Texas is hoping to get back on track when it hosts Seattle University in an out-of-conference match Sunday afternoon at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
The Longhorns are coming back from a bittersweet road trip in which they managed to stop No. 10 Oklahoma State’s 15-match win streak with a 1-1 draw last Friday in Stillwater, but lost to Texas Tech 3-2 in double overtime two days later in Lubbock.
The Redhawks (10-5) look to keep their two-match win streak alive when they take on the Longhorns, who dropped 9-6-1 and 3-3-1 after last week’s matches.
Starting goalkeeper Alexa Gaul will look to bounce back after allowing three goals last Sunday. The junior had only allowed three goals in her three previous matches combined.
The Naperville, Ill. native might also try to get back on the score sheet after netting her second career goal against the Red Raiders on a 30-yard free kick.