Keuka 3, Penn State Harrisburg 1
Ansary, Haladay, Alaoui, Stark, Vavrek, Clippinger, Carver, M. Hemler, Williams, Bressler
Pegg, Vito, Richards, Hoefling, Morris, Brown, Paolini, Freda, Wolf, McGuigan, Oglesby
How It Happened
Penn State Harrisburg scored first but was unable to hold off a second-half charge in a 3-1 loss to North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foe Keuka at Nittany Soccer Field on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 10.
The Lions (7-8-1, 5-2-1 NEAC) were the first to get on the board when Katie Kosovac gathered in a feed from Kaylie Derrickson in the left half of the box and put her attempt past Keuka goalkeeper Jessica Pegg in the 29th minute.
The lead held up until just after halftime when the Wolves (11-3, 8-0 NEA) drew even thanks to an Emily McGuigan marker off a Julia Oglesby assist in the 46th minute.
Things remained locked at 1-1 for the next 20 minutes before Lydia Hall put the visitors ahead for the first time with an unassisted score in the 65th minute. Hall was also involved in Keuka's final tally of the day, this time assisting on a strike by McGuigan in the 78th minute.
Inside the Numbers
- Keuka finished with advantages in total shots (17-to-9).
- Each team fired off seven shots on goal.
- Both squads earned five corner kicks on the day.
- Katie Kosovac's goal was her first this season.
- Kaylie Derrickson's assist was the first point of her collegiate career.
- Emily McGuigan led the way for the Wolves with a pair of goals.
- Hannah Williams made four stops in goal for Penn State Harrisburg.
- Keuka goalkeeper Jessica Pegg made six saves on the day.
Prior to Saturday's game, Penn State Harrisburg honored its nine seniors in Jenna Alaoui, Sheila Ansary, Danielle Bressler, Megan Carver, Elizabeth Clippinger, Mackenzie Haladay, Madison Hemler, Kristen Stark and Haley Vavrek as part of the program's Senior Day festivities.
The Lions host Susquehanna for non-conference action on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 23.