Sept. 17, 2010
UTEP sophomore Tess Hall registered a hat trick to lead the Miners to their fifth-straight victory Friday night. SMU's Logan May tallied a game-winner in overtime as the Mustangs defeated North Texas, 3-2.
There are eight more matches on the schedule this weekend, starting Saturday as Rice hosts No. 10 BYU. This is the final weekend of the non-conference regular season and Conference USA play begins next Friday, Sept. 24.
Complete C-USA Standings and Results
Updated Statistics (with exception of UCF's late match)
Friday, September 17
Border Bash, El Paso, Texas
UTEP 6, Lamar 1
Arizona Tournament, Tucson, Ariz.
UCF 1, Arizona 1 (2OT)
SMU 3, North Texas 2 (OT)
TCU 3, (18) Memphis 0
Ole Miss 3, Southern Miss 0
Thursday, September 16
Colorado College 2, Northern Colorado 0
UNC-Wilmington 1, East Carolina 0
C-USA WOMEN'S SOCCER SHOOTING STARS
Colorado College extended its undefeated streak to five games (3-0-2) with a 2-0 shutout of in-state foe Northern Colorado Thursday night. Freshman MF Madison Whitehead (Highland Village, Texas) struck for the game-winner (and her first collegiate goal) early in the second half, one-timing Brittney Lyman's (Arvada, Colo.) crossing attempt from deep on the right side. Senior F Tiffany Brown (Sterling, Va.) added an insurance tally at the 67:22 mark for her team-best fourth goal of the season. Junior GK Caitlin Hulyo (Lititz, Pa.) finished with six saves while posting her fourth shutout of the season and 14th of her career.
UTEP sophomore MF Tess Hall (Anaheim, Calif.) registered a hat trick to lead the onslaught for the Miners in a 6-1 win over Lamar Friday. Junior Katie Dorman (El Paso, Texas) and sophomore Brittany Kindzierski (Edmonton, Alberta) also got in on the fun. Dorman tallied two goals and an assist, while Kindzierski had one goal.
SMU junior F Logan May (Coppell, Texas) netted the golden goal, her second consecutive game-winner, as the Mustangs defeated North Texas, 3-2, in overtime Friday. May scored in the 95th minute, while sophomore forwards Ryanne Lewis (Sachse, Texas) and Shelby Hartweck (Grapevine, Texas) scored in regulation.
Katie Jackson's (Satellite Beach, Fla.) first-half goal allowed UCF a 1-1 tie against host Arizona Friday at the Cats Classic Presented by Loews Ventana Canyon Resort. The Knights junior GK Aline Reis (Campinas, Brazil) finished with a season-high seven saves, highlighted by three in the first overtime session alone.
C-USA UPCOMING MATCHES
Saturday, September 18
(10) BYU at Rice 7:00p Sunday, September 19 Arizona Tournament, Tucson, Ariz.
UCF vs. (19) Arizona State - 11:30a
East Carolina at William & Mary - 1:00p
Northwestern State at Southern Miss - 1:00p
(13) Oklahoma St. at Colorado College - 2:00p
Saint Mary's (CA) at SMU - 2:00p Border Bash, El Paso, Texas
Alabama A&M at UTEP - 2:00p
Houston at UTSA - 7:00p
All Times Central.
More information on Friday's matches and your favorite teams can be found on the school websites:
Colorado College | East Carolina | Houston | Marshall | Memphis | Rice | SMU | Southern Miss | Tulsa | UAB | UCF | UTEP