Penn State Men’s Soccer Set for a test drive at No. 8 Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland- Penn State Men’s Football will travel to College Park, Md. for a tough road contest against No. 8 Maryland. The match will be nationally televised on the Big Ten Network with kickoff at 7:00 p.m.

in Maryland

  • Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 | Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
  • Location: College Park, Maryland | Venue: Ludwig field
  • Live statistics | Look: Big Ten Network
  • Admission: Free

Ticket information

General admission tickets to Ludwig Field are $10 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. They can be bought here.

Last outing

· The Nittany Lions won their most recent game against Wisconsin, 1-0, in their Big Ten season opener and Mack Brady’s 10th annual game.
· Van Danielson scored the game’s only goal in the 86th minute, netting his first career goal. Matthew Henderson crossed the ball over Danielson in the box who headed it into the back of the net.
· Kris shakes made several crucial corner kick saves throughout the game to prevent the Badgers from scoring.
· Penn State outshot Wisconsin 9-3.
· The win marked the Nittany Lions’ sixth straight win in their series with Wisconsin.
· Penn State is now 7-1-2 in the annual Mack Brady game.

Nittany Lions vs. Terps

· The most recent game between Penn State and Marlyand ended with Penn State winning 3-2 in overtime.
· Penn State scored three unanswered goals, after trailing by two, to edge No. 7 Maryland in the game.
· Andrew Privet, Pierre Mangione and Seth Kuhn all scored goals for the Nittany Lions. Kuhn scored the equalizer and Privett scored the game-winner in extra time.
· Maryland leads the all-time series 20-25-6.
· The last four games between the two teams have been played in overtime.

Scouting Maryland

· Maryland was ranked No. 8 in the United Soccer Coaches poll last week.
· The Terps are 4-1-1 so far this season, their most recent game ending in a 2-1 victory at Michigan.
· They are on a three-game winning streak.
· Malcolm Johnson won Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/13). He scored a penalty to beat No. 21 Georgetown and had a goal and an assist against Virginia.
Niklas Neumann won Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week (9/13). In the game against the Hoyas, Neumann made five saves and saved a penalty against Virginia.
· William Kulvik was named Big Ten Player of the Week for the first week of August.
Maryland finished the 2021 season 12-4-2 and lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to LIU.

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