with goals in the 85th and 89th minutes to seal the win. Johnson now has 22 goals this season.<p>Dordt's Natalie Sakuma put five shots on frame but couldn't get one by Wesleyan's keeper Cici Schneider. Renee Ewald had three shots on goal for the Defenders and Allison Lammers and Marissa Le Duc each had two.<p>Deianira Felts made three saves in goal for Dordt while Schneider had 14 saves for the visitors who are now 6-4 overall and 2-0 in the league. Dordt is 5-3 overall and 0-2 in GPAC play. Dordt will face Concordia on Saturday, October 4 in its next outing in Sioux Center.