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Huskies Travel to SMU, Houston

Oct. 5, 2016

Game Info

UConn at SMU

UConn at Houston

Date & Time

Thursday, Oct. 6 | 8 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 9 | 2 p.m.


Westcott Field

Carl Lewis Complex


Dallas, Texas

Houston, Texas

Live Stats

Sidearm Stats

Game Tracker


PonyUp TV

Houston All-Access


STORRS, Conn. – After starting out 2-0 in conference play, the No. 21 UConn women’s soccer team heads to Texas for its first conference road trip of the season to take on SMU and Houston.

The Huskies are riding a five-game win streak, after opening their American Athletic Conference schedule with back-to-back wins over Tulsa and Memphis. UConn has recorded four goals in each of its last three victories, outscoring opponents 12-4.

1. Stephanie Ribeiro – 32 points (12g, 8a)
2. Rachel Hill – 24 points (10g, 4a)
3. Maddie Damm – 4 points (1g, 2a) 

Seniors Stephanie Ribeiro (Pawtucket, R.I.) and Rachel Hill (Rollinsford, N.H.) stole the show last weekend, claiming responsibility for all eight UConn goals, four each. Ribeiro, the AAC Offensive Player of the Week, is now tied for first in the nation with 12 goals this season and she leads the country with seven game-winning goals. 

Record: 8-3, 2-0 AAC
The Series: 4-0-0, UConn leads
Last Time Out: Oct. 25, 2015 | Storrs, Conn. | UConn wins 2-1

The Mustangs are also off to a 2-0 start in AAC games, claiming consecutive wins on the road against USF and UCF. SMU opened conference play with an unusual 1-0 win against No. 23, previously No. 15, USF, where SMU scored the game-winning goal 45 seconds into the match.

1. Allie Thornton – 21 points (9g, 3a)
2. Vanessa Valadez – 18 points (6g, 6a)
3. Blair Thorpe – 10 points (3g, 4a)
    Hannah Fleet – 10 points (3g, 4a)
    Haley Thompson – 10 points (3g, 4a)

Most recently, SMU came back after being down 1-0 to UCF to tie the game 1-1 going into halftime and then two goals in the final 10 minutes put the Mustangs on top 3-1 against the Knights.

Record: 5-3-1, 0-2 AAC
The Series: 2-0-1, UConn leads
Last Time Out: Oct. 22, 2015 | Storrs, Conn. | UConn wins 1-0

Houston is searching for its first conference victory after starting off 0-2 in AAC play with losses to UCF and USF. After suffering a 4-0 loss to UCF in its conference opener, Houston kept it close against USF with a second half goal to cut the score to 2-1 Sunday.

1. Desiree Bowen – 10 points (5g)
2. Hannah Dauzat – 9 points (4g, 1a)
    Selena Peters – 9 points (3g, 3a)

The Cougars will host a conference match-up with Temple on Oct. 6 prior to welcoming the Huskies on Oct. 9.


The Huskies return home to Joseph J. Morrone Stadium for a two-game home stand against Florida opponents, UCF and No. 23 USF, beginning with the Knights on Thursday, Oct. 13.