September 15, 20221st2ndFinal
OKLA47:00Leonie Weber
OKLA50:32Emma Hawkins (Alexis Washington )
OKLA61:04Sheridan Michel
OKLA66:22Bri Amos (Chelsea Wagner )
ETSU83:42Grace Eatz
OKLARamey, Olivia90:0013
ETSUBlair, Ashton90:0046
Stats at a GlanceOKLAETSU
Shots (on Goal)24 (10) 7 (4)
Corner Kicks104
Yellow Cards32
Bucs drop contest against Oklahoma, 4-1
Bucs drop contest against Oklahoma, 4-1
Thursday, September 15, 2022

ETSU ends non-conference schedule for the season  

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Sept. 15, 2022) – On Thursday night the ETSU women’s soccer team played its final non-conference game of the season, losing to Oklahoma 4-1. Hosting their second consecutive game, the Bucs scored a late goal in Summers-Taylor stadium to move to 2-3-2 on the season.


  • 47’ – Leonie Weber found the back of the net from the corner flag after taking a touch off the ETSU defender.
  • 50’ – Emma Hawkins scored from outside the box, assisted by Alexis Washington for the Sooners.
  • 61’ – Sheridan Michel scored from just outside the 18-yard box.
  • 66’ – Bri Amos put one away inside the box, assisted by Chelsea Wagner.
  • 84’ – Grace Eatz (Roswell, Ga.) scored her first collegiate goal.


  • A goalless first half was highlighted by the ETSU goalkeeper Ashton Blair (Knoxville, Tenn.) who recorded five saves in the period, from 13 total shots by the Sooners.
  • Freshman midfielder, Selena Wimbish (Chula Vista, Calif.) had an opportunity in the 20th minute which was saved by the Oklahoma goalkeeper.
  • Twenty minutes later, Sarah Connolly (Ballygowan, Northern Ireland) forced another saved by the Oklahoma goalkeeper.
  • Two minutes into the second half, Leonie Weber scored from a corner which took a touch by the Bucs.
  • In the 50th minutes the Sooners found the back of the net off the foot of Emma Hawkins.
  • Eleven minutes later Oklahoma added another goal by a shot from just outside the 18-yard box by Sheridan Michel.
  • In the 66th minute Bri Amos scored the final goal for the Sooners to give them the 4-0 advantage.
  • In the final minutes of the game, Eatz scored her first collegiate goal after a ball bounced in the 18-yard box, which she cleaned up to make it a 4-1 game.


  • The Bucs were outshot 24-7.
  • Defenders, Taylor Limprevil (Spring Hill, Tenn.) and Madi Hook (Fareham, England) were the only two Bucs to play all 90 minutes.
  • Oklahoma improved to 4-3-2 on the season.


The Bucs will open conference play next Friday when they host Furman, set for a 6 p.m. kickoff.