Friday's Houston-Rice Soccer Exhibition Cancelled
Aug. 16, 2013
HOUSTON-RICE SOCCER EXHIBITION GAME CANCELLED ON FRIDAY
Friday's scheduled exhibition game featuring Houston at Rice has been cancelled due to heavy storms in the Houston area. The game will not be made up. Continue to follow Houston Soccer on Twitter @UHCougarSoccer or on Facebook /HoustonCougarSoccer during preseason training.
Houston Soccer to Play Exhibition Game at Rice - Friday at 7 pm
Houston Soccer will gear up for its final preseason exhibition game of 2013 at Rice on Friday at 7 pm. The Cougars are coming off a 1-0 win on the road at Northwestern State last week in their first preseason game.
Friday's contest at Rice will wrap up preseason play for Houston as it is set to begin the official 2013 season next Friday on the road at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for a slated 4 pm game.
Senior Jasmine Martinez notched Houston's lone goal, assisted by junior Alexis Weaver last week at Northwestern State. The duo was accompanied by a shutout perfomance in the net by senior goal keeper Cami Koski.
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Houston Soccer Welcomes Three Division I Transfers to 2013 Team
With the 2013 Houston Soccer season just one week away, the Cougars and second-year head coach Chris Pfau have announced the addition of three Division I college transfers to this year’s squad as Courtney Dudley (Colorado), Lexa Green (Akron) and Sydnie Green (Missouri) join and are all eligible to compete this year for Houston.
Coski, Cook, Martinez Honored by CollegeSportsMadness.com
University of Houston Soccer seniors Cami Koski (First Team), Kylie Cook(Second Team) and Jasmine Martinez (Second Team) were honored on CollegeSportsMadness.com’s Preseason All-Conference squads, announced earlier this week.
EXHIBITION GAME: UH 1, Northwestern St. 0 (Aug. 11, 2013) | BOX SCORE
The goal came after just three minutes and 17 seconds passed in the game and it proved to be enough as the Houston defense was solid, holding the Lady Demons to just six total shots.
Houston tallied 15 shots, including 10 in the second period. The Cougars were led by Martinez and junior Kelsey Zamora with three shots each, while Weaver, junior Kayla Walker and senior Natalie Juncos added two apiece.
Senior goal keeper Cami Koski played all 90 minutes, notching the shutout with four saves.