2013: In her first season with the Drovers, Ovendale quickly became USAO’s top forward. She started in every game of the season, collecting 18 total goals and seven assists — leading the team in both categories. She also led the team in points (43), shots (91) and shots on goal (47). She recorded game-winning goals in the team’s first four wins of the season. She is fifth in school history in single-season goals and in game-winners. For her efforts, she was named Sooner Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year and All-SAC First Team. During the summer of 2014, Ovendale played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
2011-12: At Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Ovendale earned the Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year awards in 2011-12. She also became the record-holder of most goals in a career. She helped her team come in seventh place in the national tournament.
High School: Before attending NOC, Ovendale earned the Football Recognition Award while playing back home in England.
Interesting Fact: Proud owner of gray hair since the age of 16
Advice to Freshmen: Enjoy the opportunity