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July 14, 2014
Inside Lacrosse Game Recap
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Three incoming Nittany Lions participated in Saturday's Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic at Towson University with goalkeeper Will Schreiner (Kemblesville, Pa.) standing out. Schreiner stopped nine of the 12 shots he faced, earning the win as the South Team roared back to win, 17-16, in overtime.
Along with Schreiner, his high school teammate Tanner Peck (Lincoln University, Pa.) played for the victorious South Team, while future attackman Ryan Keenan (Smithtown, Pa.) tallied an assist, earning the start for the North Team.
Schreiner entered the game in the second half as the South trailed the North, 13-10. The highly touted shot-stopper saved four shots in the third quarter, allowing only two goals, before stopped five shots in the fourth quarter against one goal allowed. His save percentage (.750) was the best of the four goalies that played on Saturday.
The Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic has been staged for nine seasons with Penn State boasting three representatives for the second straight year. PSU was among seven schools with three or more participants in this year's event. The Big Ten Conference, which begins play in 2015 for the first time, had 13 participants, second most only to the ACC (20). The next closest conferences were the Ivy League and Big East with four entrants apiece.