- Trailing 2-0 in the second period, Cleveland State rallied to earn a 2-2 draw
- Rylee Bussen scored her first career goal at the 70:58 mark of the second period
- Grace Krosky scored her first career goal at 86:26 to tie the match
- Stevie Holbrook made five saves in net for Cleveland State
The Vikings fell behind 2-0 when Sophie Wilsey netted her second goal of the match at the 52:42 mark of the second period, but Cleveland State would find an answer.
Bussen scored her first career goal off a set piece. Lina Feltovich took the kick and Bussen scored on the receiving end to trim the lead to 2-1 at the 70:58 mark of the second period.
Cleveland State, which is 3-6-3 overall and 1-2-1 in the Horizon League, tied the match at the 86:26 mark of the second period when Krosky found a loose ball in front of the cage and beat Jaimie Leas for the tying goal.
Stevie Holbrook, who made five saves, made a pair of outstanding saves to keep the match deadlocked.
Oakland, which is 3-5-2 overall and 1-1-1 in the Horizon League, got a pair of goals from Wilsey and owned a 14-10 advantage in shots.
The Vikings return to action on Saturday (Oct. 12) when they visit Northern Kentucky in a Horizon League match.