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Longhorns soccer team tops Incarnate Word in exhibition

Posted August 11th, 2017

Story highlights
  • Texas dominates in exhibition match
  • Cyera Hintzen and Katie Glenn each score for Longhorns
  • Texas opens season Friday against Rice

The Texas Longhorns soccer team scored twice on their way to shutting out Incarnate Word 2-0 in an exhibition match at Myers Stadium Friday night.

Cyera Hintzen and Katie Glenn each found the back of the net for Texas.

Texas took 30 shots while Incarnate Word only managed to eight on the night. The Longhorns put the ball on frame on 12 of those shots.


“What we were focusing on was cohesion and mentality, and I think that we definitely pounded that home with this group as a unit,” said head coach Angela Kelly. “There’s a lot more fight in us, which we’ve been working on bringing out.”

Hintzen, named preseason All-Big 12, finally broke through for Texas as she scored in the 76th minute to give Texas the lead.

Glenn scored ten minutes later to seal the win for Texas.

Goalkeeper Nicole Curry made three saves for Texas.

Despite not gaining the lead until the second half, the Longhorns dominated in scoring opportunities. They had a 12-3 advantage in corner kicks in addition to outshooting the Cardinals. Texas hit the post three times, including twice before the sixteen-minute mark. They also had two would-be goals cleared off the line by the Cardinals’ defense.

The Longhorns will start the season Friday as they host Rice at 7 p.m. at Myers Stadium.