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Penn State Athletics Roundup—October 30

Writeup courtesy of George Perez

Football (No. 10):

The No. 10 Nittany Lions defeated the Hoosiers of Indiana 33-24 this past Saturday. The win moved the team to 7-1 on the year. Drew Allar threw for 210 yards and 3 touchdowns in the win, including a touchdown pass to Keandre Lambert-Smith. Smith led the team in receiving yards this past weekend, recording 96 total yards on 6 receptions. 19 different members of the Penn State defense recorded tackles throughout the course of the game, and the defense also recorded a safety to help seal the Penn State win. The team travels to Maryland this coming weekend and is looking to steal a win on the road.

Women’s Hockey (No. 15):

The No. 15 Women’s Hockey team swept Syracuse in their weekend series, outscoring Syracuse 10-4. Kendall Butze led the team on Saturday night, scoring 2 out of the 4 that propelled the team to their first win of the series. The team followed up Saturday night’s win with another on Sunday. The team combined for 6 total goals, including Stella Retrum scoring her first collegiate goal. Penn State Goalie, Josie Bothun, recorded 46 saves and only allowed 4 goals in the two games.

Men’s Hockey (No. 15):

The No. 15 Men’s Hockey Team split their weekend series against the University of Alaska-Anchorage winning their first game and dropping the second. The first game resulted in a 2-1 win over Alaska, but despite their best efforts, the team could not complete the comeback in the second game losing 5-6. After this weekend, the team carries a record of 5-2 into their weekend series against Notre Dame.

Women’s Soccer (No. 6):

The No. 6 Women’s Soccer team took down the No. 24 Indiana Hoosiers in the quarterfinal round of the B1G tournament. The win came after Kaitlyn MacBean, Eva Alonso, and Amelia White all found the back of the net in the team’s first tournament game. Goalkeeper, Katherine Asman, tallied her eighth shutout of the season and the twenty-sixth of her career. The win improved Penn State’s record against Indiana to 30-1-3 since the two first played each other in 1994. The team is taking on the Iowa Hawkeyes on Thursday in the semifinal round of the tournament.

Men’s Soccer:

The Men’s Soccer team played two games this past week. The first resulted in a 3-0 win against Detroit Mercy, and the second was a 1-1 tie against Wisconsin. The 3-0 win came on the heels of Femi Awodesu, Peter Mangione, and Matthew Henderson. Henderson’s goal marked the first of his collegiate career. The tie with Wisconsin secured Penn State’s title as the Regular Season B1G Champion. This is their second title in 3 years, and it enabled the team to earn the No. 2 seed heading into the B1G tournament.

Women’s Volleyball (No. 13):

The No. 13 Women’s Volleyball team played 2 games last week against both Michigan and Michigan State. The first game of the week resulted in a 3-1 win against Michigan. Camryn Hannah had 20 kills in the match, leading the team to their big win over Michigan. Following suit with a big performance was Jess Mruizk. In her return to her home state, she recorded a double-double with 18 kills and 11 digs. Unfortunately, after their win in Ann Arbor, the team took a loss to Michigan State in East Lansing.

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