Caroline Gooding
Intern
Caroline is a senior Kinesiology major from Dallas, Texas. While finishing up minors in Neuroscience and Communications, she joined the TexAgs team in the fall of 2019. A dedicated sports fan and college football fanatic, she is delighted to have the opportunity to cover Aggie athletics. Her goal is to one day work as a writer and analyst or in media relations. When she is not working or studying, Caroline enjoys hiking, fishing, reading, and playing with her Golden Retriever Millie.
Watt's two-goal performance lifts No. 12 A&M over UNLV, 4-0 in bounce back win
After falling to No. 10 BYU last week in Provo, the No. 12 A&M soccer team found their groove on Sunday night at Ellis Field, shutting out UNLV and posting four goals. Ally Watt broke the scoring seal in the 12th minute
Aggie soccer falls to No. 10 BYU on the road, 2-0
After not giving up a goal for 563 minutes, Texas A&M surrendered two against the tenth-ranked BYU Cougars on Thursday, suffering their first loss of the season.
No. 13 Texas A&M soccer extends shutout streak in draw with Brown
The Aggies extended their shutout streak to five straight games in their draw with Brown. Despite not getting the win, A&M head coach G Guerrieri was pleased with the intensity and effort shown by his team.
No. 16 Aggies jump out early, down Wildcats 4-0 on Sunday evening
Texas A&M Soccer ⋅ 15 days ago by Caroline Gooding
Texas A&M soccer continued their unbeaten start the 2019 campaign as they defeated Abilene Christian 4-0 on Sunday night at Ellis Field. The Aggies scored twice in the opening minute of the match and never looked back.
Aggies dominant on both ends in 4-0 win over Cal State Northridge
Texas A&M Soccer ⋅ 16 days ago by Caroline Gooding
The A&M soccer team started their 2019 campaign on a high note on Friday night as they defeated Cal-State Northridge, 4-0 at Ellis Field. Freshman Taylor Ziemer led the offensive effort with a two-goal performance.
 
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