Soccer History 101: November
November 5: University of Texas head coach Chris Petrucelli is named the 2001 Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year on Nov. 5, 2001, after leading the Longhorns to their first-ever Big 12 Championship with a 9-1 league mark and guiding the club to a 12-4 overall record in only his third season in Austin.
A school-record 11 Longhorns garner Academic All-Big 12 honors on Nov. 5, 2002, as eight student-athletes are awarded first-team accolades by maintaining a GPA of 3.2 or higher and three more receive second-team laurels with a GPA between 3.0 and 3.19.
No. 21 Texas upsets No. 7 Kansas by a score of 3-2 in double overtime during the semifinals of the Big 12 Conference Tournament in San Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 5, 2004, to send the Horns to their second-ever Big 12 Tournament Championship Game appearance.
November 6: The Longhorns win their first-ever Big 12 Conference Tournament match on Nov. 6, 1997, in San Antonio, Texas, by defeating Colorado 1-0.
November 9: Nicole Ramirez becomes the first-ever UT soccer player to be named to the Big 12 Conference All-Tournament Team on Nov. 9, 1997.
Kristen Teter scores off an assist from Laura Kram in the fourth overtime to not only give Texas a 1-0 victory over Missouri, but also propel the Horns to their first-ever appearance in the Big 12 Tournament Championship Game on Nov. 9, 2001.
November 12: Kelly Wilson tallies her team-leading 14th assist of the season against North Texas on Nov. 12, 2004, during NCAA Tournament first-round action at Myers Stadium to not only set the school single-season mark for assists, but also aid the Longhorns in recording their first-ever tourney victory.
November 14: The Longhorns top West Virginia by a score of 2-1 at Myers Stadium on Nov. 14, 2004, during NCAA Tournament second-round action to earn the program its first-ever NCAA "Sweet 16" appearance.
Senior forward Kelly Wilson notches her sixth game-winning goal of the season opposite West Virginia during NCAA Tournament second-round action at Myers Stadium on Nov. 14, 2004, to establish a new UT single-season mark for game-winning scores.