The Penn State men’s soccer team continued its run of success Tuesday night with a 2-1 win over Pennsylvania at Rhodes Field.
Shane Campbell tapped home a rebound in the 84th minute to give the No. 9 Nittany Lions their ninth win in their last 11 games
“This one was a battle,” coach Bob Warming said. “But the goals and win were beautiful. This group finds a way. They’re incredible.”
Mason Klerks drilled a blast from just outside the penalty box that was deflected by Quakers keeper Tyler Kinn, but the rebound went to the feet of Campbell for the winner.
Eli Dennis got help from Connor Maloney in the 62nd minute on the first score for the Big Ten champions (11-3-1, 5-0).
Alex Neumann scored for Penn (6-7-1, 3-0-1 Ivy League) in the only shot to beat Andrew Wolverton, who made five saves. Kinn stopped eight shots as the Quakers outshot the Nittany Lions 15-14.
Penn State visits Ohio State on Saturday.