Women's Soccer Recap (9/20-10/1)

Women's Soccer Recap (9/20-10/1)

Red Ravens Women's soccer: 8-3; 3-3 conference

The Red Ravens Women's Soccer team has done very well since the last recap.  They have gone 3-1 overall while playing conference opponents Kansas City Kansas Community, Neosho County, Cowley, and Oklahoma Wesleyan University JV.

 

Facing KCK for the first time this season, the ladies did not disappoint as they handed the Blue Devils a lopsided 5-0 loss.  The Red Ravens received goals from Sophomore (Bentonville, AR) Vanessa Reynoso, Sophomore (Paris, France) Andrea Comper, Freshman (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Gabriela Rodrigues had an impressive two goals, and Freshman (Joplin, MO) Harley Swindell.  Along with her goal, Reynoso added an impressive 3 assists on the game.

Freshman Goalkeeper (Cushing, OK) Elizabeth Criner went 2/2 and RS-Freshman (Claremore, OK) Brylee Brasher went 8/8 on save attempts for the game.

 

In their next game, the Red Ravens would travel to Neosho and fall 3-2.  The Red Ravens received goals from Freshman (Pryor, OK) Ashley Ragsdale and Reynoso.  Comper added two assists for the game.  This game was a hard fought game as the Red Ravens were missing key pieces to their team.  With a full team, the Red Ravens will look to take their next match against Neosho on October 18.

Goalkeeper Brasher went 0/3 on save attempts.

 

Traveling to Cowley to take on the Tigers, the ladies would control the ball and take the match 2-1 over the Tigers.  Once again it was Comper adding a goal along with Swindell.  Freshman (West Palm Beach, FL) Karrianne Rodriguez and Reynoso had assists on the game.

Goalkeeper Criner went 0/1 and Brasher went 6/6 on save attempts.

 

Closing out the recap, the Red Ravens hosted OKWU JV and won 2-1.

 

The Red Ravnes next 4 matches:

10/4 Butler Home 5:00pm

10/7 Allen County Away 2:00pm

10/10 KCK Away 5:00pm

10/12 Johnson County Home 5:00pm

 

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