Penn State Greater Allegheny 3 Defeats Penn State Mont Alto Soccer

In their first setback of the conference season, Penn State Mont Alto’s men’s soccer team suffered a 3-0 defeat against Penn State Greater Allegheny on Saturday.

Greater Allegheny had the upper hand in Shots On Goal (SOG), recording an 8-6 advantage, as Mont Alto struggled to convert their opportunities throughout the game.

Cameron Downey set the tone early, netting the first goal for Greater Allegheny in the 13th minute, thanks to an assist from Max Whitson. Whitson himself would go on to expand the lead with goals in the 23rd and 67th minutes.

River Terry led the charge for Penn State Mont Alto, accounting for three of the team’s shots on goal.

In goal, Chris Klinger of Greater Allegheny successfully thwarted all six shots he faced, ensuring a clean sheet for his team. On the other side, Mont Alto’s goalkeeper, Jawad Malik, managed to make five saves out of the eight shots he encountered.

What’s Next: Mont Alto is set to hit the road for a non-conference clash against Central Penn on Tuesday afternoon.

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