After a 12-3-1 season in 2021, two members of the Penn State women’s soccer team have gained national honors.
Penn State dropped out of the NCAA Tournament in the round of 16 for the second time in two years on Wednesday afternoon.
Before the season comes to a close, Penn State was notified it has a semifinalist for one of the most prestigious awards in college soccer on its roster.
Penn State may have all the confidence in the world after 5-0 and 2-0 wins over Alabama State and Vanderbilt to begin its NCAA Tournament run, but its biggest challenge still looms.
Penn State bought itself a ticket to the Sweet 16 after defeating No. 16 Vanderbilt 2-0, but the unseeded Nittany Lions did not advance in the NCAA Tournament without a fight.
After Penn State’s dream start to the NCAA Tournament against Alabama State, the Nittany Lions’ eyes will turn to No. 14 Vanderbilt in their upcoming second-round matchup.
Wednesday night’s 5-0 romp of Alabama State in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament was a welcome return to winning ways for Penn State, rooted in the reinstallment of two key players.