OLLU had two big games on Sunday afternoon as they managed two extra-time wins against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma at the OLLU campus.
For the women it was the second consecutive match they were forced to come from behind as they managed a 3-2 win in extra-time.
OLLU started well with plenty of opportunities but despite that it was USAO who took the lead in the 18th minute thanks to a goal from Jade Ovendale.
Both teams fought hard for the rest of the half with OLLU managing four shots on goal but Addie Lee was on top of her game in the Drovers goal to keep it 1-0 at the break.
The Saints came out from half-time determined to get in front as they continued to have plenty of chances but continued to be denied by Lee before they finally equalized in the 69th minute as Stephanie Diaz was found by Victoria Vazquez and found the back of the net
That was short lived though as Lisa Addo was able to get around her defender and managed a goal to retake the lead with just 18 minutes remaining.
With just four minutes remaining OLLU got back on level terms and sent the match to extra-time as Vazquez managed to score, this time a stunner from outside the box.
As extra-time started OLLU managed five straight shots before getting their opportunity from the spot after a penalty which allowed Vazquez to step up and seal her brace and the match as she slotted it right down the middle.
The men also managed an extra-time win as they defeated USAO 2-1 in the second match of the double header, defeating the No. 10 ranked side.
It was a defensive first half as both teams struggled to create chances with only two chances each but OLLU broke through to take the lead early.
Robert Alexe was able to find Elias Cortes in some space allowing him to break through the Drovers defense and hit the ball past the keeper for the opener.
In the final moments of the first half USAO were able to equalize as Liam Madden was able to find Nat Scot who equalized.
The defensive attitude continued in to the second half until the door really opened up for OLLU in the 72nd minute as Perry Sansford was shown a straight red for excessive force.
Despite The Saints having the extra man they were unable to find a winner as they worked hard with the match going to extra-time.
It took just one play in extra-time for OLLU to in the match as Cortes found Giovanni Sierra to put the ball in to the back of the net.
The results leave both of OLLU's Soccer teams with a 2-0 record to open their seasons as they look to have another good year, looking to get to the NAIA tournament.