Thorhildur Thorhallsdottir was difficult to stop on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Hofstra)

Freshman Thorhildur Thorhallsdottir scored two goals and the Hofstra University defense limited UAlbany to one shot on goal as the Pride came away with a 3-0 victory Sunday afternoon at Hofstra Soccer Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y.

Hofstra remained unbeaten at 2-0-1, while the Great Danes dropped to 0-4.

The winners 7-0 all-time versus UAlbany and are 25-1-2 at home since the 2019 season.

The Pride struck in the ninth minute when an Albany defender headed in a Hofstra corner kick for an own goal.

In the second half, the Pride wasted little time in the second half as Thorhallsdottir headed a cross from Margaret Peterson past goalkeeper Megan Hart only 2:22 in to make it a 2-0 game.

The Icelandic midfielder connected on her second of the game five minutes later when she sent a short corner to Krista Agostinello, who returned the pass at the top of the box. That allowed Thorhallsdottir to send a rocket into the upper left corner to close out the scoring.

The Great Danes had one good shot to get on the scoreboard, but Hofstra keeper Skylar Kuzmich made a lunging save to knock Sahara Zingaino’s shot over the crossbar in the second half.

Hart finished with two saves in 64:38. Gabriella Terranova played the final 25:22 and did not allow a goal or make a save.

Hofstra returns to action at Fordham University on Thursday at 7 p.m.