Panther women earn their ninth shutout of the 2016 season
Plymouth, N.H. – The Plymouth State University women's soccer team shutout the Pilgrims of New England College at home, earning its third consecutive win, and posting the ninth Panther shutout of the season. PSU junior Naomi Kramer (Bow, N.H.) came out on fire scoring the first point of the day just inside the first two minutes of play. Panther sophomore Kate Martin (Hillsboro, N.H.) added some insurance for the win with the final goal of the day. Plymouth goalkeeper Annaliese Schmidt (Newmarket, N.H.) posted her ninth perfect game of the year. The Panther women will try to keep the streak alive this Saturday when they take on LEC rival Western Connecticut at home.
Arold Field, Plymouth, N.H.– Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Plymouth State 2, New England College 0
PSU 8-2-2 (LEC 2-2-0); NEC 9-5-0 (NAC 5-0-0)
*PSU goal by Naomi Kramer, unassisted--rebound off post from six yards at 1:56
*PSU goal by Kate Martin, cross from Kramer shot eight yards at 65:53
*NEC had 10 total shots, six SOG, PSU had 11 total shots, seven SOG
*Third consecutive win for the Panthers
*PSU GK Annaliese Schmidt moves into fifth all time in career shutouts with nine
*With 4 regular season games remaining PSU is on the way to its winningest season since '03
In state non-conference rivalry
PSU hosts Western Ct., Saturday, October 15, 1:00 p.m.
NEC hosts Husson, Saturday, October 15, 12:00 p.m.
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