No. 9 Nittany Lions Beat Delaware to Clinch CAA's Top Seed

During Penn State's eight-game winning streak, the Lions have held each opponent to eight or less goals. The defensive unit of JP Burnside (Garden City, N.Y.), Tyler Travis (Geneva, N.Y.) and Jack Donnelly (Toronto, Ont.) kept the Blue Hens in check all night, snapping their three-game win streak and eliminating them from CAA Championship contention.

Midfielder Michael Richards was also vital to the PSU defense, picking up two ground balls and causing two turnovers, while helping Penn State clear 18 of 20 attempts.

Penn State travels to No. 20 Hofstra for the regular season finale next week. Game time at Hempstead, N.Y. is slated for 7:00 p.m. Hofstra fell 9-8 to UMass on Saturday night. Currently, Penn State, Drexel and Towson have clinched spots in the CAA Championship, which is to be held the week of April 29.

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2013-04-20



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