Lubbock, Texas – Powered by a pair of goals Charlotte Teeter And Ashley WilliamsTexas Tech got 100Th beat Fresno State, 2-0, Friday night at the John Walker Soccer Complex.
The Red Raiders (4-2-3) have called Walker home for the past 15 seasons and now hold a 100-28-10 record at the facility.
“It’s been a fun journey,” said the head coach. Tom Stone he said. “There were some good plays, including this one. Fresno did a good job of putting us under some pressure in the first half. Charlotte Teeter He stepped up and scored a fantastic goal from downtown to give us confidence. Ashleigh’s goal was excellent and we were comfortable at 2-0.
Teeter got Tech on the board in the 15thTh Minuten found the back of the net for the second time this season with a free kick from just outside the 18-yard box.
The Red Raider defense held strong the rest of the half, allowing Tech to take a 1-0 lead into the locker room with just one shot in the opening 45 minutes.
The second half in six minutes Ellis Anderson i saw Ashley Williams Williams scored her third goal of the season as she ran and sent the ball into the box.
Where there is none Macy Blackburn.Anderson came up big for the Red Raiders and had a pair of assists (Houston and Fresno State).
Once again, Tech’s defense continued to shine, holding Fresno State (0-6-2) without a shot the entire second half. Tonight marked the third time this season that the Red Raiders defense has held opponents to three or fewer shots.
The Red Raiders turn their eyes to early Big 12 play when they host West Virginia on Thursday. The launch of the John Walker Soccer Complex is set for 7 p.m.