Penn State Tops 2019 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Preseason Poll

Rosemont, IL – Penn State is the preseason choice to win the 2019 Big Ten Conference women’s soccer championship, according to a poll of the Big Ten coaches released Monday. The reigning Big Ten Champion Nittany Lions, who have won 19 conference titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals last year, were selected first...

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PSAC Announces Women’s Soccer Preseason Poll

Lock Haven, PA – The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference today announced the 2019 PSAC Women‘s Soccer Coaches Preseason Poll. Edinboro is picked to finish sixth in the Western Division. The 2019 campaign features a new look for the PSAC, with the league now split into two divisions. Previously, the league had consisted of one division...

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Nittany Lions Picked As Preseason Big Ten Favorite

Rosemont, IL – The Penn State women’s soccer program has been selected as the preseason choice to win the 2019 Big Ten Conference announced by the league on Monday. As voted on by the conference coaches, Penn State has been selected preseason favorite to win the conference each year since 2003. In addition to the...

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United Soccer Coaches Announces Preseason Rankings

Rosemont, IL – Ten Big Ten schools, five men’s and five women’s, were ranked in the top 25 or received votes in the United Soccer Coaches preseason poll. After winning the NCAA men’s national title in 2018, Maryland comes into the season ranked No. 1. The Penn State women’s team leads Big Ten competitors, ranking...

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Alyssa Naeher and Ali Krieger Win Women’s World Cup

Lyon, France – Penn State women’s soccer alumnae Alyssa Naeher ’09 and Ali Krieger ’06 have captured their second consecutive Women’s World Cup championship. The United States Women’s National Team defeated the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday, July 7, to clinch a record fourth Women’s World Cup Championship. Alyssa Naeher etched her name in USWNT history alongside...

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