NORMAN, Okla. - Kansas volleyball dropped its second consecutive Big 12 match on Saturday afternoon, falling to Oklahoma, 3-0 (30-24, 30-20, 27-30, 30-17) at McCasland Field House. The Jayhawks are now 0-2 in the Big 12 and 7-5 overall after the defeat, while the Sooners improved to 9-2 and 2-0 in the Big 12.
Freshman Jenna Kaiser
Brown was KU's biggest presence on the defensive side, totaling a team high 11 digs and five block assists. Sophomore Katie Martincich
In the first game of the afternoon, the lead changed hands twelve times as the Jayhawks held a 21-20 advantage after back-to-back kills by Brown and Savannah Noyes
KU bounced back to take an early lead in game two, 8-7, but after another strong run by the Sooners, Oklahoma led 23-15 and held on to win, 30-20.
With Oklahoma just four points away from sweeping the Jayhawks, Martincich set up a Brown kill to break a 26-26 tie. Moments later, Brown set up sophomore Brittany Williams' game-winning kill as Kansas took game three, 30-27 to extend the match.
Kansas could not repeat their performance from game three as they fell into a 20-13 hole in the fourth game and were unable to climb out of it as Oklahoma walked off with a 30-17 victory.
Kansas will look to capture their first Big 12 win in Columbia, Mo. next Wednesday, September 19 as they take on the Missouri Tigers at 6:30 p.m. Live stats will be available at www.kuathletics.com