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Women’s Soccer Fall 2014

Announcements

NEW HOME FIELD FALL 2014

Women's soccer home field for the Fall 2014 season will be:

Whitaker Fields (UT Intramural Fields)
51st Street and Guadalupe, 78751

HT will play on field #10

HT Stumble At SMU

Monday, Sep 29

St Mary’s University (NCAA II) 6-0 HT Lady Rams Despite a great effort in this HT’s final preseason game, SMU just had too much athleticism and fight for the Rams on the day. SMU used the space and their speed on a very large field Read More »

SAGU Hold HT

Wednesday, Sep 24

HT Lady Rams 2-2 Southwestern Assemblies of God (NAIA) – 2OT This was another exciting contest on the back of two excellent performances from the HT Women’s Soccer team. The first 20 minutes was very evenly poised with both teams having good possession of the Read More »

Another Road Win vs Texas Wesleyan

Monday, Sep 22

Texas Wesleyan University (NAIA D1) 0-2 HT Lady Rams After the bad weather canceled the Rams scheduled home game on Sept 12th, the HT Women’s Soccer team traveled up to Fort Worth to face Texas Wesleyan University, a team they had never beaten in their Read More »

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Andy Tunnicliffe BIO

Coach Tunnicliffe will be entering his 3rd season as Head Women’s Soccer Coach at HT. In the Fall 2012, Tunnicliffe led the Lady Rams to their most successful season to date with a 3-6-1 record. In his second season, the Lady Rams made HT history by qualifying for the RRAC Tournament for the first time ever with a 4-3-1 record.

Originally from Widnes, England. Tunnicliffe graduated from Staffordshire University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Sports Studies.

Formerly of Lonestar Soccer Club in Austin Texas, Tunnicliffe served as Head Coach and Directed the South Junior Academy Program. Prior to Lonestar Soccer Club, Tunnicliffe was the Director of Coaching at FC Arsenal Soccer Club in Bastrop.

As a player, Tunnicliffe represented his District and County at the U19 English National Schools level and the Staffordshire University 1st Team before moving to the US to pursue a career in coaching.

Coach Tunnicliffe resides in Austin with his wife Rosie, daughter Faron and son Freddy.