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UTSA Scores C-USA Points With Draw With UAB

Birmingham, Alabama – The UTSA football team wrapped up its final out-of-state trip on Sunday when the Roadrunners drew 1-1 with UAB for C-USA points at PNC Field.

“There was a huge commitment from our entire team today,” said the head coach. Derek Pittman Said. “After Thursday we challenged them to bounce back with relentless commitment and they did just that. It was a great goal to get us started. We stayed focused and kept our locks in. We played against a talented and resting UAB team and we needed a special goal to tie it. Driving us this week at Park West!”

The Roadrunners entered the match looking to rekindle the fire and score some points towards the conference standings. With a draw and one point, his UTSA are on a strong run to close out his four games remaining in the regular season. The Blazers scored nine shots to his three shots for the Roadrunners, but the UTSA’s defensive line held him to one shot on goal with the UAB. Kiran Singh Recorded his 4th goal of the season.

It didn’t take long for UTSA to take a 1-0 advantage in the first half. In the third minute of the match’s first shot, Singh battled past several UAB defenders and caught goalkeeper Yves Bayer, who was trying to move away from the goal to stop the ball.clear the path from Avery Cheneythe junior forward knocked it back to give the Roadrunners a 1–0 lead.

In the remaining 42 minutes of the first half, the Roadrunners held the Blazers to just 3 shots, all on target. Six free kicks and three corner kicks were awarded to UAB in that span, but UTSA fought back defensively and took a 1–0 advantage at halftime.

The conference-leading Blazers picked up the pace in the second half, firing six while holding the Roadrunners to one. Nonetheless, UTSA did a great job, keeping him to just one shot on goal. in 74th At 1 minute, UAB found the back of the net to tie the game 1-1. UTSA had a golden opportunity to take the lead late in the game. Anna Sutter Charge towards goal with 85th 1 minute, but the UAB goalkeeper quickly stopped the charge. All three of his shots for UTSA were on target, but the Roadrunners and Blazers ended the match with his 1–1 draw, giving each a point.

UTSA’s record improved to 6-4-4 overall (1-2-3 in C-USA action), while UAB’s overall record improved to 7-2-4 (4-0-2 in C-USA). increase. The current conference standings are the Blazers his No. 2 and the Roadrunners his No. 8. The top eight teams at the end of the regular season will advance to the Conference USA Tournament.


UTSA: Kiran Singh (3′)
UAB: Hannah Clarke (74′)


The Roadrunners are back home for the first time in three weeks and will host Middle Tennessee on Thursday, October 13th. Kickoff is set for 7:00 PM (CT) at the Park West Athletics Complex.