READING, Pa. – The Keuka College Women's Soccer team lost on Sunday afternoon at Penn St.-Berks 4-0 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game.
Kenna Kosinski made eight saves in goal for Keuka College (6-7-1, 5-2-1 NEAC).
Penn St.-Berks 4 vs. Keuka College 0
Penn St.-Berks pressured of the kickoff and was awarded a corner kick in the opening 30 seconds. Their pressure continued in the 11th minute where they scored to take a 1-0 lead. The Keuka College defense would hold the rest of the half. Kenna Kosinski made five saves in goal and the game went into the halftime break with Penn St.-Berks leading 1-0.
The Nittany Lions doubled their lead minutes into the second half and they would not look back. Caitlyn Lloyd got the lone shot on goal for the game for Keuka in the half, but Berks added two more goals on their way to the 4-0 victory.
- Penn St.-Berks has won eight straight games against Keuka College. They hold the lead in the all-time series 10-6-1
- Kenna Kosinski tied her season-high with eight saves in the game
- Kosinski has 196 saves in her career, four shy of 200 and 14 shy of tying Susan Thomas for seventh most in school history
Coming up for Keuka College: The Wolves host Wells College on Wednesday at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex. It will be Keuka's final regular season home game of the year and Senior Day. The Wolves defeated Wells College 3-0 last season and have not lost to the Express in their 18 meetings, dating back to 1985.