Penn State Women’s Soccer Falls Two Spots To No. 6 In United Soccer Coaches Poll
Penn State women’s soccer dropped two spots to No. 6 in the most recent United Soccer Coaches poll, the organization announced. The fall comes after the team suffered its first loss of the season to then-No. 21 Wisconsin on Sunday.
Despite the drop, Penn State is still the highest-ranked Big Ten team, with No. 12 Michigan State, No. 16 Wisconsin, No. 19 Nebraska, and No. 24 Indiana rounding out the top 25.
The Nittany Lions were ranked No. 10 in the TopDrawerSoccer Poll, also a two-spot drop from last week.
A late goal by Wisconsin’s Ashley Martinez gave Penn State its first loss of the season and brought its overall record to 12-1-4. The Nittany Lions will look to bounce back in their next game at 1 p.m. on October 29 at Jeffery Field against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
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