The Red Raiders start the 2014 campaign at the Texas Tech—UTEP—New Mexico State Triangular
David Collier, Ryan Hyatt, and Brian Duncan gives their season predictions as well as the headlines for Saturday's match against Central Arkansas.
Davis Webb will be taking the reins of this Red Raider program as a sophomore in 2014, the first sophomore to start a game at Tech since Graham Harrell in 2006.
Last Friday night, Texas Tech Soccer started their season with 5-0 opening night victory over Oral Roberts University at the John Walker Soccer Complex. The Red Raider Soccer team scored five goals against the Golden Eagles with each goal being scored by five different players.
Last season the Plainsmen turned in a 3-8 overall record, however their (3-2) record in district play earned themselves a spot in the 4A D1 bi-district championship. Their season ended, after losing in the bi-district championship to the Amarillo Sandies.
Today was the league mandated deadline for teams to cut their roster to 75 players.
The offensive unit will look to cut down on the turnovers while the defense will look to create more turnovers.
The offensive line has plenty of returning faces. But some new ones could add some intrigue to the first couple of games.
The Coronado Mustangs have spent the last two seasons as the lone area school in the largest classifications.
Texas Tech ranks as high as No. 12 nationally in the Soccer America top-25 poll