Following a successful 2020 fall schedule that was limited to conference-only matches due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Oklahoma State has scheduled seven games for the spring portion of its season.

The Cowgirls will play seven matches from February to April, with four of those scheduled in Stillwater at Neal Patterson Stadium. OSU will be seeking its fourth bid to the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship in the last five years; NCAA postseason play is scheduled to begin in late April and conclude with the NCAA Women’s College Cup in Cary, N.C. on May 13-17.

OSU opens the spring hosting Little Rock on Feb. 28 before consecutive road games at Saint Louis and North Texas. The Cowgirls then return home to play host to UTEP and Bedlam-rival Oklahoma to close out March.

The Cowgirls’ final two games pit them against Big 12 Conference champion TCU in Fort Worth on April 3 before concluding their schedule with a showdown against Notre Dame at Neal Patterson Stadium on April 10.

OSU posted a 6-2-1 record against Big 12 competition in the fall. The Cowgirls were led by five players who earned All-Big 12 recognition, including first-teamers Olyvia Dowell and Kim Rodriguez, and outscored their opponents by a 13-6 margin.


Date                            Opponent                  Location                     Time

Sun., Feb. 28               Little Rock                  Stillwater, Okla.          1 p.m.

Sat., March 6              at Saint Louis             St. Louis, Mo.              1 p.m.

Sun., March 14            at North Texas           Denton, Texas            1 p.m.

Sat., March 20            UTEP                           Stillwater, Okla.          1 p.m.

Sat., March 27             Oklahoma                   Stillwater, Okla.          7 p.m.

Sat., April 3                 at TCU                         Fort Worth, Texas      7 p.m.

Sat., April 10               Notre Dame                Stillwater, Okla.          Noon



April 23-May 9           NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship       TBD

May 13-17                    NCAA Women’s College Cup                       Cary, N.C.