Freshman Sarah Schupansky
scored on a golden goal just 30 seconds into overtime to give Pitt a 3-2 win at No. 16 Oklahoma State for its first win over a ranked opponent in 13 years.
Schupansky's first goal followed two assists in her collegiate debut in the 3-0 victory over Tulsa. The two wins gave the Panthers the BancFirst Cowgirl Soccer Invitational championship.
Schupansky was one of a half dozen newcomers Pitt head coach Randy Waldrum
"Ellie Coffield, Bri Hilsenteger and Sarah Schupansky all played with composure and looked like veterans. Emily Harrigan, Ashton Gordon, and Landy Mertz our transfers brought great experience and quality to us as well."
Schupansky is a Pittsburgh product, having played for the Riverhounds in the ECNL and North Allegheny High School. In 2020, She was named the best girls player in WPIAL.