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Texas A&M Soccer vs. San Diego

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Photo by Photo by Paul Burke

Junior Ally Watt scores the first goal of the game, occurring in the 5th minute.

On Aug. 26, the Texas A&M Soccer took on San Diego at Ellis Field.  With one goal in the first half and two goals in the second half, the Aggies beat San Diego 3-0.  The ninth ranked Aggies remain undefeated and produced the fourth straight shutout win.

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  • Junior Ally Watt jumps over a defender to avoid a collision.

  • Freshman Ásdís Halldórsdóttir, who’s hometown is Reykjavik, Iceland, had 2 shots on goal and played 53 minutes against San Diego.

  • Nationally ranked Texas A&M Soccer took on University of San Diego at Ellis Field.

  • Texas A&M’s Soccer fans, dubbed the “Maroon Militia” were there to support the 9th ranked Aggies.

  • Freshman Abby Cooper jogs onto Ellis field with the rest of the A&M team.

  • After beating Brigham Young University in their previous game, the undefeated Aggies make their way onto the field to face San Diego.

  • The starting 11 make their way onto the field.

  • Junior Ally Watt fights for the ball against a San Diego player in the first half.

  • Freshman Kendall Bates hugs Ally Watt after Watt scored the first goal of the game.

  • Sophomore Jordan Hill had one shot on goal against San Diego.

  • Freshman Kendall Bates passes the ball up field.

  • Junior Ally Watt battles for the ball as she moves up field during the second half.

  • Senior Kendall Ritchie, shown here attempting a corner kick, scored the third goal of the game in the 87th minute.

  • Associate Head Coach Phil Stephenson discusses with the referee after the Aggies got a yellow card.

  • Junior Cienna Arrieta receives a pass at midfield as the Aggies wrap up the first half.

  • Freshman Macie Kolb attempted two shots against San Diego.

  • Sophomore Jimena Lopez throws the ball into a teammate as the Aggies move down the field.

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