Oct. 11, 2009
|Soccer (7-6-1, 2-3) at Nebraska (7-2-4, 1-1-2)|
|Game 15||Sunday, Oct. 11, at 1 p.m. (CT) | Nebraska Soccer Complex|
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|Game Info||2009 Media Guide | Weekly Releases|
NORMAN, Okla. -- The Sooners will tackle a Nebraska team on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. that is undefeated at home in eight games (6-0-2). The contest will pit the No. 1 and No. 2 goal scorers in the country in NU's Morgan Marlborough (16 goals) and OU's Whitney Palmer (12).
The Cornhuskers topped Oklahoma State and Wisconsin-Green Bay last weekend in Lincoln. Nebraska (7-2-4, 1-1-2) has one loss in the last 11 games after tying Baylor, 1-1, Friday at the Nebraska Soccer Field.
Nebraska returns 16 letterwinners and seven starters from last season's team that finished 10-9-1 overall and fifth in the Big 12 standings at 6-4-0. Marlborough's 16 goals and 36 points pace all players in the Big 12 Conference. She has two goals in three Big 12 games opposite Palmer's league-high five goals in four conference games.
The Huskers have won each of the last four meetings in the series and own an 11-2 advantage all-time. NU won last year's contest, 1-0, in Norman. The game was the seventh straight decided by one goal between OU and NU. The Sooners won the 2004 game, 1-0, at home and its other win in the series also came in Norman and was a one-goal decision (2-1 in 2000).
On the Web
Fans can follow both games on the web with links to live stats and audio available via the schedule page on SoonerSports.com.
Oklahoma returns to the friendly confines of John Crain Field where it will host three of the last four games. The Sooners welcome Kansas at 7 p.m. on Oct. 16 and Missouri at 1 p.m. on Oct. 18. All four of the Sooners' remaining regular season games will be played in the state of Oklahoma. The Bedlam Series is set for Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. in Stillwater.
Last Time Out | Recap | Stats | Highlights
Freshman Dria Hampton's third goal of the season helped the Sooner soccer team snap a two-game skid and record its first road win of 2009 following a 1-0 victory at Iowa State on Friday. OU posted its first win in Ames in eight all-time meetings as temperatures dipped below 50 degrees at game time. The decision also handed the Cyclones their first loss at home in 2009.