12 Oct Nittany Lions Host Indiana on ESPNU
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State women’s soccer team hosts Indiana Wednesday night at Jeffrey Field at 7 p.m. ET. The game will be on national television as the Nittany Lions and Hoosiers square off on ESPNU.
Date: Wednesday, October 13 | 7 p.m. ET
Location: Jeffrey Field
Series History: PSU, 27-1-2 | Last Meeting: April 11, 2021 – PSU W, 3-1
Penn State Breakdown
Record: 8-5-0, 1-4-0
Top Goal Scorers: Sam Coffey – 7 goals
Top Assists: Sam Coffey – 5 assists
Last time out
Led by Sam Coffey’s first half hat trick, the Penn State women’s soccer team topped Maryland 5-1 on Friday night at Jeffrey Field. It is the second time this season a Nittany Lion has recorded a hat trick in the first half of a match.
Ally Schlegel and Rachel Wasserman also scored in the win.
Last time vs. Indiana (Spring 2021)
Redshirt sophomore Ally Schlegel scored her Big Ten leading tenth and eleventh goals in Penn State’s 3-1 win over Indiana on Sunday afternoon. With Penn State winning its 10th game on Sunday, the Nittany Lions have double digit wins in all 27 seasons in program history. The Nittany Lions improved to 27-1-2 all-time against Indiana with Sunday’s win.
Record: 9-2-3, 3-1-2
Top Goal Scorers: Paige Webber – 5 Goals
Top Assists: Jen Blitlock – 4 Assists
Last time out for Maryland
In the 43rd minute of the game the Hoosiers got a free kick off a Northwestern foul. Anna Aehling sent a pass into the box to Megan Wampler who jumped above the goalkeeper and played a header into the back of the net for the goal in the 1-0 win.
Sam Coffey now has 41 goals and 50 assists in her career, joining the elite group of just 50 members in NCAA Division I soccer to eclipse 40 goals and 40 assists in their career. Also on that list are Penn State alum Christie Welsh and current Penn State Associate Head Coach Ann Cook.
Coffey now has 133 points in her career.
The 5-1 win over Maryland was the first time Penn State has scored five goals since its 5-0 win over Alabama St. last spring in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (4/28/21).
Penn State is now 7-0 when it scores at least two goals.
The Penn State women’s soccer season is presented by the Smeal College of Business.
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