UTSA Women’s Soccer C-USA Tournament qualification tracker

Here’s a live look at the results that the Roadrunner soccer team will need to qualify for the Conference USA Tournament.

Updated C-USA Women’s Soccer Standings
School              W L T Pts  Rem.Games
x-North Texas       8 1 0  24      1
x-WKU               7 3 0  21      0
x-Rice              7 2 0  21      1
x-Florida Atlantic  6 2 1  19      1
x-Charlotte         5 4 1  16      0
x-Louisiana Tech    5 3 0  15      2
Marshall            4 4 2  14      0
UTEP                4 5 0  12      1
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Old Dominion        4 5 0  12      1
UTSA                3 6 0   9      1
FIU                 2 5 2   8      1
Southern Miss       2 5 2   8      1
Middle Tennessee    2 8 0   6      0
UAB                 1 7 2   5      0
North Texas win/tie @ FIU

Thursday, 6:00 pm (postponed to Friday, Noon) – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

Final score: North Texas 3 – FIU 2


Note: With the win, North Texas clinches the #1 seed and would be UTSA’s first round opponent should the Roadrunners qualify.

Charlotte win/tie @ Marshall

Friday, 6:00 pm – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

Final score: Charlotte 1 – Marshall 2

✗ Western Kentucky win/tie vs. Old Dominion

Friday, 6:00 pm – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

Final score: Western Kentucky 0 – Old Dominion 1

UTSA win vs. Louisiana Tech

Friday, 7:00 pm – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

Halftime: UTSA 0 – Louisiana Tech 1

 

With the above results, UTSA soccer has officially been eliminated from C-USA Tournament contention.

This is a very young team – only three seniors today for Senior Day – with a lot of potential, so the future looks bright for this program after putting up their best record since 2011.

*UTEP win/tie vs. Southern Miss

Friday, 8:00 pm – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

*UTEP result is only necessary if Charlotte/Marshall tie

FIU win/tie vs. Old Dominion

Sunday, Noon – CUSA.tv, Live Stats

 

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Darrell Williams

Darrell started writing about UTSA football before it was even a thing, then he took a few years off, and now he’s back.