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Thu Oct 17
vs. LeTourneau L, 3-1
Sat Oct 19
Final - 2OT
vs. East Tex. Baptist L, 1-0
Thu Oct 24
vs. Louisiana Col. W, 2-0
Sat Oct 26
Final - OT
vs. Belhaven W, 1-0
at Clarksville High School Soccer/Football Field
Fri Nov 01
vs. Texas-Dallas L, 2-0
November 11, 2019 Six Women's Soccer Players Named All-Conference Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks women’s soccer team had six players receive All-Conference honors from the American Southwest Conference, it was announced Monday, November 11.
November 5, 2019 Star Goalkeeper Kiara Henry One Of The Best Clarksville, Ark.-At first glance, Kiara Henry, with her soft-spoken demeanor and effortless, engaging smile, doesn’t appear to be one of the most competitive and accomplished student-athletes on the University of the Ozarks campus. But that’s exactly what she is.
November 1, 2019 Texas Dallas Women Spoil Eagles Playoff Opportunity Clarksville, Ark.-Texas Dallas kept the Eagles off the scoreboard and spoiled their playoff chances with a 2-0 win on Senior Day. The Eagles finished tied for eighth place with East Texas Baptist and Concordia in the conference standings, but lost the tie-breaker to both teams. The Comets scored a goal in each half while keeping the Eagles offense in check. The Comets scored in the 14th minute and got an insurance goal in the 89th minute. The Eagles five seniors - Madison Chaney, Kiara Henry, Brittany Holt, Rebecca McCarron and Micaela Winters - were honored as part of Senior Day following the match.
October 28, 2019 Kiara Henry Named ASC Player Of The Week Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks senior goalkeeper Kiara Henry was named the American Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.
October 26, 2019 Breezie Davis Scores Memorable Game-WInner Clarksville, Ark.The Eagles won their second straight match behind a memorable goal from Breezie Davis 45 seconds into overtime. Davis was able to break free from the Belhaven defense and position herself 20 yards out in front of the goal and buried the game-winner. Belhaven owned a 6-1 shots advantage in both the first and second half, but it was Ozarks that had the biggest shot of the match. Playing in wet and rainy conditions, goalkeeper Kiara Henry fought off six shots on goal. With her first collegiate goal, Davis was swarmed on the field after netting the game-winner.
October 24, 2019 Women's Soccer Team Takes Care Of Business Against Louisiana College The Eagles took care of business in their match against Louisiana College scoring twice in the first half in a 2-0 American Southwest Conference win. Gisselle Estrada and Skylar Brown scored within a twenty-second span to give the Eagles a 2-0 advantage. From there, Kiara Henry and the defense kept the Wildcats off the board to post a shutout. The Eagles could have done more damage as Estrada and Brown were on the attack all afternoon. Estrada accounted for four shots and Brown had five. In all, the Eagles had 19 shots, with 11 of those on frame to keep the Wildcat goalkeeper busy. Henry had six saves. The win also avenges a tough double overtime loss to the Wildcats last season.