OKLAHOMA CITY FC -- NCAA D1 SNAPSHOT
WEEK #7 - Games Played thru October 1, 2017
Oklahoma City FC players noted in BOLD (kickoff times are Central Standard Time – CST):
Oklahoma State University (Overall: 10-1-2; Big 12 Conference: 3-0-0)
The 19th ranked Cowgirls remained unbeaten in Big 12 play with two dramatic wins over the weekend. On Friday in Fort Worth, sophomore Jaci Jones broke a scoreless tie scoring in the 78th minute to lift OSU to a 2-0 victory over TCU. Norman native Hayley Woodard assisted on Jones’ goal. On Sunday in Stillwater, Woodard scored her sixth goal of the season on a header in the 98th minute to give the Cowgirls a 1-0 overtime win over Baylor. Woodard leads the Cowgirls with a team-high 15 points (6 goals and 3 assists). Charme Morgan and Laurene Tresfield started both weekend games on the back line and played valuable minutes for the Pokes. Junior midfielder Lana Duke did not play in either contest.
NEXT: Friday 6 p.m. @ #9 West Virginia
Sunday Noon @ Iowa State
University of Tulsa (Overall: 3-9-2; American Athletic Conference: 1-3-0)
The injury plagued Golden Hurricane suffered two defeats last week in Florida, dropping a 6-1 decision at Central Florida on Thursday, and followed with a 3-0 loss at the hands of South Florida on Sunday. Senior leader Rachel Thun-Blankenship started in both matches for TU, and sophomore Addyson Guthrie continued her solid play up front, coming off the bench in Thursday’s match, and earned her ninth start of the season on Sunday and recorded one shot attempt. Sophomore Annabeth Fouts missed her 10th consecutive game since suffering a knee injury against Oklahoma on August 27.
NEXT: Thursday 7 p.m. vs. Connecticut
Sunday 1 p.m. vs. Temple
Oral Roberts University (Overall: 4-7-1; Summit League: 1-0-0)
The Golden Eagles opened Summit League play with a 3-0 victory over the Western Illinois Leathernecks Friday night at Case Soccer Complex in Tulsa. Sand Springs, Okla. product Brooklyn Eardley started at defense and the went the entire 90 minutes for ORU; while senior Lexi Jones was active off the bench, recording a shot on goal on two attempts in 43 minutes on the pitch. Jones leads ORU with 27 shot attempts and is tied with two teammates for shots on goal with 11. Chloe Basnett, who has appeared in eight games this season, did not play in the conference opener.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. @ North Dakota State
Sunday Noon @ South Dakota
University of Arkansas-Little Rock (Overall: 6-5-2; Sun Belt Conference: 1-1-2)
Junior Jaclyn Purvine broke loose from the defense and put home the game winner in the 64th minute to lift the Trojans to their first Sun Belt victory of the season, a 2-1 win over Louisiana-Monroe. The goal was Purvine’s third on the season. On Sunday in Little Rock, UALR and Coastal Carolina played to a scoreless 0-0 draw.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. @ Troy
Sunday 1 p.m. @ South Alabama
Texas Christian University (Overall: 9-4-0; Big 12 Conference: 3-1-0)
The Horned Frogs allowed two goals in the final 12 minutes of regulation and dropped a 2-0 decision to 19th-ranked Oklahoma State on Friday in Fort Worth. Freshman Yazmeen Ryan played 89 minutes in the midfield and had one shot on goal. On Sunday, Ryan beat her defender and sent a perfect cross to a wide-open Kayla Hill, who tapped in the game winner in the second minute of overtime to defeat Big 12 foe Texas Tech 1-0 in Lubbock. The assist was Ryan’s fourth of the season.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. @ #8 Texas
University of Central Arkansas (Overall: 7-6-0; Southland Conference: 4-1)
Senior Alex Moore lifted a shot over the keeper’s head from seven yards out in the second minute of overtime to lift the Bears to a dramatic 2-1 win at Abilene Christian on Friday. Moore also recorded an assist in UCA’s opening goal of the match. On Sunday, the Bears moved to 4-1 in the Southland Conference, scoring five minutes into the first overtime to defeat Incarnate Word 1-0. Moore logged 82 minutes in the midfield in Sunday’s win on the road.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. vs. Stephen F. Austin
Kansas State University (Overall 5-6-1; Big 12 Conference: 0-3-0)
The Wildcats held #9 West Virginia to a scoreless draw through 82 minutes of play before allowing a goal in the 83rd minute in a 1-0 setback in front of 2,042 rabid fans Friday night at the K-State Soccer Complex in Manhattan. Sophomore Laramie Hall started and went 83 minutes in the midfield.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. @ Kansas
NOTE: Rankings listed are from the United Soccer Coaches Poll
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