On a steamy afternoon, Kansas fell to Oklahoma State by a score of 3-1 at Neal Patterson Stadium. An early goal in the 8th minute by sophomore Brie Severns was not enough as OSU responded with three unanswered goals the rest of the match.
Kansas (5-5-1) will be looking for their first Big 12 win of the season when they take on Oklahoma State on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. CT at Neal Patterson Stadium. The contest will be available on Big 12 Now on ESPN+ and fans can follow live stats online.
Kansas (5-3-1) will play their second of four consecutive road contests on Sunday afternoon. The Jayhawks will take on No. 19 Harvard at 12 p.m. CT at Jordan Field. Kansas will debut their new powder blue uniforms.
Jayhawk senior soccer player Rylan Childers’ path to collegiate soccer and Kansas could have possibly been predicted early in her life. Rylan, one of seven children, has always been around the soccer pitch. Her father, Brad, also coached her throughout her youth career. Family has always taken precedence in her college career.
Kansas sophomore Shira Elinav will be taking a brief break from KU soccer and traveling to Israel this week to play on the Israeli women's national team. She will train with the squad and be a part of the team for their World Cup qualifier match against Portugal on September 19.
A pair of Cougars goals in the first half spelled doom for Kansas soccer as the Jayhawks fell to Washington State 3-0, Sunday afternoon at Rock Chalk Park. KU was outshot for just the third time this season, 13-6, including 9-2 shots on goal.
Kansas soccer (4-2-1) concludes its two-match homestand when it plays host to Washington State (3-1-1) Sunday, Sept. 12, at 1 p.m. at Rock Chalk Park. The contest will be televised on Big 12 NOW on ESPN+ and the game can be heard on the Jayhawk Sports Network.