Soccer’s Patrick and Keegan Honored by PSUAC
11/11/14 - Ryan Patrick was named to the PSUAC All-Conference First Team, having finished second in the conference in goals (21) and in total points (48) this season. For his success, Patrick was also recognized as the PSUAC Newcomer of the Year.
Goalie Elizabeth Keegan was also recognized as she earned PSUAC All-Conference Honorable Mention honors. Keegan, in her first year in the goal, finished third in the conference with 93 total saves.
Congratulations to Ryan and Elizabeth!
Penn State Wilkes-Barre Falls to Penn State Beaver
10/11/14 – Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer lost to PSU Beaver, 5-1. Thomas Blasi scored the only goal for Wilkes-Barre, assisted by Eric Whited. The Mountain Lions (1-5-1 conference, 1-8-1 overall) next play Penn State Schuylkill at home on Friday, October 17th at 2:00 pm.
Soccer Loses Close One to Valley Forge Christian College
9/29/14 – Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer lost a close one away at Valley Forge Christian College, 5-4. Ryan Patrick had a great game, scoring all 4 goals for PSU Wilkes-Barre. The Mountain Lions (1-4-1 conference, 1-7-1 overall) play away at Penn State Beaver on Saturday, October 11th at 2:00 pm.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre Soccer Loses to Penn State York
9/26/14 – The PSU Wilkes-Barre soccer team lost to Penn State York 5-1 at York. Ryan Patrick scored the only goal for PSU Wilkes-Barre on a breakaway. The Mountain Lions (1-4-1 conference, 1-6-1 overall) play Valley Forge Christian College away at Valley Forge on September 29th at noon.
Soccer Falls to PSU Hazleton
9/23/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre Soccer team lost their match against Penn State Hazleton on September 23rd with a score of 3-1. Mark Bugelhol scored the lone goal. The Mountain Lions (1-3-1 conference, 1-5-1 overall) next play at PSU York on September 26th at 4pm.
Soccer Falls to PSU New Kensington
9/21/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer team (1-2-1 conference, 1-4-1 overall) lost their match against Penn State New Kensington on September 21st with a score of 4-7. Ryan Patrick scored three goals and Nate Faux added another. The team will play next at Penn State Hazleton on September 23rd at 4pm.
PSUWB Soccer Ties Penn State Greater Allegheny
9/20/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre (1-1-1 conference, 1-3-1 overall) soccer team tied against Penn State Greater Allegheny on September 20th with a score of 5-5. Mark Bugelhol scored three goals, and Thomas Blasi and Ryan Patrick scored one goal each. The Mountain Lions will play their next game at home on Sunday, September 21st at 12pm.
Soccer Falls to Baptist Bible College
9/16/2014 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer team played their fourth game Tuesday night, losing 5-2 at Baptist Bible College. Patrick Ryan had our first goal and assisted Eric Whited on his goal. The Mountain Lions (1-1 PSUAC, 1-3 overall) will next play Penn State Greater Allegheny on Saturday, September 20th. The game will be at home at 1pm.
Soccer Cruises Past PSU Worthington Scranton
9/10/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer team played PSU Worthington Scranton on the road Wednesday, where they won 4-0. Ryan Patrick came up big with a hat trick and Mark Bugelholl scored the final goal. The Mountain Lions (1-1 PSUAC, 1-2 overall) will travel to Baptist Bible College on Tuesday, September 16th to play The Defenders at 4pm.
Soccer Falls at PSU Brandywine
9/5/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer team played its first road game of the season on Friday night, losing 9-1 at PSU Brandywine. Eric Whited scored the lone goal for WB. The Mountain Lions (0-1 PSUAC, 0-2 overall) will next travel to Penn State Worthington Scranton on Wednesday to face its northeast PA rival. The game will be played at Marywood University on Wednesday, September 10th, at 4pm.
Soccer Falls in Season Opener
9/3/14 – The Penn State Wilkes-Barre Soccer team opened their 2014 season at home against Davis College on September 3rd. Wilkes-Barre was defeated 4-1, with Wilkes-Barre's lone goal being scored by Mark Bugelholl. Wilkes-Barre plays their next game this Friday at 4pm at Penn State Brandywine.
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