Saturday at 7 p.m. marks free admission for fans.
-- The 2012 Oklahoma soccer team faces its first and only test of the preseason as it hosts Tulsa on Saturday, Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. The exhibition game at John Crain Field at the OU Soccer Complex is free and open to the public.
It marks the first game in the Matt Potter era, who took over as head coach of the program in late December after nine years and three NCAA appearances at Washington State.
"We are excited to get started and go up against someone other than ourselves on Saturday," said Potter. "It's also a great chance for fans to catch a sneak peak of the team and take in the atmosphere at our beautiful facility."
The matchup with Tulsa is just one of the few days that the Sooners receive to prepare for the season opener at home on Aug. 17 against Nebraska (7 p.m.). Potter and company reported to camp on Aug. 1.
The 2012 Sooners return all but two starters from last season's team, including three-year starters Kelsey Devonshire (GK) and Katharine Nutman (MF).
OU plays 10 of its 19 regular season games at home this season. The season opener against Nebraska is the first of four played in Norman to begin the season. The homestand also includes LSU, Vanderbilt and Nicholls State.
Season tickets are on sale now for purchase online
and by phone (800-456-GoOU). Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children and senior citizens. Single-game tickets go on sale Aug. 7 and will also be available at the gate the day of the game.