In an in depth match on Sunday, Aug. 28, the Wildcats misplaced within the closing moments in opposition to the undefeated Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners.
The Roadrunners managed the match early on. It solely took till the seventh minute of sport time for Kiran Singh to place the ball into the online from a nook kick. Taking a 1-0 lead, the Roadrunners saved the strain on the Wildcats with a shot benefit of 7-2 after the half.
Regardless that the primary half belonged to the Roadrunners, the Wildcats made the second half extra aggressive.
Within the 58th minute of the sport, redshirt junior midfielder Caylee Thornhill took the ball down the sector, discovering senior ahead Kyler Goins for the game-tying objective, the primary objective the Roadrunners allowed all season.
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The half stayed balanced because the Roadrunners held a small shot benefit of 8-6. The match was resulting in a tie till the 88th minute. Roadrunner Sasjah Dade was assisted on the game-winning objective from the primary objective scorer of the sport, Singh, securing a 2-1 victory over the Wildcats.
The Wildcats end the primary month of the season with a 1-2-1 document. They appear to set themselves again to an excellent document on Thursday, Sept. 1 in opposition to 0-3 Weber State in Ogden, Utah in a battle between Wildcats.
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