BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Penn State (10-3, 3-0) picked up its eighth consecutive victory on Friday afternoon in a 6-2 win against Indiana. The Nittany Lions now have the program’s longest winning streak since 2005, when that team strung together 17 consecutive wins.
Junior Kelsey Amy and sophomore Ashtin Klinglereach each scored two goals on the day. Sophomore Brittany Grzywacz and freshman Taylor Herold also netted goals for Penn State while junior Ayla Halus made seven saves in goal.
Morgan Fleetwood and Breana Moeljadi scored the two goals for the Hoosiers.
No. 1 Old Dominion 4, Towson 0
TOWSON, Md. — Old Dominion shut out its third consecutive opponent Friday evening as the Lady Monarchs remained unbeaten with a 4-0 win at Towson.
Old Dominion has now held opponents scoreless for a span of 228 minutes through the last four games. The Lady Monarchs dominated the contest, allowing a season-low two shots.
Senior Stephanie Kratzer tallied a goal and dished out a career-high three assists in the victory. The Lady Monarchs also got goal from Kati Nearhouse, Christy Longacre and Kathryn Kirk.
Old Dominion goalkeeper Devon Seifert registered saves on both of Towson’s shots. The Tigers fall to 6-6 on the year with the loss.
No. 4 Connecticut 10, Georgetown 0
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Freshman Chloe Hunnable and midfielder Alicia Angelini each scored a pair of goals and Kim Krzyk and Allison Angulo combined for seven assists as Connecticut defeated Georgetown 10-0 on Friday afternoon. With the win, the Huskies improve to 11-1 on the season and 4-0 in Big East play. The Hoyas slip to 2-10, 0-3.
The 10 goals were one shy of a UConn record. The 1997 team scored 11 goals three times during the season. UConn hadn’t scored 10 goals in a game since Sept. 1, 1998, a 10-0 trouncing of Quinnipiac.
The Huskies dominated all facets of the contest on Friday, out-shooting the Hoyas 22-3, including 18-2 in shots on goal. Connecticut also held a 10-1 advantage in penalty corners.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.