Allison Ganter and Emma Heckendorn scored goals and visiting TCU beat Illinois State 2-0 to win its first soccer match of the season.
Eryn Spencer and Makenzie Koch had assists for the Horned Frogs (1-3).
Illinois State was held to just one shot on goal in the second half.
“Today was a true team effort. We showed our depth, which was important on a hot day,” TCU coach Eric Bell said. “We were able to come through with a couple goals and get the win.”
South Carolina football players will wear stickers on their helmets this season to honor the nine people who died in a shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston this past June.
Coach Steve Spurrier said the team will have a decal with a Palmetto Tree with nine doves around it for the nine black victims at the church June 17.
Spurrier said the players felt it was appropriate to honor those killed in the tragedy “so it will be on our helmets this year, in honored memory of those folks.”
Huskies stay mum
Chris Petersen is adding secrecy to his anticipated return to Boise State.
The Washington coach has no intention of making a public announcement of his starting quarterback before the Huskies take the field Friday night to face the 23rd-ranked Broncos.
Petersen and the Huskies are in such a position because of the inexperience at the position.
Junior Jeff Lindquist, redshirt freshman K.J. Carta-Samuels and true freshman Jake Browning competed for the job during fall camp, and Lindquist is the only one of the three with experience, staring last year’s season opener against Hawaii.