Mean Green Versus UAB By The Numbers
North Texas Hosts UAB Friday At P.M.
DENTON — The North Texas soccer team hosts UAB on Friday in the only match of the weekend for the Mean Green.
Friday’s match is an important one for North Texas as it has large implications on their goal of winning their fourth consecutive Conference USA championship.
2 With a 4-0-1 conference record and 13 points, North Texas currently stands in second-place in the C-USA standings. They are five points behind the first-place Rice who has played one more match than the Mean Green.
North Texas hosts the Owls on Oct. 27.
9 UAB and North Texas are both riding nine-match unbeaten streaks. The Blazers have three ties during that stretch. North Texas has two ties during its stretch.
4 The Mean Green are currently on a four-match winning streak.
12 12 different Mean Green players have scored a goal this season. Last year nine different players scored.
16-1 North Texas is outscoring its opponents 16-1 in the last four matches.
2.6 North Texas is averaging 2.6 goals per match, which is the best in the conference.
.69 North Texas is giving up an average of .69 goals per match, which is also the best in the conference.
5-0-2 Mean Green goalie Brooke Bradley is unbeaten this season and owns a 5-0-2 record.
3 UAB’s Amy Brewer has registered two hat tricks this year, including in the most recent match.
117 North Texas has taken 117 more shot attempts than its opponents.
9 UAB’s nine-match unbeaten streak is the longest in school history. The record had stood since 2004.
27 Neither North Texas nor UAB has lost a match since Aug. 27.
43 With a win, North Texas would extend its home conference unbeaten streak to 43 consecutive matches.
23 With their win on Sunday, the Mean Green secured their 23rd consecutive winning season — every year the program has been around.
7 Friday’s match versus the Blazers is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.
1500 Mean Green Soccer Complex is located at 1500 S. Bonnie Brae Street.
5 Single-match tickets are available at the gate for five dollars.