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SMU seeks victory against UNT at Westcott

eam still seeking first win before C-USA play begins

Coming off a pair of tough losses at Oral Roberts (0-1) and No. 21 Oklahoma State (0-4), the women’s soccer team returns home this weekend for its home opener against metroplex rival University of North Texas.

The Mustangs are 18-5 all time in season home openers, outscoring their opponents by an average of 3.61 goals to 1.09. Against UNT, SMU carries a 10-3-3 record into Friday’s matchup with the Mean Green.

In the team’s first two games, players from each level have combined to take the majority of shots – senior defender Kim Peabody (2), junior midfielder Leslie Briggs (5), sophomore forward Logan May (4) and freshman forward Shelby Hartweck (3).

An Alumni game will take place at 6 p.m. on the field featuring SMU women’s soccer alumnae, who will also be honored at halftime.

Kickoff against the UNT Mean Green is set for 8 p.m. Friday at Westcott Field.

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