- Baylor soccer defeated UTSA, 1-0, with Ashley Merrill scoring the winning goal
- The victory marked Baylor's fifth shutout of the season
- Next, Baylor will face No. 1 BYU on Thursday
Baylor soccer secured a 1-0 victory against UTSA in a physical and intense match at Betty Lou Mays Field. Ashley Merrill’s seventh goal of the season proved to be the decider, with the Bears showing defensive resilience to secure their fifth shutout of the season. Although there were chances for both teams, only one goal was scored in the first half. Goalkeeper Makinzie Short played a crucial role in keeping UTSA at bay. Baylor remains unbeaten against UTSA with an 11-0-1 all-time series record. The Bears will now face No. 1 BYU in their next match.
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