WATER WITHOUT GAS – Oklahoma State returned to Neal Patterson Stadium on Sunday afternoon to face the team that pulled the Cowgirls out of last season’s NCAA football championship at Sweet 16, and 110 minutes could not win , as the Cowgirls fought 15.thranked Texas A&M with a 1-1 draw.
With the tie, the Cowgirls record stands at 3-3-1 this season, while TAMU is now 4-2-1.
Hannah Webb scored the OSU goal against the Aggies, while the freshman Evie Vitali posted a maximum of six race stops.
The Aggies soon advanced with a goal in the 13thth After a short tussle with the defender, Maile Hayes finally tucked the ball home.
OSU spent most of the rest of the regulation trying to balance and finally did so with only 3:57.
After Olyvia Dowell Found Gabriella Coleman with a push to the right, Coleman sent a cross into the area and Webb was there for a header that made a great rebound off the ground and over the line for the tie.
Webb’s goal was the first of the season and the second of his career, while Coleman and Dowell each recorded their first assist of the year.
In overtime, TAMU outscored the Cowgirls by a 5-2 margin, and Vitali made a couple of engagements in the second overtime. The first came to 107th minute, with Vitali going to his right before diving to deflect a Hayes header.
The Cowboys will try to return to the winning column on Friday, when they host Omaha at Neal Patterson Stadium at 7 p.m.