SAN ANTONIO- Entering Monday night’s non-conference tilt between UMHB women’s soccer and Trinity (TX), the Crusaders were winless in eight previous matches against the Tigers.
Friday night’s match was the first of three contests set to be played over a four-day span for the UMHB women’s soccer team. It is a portion of the slate that will certainly test The Cru’s stamina and depth.
UMHB women’s soccer pulled out a 1-0 victory over Ohio Northern on Saturday night in its home opener, moving to 3-0 on the season. Check out Russell Marwitz’s field-level photos from the match!
Both the UMHB men’s and women’s soccer teams began their 2023 regular seasons outside of Texas. And they both returned back home to Belton with a pair of quality results in tow.
In a match that saw its start time pushed up 15 minutes due to unseasonably warm temperatures in the upper midwest on Sunday, the 25th-ranked UMHB women’s soccer team’s offensive attack did not cool off.
In her UMHB debut, Jayme Dowell provided the scoring difference, lifting the Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s soccer team to a season-opening 1-0 victory over UW-Whitewater.
After claiming the first ASC Tournament title in program history, the UMHB women’s soccer team enters the 2023 season as the favorite to win the conference championship,
Allie Angell won’t have to go far to begin her college career, as she joins the UMHB women’s soccer program after starring for Belton High School in one of the Tigers’ most successful seasons to date.
The UMHB women’s soccer team found itself ranked No. 25 when the United Soccer Coaches released their Preseason Top 25 earlier this week.
The defending ASC champions released their 2023 schedule on Monday morning, headlined by a trip to Minnesota to open the season, and a home contest against 2022 NCAA Tournament qualifier Ohio Northern.