Kansas State suffered a 0-4 loss to Texas on Thursday after a four-goal run within the final 27 minutes of regulation. The loss drops the Wildcat’s document to 4-7-2 on the season after going through a stout Longhorns offense.
Texas firmly held the time of possession for the primary 20 minutes of play. Capturing 9 pictures to Ok-State’s six, Texas performed aggressively, however Ok-State’s protection held agency, permitting no targets to be scored within the first half. This might mark the ninth time this season that the Wildcats have been capable of maintain an opponent scoreless going into half.
The second half began rapidly for the Longhorns, as they outshot Ok-State within the final 45 minutes of play 12 pictures to 2.
Within the 67th minute of play, Texas ahead Cameron Brooks scored a aim, hitting the underside proper of the online. This shifted momentum closely within the Longhorn’s favor as two extra targets could be scored inside the subsequent 5 minutes of play — the primary by defender Emily Jane Cox with an help by midfielder Ashlyn Miller and the second by Brooks, her second aim of the sport. Midfielder/ahead Jilly Shimkin would rating the fourth and ultimate aim of the evening for Texas, topping off a 4-0 victory over the Wildcats.
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Notable Wildcat performances included senior ahead Kyler Goins, who recorded 4 complete pictures and one shot on aim, and junior goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer, who ended the evening with six saves. This was the 18th time in her profession to have 5 or extra saves in a recreation.
Ok-State went into this matchup as an underdog and appears to enhance upon their document of their subsequent match towards Baylor on Sunday, Oct. 9, 12 p.m. in Waco, Texas.