Selinsgrove, Pa.- The Penn State Harrisburg men's soccer team fought hard tonight against Susquehanna. The Crusaders were able to get one goal past the Lions defense in the first half.
Harrisburg had several scoring opportunities throughout the game but Susquehanna's defense stood strong. Susquehanna was awarded a penalty kick in the fortieth minute of play. Newcomer Brandon Chang (Arcadia, CA / Arcadia) was able to make the first save but Paul Siekmann finished the rebound to make the score 1-0. Chang succesfully saved 9 of 10 shots on goal. Neither team was able to score throughout the rest of the game.
Penn State Harrisburg returns to play on Saturday September 3rd for a conference game against St. Mary's. The Lions will travel to Maryland for kick off at 4 pm.