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Soccer vs. Kansas

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Texas A&M soccer enters the game as the fourth ranked team in the nation with a 9-0-0 record.

Fourth ranked Texas A&M women’s soccer defeated Kansas University 3-0 at Elli Field on Sept. 16. Texas A&M improved to 10-0-0 on the season, setting a new program record for best start.

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  • Sophomore Jimena Lopez played for 50 minutes during the Aggies’ victory over Kansas University.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Sophomore Jordan Hill logged one assist against Kansas University.

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  • Junior Ally Watt fights for the ball against a Kansas defender.

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  • Sophomore Addie McCain scored on her only shot of the game from 22 yards out.

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  • Senior Emily Bates came off the bench to play for 35 minutes against Kansas.

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  • Redshirt Freshman Abby Grace Cooper scored the Aggies’ first goal of the game. She logged two shots during her 12 minutes of play.

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  • Texas A&M defeated Kansas University 3-0 at Ellis Field on Sept. 16.

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  • Senior Brittany Crabtree fights for the ball during the Aggies’ victory over Kansas University.

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  • Senior Cosette Morsche logged a clean sheet against Kansas with two saves.

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  • Junior Briana Alston is greeted by the Members of the Crops of Cadets a she runs out onto the field after halftime.

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  • Kansas University’s Katie McClure had four shots and two fell on goal during their game against Texas A&M.  

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  • Kansas University’s Eva Eliasdottir pressures the ball.

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  • Addisyn Merrick of Kansas University received a yellow card early in the second half.

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  • Freshman Grace Piper had two shots during her 63 minutes of play time.

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  • Freshman Asdis Halldorsdottir assisted once and had two shots against Kansas.

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  • Kansas’ goalkeeper Sarah Peters had four saves against the Aggies but let in three goals.

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  • Senior Katie Hajdu puts defensive pressure on a Kansas defender.

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  • Freshman Tera Ziemer was one of three Aggies to play the entire 90 minute game.

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  • The Aggies’ fans celebrate a goal by shooting confetti into the air.

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  • Sophomore Rheagen Smith fights a Kansas Defender for the ball.

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  • Texas A&M University continues their undefeated streak as they improve to 10-0-0 on the season, a program record.

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  • Fans saw ’em off after the Aggies defeat Kansas University 3-0.

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  • The Aggies return to Ellis Field on Sept. 23 where they will take on SEC rival Georgia University.

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