“We’ve been coming out here for 10 years, and we still didn’t disappoint tonight,” the head coach said Tom Stone he said. “We are very excited about these games against Denver because they will help us show what we want to do.
“It’s a well-coached team that changes the system every game. We have to avoid the areas where we were exposed, but above all we have to be happy about the brand of football we played and the main attacking style. We did it together.”
Texas Tech scored first in the 31stSt After a minute Penelope Mulenga A fed captain Charlotte Teeter A pass she was able to put in the back of the net.
At 41St In the minute, the Red Raiders tried to score from behind but could not find the goal.
Denver took a 1-0 lead after halftime and scored on a free kick with five minutes left in the game.
With minutes remaining in the second half, Tech outshot the Pioneers 5-3 and the defense started.
Macy Schultz, Caitlin Giametta And Laurie Ann Moise The final 10 minutes of the game saw an open look for everyone, but Denver goalkeeper Neria Arazzola stood strong in net to keep the game tied at 1-1.
Texas Tech now turns its attention to Thursday’s season opener against Troy. Kickoff at the John Walker Football Stadium is set for 7 p.m.