Cowgirls At The NCAA Soccer Championship
Oklahoma State is 20-3-2 overall and was selected as No. 3 national seed after the Cowgirls won their third consecutive Big 12 Conference championship.
OSU is making its fifth consecutive NCAA Women's Soccer Championship appearance and the sixth in the program's 15-year history.
Oklahoma State advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship for the first time in program history Friday, and the Cowgirls will host Notre Dame in quarterfinal action Friday at 7 p.m. at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex with a berth in the 2010 Women's College Cup on the line.
OSU, a No. 3 national seed in the tourney, improved to 20-3-2 with its 2-0 win over Duke on Friday. The Cowgirls are 12-0-0 on their home field this season and 30-2-0 at home over the last three years.
Notre Dame (18-2-2) upset No. 1 national seed North Carolina, 4-1, Saturday in Chapel Hill to advance to the Elite Eight. The Fighting Irish are a No. 4 national seed and have advanced to the College Cup 11 times.
The 2010 Women's College Cup will be held at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., on Dec. 3-5.
On The Air & The Web
Fans wishing to follow the 2010 NCAA Women's Soccer Championship matches in Stillwater can do so in a variety of ways. Free live webcasts are available for on OKState.TV, while live stats are also available at okstate.com as well as ncaa.com. All Oklahoma State games will be carried live by Stillwater Radio.