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Cowgirls' unbeaten streak snapped at 13 games
by Paul Kennedy, October 23rd, 2010 1:33AM

TAGS:  college women


[TEXAS-OKLAHOMA STATE WOMEN] Texas ended No. 8 Oklahoma State’s 13-game unbeaten streak Friday night with a 1-0 win at Myers Stadium.
In a match that was a defensive struggle throughout, Kylie Doniak scored in the 64th minute to give the Longhorns (11-3-3) the win.

"We worked a lot on trying to get balls into our front players and playing off of them," said Texas coach Chris Petrucelli. "We didn’t have a lot of success with that in the first half.  We tried to get the ball in the second half, we talked about getting them high and getting them behind them a little bit more, and certainly with the wind, we were able to do that a little bit more in the second half.  The goal came off of us getting the ball behind them in a wide space and crossing."

Sophomore goalkeeper Alexa Gaul posted her eighth shutout of the season to keep the Cowgirls scoreless for just the third time this season.

21 Oklahoma State 7-1-0
21 Texas A&M 7-1-0
16 Nebraska 5-3-1
14 Texas 4-4-2
13 Texas Tech 4-3-1
13 Oklahoma 4-3-1
12 Missouri 4-4-0
9 Baylor  3-5-0
7 Colorado 2-5-1
3 Iowa State 1-7-0
3 Kansas 1-8-0

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