That's all the Ardrey Kell girls' soccer team has given up in 19 games this year.
When you ask the team members how they've managed to give up so few, they don't instantly point to the defense. It's about the whole team.
"The whole team defends," said defender Nicole Steyl, who will play at Appalachian State next year. "We all defend together, as a whole."
The Knights are 19-0 this season, in first place in the Southwestern 4A conference and trying to make their third state-championship game in four years. Even though the team has given up so few goals, coach Jeff Mercado said, they have done very little work on defense in practice.
"I've been surprised by how little we've actually trained defensively," he said. "We train very little defensively now and we just train to keep the ball longer. That's our best defense."
The Knights focus on possession: If they have the ball, the other team can't score.
"This year's focus has been on keeping the ball so that we don't have to defend, and that has been the key factor," said Mercado. "We've given up fewer goals, far fewer shots."
The seniors remember exactly how the goals happened. The first was an error, an own goal when the Knights were playing Sun Valley. The second was on a set throw-in play by Butler that put the Knights down 1-0 before they came back to win 2-1.
"Once we did get scored on, we know how to come back now," said Caroline Bullock, a senior forward. "It was kind of eye-opening, because it hadn't happened to us yet, so it's good that we've already experienced it."
More and longer possessions have also led to more goals. The Knights have scored 64 this season, averaging more than three a game.
The Knights also have experience. Most of the nine seniors - Emilie Lloyd, Emilee Engelhaupt, Lindsay Cooper, Kaitlyn Johnson, Brittany Stanford, Liska Dobberstein, Kaitlin Hoffman, Steyl and Bullock - have been playing on varsity since freshman year, and some have even been playing together since they were 8 at the YMCA.
As freshman, the group led the Knights to the state championship game, where they lost to Leesville Road (Raleigh) 3-0. Six of the freshman started that game; five started as sophomores the next year when Ardrey Kell lost in the state championship again to Leesville Road, this time on penalty kicks.
The seniors said this year reminds them of that sophomore year, when the Knights went undefeated in the regular season and gave up only three goals.
Mercado sees it differently.
"We're a more complete team than we were that year," said Mercado, adding the earlier team had more "super stars" and a few role players. "This year we just have a better balance and a better depth."
The seniors also have developed a bond off the field, which has helped them this year. They finish each other's thoughts and sentences and laugh and joke with each other. They're comfortable with each other, which pays off on the field.
"In the women's game, they play the game to play with each other and develop relationships, and they also think about how the game should look," said Mercado. "Because they've been together for so long they're good friends."
This year has been different than their junior year, when Ardrey Kell had no seniors and struggled to a 11-7-1 finish.
Dobberstein, the Knight's main scorer who will play at Clemson next year, was injured that year and didn't play a full season. This year, she's been a big part of the Ardrey Kell offense. "She's our goal scorer," said Mercado. "I think everyone knows, and she still scores goals."
Engelhaupt has been the starting center midfielder at Ardrey Kell since her freshman year and will play at East Tennessee State next year. "She is so helpful defensively for us because she is our primary person that helps us keep balls," said Mercado. "She's probably our most important position player."
Steyl started as a freshman in the state championship game and is the Knights' key defender. "She is probably one of the most aggressive and toughest kids that you'll ever see to be as technically good as she is," said Mercado.
With those three, the seniors hope Ardrey Kell will finally win its first state championship, as they have been to the final twice.
"For a few of us it's our last time playing soccer so it means a lot," said Stanford. "Every time we come out here and play in the playoffs it could be our last time."
When asked what it would mean for them to win the state championship this year, all nine answered at the same time: "Everything."