St. Paul, Minn. Kansas University edged Minnesota in shots and shots on goal, but the teams played to a scoreless soccer draw on Sunday at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium.
The 23rd-ranked Jayhawks outshot the Gophers 13-10 and had an 8-3 edge in shots on goal.
“I thought we played well today,” KU coach Mark Francis said. “We settled into the game pretty quickly and had the better (play) for sure. … I was really happy with how we competed today, and I thought we did some really good things.”
KU moved to 0-1-1, while Minnesota is 1-0-1.
Kansas will face SMU at 5 p.m. Friday in Dallas.