Soccer

Team preparing for final nonconference games of season

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The Texas State soccer team enters its final two nonconference games of the season against Prairie View A&M and Texas following a two-game losing streak.

Coach Kat Conner views the teams matchup with Prairie View A&M as a chance to rebound before conference play.

The Bobcats are undefeated in their series against the Panthers. Prairie View A&M has not scored a goal against the Bobcats in their seven all-time meetings. Last season, Texas State won 5-0 at home.

“We are mainly looking at this game as an opportunity of getting back on track and winning,” Conner said. “We want to better our offense and be more composed in front of the net so that we can finish our chances.”

Team loses home games against UTSA, TCU

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The score was tied 1-1 with less than two minutes remaining in the second half. UTSA controlled possession of the ball for most of the first half, but the Bobcats were attacking and pressuring the ball in the second half.

In the 88th minute, UTSA scored a goal and celebrated what seemed to be the game-winning shot. The players collapsed on the field in a pile as the Bobcats looked on.

Twenty seconds later, the Bobcats responded when Ali Jones, sophomore midfielder, scored a goal assisted by Tori Hale, senior forward, to send the game into overtime. Hale is now one assist away from tying the school record.

UTSA sealed the game with a goal in the second minute of overtime after 90 minutes of back-and-forth play.

Bobcats lose to UTSA in overtime

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The Texas State soccer team lost their second game of the season against the UTSA Roadrunners, 3-2, in overtime.

The Bobcats scored in the first half after Madi O'Neal's, sophomore midfielder, shot was deflected off a UTSA defender into the net.

The Roadrunners scored two goals in the second half, including a goal with two minutes left in regulation.

Ali Jones, sophomore midfielder, responded with the game tying goal with one minute remaining. The goal was assisted by Tori Hale, senior forward.

UTSA scored in the first two minutes of overtime to win the game.

The Bobcats are now 4-2-1 overall this season, with two consecutive losses at home.

Soccer loses first game of season

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The Texas State soccer team was handed their first loss of the season against Texas Christian University.

 

The Horned Frogs scored a goal in the 10th minute, which was Caitlynn Rinehart's, junior goalkeeper, second allowed goal of the season.

 

Soccer hosts TCU, UTSA over weekend

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The Texas State soccer team, off to its best start in school history, will put a four-game winning streak on the line Sept. 12 when the Bobcats host Texas Christian University.

The first time these schools met was in 1999, when TCU defeated the Bobcats 4-0. Since then the teams have met four more times with TCU leading the series 3-2.

Texas State is 1-1 at home against TCU and 1-2 on the road. The Bobcats’ last victory against the Horned Frogs occurred in 2010.

Soccer continues win streak against Lamar

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The Texas State soccer team extended its winning streak to four games with a 3-0 shutout against Lamar University.

The Bobcats are 4-0-1 through five games for the first time in Coach Kat Conner’s 16-year tenure with Texas State.

Kassi Hormuth, freshman forward, put the Bobcats ahead with a goal in the 13th minute. Hormuth has scored three goals in five games this season.

“Coming into the game we were just focused on getting another win,” Hormuth said. “It feels awesome to be off to this start.”

Soccer extends winning streak to four games

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The Texas State soccer team extended their winning streak to four games as they shutout Lamar, 3-0. The Bobcats are 5-0-1 all-time against Lamar and have only allowed one goal.
 
Kassi Hormuth, freshman forward, scored her second career goal in the 13th minute along with four shots on goal.
 
Landry Lowe, junior midfielder, and Lauren Prater, sophomore forward, scored their first goals of the season.  
 
Caitlyn Rinehart, junior goalkeeper, had five saves for the night and played the entire 90 minutes.
 
The Bobcats' next game will be against TCU Sept., 12

Texas State prepares to face Lamar Cardinals

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The Texas State soccer team’s three-game winning streak will be on the line when it travels Sept. 5 to play against the Lamar Cardinals.

The Bobcats have met with the Cardinals five times prior to Friday’s match, leading the series with a 3-0-1 record. Texas State won 2-0 in their previous meeting in 2011.

The Bobcats are coming off of back-to-back home victories this past weekend against Texas A&M at Corpus Christi and Northwestern State, while the Cardinals are coming off a home loss against North Texas.

This past weekend the Bobcats combined for 44 total shots, with 17 of them on goal.

Bobcats defeat Lady Demons in 3-0 shutout at home

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The Texas State soccer team posted a 3-0 shutout on Sunday against the Northwestern State Lady Demons, extending the season winning streak to three games.

The Bobcats defeated the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders Friday night, 2-0, in the first all-time meeting between the teams.

Texas State has allowed one goal in four games, with three shutouts.

“We talked to our players about coming out and regrouping and making sure that we had the same intensity we did on Friday night,” Coach Kat Conner said. “I thought they did a great job. They came out and scored in the first 40-seconds, that’s doing it. That’s being mentally checked in with the physical,  and I’m really proud of them on that.”

Soccer defeats Northwestern State, extends winning streak

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The Texas State soccer team defeated the Northwestern State Lady Demons, 3-0, in the team's 25th all-time meeting. The Bobcats are 15-8-3 against the Lady Demons.

Texas State extended their season winning streak to three games this season.

Tori Hale, senior forward, extended her streak to three consecutive games with a goal. Hale's goal in the first minute was assisted by Lynsey Curry, junior forward. Hale, in her first season transitioning from outside midfielder to forward, leads the team in goals, shots and shots on goal this season.

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