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  1. Yep. Also in typical Hedlund team fashion buries 6-7 goals vs 2nd to last place team, FIU. Last 10 mtgs 8-1-1 equating to 36 goals-for. Expecting long night for FIU this Friday. This win only keeps UNT in convo of making conference tournament. Nothing more. Looking ahead, couldn’t have picked a better last game match up other than Rice.GMG
  2. Definitely not a N. Texas soccer result. Not sure what that was exactly. Four conference games remain to regain composure.
  3. We would have looked more competitive with Klein, Okada (mid), Sheppard (def) but we always struggle against Big12 or Power teams. As echoe by Travis’ and previous post-season posts. Okada was on bench with lower leg injury. Sheppard had leg wrapped. These upper tier games are crucial for top 25 votes which come into play at season end. NCAA tournament seeding makes or breaks a post season run. For UNT, that first elusive win. We tend to have two playing styles. Play downhill against equal or lower tier teams equating to 30+ shots and many many wins. Upper tier game plan: flood midfield with players, one up top, hunker down on D, long ball counter attack, pray for set pcs/corner kicks, switch to 2-3 forwards last 15min. Not that this is a terrible way to go about things against stronger teams but we’ve had athleticism and talent on our side for the last 5-6 years if not longer. Would be nice to see these UNT players get a chance to go toe to toe. I honestly think we can can compete. Tufts, Drenowatz, Klein, Byrd can hold their own on offense. OU up next. They are a different team than last yr. Strong freshman recruiting class and equally impressive transfers. Level of game we go toe to toe! GMG!!
  4. Fuller had best seat in house for first clean sheet. Southern stats showed ZERO tally in all categories as if they didn’t play a game. Kudos to Southern keeper. Definitely up for the task against UNT’s offense. Hard to say how UNT play shapes rest of season with Southern game along with HBU coming up. ACU, who is more disciplined, presents better test leading into conference play. Forwards: Espinosa has nice energy but Drenowatz is player to watch (should be starting IMO). Plays downhill with patience, nose for goal, great ball striker. Not sure how Hedlund keeps her off the field early on. Front to back, she along with Tufts, Okada, DeFrain, Fuller solidify team’s ability to control play and hopefully first NCAA win. GMG!
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