LINCOLN — Nebraska goalkeeper Aubrei Corder stopped Ivanna Rivas’ shot with 30 seconds remaining in the second overtime Friday, earning her fourth save and preserving a 0-0 draw against Oklahoma at Hibner Stadium.

Corder earned her first shutout of the season as Nebraska held off an Oklahoma offense that outshot the Huskers 13-8.

Nebraska (1-3-2) continued to struggle offensively, failing to score for the second straight game and the fourth time overall.

The Huskers haven’t found the net in their last 214:55, dating to Sinclaire Miramontez’s second-half goal in a win over Long Beach State last Friday.

The Huskers had a chance early in the second overtime, but Ashley’s Zugay’s shot was saved by Megan McClay.

The Huskers will host Gonzaga at 1:05 p.m. Sunday.

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