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By Rice Thresher Staff     9/19/12 7:00pm

 

Results

Friday, Sept. 14



Volleyball vs. Cal State Northridge, Houston Baptist

L 3-0, W 3-1 - Tudor Fieldhouse 

Women's Cross Country at Rice Invitational

2nd/14 - Rice Intramural Fields 

Men's Cross Country at Rice Invitational 

2nd/14 - Rice Intramural Fields

Soccer vs. Oklahoma 

T 1-1 - Rice Soccer Stadium 

Saturday, Sept. 15

Football vs. Louisiana Tech University 

L 56-37 - Ruston, La.  

Volleyball vs. Texas Tech University

W 3-0 - Tudor Fieldhouse 

Sunday, Sept. 16

Soccer vs. Sam Houston State

W 2-0 - Rice Soccer Stadium

Men's Tennis at Racquet Club Invitational

All day - Midland, Texas

Women's Tennis at Midland Invite

All day - Midland, Texas

Tuesday, Sept. 18

Women's Volleyball vs. University of Houston

W 3-0 - Tudor Fieldhouse 

 

Upcoming

 

Friday, Sept. 21

Volleyball vs. University of Memphis 

7  p.m. - Memphis, Tenn.

Soccer vs. University of Tulsa

7 p.m. - Rice Soccer Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 22

Football vs. Marshall University

2:30 p.m. - Rice Stadium

Sunday, Sept. 23

Soccer vs. Southern Methodist University

1 p.m. - Rice Soccer Stadium

Volleyball vs. University of Alabama at Birmingham 

1 p.m. - Birmingham, Ala. 

Golf  at Mason Randolph Championship

All day - Franklin, Tenn.

Men's Tennis at Baylor Invitational

All day - Waco, Texas 

Women's Tennis at University of Texas Tournament  

All day - Austin, Texas

Thursday, Sept. 27

Women's Cross Country at Paul Short Invitational, Islander Splash, Grass Routes XC Fesitval 

11 a.m., 6:20 p.m., TBA 



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