No. 3 FH Outlast No. 14 N’Western, 4-3

Sept. 22, 2017

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UNIVERSTIY PARK, Pa. – Penn State hold on for a 4-3 win vs. No. 14 Northwestern Friday during Field hockey Complex night after scoring a game-winning idea in a 69th-minute to pierce to 8-1 on a year.

“We know Northwestern never gives up…they’re unequivocally rival and they’re so good coached that they keep entrance back,” pronounced conduct manager Charlene Morett-Curtiss.

“We kept a goals for a diversion unequivocally simple. Possession, keep it simple.Individual defense, we have to stay on a play, stay on a ball. And a third idea was to finish in a circle, and again we had so many chances in a round in a initial half it was a lot like a Delaware diversion where a round was right in front of a idea and we only couldn’t knock it in. we consider with us infrequently we get over concerned around a enclosure and we consider we got overanxious on defense, we consider we got overanxious in both instances on a margin today. we unequivocally suspicion they had good energy, we had a good week of use and got a legs behind underneath us and hopefully, we’ll be prepared for Sunday,” Morett-Curtiss continued.

Penn State (8-1, 2-0) scored a game-winning idea in a final notation of law off a hang of Moira Putsch who tapped in a shot from Kaite Dembrowski on a chastisement corner. 

Up until that point, any group had scored 3 goals every with a Penn State goals entrance from Shay Cannon in a fifth-minute, Putsch in a 38th-minute and Aurelia Meijer in a 46th-minute with all Nittany Lion goals entrance on chastisement corners.

The 1-1 tie during halftime incited into a scoring diversion tied during 3-3 with a notation on a time before Putsch scored on a aforementioned game-winning goal.

The 3 goals scored by No. 14 Northwestern (6-4, 1-1) is a many a Nittany Lions have surrendered to an competition in 2017 entering a diversion averaging a NCAA eight-best 0.88 goals per diversion by 8 contests.

Penn State will be behind in movement Sunday, Sept. 24 during 12 p.m. when a Nittany Lions horde No. 9 Michigan in their annual Pink Game during Field Hockey Complex.

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