Sights set on Bearkats
Coming off a win against TCU, the Mustangs are ready to roll on Monday against Sam Houston State. After beating TCU 2-0 on Thursday, SMU stands 4-3 ready to square off against Sam Houston State Monday night at
With their next two games at home, the Mustangs hope to put together a nice little streak, heading into conference play. Sitting at 199 at-home wins, the team hopes to reach the double century mark with the game against Sam Houston.
SMU holds a winning record against all 15 Texas teams, with an all-time record of 117-25-11. The Lady Mustangs have an all-time record of 4-0 against the Bearkats (2-1-1).
The last time these two teams faced off was in 2007 when SMU cruised to a 4-0 victory. In that meeting, SMU was successful both offensively and defensively, only giving Sam Houston one shot on goal and not allowing for any corner kicks all game.
Shelby Redman leads the Mustangs and the American Athletic Conference (26th NCAA) in goals scored.
The Mustangs is ranked first in the American Athletic Conference in scoring. The high-powered offense scored 12 goals in their first three games- the most in an opening three game span since 2003 for SMU.
With conference play on the horizon, SMU looks to use the at-home games against Sam Houston (Monday) and DePaul (Thursday) this week to build momentum for conference play starting against UConn Sept. 26.
Monday’s match against the Bearkats is set to kick off at 7 p.m. at Westcott field.