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The Skiff Orientation Edition: Welcome, Class of 28!
The Skiff Orientation Edition: Welcome, Class of '28!
By Georgie London, Staff Writer
Published May 13, 2024
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TCU soccer looks to bounce back from winless skid against Texas A&M

The Frogs look to improve on a slow start to the 2023 season when they face the Aggies this evening. 
Sharon Ellman
Oli Peña and TCU’s women’s soccer team look to bounce back from a winless streak at the start of the season in their match against Texas A&M. (photo courtesy of: go frogs.com/Sharon Ellman)

The Frogs will match up against the Aggies for the 16th time and neither of them are off to a desirable start.

A&M and TCU both have a record of 1-2-1, but the Aggies are coming off a 2-0 win against Tulsa. On the other side, the Frogs haven’t won since its season opener against SMU.

Head coach Eric Bell said the Frogs came out flat in their last game against the University of Alabama Birmingham, which ended with a 0-0 tie.  

“It was a tale of two halves,” said Bell. “We weren’t particularly sharp in the first half, and I think that showed. We are learning some tough lessons right now and hopefully they figure out ways to be better and get better results.” 

The Frogs had a shaky start to the match but picked up the momentum toward the end of the first half with impactful looks.   

The second half looked much better for the Frogs, maintaining possession of the ball for 45 minutes and taking 14 more shots.

TCU’s biggest challenge was facing 10 defenders for almost all 90 minutes. UAB was playing for a draw and that’s what it got. The Frogs will look forward to playing a more conventional match against the Aggies.

The Horned Frogs have won the last two meetings against A&M, who lead the all-time series are 13-2-0.

TCU and A&M will go head-to-head at Garvey Rosenthal, kickoff is at 7 p.m.  

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