Ashlyn Harris is having a season.

The Pride goalkeeper continued her dominance in net, recording her fifth straight penalty kick save in Orlando’s 2-0 loss to OL Reign on Saturday. Harris denied Jess Fishlock to preserve her perfect regular-season PK record.

The Pride veteran notched a staggering ten total saves on Saturday night, helping Orlando to hang tough for the full 90 minutes.

Following the match, Harris spoke about leading the team after Marc Skinner stepped down from his position as Pride head coach earlier this week. Skinner is expected to replace Casey Stoney as manager at Manchester United.

“These kids do not deserve what they were handed this week… What’s done is done. The team moves on, the team moves forward. We have the same goal in mind,” Harris told Julia Poe of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Pride will look to course correct in their July 31 matchup against the North Carolina Courage.