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Field Hockey Finishes Regular Season Strong

Penn State Field Hockey finished up a strong regular season in style with a 4-2 win over Northwestern this past Friday. The win gave the #9 ranked Nittany Lions a 13-4 regular season record.

Kelsey Amy was on fire all day long, scoring all the goals in her second four-goal performance of the season. Jessica Longstreth was right alongside her, leading the offensive charge as she recorded all four assists.

The Lions started slow offensively, not knocking in their first goal until 22:41 minutes into the game. But, in the next eight minutes, the Lions put the game away with two more goals by Amy.

While Penn State only held a 9-8 edge in shots on goal, their efficient offensive play gave them the win.

Penn State is now ranked third in the Big 10 standings, and final seedings for next week’s Big 10 tournament come out Saturday.

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Big Ten tournament at Northwestern (begins next Thursday)

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