UTSA soccer concludes its season with a final match at Park West and then heads to Rice for the regular season finale.


UTSA soccer concludes its season with a final match at Park West and then heads to Rice for the regular season finale.

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San Antonio, TX – The UTSA soccer team wrapped up its final two home games of the season, going head-to-head against American Athletic Conference (AAC) opponents. In a weekend that showcased their resilience, the Roadrunners played out a goalless draw against Florida Atlantic (FAU) and fell short with a 1-0 loss to South Florida (USF).

The showdown against FAU, on Thursday, ended in a 0-0 stalemate as both teams fought fiercely but failed to break the deadlock. Although the Roadrunners had a substantial share of opportunities, including 11 set pieces, they couldn’t capitalize and put the ball past FAU’s goalkeeper.

South Florida, on the other hand, proved to be a formidable adversary. In a closely contested match, the Bulls seized a chance from a free shot. Vivianne Bassette, a skillful defender, launched the ball towards the goal, and Madison Schwartzenberger was right there to secure a vital goal for South Florida. The ball found its way to the bottom left corner of the net, sealing a 1-0 win for USF.

Despite their determined efforts, UTSA’s Jordan Walker couldn’t extend her streak of scoring for the third consecutive game against FAU. She took six shots during the match, but the ball eluded the net each time, leaving the Roadrunners without a goal.

The Roadrunners’ transition to the AAC has presented new challenges, with their home game success rate dropping from 78% at Park West Athletics Complex in their final year in Conference USA (C-USA) to 50% in the AAC. After winning the C-USA championship the previous year, this season’s performance saw them taking a step back in the conference standings.

As the regular season comes to a close, UTSA soccer is gearing up for their final challenge before the AAC Championships next week. They will face Rice in what promises to be a competitive showdown. The match against the Owls is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday at Wendel D. Ley Track & Holloway Field.

With the regular season behind them, the Roadrunners will be eager to make a strong showing in the upcoming AAC Championships, aiming to leave their mark on their inaugural season in the AAC.




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