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Penn State takes own invitational
August 28th, 2011 6:30PM
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[AROUND THE COUNTRY] Penn State had scored three goals in the first eight minutes en route to a 5-0 win over No. 25 West Virginia on Friday, but the Nittany had to wait until the second half before they broke through for three goals and won their Penn State Invitational with a 3-0 victory over Richmond.

Jess Rosenbluth scored and assisted another for a three-point afternoon, while Maya Hayes’ fourth goal of the season proved to be the game-winner.

-- Memphis improved to 4-0-0, getting the first career goals from Christie Kline and Natalia Gomez-Junco in a 2-0 victory at Samford on Sunday. Senior goalkeeper Elise Kuhar-Pitters tied Isabel Birones for the top spot in the program record books for wins (39) and shutouts (25).

-- Dayton is also 4-0-0, winning the Lakeside Women's Soccer Classic when sophomore Juliana Libertin scored a golden goal in the 92nd minute for a 2-1 win over host Northwestern. Freshman Kelsey Smigel scored in the 20th minute but the Wildcats tied it up before the half. Preseason All-American Colleen Williams had the assist on both goals.

EAST:
Penn State 3 Richmond 0
Pittsburgh 1 Delaware 0
St. Bonaventure 1 Binghamton 0

MIDWEST:
Bowling Green 0 Detroit 3
Cincinnati 0 Loyola, Ill. 0
Evansville 1 Alabama A&M 0
Indiana 1 Oakland 0
Indiana State 1 Central Michigan 2
IUPUI 2 Eastern Michigan 1
Missouri 4 Purdue 2
Northern Illinois 0 North Dakota 2
Northwestern 1 Dayton 2
Oklahoma 0 SMU 1
Toledo 4 IPFW 3
Tulsa 6 Sam Houston State 0
Western Michigan 2 South Dakota State 0

SOUTH:
Alabama 0 New Mexico 0
Auburn 4 Kennesaw State 0
Charlotte 0 Providence 0
Chattanooga 3 Gardner-Webb 3
Coastal Carolina 1 Georgia Southern 1
Eastern Kentucky 2, Miami, Ohio 1
James Madison 1 Stony Brook 0
Louisiana Tech 1 Troy 0
Presbyterian 0 Clemson 8
Radford 0 East Tennessee State 1
Samford 0 Memphis 2
Tennessee 1 Texas A&M 0
Texas 5 Cal State Northridge 1
UNC Asheville 1 Tennessee Tech  4
USC Upstate 1 Francis Marion 1
USF 9 Alabama A&M  0
VCU 1 Appalachian State 2
Wisconsin-Milwaukee 3 Saint Louis 0

WEST:
Arizona State 1 South Carolina 0
Colorado 0 Wyoming 1
New Mexico State 2 Houston Baptist 0
Northern Colorado 1 Utah State 2
Oregon 1 UNLV 0
Pepperdine 1 LIU 0
Portland State 2 Idaho 1
San Francisco 1 George Washington 2
Southern Utah 1 Drake 1
UC Riverside 2 San Jose State 1
USC 2 Cal Poly 1
Utah 0 Nevada 1
Washington State 1 Seattle 0



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