Women’s football travels to No.18 in Wisconsin for Big Ten Clash
MADISON, Wisc. – The Penn State women’s soccer team is heading to No.18 in Wisconsin for their next game on Thursday night. The Nittany Lions and Badgers will play Thursday night on the Big Ten Network. This will be the Nittany Lions’ third televised game this season.
Date: Sunday September 30 | 8 p.m. ET
Location: McClimon Athletics / Football Complex
Series history: PSU, 21-5-4 | Last meeting: September 29, 2019 – Wisconsin, 1-0
Big Ten Network
Distribution of the State of Pennsylvania
Top scorers: Payton Linnehan – 6 goals, Ally Schlegel, Sam coffey – 3 goals
Best helpers: Sam coffey – 4 assists
The last time
Penn State’s No. 12 women’s football team lost 1-0 to the Ohio State Buckeyes at Jeffrey Field.
The Last Time Against Wisconsin (2019)
Penn State fell to the Badgers with a second-half goal in the 1-0 loss on a rainy afternoon.
Distribution of Wisconsin
Top scorers: Emma Jaskaniec – 6 goals
Best assists: Cameron Murtha – 4 assists
Last outing for Wisconsin
The Badgers and Michigan finished 110 minutes in a 0-0 draw. Wisconsin are currently on an eight-game unbeaten streak heading into Thursday’s game.
Senior captain Sam coffey ranks second among active NCAA Division I leaders with 124 points and leads the country with 50 assists.
During her three seasons at Happy Valley, Coffey appeared in 51 games with 50 starts. She has scored 20 goals and added 26 assists in those competitions. Coffey’s 26 assists are tied for 10e all time at Penn State.
Junior Captain Redshirt Ally Schlegel scored 27 goals and added 14 assists in his first 50 games at Penn State. Of his 27 goals, 10 have been winners.
Penn State is 21-5-4 against Wisconsin.