Texas (4-3-2, 0-0-0 Big 12) in the state of Kansas (5-4-0, 0-0-0 Big 12)
Thursday, September 23, 2021 | 19:00 | Buser Family Park | Manhattan, Kan.
TICKETS AND PROMOTIONS
• Fans are advised to wear white T-shirts, sweatshirts or jackets
• Fans will also receive a free K-State football bell
To purchase tickets, call (800) 221-CATS, visit kstatesports.com/tickets or purchase tickets at the Buser Family Park box office.
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Play by play: Brian Smoller
Color Analyst: Laramie Hall
Secondary line: Kelsey Bigelow
HISTORYRIA OF THE SERIES
Texas leads, 5-0-0
Last meeting: October 9, 2020 in Austin, Texas; Texas won 7-0
PARTY # 11
Kansas State (5-4-0, 0-0-0 Big 12) to Texas Tech (7-1-1, 0-0-0 Big 12)
Sunday, September 26, 2021 | 13:00 | John Walker Football Complex | Lubbock, Texas
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HISTORYRIA OF THE SERIES
Texas Tech leader, 3-1-0
Last meeting: November 13, 2020 in Manhattan, Canada; K-State won 2-0
MANHATTAN, Kansas – K-State begins the Big 12 2021 program this weekend, as the Wildcats will host Texas at 7 p.m., Thursday, and then travel to Lubbock, Texas, to face Texas Tech on Sunday at 1 p.m.
• Thursday’s game will be a White Out, as fans are advised to wear white T-shirts, sweatshirts or jackets. Fans will also receive a free K-State football bell.
• Tickets for Thursday’s game can be purchased by contacting the K-State Athletics Box Office at (800) 221-CATS, visiting kstatesports.com/tickets or at the Buser Family Park box office.
• In accordance with University policy, face covers are required to be made in all indoor spaces of the Buser Family Park, regardless of vaccination status, unless they are actively eating or drinking. In all outdoor spaces, no facial coatings are required and are at the discretion of each pattern.
• Thursday’s game will be available on Big 12 Now on ESPN +, com Brian Smoller (play-by-play), Laramie Hall (analyst) and Kelsey Bigelow (side) will have the call.
• Sunday’s game at Texas Tech will be available on Big 12 Now on ESPN +.
Last time out
• Last week, K-State (5-4-0) closed out its programming outside the 2021 conference with a 2-0 win over UTRGV. With the win, K-State tied the record for school victories in non-conference games.
• Wildcats gained a 27-6 lead on total shots and a 12-2 lead on goal shots.
• Junior Marisa Weichel and second List of goalkeepers added the goals of the first half. Weichel was credited with his third winning goal of the season, which set the school record for winning goals in a season.
• Second year goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer he won his second win of the season and his second closing. Werremeyer made two stops in the afternoon, both in the second half.
Bank adding to the attack
• K-State has received contributions from all parts of its roster this season.
• The Wildcats have recorded five goals from players who entered the game off the bench this season. The five bench goals this season have tied the school record for bench goals. The previous mark of five was set in 2016 and again in 2018. In its history, K-State has recorded 19 goals from players entering the game from the bench.
• The most recent player to score a goal off the bench was List of goalkeepers against UTRGV on 19 September.
Burning the nets
• K-State has scored 14 goals (1.56 goals / game) during the first nine games of this season. Wildcats set the school record for goals in non-conference games.
• The 14 goals scored in nine games are the highest after nine games in program history. The goals have been scored by 10 different players.
• The school record for goals scored in a season is 18 in the 2017 season.
• Wildcats recorded a total of 43 points (4.78 pts / game). The 43 points are tied for second place in school history for one season. The school record of points in a season is 55 in the 2017 season and the mark of points per game is 2.89 in the 2020 season.
• K-State has been firing to open the 2021 season. The Wildcats rank second in the Big 12 in total shots (160) and rank third in the league and 42nd in the nation in shooting per game ( 17.78).
• On September 19, Kansas State recorded 27 maximum shots against the UTRGV of the season, which ranked second in the history of the program by shooting in a single game and was the highest since the Wildcats went add 27 against Arkansas State on August 29, 2019..
• The school record for total shots in a season is 276 set in 2019, while shots per game have stood at 15.3 also in 2019.
• Marisa Weichel has been dynamic in its short time with K-State.
• Weichel, a Texas Tech transfer, leads the Wildcats this season in goals scored with five and in game-winning goals with three. It is the second of the equipment in shots to goal with eight.
• It is tied for fifth place in the Big 12 by goals scored, seventh by goals per game (0.56) and eighth by points (10).
• Papillion’s product, Nebraska, has set the record for goals in a junior season. She is the second player in program history to score five or more goals in a season and is tied for second by goals in one season.
• With his three game-winning goals this season, Weichel holds the school record for a single-game winning season and is the second in program history to achieve career-winning goals. Nationally this season, Weichel ranks 12th in the nation to score game goals.
• At Colorado State on Sept. 5, Weichel recorded his first multi-goal game of his career as he scored two goals. She became the third player in program history to score two or more goals in a game and is tied for second place in school history by multiple career goal games.
• Weichel scored at least one goal in four of the first five weeks of the 2021 season. He is the first wild cat to achieve this feat.
• Weichel’s ten points this season make it a tie for the third in the program’s history to score points in a single season. She is the third player in school history to score 10 or more points in a season. Her 10 points made it a sixth-place tie in the K-State race and she owns the race record for points per game (1.11 points).
List Registration of union objectives
• Second year student List of goalkeepers he added his name to the Wildcats ’ledger this season.
• Lists his first collegiate goal with a record against UTRGV on September 19th. She is the fourth player on the K-State roster this season to score her first college goal, joining Adah Anderson |, Riley Baker i Caylee Thornhill.
• For the season, List has played all nine games with eight starters. He has a goal, an assist with 15 shots including three on goal.
• Junior Roo Yarnell-Williams has found success in his first season with the Wildcats.
• The Colorado transfer has recorded one goal and two assists in seven games played. He also has nine shots with three on goal. It occupies the third position of the equipment by points (4) and is equal to the third party by attendances.
• More recently, Yarnell-Williams accounted for an assist against UTRGV. His two assists this season are a new career season.