UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania. – The Penn State women’s hockey team welcomes Holy Cross to Pegula Ice Arena for the first time in a non-conference series this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8 and 9, to conclude their six-game homestand to start the regular season.
FOLLOW THE ACTION
Holy Cross (0-2-0) vs. RV / RV Penn State (0-3-1)
Dates: Friday October 8 | Saturday October 9
Hours: 3pm | 5:00 p.m.
Location: Pegula Ice Arena
Live Statistics: Games 1 & 2
Play Notes: Penn State Play Notes
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Fans with a valid Penn State University Park parking permit will be permitted free parking at non-football athletic events in accordance with parking policies and transportation service access .
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Penn State and Holy Cross meet for the second time in this week’s series after the start of the 2019-20 regular season, facing off at Holy Cross from September 27-28, 2019. Both games ended in ties. (3-3 and 1- 1).
This series marks the first time the Nittany Lions will host the Crusaders at the Pegula Ice Arena.
SPECIAL BLUE LINE
Check out GoPSUsports.com’s latest article on Penn State Women’s Hockey featuring the Nittany Lions Special Defensive Group: Blue Line Success is Key for Nittany Lions.
BY THE NUMBERS
1: Penn State senior forward Nathalie Heising is just one step away from becoming the third Nittany Lion to reach 100 career points, joining Laura Bowman and Amy Petersen. With 99 career points, she is six points away from breaking Bowman’s record of 104 points.
5: The Nittany Lions had two more Honored Players of the Week CHA after week two, which already brings their season tally to five. Josie bothun was the goalie of the week (his second this season) and Mallory Uihlein was the defender of the week.
7: Penn State has allowed just seven goals in four games this season, with the sophomore goaltender Josie bothun sporting a GAA of 1.73 during this period.
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