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Sophomore midfielder Shea Moyer scored the game-winning goal in the 80th minute of a rainy season opener at Jeffrey Field.
Erica Dambach's Nittany Lions return a solid combination of experience and young talent. They're ranked No. 4 to start the season.
"He's one of the best athletes on the team, and he and Trace are our best two leaders on the team," Terry Smith said of safety Nick Scott.
Anthony Whigan, one of the nation's top junior college prospects, committed to the Nittany Lions over Maryland, Pitt, and Oklahoma, among others.
ESPN released its ranking of the 50 best players in college football, with McSorley checking in as the nation's second overall quarterback.
Penn State corner Tariq Castro-Fields is primed for a breakout sophomore season after adopting a more physical style of play.
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