Penn State Harrisburg 2, Cazenovia 0
Day, Miller, Thoryk, Haladay, Derrickson, Haldeman, Radanovic, Sharrow, Vavrek, M. Hemler, Williams
Kelleher, Hinkle, Andrews, Crumblin, Bugbee, Calcara, Shafer, Farmer, Joslin, D'Agostino, Rattray
How It Happened
Kristen Stark became Penn State Harrisburg's all-time leading scorer in the team's 2-0 shutout victory over North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foe Cazenovia on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 13.
History was made in the game's 27th minute when Stark gathered a feed from Rhyan Socash and put her attempt past Cazenovia goalkeeper Caitlin Kelleher to give the Lions (7-6-1, 5-1-1 NEAC) the early lead and record the record-setting 36th goal of her career.
The Wildcats (6-5-1, 3-3-1 NEAC) got off one more legitimate shot on frame in the 65th minute but Penn State Harrisburg goalkeeper Hannah Williams was there to make the stop. The visitors kept Cazenovia from attempting another shot the rest of the way.
Number to Know
36 – The number of goals scored by Kristen Stark during her four-year career; a new Penn State Harrisburg record.
Inside the Numbers
- Sunday's blanking of Cazenovia was the Lions' second shutout victory in as many days.
- The Lions finished with a 12-to-6 edge in total shots.
- The Blue & White also held an 8-to-3 advantage in shots on goal.
- The Wildcats had five corner kick opportunities, compared to two for the visitors.
- Kristen Stark's marker was her second game-winning goal of the year.
- Rhyan Socash's assist increased her team-leading point total to 10.
- Mackenzie's Haladay's goal upped her point total to eight on the season.
- Paige Sharrow's helper was her first point of the fall.
- Hannah Williams made three stops in goal to earn the victory for Penn State Harrisburg.
- Cazenovia goalkeeper Caitlin Kelleher made six stops on the day.
The Lions take a break from conference action to travel to Dickinson on Wednesday night, Oct. 16.