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Penn State Women’s Soccer Remains Ranked No. 4 In United Soccer Coaches Poll

Penn State women’s soccer locked in the No. 4 spot in the nation for the second week in a row, United Soccer Coaches announced Tuesday.

The Nittany Lions remain undefeated through 10 games, including two ranked opponents.

Erica Dambach and Co. picked up two conference wins over Rutgers and Nebraska in its most recent outings, highlighted by goals from Payton Linnehan, Amelia White, and Cori Dyke.

Katherine Asman registered a 0.935 save percentage so far this season and has only given up three goals more than midway through the regular season.

North Carolina, Florida State, and Stanford fell ahead of the Nittany Lions in the rankings, while UCLA rounded out the top five.

Indiana and Michigan are the only other Big Ten squads to breach the top 25, and Michigan State received votes.

In its next matchup, Penn State will take on Michigan at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 28, in Ann Arbor.

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