Sept. 6, 2001

A Hot Start
OU has tied the 1998 team for the best start in school history with a pair of shutout victories. The Sooners defeated TCU, 2-0, in Fort Worth, in their opener last Sunday. Senior Jonette Coquat and sophomore Logan Womack scored second-half goals and junior Jana Cunningham picked up the shutout.

In its home opener Tuesday, Oklahoma easily defeated Oral Roberts, 5-0. Five different players scored for OU and junior Jennifer Enos tied a school record with five points (one goal and three assists). Womack and Coquat each tallied a goal for the second straight game while Cunningham and freshman Catherine Wade combined on the shutout.

Scoreless Streak
In Tuesday's win over the Golden Eagles, Oklahoma extended its scoreless streak to 225:48 minutes, third longest in OU history.

Forward Production
Jonette Coquat's two goals in as many games so far in 2001 upped her career-leading fiqures.

The Carrollton, Texas, product increased her point and goal record totals to 57 and 22, respectively.

The nearest player is former Sooner Heather Morrison with 37 points and 14 goals.

Offensive Leaders

Name               GAP

Jennifer Enos       135

Jonette Coquat       204

Logan Womack       204

About Drury
The Panthers split their first two games of the season last weekend. On Friday, Drury defeated Oral Roberts, 3-2, in double overtime when midfielder Becky Lins scored in the 117th minute of play. The Panthers lost their first game of the year Sunday to Oklahoma State, 4-0. Both games were played at home.

Drury, a member of the Missouri Valley Conference, and Oklahoma each have won a game in the all-time series.

In the previous match, OU set a school record for goals in a game (an 8-1 victory on Sept. 1, 1997, in Norman).

About SMU
Like the Sooners, Southern Methodist won its first two games of the year.

Last weekend, the Mustangs captured the Boilermaker Challenge Cup with victories over Miami(Ohio) and Purdue (both 2-1) in West Lafayette, Ind.

Forward Lorrie Tipton tallied a goal in each game and was named offensive MVP of the tournament.

SMU leads the series, 2-0, and won last year in Oklahoma's debut of its new facility, 1-0, on Sept. 8.

Facts and Figures
*OU has outscored its opponents, 7-0, in its first two games.

*Senior Megan Olsen has registered an assist in each match.

*Oral Roberts' two shots and one shot on goal were OU all-time opponent lows.

Home Game Promotions
The University of Oklahoma will be giving away team posters in Friday night's game against Drury. A limited number of posters will be available to the fans.