Goalkeeper Kelsey Wys helped to lift No. 1 Florida State to a pair of wins during the past week for the Seminoles' eighth and ninth consecutive shutouts of the season. The squad defeated No. 19 Virginia Tech 1-0 on Thursday and then went on to also topple No. 13 Virginia 1-0 in overtime. The ninth shutout in a row pushed FSU's consecutive shutout minute streak to a school record 893:40. Wys leads the nation with a save percentage of .927.
Penn State Athletics
Taylor Schram, a junior forward for No. 4 Penn State, pinned two goals against Iowa on Sunday, including the game-winner, earning the Nittany Lions their ninth consecutive win. It was her first multi-goal game of the season, and she has tallied four scores in the last three outings. Against Nebraska, Schram tallied one goal in PSU's 4-0 win against the Huskers.
Texas A&M Athletics
Goalkeeper Jordan Day helped to bank two wins for Texas A&M this past weekend, including a 3-1 win against Arkansas and a 4-0 win versus Vanderbilt. She is ranked 18th nationally in save percentage. It was the 11th shutout of the year for the Aggies, now standing with a 14-2-1 record. In the win against the Commodores, Day became the first Aggie player to record double digits in the shutout column during a single season. She also now owns the school-record of 10 shutouts on the season and 19 for her career.