Everyone is talking about college football, but the college soccer season is in full swing and Bedlam soccer happened this week. In the big Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State game, the Cowgirls took the win, 2-1, in double overtime.
2,025 fans packed into the OU Soccer Complex to watch the big Bedlam soccer matchup.
The Oklahoma Sooners girls are off to a rough start, opening the season with a 3-8-1 record, 0-2 in Big 12 play. Despite the tough start, they gave Oklahoma State (5-3-4, 1-1-1) everything they had.
Zoe Dickson scored the first goal of the game in just three minutes to give the Sooners an early lead but OSU finally tied it up at the 85:57 mark. That sent the Bedlam soccer match into overtime and it took two of them before Allie Stephenson won the match for the Cowgirls.
Kassadie Stade had seven saves as the Sooners’ goaltender while Michela Ongaro only needed to record one for the Cowgirls in the Bedlam soccer match.
“Kassadie is quickly becoming a very foundational piece of the framework of our team,” head coach Matt Potter said. “I think she’s growing in confidence the more she’s playing. Believing in yourself is the most importance piece, moreso than coaches or any external factor.”
On Friday, Oct. 11, Oklahoma remains at home to play Texas Tech at 7 p.m. CST and then they play Iowa State on Oct. 13 at 1 p.m.
Topics: Oklahoma Sooners