Oklahoma City Remains Unbeaten with Shutout of Tulsa Spirit; Headed for Showdown with FC Dallas

Ivana Rivas, Jade Ovendale and Jaci Jones scored goals for Oklahoma City FC as they scored a 3-0 win over the Tulsa Spirit at ORU’s Case Field on Friday.  The win raised Oklahoma City FC’s record to 3-0-1 in the Women’s Premier Soccer League Southwest Conference. Tulsa falls to 2-3.
Rivas had the only score of the first half and Ovendale and Jones scored in the first 20 minutes of the second half.  Jordan Burbank recorded her second straight shutout in goal for Oklahoma City FC.
Oklahoma City FC heads to Frisco, TX Saturday night for a showdown with fellow unbeaten FC Dallas.
                                                        1st 2nd Final
Oklahoma City FC ( 3-0-1)           1       2     3
Tulsa Spirit  (2-3)                         0        0     0


Oklahoma City FC Finishes Weekend Sweep With 8-0 Win Over Texas Titans

Jaclyn Purvine score three goals and added an assist as Oklahoma City FC cruised to an 8-0 win over the Texas Titans in a  WPSL Southwest Conference match. Jade Ovendale and Meghan McMahon Black each had two goals as an assist, as Oklahoma City FC improved to 2-0-1 on the season.
Oklahoma City FC score five first half goals, with Samantha Barnett joining Purvine, Black and Ovendale in the scoring column. Purvine had two goals and Ovendale one in the second half. 
Next up for Oklahoma City FC is a visit to Oral Roberts University Friday night to take on the Tulsa Spirit. 
                                                                              1st                    2nd            Final
Texas Titans          (0-3-0)                                   0                       0               0
Oklahoma City FC (2-0-1)                                   5                       3               8
Goals – Oklahoma City FC –  Jade Ovendate 17′ (asst. Megan Black), Black 20′ (asst. Dria Hampton), Samantha Barnett 30′ (asst. Kenzi Bice), Jaclyn Purvine 33′, Black 39′ (asst. Purvine), Purvine 69′ (asst. Ovendale), Purvine 76′, Ovendale 90′ (asst. Barnett) 
              
Saves-  Oklahoma City FC – Jordan Burbank 1
              Texas Titans – Heidi Vargas 2, Cody Johnson 1

Oklahoma City FC Wins Home Opener, 4-1, over Houston South Select

 Defending WPSL regional champions Oklahoma City FC got goals from four different players en route to a 4-1 win over Houston South Select in their WPSL season opener at Lakeview Field in Yukon.

Meghan McMahon Black put the home team on the board in the fifth minute on a feed by Jaclyn Purvine. Oklahoma City FC took a 2-0 when Pamela Caballeros converted a penalty kick at 39′. That lead held up until 52′ when Houston South Select’s Courtney Chadney-Molero, a Univesity of Tulsa product, scored on a penalty kick. Goalkeeper Jordan Burbank held off Houston South Select from that point, and Oklahoma City FC added two late goals from Kat Mundy and Alissa Jones to seal the victory.

Oklahoma City FC is now 1-0-1 on the season and will remain home to host the Texas Titans at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are five dollars at the gate. Children 12 and under are admitted free.

Goals – Oklahoma City FC – Megan Black 5′ (asst. Jaclyn Purvine), Pamela Caballeros 39′ (PK), Kat Mundy 89′ (asst. Alissa Jones), A. Jones 90+’ (asst. Ashton England)
Houston South Select – Courtney Chadney-Molero 52′ (PK)
Saves- Oklahoma City FC – Jordan Burbank 2
Houston South Select – Madison Raines 2

Oklahoma City FC Hosts First Home Games of the 2016 WPSL Sesason

Defending WPSL regional champions Oklahoma City FC opens the home portion of their WPSL season Saturday and Sunday at Lakeview Field Yukon (872 S. Yukon Parkway). The 2015 Final Four participants take on Houston South Select at 1 p.m. Saturday and Texas Titans at 2 p.m. Sunday. The team opened the WPSL season on the road last weekend with a 0-0 draw against the Texas Spurs.

Oklahoma City FC is competing in the newly formed Southwest Conference, which includes teams from Austin, Dallas, Houston, Nacogdoches and Tulsa. The WPSL is the largest women’s elite amateur league in the world, with more than 100 teams across North America.

Tickets are five dollars at the gate and admission is free for children 12 and under.

Oklahoma City FC Names Coaches

OKLAHOMA CITY FC NAMES COACHES FOR 2016 WPSL SEASON

Zach Bice and Evan Dresel have been named co-head coaches for Oklahoma City FC. The two serve in the same capacity for both the men’s and women’s teams at Mid-America Christian University during the collegiate season.

Oklahoma City FC reached the WPSL National Championship Playoffs last season and this year will be competing in the newly formed Southwest Conference, which includes teams from Austin, Dallas, Houston, Nacogdoches and Tulsa. The WPSL is the largest women’s elite amateur league in the world, with more than 100 teams across North America.

Bice has been the coach at MACU for 10 years, leading the men’s team to the NCCAA national tournament in 2013 and the women’s team to the NCAA nationals in 2014. A native of Moore, Bice played for Norman Celtic and Moore High School. He was an All-State selection his senior year. He holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership Administration from MACU.

Dresel has been at MACU for nine years, six as co-head coach. A graduate of Mustang High School, he completed his playing career at Southern Nazarene University in 2006. While at SNU he was a 2006 first team All-Conference selection and a member of the 2005  NAIA Final Four team. Dresel was also the head coach at Mount St. Mary High School in Oklahoma City.

Ike Emegano will return as assistant coach and Nathan Doll, assistant coach at Oklahoma City University, will also be on the staff.

Oklahoma City FC will open the season May 28 at Pines 1779 on the campus of Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, TX. The first home match for Oklahoma City FC will be Saturday, June 4 at Lakeview Field in Yukon.

ZACH BICE

ZACH BICE

EVAN DRESEL

EVAN DRESEL