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North Texas loses third in a row

Published 9/19/2011 5:49:37 AM by staff from dallas
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After a torrid start where the North Texas womens soccer team won five in a row, the team has now lost three straight.  The competition has gotten better and with have come the losses.  All three matches were on the road as well.

The road trip began with a loss to Baylor in Waco.   The 2-0 defeat was the first time UNT had been shut out all season.  The Baylor depth showed as they scored two second half goals while North Texas was a little this sitting three players due to injury.

On the weekend, UNT traveled to Albuquerque for the New Mexico Classic and lost a pair of games to California sides.  The opening match was a tough 2-1 loss to UC Riverside in overtime.  Both regulation goals came in the opening half and within a minute of each other.  UNT grabbed the lead in the 36th when Kelsey Petty scored her first career goal, but UCR answered just a minute later.  UCR would win it in the 97th minute.

The third loss in a row would come on Sunday against Cal State Fullerton as they smashed North Texas 4-1 in dominating fashion after a tight opening 25 minutes. 

"This one is on me," said North Texas head coach John Hedlund. "The game was scoreless with 20 minutes to play in the first half, and I went crazy with the subs. I wanted to answer all of the question marks on my roster, with this being our last game before Sun Belt play."

Kelsey Hodges notched the lone goal for UNT while Ann Marie Tangora recorded a hat trick for Fullerton.
 


Label: North Texas womens soccer, UNT losing streak, Kelsey Petty
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