A rainbow trout can be caught on the Texas fishing forum.
Carrie Fisher is seen in the background.
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Carrie had the best season of her career in 2016 with a league-leading 14 goals and 37 points, helping the Longhorns finish third in the Big 12 with a 16-9 record.
She has three goals in the last two games, including one against Texas Tech and another against Texas.
Texas head coach David Beaty said Fisher’s performance on the field has been a great boost to the team.
The Longhorns have three other goal scorers in Morgan Frost, Alyssa Beasley and Jessica DeBerry, but Fisher has already scored eight goals in each of her last three games.
Beaty has used her skill set to make some big plays.
Beaty also noted Fisher has had some struggles with turnovers, but has been able to turn the tables on them.
She’s made nine interceptions this season, which is tied for the fifth-most in the country.
A lot of it comes from her defensive game, Beaty told reporters.
“I think she has done a really good job,” Beaty added.
“She’s a smart player.
I think a lot of times, you’re just trying to defend and she’s been doing a good job.
It’s definitely been a challenge to her.”
Texas and TCU face each other Saturday in a rematch of the Cotton Bowl, which the Horns won 30-16 in last year’s opener.
Texas (14-6, 6-4) has the conference’s best record in 2017.
TCU (11-8, 5-7) is one game behind in the standings.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.