Sunday’s quarterfinal round of the 24th annual Big 12 Soccer Championship at Swope Soccer Village saw four women's programs punch their tickets to the semifinals, which will take place Friday ahead of the championship match on Sunday afternoon.
Top-seeded Oklahoma State, No. 5 seed Kansas, second-seeded Texas Tech and No. 6 seed TCU all prevailed by slim margins in the opening round, setting up a semifinal doubleheader that pits Oklahoma State and Kansas at 4:30 p.m. CT and Texas Tech versus TCU at 7 p.m. CT. Both semifinal matches will be shown live on Big 12 Now on ESPN+, with Sunday’s championship airing live nationally on FS1 at 12:30 p.m. CT.
Single-day passes for the Big 12 Soccer Championship are on sale for $5, and fans interested in attending can purchase tickets by emailing Zach Layton at the Kansas City Sports Commission at email@example.com.
2019 Big 12 Soccer Championship
Nov. 3, 8 and 10 | Swope Soccer Village | Kansas City, Mo.
|Sunday, Nov. 3|
|Game 1||No. 1 Oklahoma State 2, No. 8 Oklahoma 1 (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||Full Recap|
|Game 2||No. 5 Kansas 2, No. 4 West Virginia 0 (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||Full Recap|
|Game 3||No. 2 Texas Tech 1, No. 7 Baylor 0 (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||Full Recap|
|Game 4||No. 3 Texas 0, No. 6 TCU 0 (1-3 in PKs) (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||Full Recap|
|Friday, Nov. 8|
|Game 5||No. 1 Oklahoma State vs. No. 5 Kansas (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||4:30 p.m. CT|
|Game 6||No. 2 Texas Tech vs. No. 6 TCU (Big 12 Now on ESPN+)||7:00 p.m. CT|
|Sunday, Nov. 10|
|Game 7||Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6 (FS1)||12:30 p.m. CT|
No. 1 Oklahoma State 2, No. 8 Oklahoma 1
The Big 12 regular season champions faced a first-half deficit after Oklahoma took the lead through Erika Middleton, but Oklahoma State rallied in the second stanza to claim a 2-1 victory. The Cowgirls leveled terms on a Gabriella Coleman strike before Jaci Jones bagged the game-winner in the 81st minute.
No. 5 Kansas 2, No. 4 West Virginia 0
The Jayhawks used two goals inside the first 30 minutes to sink the Mountaineers and reach the semifinals for the first time since 2015. Katie McClure opened the scoring in the 17th mintue and Isabella Cavalcante doubled Kansas' advantage on the half-hour mark to seal a momentous triumph against a West Virginia side that had won four of the last six conference tournament titles.
No. 2 Texas Tech 1, No. 7 Baylor 0
Kirsten Davis' strike in the 22nd minute proved to be the match-winner as Texas Tech edged Baylor in a cagey battle that produced just 12 total shot attempts. The Red Raiders are set to make their fifth semifinal appearance in their last seven seasons and will hope to replicate their success of winning the tournament in 2015.
No. 3 Texas 0, No. 6 TCU 0 (1-3 in PKs)
TCU reached the semifinals for the fourth time in program history after nipping rivals Texas 3-1 in a penalty shootout following a scoreless draw. Despite both teams combining for 45 shots, including 13 on frame, the game ended 0-0 and was decided in a shootout that saw Yazmeen Ryan, Grace Collins and Maddy Warren convert for the victorious Horned Frogs.