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Nicole Paniccia makes 33 saves in CHA opener for both teams
Nittany Lions set records for fastest goal and most goals in a game by two teams
Nittany Lions square off with the Catamounts for second straight season opener
Penn State looks to improve upon historic inaugural season
Five Nittany Lions Honored at Year-End Awards Banquet
Penn State women's hockey fell to Princeton, 3-0, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Photos by Steve Hass.
Penn State defeated Sacred Heart, 8-2, on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Greenberg Ice Pavilion.
Penn State women's hockey took on RIT in a CHA matchup on Oct. 25, 2012 at Greenberg Ice Pavilion.
Nittany Lions fall in Inaugural Home Opener to Syracuse, 4-0 on Oct. 13, 2012.
2013-14: Earned 22 appearances with an assist and three blocks...Tallied a helper in a loss to New Hampshire (10/26)...Posted a plus-one rating vs. Syracuse (11/10).
2012-13: Tallied eight points on three goals and five assists...Scored a goal and an assist in Penn State's historic 5-3 win at Vermont (10/6) in the program's inaugural game...Scored PSU's lone goal the next day at Vermont (10/7)...Tallied assists at Sacred Heart (10/19), Robert Morris (11/11), and Lindenwood (2/8)...Scored third goal of the season in a 3-3 tie with Lindenwood (2/9)...Assisted a goal at RIT (3/2)...Earned the team's Iron Lion Award for excellence in the weight room.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Won the 2012 state championship with Detroit Honeybaked club team after winning 2010 crown with Little Caesers club squad...Earned USA Hockey Select Camp invitations in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009...Earned a spot in MWEH the 2008 All-Star game...Also played club hockey with Detroit Belle Tire in 2005 and 2010.
Samantha Elizabeth Shaw was born September 14, 1992 in Detroit, Mich. to Doug and Pam Shaw...Has an older brother named Zac and a younger sister named Lexie.
QUOTING SHAW ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because when I toured Penn State's campus I just felt like I wanted to be here. I am especially excited to play hockey for Penn State and Coach Brandwene."