ISU soccer falls to Oklahoma on senior night, loses postseason hopes

Maddy Arnold

On senior night at the Cyclone Sports Complex, the ISU soccer team had to win to keep its postseason hopes alive.

Iowa State (10-10, 1-7 Big 12) fell to Oklahoma (7-8-4, 3-3-2 Big 12) 3-0 on Friday night and ended its chances for playing in the Big 12 tournament.

The Cyclones started off slow, allowing a goal in the third minute. Iowa State also gave up a goal right before halftime in the 44th minute. The final goal came in the 60th minute.

Junior goalkeeper Maddie Jobe concluded her season in front of the net on Friday, racking up eight saves on the night.

Sophomore defender Lindsay Frank was not able to play in the Oklahoma loss. She was suspended for accumulating five yellow cards this season.

Iowa State did set a single season attendance record in the 2012 season. It totaled 6,569 fans, shattering the previous record of 4,682 spectators set in 2008.