Sept. 22, 2010
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SMU Mustangs (5-2-2) at Houston Cougars (5-2-1)
September 24 - 7 p.m.
Robertson Stadium - Houston, Texas
SMU Mustangs (5-2-2) at Rice Owls (3-5-0)
September 26 - 1 p.m.
Rice Soccer Stadium - Houston, Texas
SMU vs. HOUSTON
SMU opens conference play against Houston Sept. 24. The Mustangs are 9-0-1 against the Cougars all-time. The teams last met Oct. 4, 2009, playing to a 1-1 draw. Allegra Nigh scored her first career goal to earn the tie for SMU.
SMU vs. RICE
SMU holds an 11-2-0 all-time mark against Rice. The teams last squared off Oct. 2, 2009, when the Mustangs defeated the Owls 1-0. Mallory Baum netted her first collegiate goal to pick up the win for the Mustangs. Goalkeeper Courtney Webb made five saves to earn the shutout.
MUSTANGS MATCH ST. MARY'S
SMU tied St. Mary's 1-1 Sunday afternoon at Westcott Field. Junior Logan May netted SMU's goal in the 65th minute when she fired a shot from 15 yards out. The goal was May's third of the season and third in as many games.
ON CLOUD NINE
Through nine games this season, nine different Mustangs have found the back of the net for SMU.
DUEL IN DENTON
SMU beat North Texas 3-2 in overtime Sept. 17. The Mustangs twice rebounded from one goal deficits to grab the win. Ryanne Lewis and Shelby Hartweck scored in regulation for the Mustangs, and May tallied the game-winner. The goals by Lewis and Hartweck were their first of the season. May's goal was her second of the season and second consecutive game-winner. With the win, SMU gave North Texas its first home loss of the season.
MUSTANGS TRIP UP NEW MEXICO
SMU defeated New Mexico 1-0 Sept. 12, handing the Lobos their first loss of the season. May headed in the game-winner in the 78th minute off a cross from Lauren Shepherd. It was May's first goal of the season.
NO GOAL FOR YOU!
Junior Courtney Webb picked up her fourth shutout of the year Sept. 12 against New Mexico. Through nine games this season, Webb is 5-2-2 with a 0.84 goals-against average.
AT HOME ON THE HILLTOP
The Mustangs are taking full advantage when playing on their home turf, posting a 4-1-1 record at Westcott Field in 2010. SMU has outscored its opponents 9-4 and recorded three shutouts in the six contests on the Hilltop.
OKLAHOMA STATE OUSTS
The Mustangs fell, 2-1, to No. 14 Oklahoma State Sept. 10 at Westcott Field. Kenzie Scovill scored her first goal of the season for the Mustangs. SMU had multiple chances to tie the game, but the Cowgirl defense denied the Pony comeback.
The Mustangs head to the east coast to continue Conference USA play. SMU meets East Carolina Oct. 1 at 3 p.m., before facing Marshall Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. The Pirates are 5-3-0 on the season, while the Thundering Herd hold a 2-3-2 mark.