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Cowgirls Roll In Bedlam Soccer

STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State scored four unanswered goals and cruised to a 4-1 non-conference win over Bedlam-rival Oklahoma Friday night in front of 1,844 fans at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex.

OSU improved to 2-0-1 with the win and is now 18-3-3 all time against the Sooners. Courtney Dike scored twice, with Allie Stephenson and Madison Mercado also adding goals to lead the Cowgirls to the comeback win.

OU (1-2-0) seized momentum early, silencing the home crowd when Abby Hodgen scored on a free kick from 25-yards out just over 16 minutes into the match.

Just 60 seconds later, the Cowgirls were poised to tie the score after being awarded a penalty kick, but Allie Stephenson's attempt was saved by a diving Miranda Larkin.

OSU wasn't down long, however.

In the 24th minute, Mercado delivered a cross into the box to Dike, who headed a shot past Larkin for the equalizer, and less than three minutes later, it was Stephenson putting OSU on top when she intercepted a clearance attempt and drilled a shot from the top of the 18-yard box to put the Cowgirls up 2-1.

The Cowgirls weren't done with their first-half scoring as, at the 29:48 mark, Dike made a run at Larkin, won the ball and dribbled in for an easy open-net goal.

The Sooners would outshoot OSU, 14-13, in the contest and owned an 8-4 advantage in shots in the second half, but OSU would net the lone goal in the final 45 minutes. That came in the 61st minute when Mercado was tripped in the box and stepped up and blasted the penalty kick into the back of the net for her second goal of the season.

OSU returns to action Sunday at 7 p.m. when the Cowgirls host Gonzaga.

OU will close the weekend at home on Sunday with a noon CT contest against Texas State at the OU Soccer Complex in Norman.


Hurricane Women Shut Out Gonzaga, 3-0

Tulsa, Oklahoma – Bradi Hinch, Lauren King and Caitlin Jancuska all scored a goal for Tulsa in a 3-0 win over Gonzaga on Friday night at the Hurricane Soccer and Track Stadium. TU moved to 3-0 on the season, while GU fell to 1-1 overall.

Hinch knocked in her goal, her second on the season, off a cross from Camille Pelley with just 56-seconds off the clock for the game-winner.

King took the ball up the field and drilled in a goal from 18 yards out on the right side in the 80th minute and just six minutes later Jancuska scored off a corner kick that was played into the box.

Tulsa had an 11-10 lead in shots, including a 7-4 advantage in shots on goal, but the Bulldogs took a 5-2 lead in corner kicks.

TU was led by Kajal Parmar, Hinch and Jancuska with two shots apiece, while five others attempted one shot. Hayley Harryman logged all 90 minutes in goal, picked up four saves and earned her second-straight shutout.

Gonzaga's Heather Johnson took a team-leading seven shots and Christie Tombari earned four saves.

Tulsa will return to action on Wednesday, Sept. 4th at Arkansas. Game time is set for 7:00 pm in Fayetteville.


Golden Eagles comeback again, top Kansas City, 3-2

TULSA, Okla. – For the second time in as many matches, the Oral Roberts University women's soccer team came from behind with late goals to give the Golden Eagles a 3-2 victory over Kansas City on Friday.

ORU improved its record to 2-0, while UMKC (2-1) suffered its first loss of the season.

During the first half of play, the Golden Eagles jumped out to a lead in the 26th minute. Jennifer Abernathy controlled a loose ball and struck it from 25 yards out into the back of the net for her first goal of the season.

The Kangaroos answered in the 33rd minute as Kaely Tott put a perfectly placed cross at the feet of Ellie Chadick to make the game 1-1. Seven minutes into the second period, Tott struck again, this time off a free kick near the left sideline to give UMKC the lead.

Trailing the Kangaroos mid-way though the second half 2-1 the Golden Eagle attack began to pick up the pressure on the visiting defense. Just into the 76th minute of play, Kayla Keller crossed the ball from outside the left post to Megan Giles who fooled the UMKC keeper, allowing her an open shot at the net. It was Giles' second goal of the season.

Keller wasn't finished helping out on the goal scoring as she found Jordan Parsons in the box three minutes later for the game-winner.

In the 81st minute, the hero from a week ago, Mary-Kate Halsmer, had an excellent look at goal, but Nina Tzianos made a great diving stop for UMKC.

Junior keeper Helen Erb earned her second victory of the season by making six saves in the match. Tzianos retrieved two for the Kangaroos.

ORU is off until next Friday evening when they host cross-town rival Tulsa. Kickoff against the Golden Hurricane is schedule for 7 p.m. at the Case Soccer Complex.

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