October 2: Then-freshman Kelly McDonald earns her first-ever Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week accolade on Oct. 2, 2001, after tallying goals against Colorado and Texas Tech. Notably, McDonald would finish her UT career with four league offensive players of the week honors by receiving one during each of her four seasons on the Forty Acres.
October 10: Kelly McDonald scores four times against Baylor on Oct. 10, 2003, to not only lift Texas to a 4-0 victory over the Bears, but to also mark her second career hat trick and the third four-goal game in school history. Of note, McDonald currently holds the UT career record for goals scored with 46 between 2001-04.
October 15: Jill Cook scores just 10 seconds into Texas' match with Vanderbilt on Oct. 15, 1995, to establish the quickest goal scored to begin a game in school history.
October 25: Cami Varnadore becomes the first UT defensive player to earn a Big 12 Conference Player of the Week honor on Oct. 25, 1999, after she posted consecutive shutouts against Kansas and Missouri. Varnadore finished the 1999 season with 16 shutouts, tying the record for most shutouts in a season set by Jaime Strong (1994-97).
October 28: Jaime Strong makes a school-record 20 saves against Minnesota on Oct. 28, 1995, during the Longhorn Soccer Classic to help lead the Longhorns to a 3-2 victory in overtime over the Golden Gophers. Notably, Strong also holds the UT career record for saves with 473 over her four seasons on the Forty Acres.
October 28: Texas secures its first-ever Big 12 Conference Championship with a 3-1 home victory over Oklahoma on Oct. 28, 2001, at Myers Stadium. Notably, the win also extended the Horns' current win streak to a school-record 11 games.
October 30: Jaime Strong records her seventh shutout of the 1994 season with a 4-0 win over Arizona on Oct. 30 to set the school single-season record for shutouts.
October 31: Kati McBain becomes the first Texas player to be named the Big 12 Conference's Rookie of the Year on October 31, 2000. Kati completed her freshman season ranked fourth in the league in scoring with 29 points as she scored eight goals and was positioned second in the conference with a then-school record 13 assists.
Texas defeats No. 6 Texas A&M by a score of 2-1 in double overtime on Oct. 31, 2003, at Myers Stadium to give the UT soccer program its first-ever triumph over the Aggies. Of note, then-senior Kati McBain scored the game-tying goal with only 54 seconds remaining in regulation before Nikki Thaden netted the game-winning score via a penalty kick in the second overtime.