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The Nittany Lions will face the winner of Connecticut and New Hampshire's first round match on Nov. 21.
Penn State allowed just one shot on goal in the match.
The Nittany Lions' seven goals is the most scored since 2005 when Penn State shut out Iowa, 8-0
It was the first time since 2010 that a freshman scored two goals in a match
The Nittany Lions went undefeated and did not concede a goal through five spring games
ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2013)
Made four appearances as the backup goalkeeper ... Made three saves in 78 minutes on the field ... Played a season-high 38 minutes at Bucknell (9/10), posting one save ... One save each versus Illinois (10/20) and Michigan State (11/1).
Appeared in two games as a reserve ... Tallied one shot against Illinois (11/2).
BEFORE PENN STATE
Was coached by Joe Bocklet at Central Bucks South ... Scooped up numerous awards including 2010-11 Suburban One League All-Star nods and All-Intelligencer Goalkeeper honors ... Was also a talented volleyball player as a middle hitter, earning All-District and All-State first team in 2011.
Coached by Dave "DJ" Jones with the Montgomery United S.C ... Helped lead the squad to the 2011 Jefferson Cup division championship ... Earned clean sheets in the 2010 Orange Classic while being named the club's player of the year.
Full name is Meghan Elizabeth Kaminski ... Born on April 16, 1994 in Ohio ... Parents are Paul and Amy Kaminski ... Has two older sisters, Brandi and Chelsea ... Majoring in aerospace engineering and minoring in math ... Hopes to be an astronaut.
WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE
"Penn State had all of the different things I wanted in a college and more!"
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