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Soccer vs. Colorado College

Photo by Photo by Meredith Seaver

Senior Yell Leaders Connor Joseph, Gavin Suel, and Blake Jones whoop after the introductions of each Aggie soccer player.

The Aggies came back after falling behind early in the second half after lightning delay. Texas A&M beat Colorado College with a final score of 2-1. For only the third time in program history the Texas A&M Women’s Soccer Team is 7-0-0 and the first time since 1997. The Aggies take Ellis Field again on Sunday, Sept. 9 at 6 p.m.
Photos by Meredith Seaver

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  • Senior defender Kendall Ritchie attempts a corner kick for Texas A&M.

  • Senior Yell Leader Connor Joseph leads the crowd in Farmers Fight.

  • Junior forward Ally Watt assisted in the Aggies first goal scored and had one shot on goal.

  • Colorado College goalkeeper watches as an Aggie shot goes wide of the goal.

  • Freshman forward Ásdís Halldórsdóttir scored the first goal for the Aggies at 59:15

  • Senior goalkeeper Cosette Morché had two saves against the Tigers.

  • Sophomore forward Rheagen Smith scored the go-ahead goal for Texas A&M with 20 minutes left in the game.

  • Sophomore midfielder Addie McCain finished the game with two shots and two shots on goal.

  • Junior midfielder Cienna Arrieta dodges Colorado College defenders as she approaches the goal.

  • Junior forward Ally Watt had four shots on goal against the Tigers.

  • Junior forward Ally Watt kicks the ball past two Tiger defenders.

  • Sophomore Rheagen Smith gets tangled up with Camille Weaver of Colorado College in an effort to move the ball.

  • Colorado College goalkeeper Jade Odom made five saves while playing the Aggies.

  • A referee hands a yellow card to Madeline Stesney of Colorado College with less than a minute to go in the game. Just a minute earlier, Tiger Head Coach Geoff Bennett was also given a yellow card.

  • Senior defender Kendall Ritchie sends a free kick toward the goal for the Aggies.

  • Texas A&M Head Coach G Guerrieri shakes hands with each of the Colorado College soccer players after the game.

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