Clarksville, Ark.--The Lady Eagles dropped their home-opener to NAIA Oklahoma City University on Friday afternoon in non-conference action at Hurie Soccer Field.
The Lady Eagles (0-2-0) were unable to overcome a 6-0 deficit at halftime and ended the match with a 10-1 loss. Oklahoma City University (1-0-0) scored four goals within a 14-minute span in first half play to put the match away early. Ozarks would make the contest 5-1 on a Lindy Swatzell goal in the 39th minute. Swatzell blew past two defenders on a pass from Marissa Andrade to gain her first goal of the season. Swatzell’s goal also had some historical significance, as she becomes the school’s All-Time leader in career goals with 22. Prior to Friday’s match, Swatzell was tied with Lisa Hilton with 21 goals on Ozarks All-Time career goal list. Swatzell and Jessalyn Halsted each had two shots apiece to lead Ozarks. The Lady Eagles will host Hendrix College on September 7 at 2 p.m.