The first lengthy road trip of the season for the Colorado women's soccer team won't be an easy one.

On Friday, the No. 25-ranked Buffs visit the University of Texas in a battle of unbeaten teams. CU's only road game through its 4-0-2 start was for the season opener at Colorado State, and Friday's contest against the 5-0 Longhorns marks the beginning of a stretch in which the Buffs play five of six games away from home.

A look at Friday's matchup.

No. 25 Colorado women's soccer at Texas

WHEN: Friday, 6 p.m. MDT, Myers Stadium, Austin, Texas

BROADCAST: Longhorn Network.

RECORDS: CU — 4-0-2; Texas — 5-0.

LEADERS: CU — Goals: Taylor Kornieck 3, Marty Puketapu 3; Assists: Becca Rasmussen 3; Goalie: Jalen Tompkins 0.00 goals-against average, 1.000 save percentage. Texas — Goals: Cyera Hintzen 2, Haley Berg 2; Assists: Three players with 2; Goalie: Nicole Curry 0.40 goals-against average, .833 save percentage.

NOTABLE: The Buffs have opened the season with a team-record six shutouts and also bring a program-record scoreless streak of 607 minutes, 58 seconds into the match...CU is 4-12-4 all-time against Texas but hasn't played the Longhorns since leaving the Big 12 Conference following the 2010 season...CU is one of just five Division I teams that has not yet allowed a goal. Only one of those other four teams has played six games...Buffs head coach Danny Sanchez is two wins away from No. 100 at the Division I level (62 at CU, 36 at Wyoming)...CU continues its road trip Sunday at Texas-San Antonio (6 p.m. MDT).


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