Everything you missed in Penn State sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Sunday:
Nittany Lions slip past Maryland in OT
COLLEGE PARK, Md. Sophomore Laura Freigang scored 94:02 into the game Sunday, as the No. 13 Penn State women’s soccer team defeated Maryland.
Nittany Lions goalkeeper Rose Chandler needed to make just one save to preserve the shutout. Maryland’s Rachel Egyed made five saves.
With two matches left, Penn State (10-3-2) is now one point within Ohio State of the standings. The Lions will next host Purdue at 7 p.m. Friday.
Lions win 2nd straight title
JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. The Penn State men’s golf team dominated the Bank of Tennessee Invitational, as the Nittany Lions claimed their second straight tournament title after beating all other teams by at least nine strokes.
“Winning the Windon (Memorial Classic) and the Bank of Tennessee takes one heck of an effort,” coach Greg Nye said in a news release.
PSU finished Sunday with a three-day total of a 31-under 833 at the Blackthorn Club at The Ridge, which far surpassed runner-up Missouri’s 22-under 842. Fifteen total teams competed in the tournament, with other scores ranging from 21-under to 40-over.
Penn State’s JD Hughes finished second overall at 14-under, while Charles Huntzinger finished third at 11-under. The individual winner, Missouri’s Hayden Buckley, was 17-under.
The Nittany Lions will resume competition in the spring, in February.
PSU falls in 2OT
COLLEGE PARK, Md. In an evenly matched contest Sunday, where both teams were within one shot on goal of one another, Maryland upset No. 5 Penn State 2-1 in double overtime.
The Terps, who had 12 shots on goal, struck first with a goal by Lein Holsboer. But PSU, which had 11 shots on goal, followed up less than three minutes later with a goal by Abby Meyers.
It took nearly 43 minutes for the next goal, when the Terps’ Carrie Hanks found the back of the net after help from Madison Maguire.
Lions goalkeeper Jenny Rizzo tied a season high with nine saves. Penn State (12-3) will next take on Rutgers at 5 p.m. Friday.
Final competitor in main draw falls
BLACKSBURG, Va. Penn State’s last player in the main draw, Ines Milosevic, fell Sunday to Lyn Yuen Choo of West Virginia 6-0, 6-3.
Two of the three others, who competed outside the main draw, won their respective matches. Shannon Hanley defeated her Virginia opponent, while Samantha Smith also got the better of a Cavalier. Frederikke Svarre lost to Victoria Olivarez of Old Dominion.