OKLAHOMA CITY FC -- NCAA D1 SNAPSHOT WEEK #8 - Games Played thru October 8, 2017
Oklahoma City FC players noted in BOLD (kickoff times are Central Standard Time – CST):
Oklahoma State University (Overall: 11-2-2; Big 12 Conference: 4-1-0)
The 25th ranked Cowgirls split a pair of Big 12 road games over the weekend and remained tied atop the conference standings with West Virginia at 4-1. Despite being outshot 36-7 by the Mountaineers on Friday, OSU held tough and had scoring opportunities in a 1-0 loss at Dick Dlesk Stadium in front of 1,003 fans. OSU traveled to Iowa State on Sunday and scored in the 96th minute to defeat the Cyclones 2-1. Jaci Jones, Hayley Woodard and Laurene Tresfield started both matches for OSU. Sophomore Charme Morgan started at defense on Friday, but sat out Sunday’s contest due to injury. Junior midfielder Lana Duke did not play in either match.
NEXT: Friday 6 p.m. vs. Texas Tech (Fox Sports Network)
University of Tulsa (Overall: 3-10-3; American Athletic Conference: 1-4-1)
After suffering a 1-0 home setback against UCONN on Thursday, the Golden Hurricane picked up one conference standing’s point with a 2-2 tie with Temple on Sunday afternoon. Senior standout Rachel Thun-Blankenship started both games for TU in the midfield, recording two shots on goal on Thursday, and one on goal Sunday. Edmond native Addyson Guthrie came off the bench Thursday and did not play in Sunday’s match. Sophomore Annabeth Fouts missed her 12th consecutive game since suffering a knee injury against Oklahoma on August 27.
NEXT: Thursday 6 p.m. @ Cincinnati
Sunday Noon @ East Carolina
Oral Roberts University (Overall: 5-8-1; Summit League: 2-1-0)
The Golden Eagles played consecutive overtime games over the weekend, dropping a 2-1 double-overtime decision at North Dakota State on Friday; and scoring in the first overtime period on Sunday to defeat South Dakota 1-0. Senior Lexi Jones was active on the offensive end in both matches, producing a team-high six shot attempts in 36 minutes of play on Friday, and added two shots on goal in 61 minutes Sunday. Defender Brooklyn Earley continued her solid play in the back line, logging 196 combined minutes in the two contests. Chloe Basnett, who has appeared in eight games this season, did not play for the third consecutive game.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. @ North Dakota State
Sunday Noon @ South Dakota
University of Central Arkansas (Overall: 7-7-0; Southland Conference: 4-2)
The Bears suffered a tough 1-0 loss at home to Stephen F. Austin Friday to drop to 4-2 in the Southland Conference. Senior Alex Moore started in the midfield and had one shot on goal on two attempts.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Sunday 1 p.m. vs. Houston Baptist
Texas Christian University (Overall: 9-4-1; Big 12 Conference: 3-1-1)
The Horned Frogs captured a loose ball in the box in the 84th minute to tie the game up 1-1 on Friday at 7th-ranked Texas. Neither team could find the back of the net in overtime. Freshman Yazmeen Ryan started her 14th consecutive game in the midfield for TCU.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. vs. Oklahoma
Kansas State University (Overall 6-6-1; Big 12 Conference: 1-3-0)
The Wildcats recorded their first Big 12 Conference win of the season with a dramatic 1-0 decision over rival Kansas on Friday night in Lawrence, witnessed in front of a record-crowd of 2,514 fans at Rock Chalk Park, the highest attendance ever recorded for a women’s soccer match in the state of Kansas. Sophomore Laramie Hall started in the midfield for KSU, recording a shot on goal on two attempts in the victory.
NEXT: Friday 7 p.m. vs. Baylor (espn3)
Sunday 1 p.m. vs. #7 Texas (espn3)
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