Match Recap: Tulsa SC vs. SouthStar FC

Match Recap: Tulsa SC vs. SouthStar FC

Tulsa SC Earns First Victory Of Season

It was all Tulsa SC tonight as they faced SouthStar FC in their 2nd home match of the 2022 Women's Premier League Season. Tulsa SC held most of the possession throughout the match. Tulsa saw its first opportunity early in the first half in the 3rd minute when Kyler Goins crossed the ball, giving Tulsa SC an opportunity to score, but would trail out for a goalkick. Six minutes later, it would be Tulsa SC again with another look on goal as Bri Amos fired a shot that would be collected by the SouthStar FC keeper. Tulsa SC would continue to see a handful of opportunities and shots on goal, but in the 33rd minute it would be Jordan Frederick who would finally put one in the back of the net to put Tulsa SC up on the scoreboard. SouthStar FC would try to get themselves on the board when they fired a shot in the 32nd minute but would be saved by goalkeeper Reagan Beeding. Tulsa SC would head into the half up 1-0 over Southstar FC.

 

At the start of the second half, Tulsa SC showed that they were not letting down and were still on the hunt for more. In the opening minutes of the second half, Tulsa SC would find an opportunity from Hannah Chance, but trailed wide of the goal. Tulsa SC goalkeeper Raegan Beeding had a phenomenal save in the 48th minute to keep Tulsa SC up 1-0. Tulsa SC would have many more opportunities before they would see their next goal coming from Maddie Tokarchik in the 70th minute. Seven minutes would tick on by when Tulsa SC saw its third goal of the night by way of defender Grace Pettet. Tulsa SC would lead SouthStar FC 3-0. As the time clicked off and we headed into stoppage time, Tulsa SC was still all gas as Maddie Tokarchik scored the final goal of the match, giving Tulsa SC a 4-0 win. This is the first win of the season for Tulsa SC and a great match to boost their confidence heading into the second half of league play.

 

"It's nice to finally have all the pieces come together in a game. During the first three games of the season, we had plenty of opportunities to take wins away from those we just unfortunately couldn’t finish and make those plays. Tonight we were finally able to put those pieces together and give us the win we have been waiting for." said Coach Aaron Crouch.

  

What’s next?

Tulsa SC will be back in action next Saturday, June 18th for its second match vs. FC Dallas  at home. Saturday’s home match is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 P.M. where the first 100 kids in attendance will receive a mini-soccer ball giveaway item. Season tickets are on sale and can be purchased by visiting: www.tulsasc.com