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GALLERY: Soccer vs. UNT

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Freshman midfielder Taylor Pounds takes control of the ball and looks to pass to her teammate. 

The No. 9 ranked Texas A&M soccer team opened their spring season against the University of North Texas at 3:30 p.m. at Ellis Field on Saturday, Feb. 20. The Aggies took down the Mean Green with a 1-0 win. The only goal of the game was scored by freshman midfielder Barbara Olivieri from 22 yards away.
The Aggies will hit the road for their next match which will take place on Saturday Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. in Waco against the Baylor Bears. 

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  • Sophomore goalkeeper Kenna Caldwell warms up for the game. 

  • Sophomore midfielder Kendall Bates crosses the ball down the field to keep UNT from gaining possession of the ball. 

  • Sophomore goalie Kenna Caldwell receives the ball from her teammate and clears the ball away from the goal. 

  • Junior defender Macie Kolb dribbles the ball around the UNT offense. 

  • Kendall Bates gains possession of the ball and works it down the field. 

  • The Aggies opened their spring season with a 1-0 win over UNT at Ellis Field. 

  • Sophomore defender Katie Smith challenges sophomore forward Allie Byrd for the ball. 

  • Sophomore Kendall Bates tries to keep sophomore forward Allie Byrd of UNT from scoring. 

  • Sophomores Katie Smith and Kendall Bates challenge UNT forward Allie Byrd for the ball as she dribbles towards the goal box. 

  • Junior defender Macie Kolb tries to win the ball back from senior forward Berklee Peters.

  • Freshman midfielder Kate Colvin dribbles around the UNT defense and looks to make her next move. 

  • Sophomore defender Katie Smith recovers the ball. 

  • Defender Kendall Bates dribbles the ball down the field. 

  • Freshman midfielder Kate Colvin looks to cross the ball to her teammates in the goal box. 

  • Sophomore midfielder Barbara Olivieri, a Thursday standout, crosses the ball to her teammates. 

  • Freshman midfielder Barbara Olivieri scored the only goal for the Aggies with a 22 yard penalty kick. 

  • Sophomore goalkeeper Kenna Caldwell jumps to save the ball from going in the net. 

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