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The Nittany Lions wrap up their spring schedule April 15
Frannie Crouse's 10th goal of the season was the game-winner.
This will be the third meeting between the Bulls and Nittany Lions.
Penn State is the No. 1 seed after winning its 16th Big Ten Championship.
The Nittany Lions captured four Player or Coach of the Year titles.
Women's Soccer advances to the Elite Eight
Women's Soccer remains perfect in Big Ten
Women's Soccer tops No.12 West Virginia in season opener
Penn State vs. Monmouth November 15, 2013
ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2012, 2013)
ALL-BIG TEN FRESHMAN TEAM (2011)
One of seven players to start all 23 games ... Logged the third most minutes on Nittany Lions with 1,813 minutes on the field ... Opened Big Ten play with a helper against Northwestern (9/20), a goal versus Purdue (9/26) and a second assist, versus Indiana (9/29) ... First goal of the season came at Oklahoma State (9/13) ... Dished out an assist against LaSalle (9/1) ... Took 25 shots on the season, eight of which were on goal ... Season high three shots at Oklahoma State and at Minnesota (10/6) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree
Started 20 games in 21 appearances ... Recorded one goal at Illinois (9/23) ... Helped lift the Nittany Lions over West Virginia (8/31) with an assist ... Tallied 13 shots on the season, including three at Illinois ... Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
Earned All-Big Ten freshman team honors ... Started and played in all 26 games, tallying three goals and five assists for 11 points including three game-winning goals ... Her first career goal was the game-winning header versus Nevada (8/21) ... Tallied first career assist at Pittsburgh (9/4) ... Second goal of the year was a game-winning header against Ohio State (9/29), resulting in Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors (10/3) ... Tallied an assist in two straight games in wins over Iowa (10/16) and Michigan State (10/21) ... Scored the game-winning goal and assisted on a second goal against Northwestern in the Big Ten Quarterfinals (11/2).
U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Selected into the U-20 training camp pool in May and June 2010.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Named to 2010 ESPN Rise All-America second team ... Four-time Chagrin Valley Conference first team selection for West Geauga High, coached by Bill Bryan ... Two All-State first team and All-Region team nods... Conference Most Valuable Player three times ... Three-time News Herald Player of the Year and All-Cleveland first team honoree ... Team captain junior and senior years ... Helped lead the team to regional semifinals junior year and regional finals senior year, falling to national champion Walsh Jesuit ... Earned four letters in track ... State finalist in the 300m hurdles and 4x400m relay ... Took part in the 2010 New Balance National Meet in the 4x400m relay.
Played club soccer for the Cleveland Cobras under the direction of Sean McNamara ... The Cobras won the 2010 and 2011 indoor national championship, while finishing runner up in 2008 ... Member of the 2008 and 2010 Flagship Cup Championship.
Full name is Kori Elizabeth Chapic ... Born on December 21, 1992 in Mayfield Heights, Ohio ... Parents are Nancy and Joseph Chapic ... Has two older sisters, Kristen and Kelsey ... Majoring in architectural engineering.
WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because of its amazing Engineering Program and highly competitive Soccer Program."
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