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High Scoring Leads Field Hockey To Wins

Penn State Field Hockey went on a scoring tear this past weekend, beating Iowa 5-3 and Monmouth 7-2.

Penn State won the Big 10 battle against Iowa, led by two goals from Hannah Allison. The Lions also converted well on four of their nine penalty corner chances. The win improved Penn State to 7-3 in the season and 2-1 in Big 10 play.

The offensive outburst continued Sunday with a win over Monmouth. Kelsey Amy was the dominating offensive player at this game; she scored 4 goals by herself, all in the first half of action. The Lions’ seven goal spree was the most goals they have scored in a game since 2005.

Penn State will be off until Friday when they travel to Michigan State to battle the Spartans in Big 10 action. Their next home game is not until Oct. 19.

Upcoming Schedule:

Oct. 8- at Michigan St. at 3:00 p.m.

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