In a back-and-forth offensive battle, Penn State Women's Soccer could only convert one of its 20 shots in their loss to Texas A&M.
Emotions were running high today, with the seniors stepping foot onto the field at Beaver Stadium one final time. Despite the student section, and the entire stadium for that matter, filling in way below capacity, the Nittany Lions came out to roaring cheers from those in attendance.
Following Saturday's loss, Christian Hackenberg remained positive, and looked forward to Penn State's future.
After nine years of finishing the regular season with an above .500 record, the Nittany Lions finally finished 6-6, just scraping out their first bowl eligible season since 2011. It certainly wasn't a pretty season, and it while it easily could have ended with a few more wins had a few plays gone differently, the record is about representative of the team's play. While Saturday's loss wasn't the same as most of the close heartbreakers this team has suffered, it too was fairly representative of the season. From missed opportunities, to questionable calls, here are our takeaways from this game.
Four star quarterback prospect Jake Zembiec has announced his commitment to Penn State over Michigan State.
Can't make the game? Follow along with the Live Blog of today's Senior Day showdown against Michigan State.
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