The Longhorns ended their two-game losing streak with a win over No. 7 Arizona this weekend. Texas held a commanding lead over the Wildcats after the first day of competition with a score of 119-67, having claimed seven victories. Texas easily put away the ‘Cats, 189-156.
At halftime, Texas women’s basketball coach Gail Goestenkors was not pleased with her team, clinging to a one-point lead in a dog fight of a first half. Her squad was being out-rebounded, outshot and out-worked.
Texas had a busy yet successful couple of days at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Kick-Off Weekend in Austin. The Longhorns swept Hawaii 4-0 on Saturday and blanked Rice by the same score on Sunday.
Texas had a complete team effort over the weekend in its double-dual meet against No. 6 Arizona and Southern Methodist University. The freshmen stood out in Texas’ 186.5-155.5 victory against Arizona and 223-117 win over SMU.