The Wyoming Cowboys and the North Texas Imply Inexperienced have added two video games to their future soccer sequence, based on Wyoming’s 2023 football media guide.
Again in 2017, the 2 colleges introduced a home-and-home sequence that was set to start through the 2023 season. After an modification to the contract was made, the sequence was then slated to start on Sept. 5, 2026 at Warfare Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyo., with the second recreation slated for Sept. 18, 2027 at Apogee Stadium in Denton, Texas.
Per Wyoming’s media information, the video games in 2026 and 2027 stay as scheduled, however the sequence will now kickoff at Apogee Stadium on Sept. 21, 2024. Moreover, the Imply Inexperienced will go to Warfare Memorial Stadium for the ultimate contest of the four-game sequence on Sept. 21, 2030.
Wyoming-North Texas Sequence
- Sept. 21, 2024 – at North Texas
- Sept. 5, 2026 – at Wyoming
- Sept. 18, 2027 – at North Texas
- Sept. 21, 2030 – at Wyoming
The 2024 Wyoming-North Texas contest will mark the first-ever assembly between the 2 colleges on the gridiron.
Wyoming was beforehand scheduled to host the New Mexico State Aggies on Sept. 21, 2024, however that recreation has been rescheduled for Sept. 18, 2032, based on the Cowboys’ media information. New Mexico State, beforehand a Soccer Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Impartial, joins Convention USA this season and certain requested the transfer as they trim down their future non-conference schedules.
Wyoming is scheduled to open the 2024 season on the street towards the Arizona State Solar Devils on Saturday, Aug. 31. The Cowboys may even play back-to-back dwelling contests towards the Idaho Vandals on Sept. 7 and the BYU Cougars on Sept. 14.
With the addition of Wyoming, North Texas has tentatively accomplished its non-conference slate in 2024. The Imply Inexperienced are scheduled to open the season on the South Alabama Jaguars on Saturday, Aug. 31 earlier than internet hosting the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks on Sept. 7 and visiting the Texas Tech Crimson Raiders on Sept. 14.