Horned Frogs and Utes to battle on senior night
Oct. 26, 2007
FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU soccer program will close out its home season on Friday with a match against Mountain West foe Utah. Start time for the contest against the Utes is set for 7 p.m. at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.
Last Thursday, Utah (10-2-4) opened conference play, upending Air Force, 2-1, in overtime. The Utes closed out the weekend with a 0-0 tie against New Mexico. The match against the Lobos marked the seventh overtime contest this fall for Utah.
Scouting TCU (7-9-0)
On offense, Jackie Torda leads the Horned Frog attack, connecting on nine goals, while also tallying three assists. Sophomore Michelle Nguyen has had a solid sophomore campaign, netting five goals and four assists.
Scouting UTAH (10-2-4)
Overall, Utah has held an opponent off the scoreboard in six matches this fall. The Utes, who will bring a No 22 Soccer Buzz ranking into Friday's contest, are 2-0-2 in Mountain West play.
The Utes are led on offense by Adele Letro, who has netted 16 goals on the year and currently ranks No. 3 in the nation in goals per game (1.07). She also ranks No. 5 in the nation in points per game (2.33).
Friday's match against Utah will mark the fourth meeting between the two conference schools. The Utes lead the series 2-1-0.
Last season, Utah upended TCU 4-0 last fall in Salt Lake City.
TCU holds a 1-0-0 lead at home against Utah. The Horned Frogs won 2-1 over the Utes in 1997.
Follow The Horned Frogs
All regular season home contests were broadcast live via webstreaming on gofrogs.com this fall.
Seniors Last Stand
Finally, this group of seniors has collected a total of 40 wins from 2003 to 2007, including a 7-9-0 mark this fall, which marks the best record since 2003.
Nickens Finishes Up Long Career
TCU In The Mountain West
As a team, TCU ranks third in the MWC in goals (5), first in shots (75) and fifth in assists (3). On defense, TCU is currently second in saves (27).
Inching Closer to Record Books