2013 Women's Soccer
Women's Soccer - Fri, Aug. 10, 2012

Oklahoma City is picked to successfully defend its Sooner Athletic Conference women's soccer title, according to the SAC Women's Soccer Coaches' Poll released Friday.

 

OCU, which has won the last two regular season crowns, received seven of nine first-place votes and finished with 63 points.


 

"Everything is based upon what occurred last year," said OCU Coach Brian Harvey. "Hopefully we'll be able to live up to last year's standards. We will hope to steer clear of injuries to key players to have another successful campaign for the Stars."

 

The Drovers of USAO got the remaining two first-place votes for 58 points.

 

Oklahoma Baptist was third with 45 points, followed by John Brown with 40 and Rogers State with 37. Mid-America Christian is sixth in the poll with 34 points, Lubbock Christian is seventh at 24, Wayland Baptist eighth at 14 and St. Gregory's is ranked ninth with nine points.

 

SAC Women's Soccer Coaches' Poll Results

No.  School (first place votes)     Points        2011 Record

1      Oklahoma City (7)                63               17-3-2 (10-0-1)

2      USAO (2)                             58               15-6 (10-1)

3      Oklahoma Baptist                 45               7-10-2 (6-3-2)

4      John Brown                          40               8-8-2 (6-5)

5      Rogers State                         37               10-7-3 (6-4-1)

6      Mid-America Christian         34               12-7-1 (6-4-1)

7      Lubbock Christian                24               5-10-2 (3-6-2)

8      Wayland Baptist                   14               6-10-2 (1-8-2)          

9      St. Gregory's                        9                 1-17 (0-11)