It’s almost tournament time for KU Women’s Soccer, and the Jayhawks are coming in strong. Ahead of their last regular season game in Norman against Oklahoma, the Jayhawks are 15-3-0 overall ranked 17th. Where at the beginning of the season it was the powerful offense and tremendous scoring instinct of Liana Salazar, it is now all about the top 20 defense for the Jayhawks. Salazar still sits in 40th in the nation in scoring with 11 goals and four assists. Her 26 points is 10 more than the nearest Lady Jayhawk, and her dominance won’t stop against the weak Sooner defense. Kansas puts up nearly two goals per game, good for 64th in the nation,…
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