After a loss to Baylor last week, the women’s soccer team is ready to put a win on the scoreboard Friday as it faces Louisiana Tech at the Bobcat Soccer Complex.
The contest is the first of six games in a row that will be played at Texas State. The Bobcats lost 2-1 to Louisiana Tech last year. This year should prove challenging, with the Bulldogs holding a 5-1-3 record this season.
“Our players are definitely coming out ready to avenge last year’s loss,” said Coach Kat Conner. “I think we are going to show them we can compete at that level.”
Bobcat soccer experienced its fourth loss against Baylor with a 2-0 outcome Friday in Waco. Texas State will continue the season against Lousiana Tech Friday, kicking off a six-game stretch at home. Star file photo.
The women’s soccer team suffered its fourth loss of the season, falling to the Baylor Bears 2-0 Friday in Waco.
After a well-fought victory Sept. 4 against Texas-El Paso, the Texas State women’s soccer team prepares for the first time since 2008 to challenge Baylor.
The teams tied in the last match, but Head Coach Kat Conner said she believes Baylor will be a much more difficult opponent this season.
Taylor Kelley, Junior, plays mid-forward for Texas State vs. TCU on Sep. 2 at Bobcat Soccer Complex. Photo by Lauren Carlton, Staff Photographer.
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By Hailey Forde
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By Hailey Forde
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