A flurry of injuries in the past weeks have plagued the Oklahoma State soccer team.
The injuries continued to pile up as Baylor defeated the Cowgirls 1-0 on Friday in Waco, Texas.
Going into the match, the Cowgirls (10-4-1 overall, 2-3-1 Big 12) already had to create a new plan of action without forward Marlo Zoller.
Seventeen minutes into the match, forward Haley Woodard went down with an injury. Woodard didn't return for the rest of the match.
The first 20 minutes marked a neck-and-neck match. In the 23rd minute, Baylor's Camryn Wendlandt capitalized, scoring her sixth goal of the season.
For the rest of the match, the Cowgirls could not fight back.
In the second half, the Bears (12-4, 5-1) outshot OSU 13-3.
Midfielder Hannah Webb joined the injury club when she left the game in the 75th minute.
The loss to Baylor was the Cowgirls' third straight match to drop.
OSU returns to action next Friday at home against West Virginia.