Texas Spurs 5, Austin Aces 2

The Texas Spurs bounced back from a tough weekend to take a confident win against the Austin Aces, winning 5-2, keeping them four points ahead of the Central Texas club in the Big Sky Division […]

Texas Spurs Travel To Utah and Houston In Weekend Road Trip

The Texas Spurs have a huge weekend of travel and competition  ahead of them. Their first game is Friday June 19th against Real Salt Lake at UTE in Salt Lake, kick off is at 7 […]

Texas Spurs Beat The Houston Titans, 4-1

Texas Spurs Action PhotoThe following appears courtesy of Texas Spurs Media.
After a tough 0-2 loss on Friday against the Houston Aces, the Texas Spurs had something to prove going into their Sunday match against the Houston Titans. In the first half, the Spurs held possession of the ball, but could not find the back of the net early. In the 30th minute Hope Adams was taken down after making a run right outside the box and a foul was called for the Spurs. Kelsey Sheldon took the free kick, and slotted it back post for the first goal of the game.
 
At the end of the first half, the Spurs were up 1-0. When the Spurs took the pitch for the second half, the first play of the game set the tone for the rest of the game. Jaimie Pierce won the ball off the Titans kicks off, passed it off to Amanda McMullan who played Jaimie back on the run. Pierce hit the cross bar, with a beautiful left footed shot. The Spurs kept the ball on their half of the field for most of the second half.    
 
In the 50th minute McMullan back heeled the ball to Pierce who was making a run down the line, Pierce got a quick cross off and Kendal Pryor made a back post run to finish the cross for the Spurs first goal of the game. As the girls held their 2-0 lead, they continued to pressure and get into the attack. Hope Adams again made a run through the middle, and as she was tackled released the ball wide to McMullan. McMullan had a first time shot across the goal placing the ball into the side netting in the 64th minute. As the games physicality increased, the Spurs kept their composure and continued to pressure. Kelsey Sheldon again found the back of the net with a half volley off a cross from Mikayla Uyokpevi in the 74th minute. The Spurs let down in the last minute of the game, and the Titans scored a header off a corner. The final score was 4-1. The Texas Spurs will be traveling to take on Salt Lake City at UTE on Friday June 19th at 7PM. They will then be traveling down to Houston for their second game against the Houston Aces on June 21st at 6PM at the Carl Lewis Stadium.

Texas Spurs Fall To The Houston Aces, 2-0

The following appears courtesy of Texas Spurs Media. The Texas Spurs took on the Houston Aces in a heated match Friday, ultimately falling 2-0 to the South Texas club. In the first half there were […]

Texas Spurs Look To Stay Top Of Division In Two Games This Weekend

The Texas Spurs come into the weekend playing well in their inaugural season, and will be taking on two Houston teams at home on Friday and Sunday. The first game will begin at 5pm on Friday June 11th at Dallas Christian College against the Houston Aces, one of the stronger returning teams in the WPSL.

The second game will be on Sunday June 13th against the Texas Titans, a new brand new WPSL team this season. Both games will be a battle and the Texas Spurs is looking to collect six points to keep their position at the top of the Big Sky conference on their home field this weekend.

Follow Local Lower Division Clubs

In case you do not get enough soccer, and who does, here is some information about the local NPSL and WPSL clubs. Both the Women’s Premier Soccer League and National Premier Soccer League are semi-pro/high-level amateur league where you will find players usually with college experience.

While we are not currently staffed enough to cover the games directly, we have reached out to them to try to arrange coverage so you can follow them here.

As we encourage everyone to consume as much soccer as they can stomach, we certainly recommend you take in one of these games.