I'm new on here so any help would be awesome.
There's this girl in the year below me in college who I have a thing for. I met her through a friend a couple of weeks ago. I ran into her on campus when I was about to walk somewhere for dinner...she says it's too cold, offers to give me a ride and asks for my number so she can call me when she gets off work. Five minutes later, she texts and tells me to come to her house for dinner with a friend of hers and her parents. It was a fun night, we watched a movie and seemed to get along really well. She was laughing at my jokes and we had a lot in common.
Fast forward a couple of days, I invite her to come to a college hockey game with some friends of mine. She takes a while to respond, but says she'll come, and asks if it's cool if a friend comes with her, which of course was cool. She finds me at the game, but doesn't seem all that happy to be there. We talk a little, but she didn't ask any questions or initiate any conversations really. I couldn't tell if she was just shy or not interested. We talked a little, but she was texting a lot while the game was on, and made a comment that she doesn't really like hockey (why did she come!). She seemed a little nervous, and didn't seem to try to talk to me that much...too busy with her phone. I was a little annoyed with the non-responsiveness, so I left 10 minutes before the game ended (it was one-sided) with my friends, saying we had to go
Texted her back and forth two or three times 2 hours later, asking how the game ended up, jokingly. Her texts had a lot of 'haha''s in them but were pretty short.The last time she didn't respond for hours, and ending up replying something like 'haha i know right'.
Not sure whether to just leave it, not initiate any conversations via text or anything and wait to see if she contacts me? If so, how long should I wait before re-initiating? Or should I contact her in a couple of days and ask her out on a more one-on-one kind of thing? I was planning on doing so but the way she acted at the game makes me think maybe it's not worth bothering with.