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Tulsa Women's Soccer Team Hosts North Texas on Friday

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Oct. 17, 2013

Tulsa, Oklahoma -

Tulsa returns home after a three-game road swing to host North Texas on Friday, Oct. 18th beginning at 7:00 pm at the Hurricane Soccer and Track Stadium. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the north ticket gate, while all youth (under 8th grade) wearing a soccer jersey get in free. The game is also the women's soccer "Socc"toberfest, so the first 50 fans will receive a voucher for a free bratwurst from the concession stand.

Fans can watch the live stream of the Tulsa-North Texas game here.

 

 

TU ranks among the nation's top-60 in four categories, including 11th in shutout percentage (.643), 16th in goals-against average (.557), 26th in saves percentage (.852) and 60th in won-lost-tied percentage (.679). The Golden Hurricane has 20 goals and 20 assists for 60 points, while its opponents have had eight goals and 10 assists for 26 points.

Bradi Hinch has tallied six goals, Camille Pelley and Claire Nicholson have scored three goals, and Caitlin Jancuska has recorded two goals on the year. Hayley Harryman has played the majority of minutes in goal, totaling 45 saves and eight shutouts this season.

North Texas has a 9-5-1 overall record and a 3-2-1 mark in Conference USA. UNT is led by Rachel Holden who has 11 goals, while Kelsey Hodges has five goals, and Amber Haggerty and Vanessa Ibewuike each have tallied four goals. A trio of players have logged time in goal for the Mean Green this season, but Haley Riley has seen the most playing time. She has 37 saves and six shutouts on the year.

This will be the sixth meeting between TU and UNT, but the first meeting since 2002 when the Mean Green captured a 3-0 win in Denton, Texas.

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