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Katherine Taylor and Saffana Velji Sign Letters of Intent with HT


Dynamic McNeal HS Lady Mavericks Kat Taylor and Saffana Velji sign letters of intent to play for the Huston-Tillotson University women’s soccer program. Katherine (wing) and Saffana (center mid) are expected to make an immediate impact on a young roster for the Lady Rams.


HT Women’s Soccer 2017-2018 Recruiting Class Continues to Grow


Huston-Tillotson University is pleased to welcome Gabriela Baez (Clear Falls High School) and Neftali Mercado (Lehman High School) as the newest commits to the HT women’s soccer program for the 2017-2018 season. Gaby Baez played an important role on helping the Clear Falls Lady Knights reached the UIL Region 3 quarterfinals. Neftali Mercado led the Lehman High School Lady Lobos in goals scored this season.


Kaylee Torres, Zoe Rodriguez and Larissa Haney Commit to HT


On Wednesday February 1, Kaylee Torres (Right Back, North Mesquite High School) and Larissa Haney (Midfield, Victoria West High School) became the first two commitments for the 2017-2018 Huston-Tillotson University Women’s Soccer Program recruiting class. Kaylee Torres earned UIL District 11-6A All District 2015 Defensive MVP and 2016 All District 10-6A 2nd Team awards. Larissa Haney was team captain of a young Victoria West team. On Friday February 5, it was Zoe Rodriguez’s (Forward, Harmony School of Excellence) turn to sign her letter of intent. Zoe became the first ever letter of intent signee from Harmony School of Excellence in Austin, Texas. We welcome Kaylee, Larissa and Zoe to the Huston-Tillotson University fRAMily!

Kimberly “Kimmy” Lopez Earns 2016 RRAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Second Team


Kimberly “Kimmy” Lopez earned 2016 RRAC 2nd All-Conference Team Honors after completing her first season with the Huston-Tillotson University women’s soccer program. Kimmy who transferred from Texas State University started every game for the Lady Rams as center back and scored three goals. While Kimmy’s contribution on the field of play was immediate and recognized with honors by RRAC, her impact as a member of the HT campus community and the women’s soccer program has been invaluable---she exemplifies the three pillars of the HT women’s soccer program: good people, good student and good soccer player. Kimmy is a kinesiology major pursuing a degree in human performance. She intends to pursue a career in physical therapy.

 Katia Castellanos Earns 2016 RRAC Women's Soccer Champions of Character Team Honors


Katia Castellanos earned 2016 RRAC Women’s Soccer Champions of Character Team honors after completing her fourth season with the Huston-Tillotson University women’s soccer program. In 2015, Katia was named in the RRAC Post Season All-Tournament Team. Katia is a team captain and top ranking senior in the Educator Preparation Program at HT. Katia will be graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in education and intends to pursue a career as an elementary school teacher.

Thursday, Mar 10

Congratulations new HT soccer recruits Leslie Arce, Caitlin Brown, Ashley Castro, Alyssa Cuevas, Christian Curiel, Arelly Garza, Jackie Gonzales, Jennifer Gonzales, Clay Kirk, Laura Munoz, Jackie Quintero, Stephanie Sanchez, Kennedy Sessions, and Cesar Solis. Welcome to the Ram family. Read More »

Lady Rams Sign Benitez, Marin, Ruiz, Rodriguez

Tuesday, Jul 07

Huston Tillotson Women’s Soccer Team are excited to announce the signings of Yessica Benitez, Amalia Ruiz, Marisa Marin and Ariana Rodriguez to the Fall 2015 roster.    ‘The four signings represent a strengthening of our roster in all four areas’, commented Head Coach Rob Ferguson. Read More »

Tuesday, Apr 07

Congratulations on a fantastic season as top contenders and Coach of the Year Andrew Tunnicliffe. 2014 RRAC Women’s Soccer All-Conference TeamNovember 13, 2014 WACO, Texas — Following are the members of the 2014 Red River Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer All-Conference Team and postseason award-winners as Read More »

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 Welcome to the Women’s Soccer Program at Huston-Tillotson University

Consistent with HT’s core values, the women’s soccer program strives to provide student-athletes with the opportunity to get empowered through soccer while developing and exhibiting integrity, diversity, excellence, accountability and leadership (I.D.E.A.L). There are three key pillars of being part of HT women’s soccer program: ‘good people’, ‘good students’ and ‘good soccer players.’ Welcome to our soccer fRAMily!