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12—The Daily Collegian Monday, Sept. 27, 1982
Blumenthal's goal lifts Lions to 2-1 win
to be the game winner as the mert's
soccer team edged Cleveland State 2-
1 Friday night in front of over 3,000
Reserve forward Steve Blumen- people at Jeffrey Field in a rare
that's goal late in the first half proved soccer-pep rally double-header.
By JOHN SEVERANCE
Collegian Sports Writer
Penn State freshman Larry Miller (14) dribbles the ball downfield en route to
the men's soccer team's 2-1 victory over Cleveland State Friday night at Jeffrey
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"We needed this one badly," Lion
sweeper Lou Karbiener said. "The
crowd really helped us a lot tonight. It
felt like there was another player on
the field. We needed a good win like
this to pick us up after that disap
pointing loss at Southern Illinois."
Penn State was coming off a heart
breaking 2-1 double overtime loss at
the hands of the top-ranked Salukis.
It didn't start out well for the Lions
(6-2) as Cleveland State scored at the
3:04 mark. All-American forward Ali
Kazemaini took a pass from winger
Michael Patterson and lofted a shot in
the upper left hand corner just out of
reach of the Lion goalie Greg Kenney.
Although it was early, it didn't look
good because Viking goalie Jay Long
worth had not given up a goal all
season. And with Cleveland State's
swarming defense, it made scoring a
goal extremely difficult.
However, at the 17:18 mark, for
ward Jeff Maierhofer was taken
down by Viking midfielder Neil Mc-
Laughlin at the end line after he took
a pass from Karbiener. Penn State's
Dan Murphy took the direct free kick
and passed it to Maierhofer, who
blasted it past Longworth for the
equalizer. It was Maierhofer's fourth
goal of the year and all four have
been scored in the friendly confines of
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Then the Phi Psi Connection did in
With just under two minutes re
maining in the first half, Maierhofer
sent a long lead pass to fraternity
brother Blumenthal, who shot into the
lefthand corner of the net from 20
yards out just beating Longworth on
the short side. It was Blumerithal's
first goal in a Lion uniform.
"It's about time it went in," Blu
menthal said. "It was a beautiful
pass from Jeff. I just put it in the net.
I think the goalie made a mistake b 3%
coming out too soon and he came out
at a bad angle."
The second half was dominated by
both Cleveland State and Penn State
defenses and missed scoring opportu
nities by the Lions. Both Kenney and
LongwOrth made some impressive
saves. Kenney was credited with only
two saves and Longworth with nine.
The Phi Psi Connection also con
nected on a goal midway through the
second half, but it was disallowed due
to offsides. Blumenthal had sent a
pass into the middle and Maierhofer
outleaped goalie Longworth and
headed the ball into the empty net.
Maierhofer, however, was whistled
Defensively in the second half, the
Lions controlled the elusive Kazemai
ni and the rest of the Vikings.
"He's (Kazemaini) a tough play
er," Karbiener said. "Anytime he
makes a move, you have to follow
him. We didn't try and double team
him, because if you leave one of those
guys open, they'll score.
The game was fairly sportsmanlike
with only one yellow card being is
sued. Lion defender Scott Gardiner
was whistled for a yellow card when
he took down Patterson rather rough
The game was controlled at mid
field by freshman Bill Gilmour.
Throughout the game, Gilmour made
some key tackles including one to set
up Maierhofer's pass to Blumenthal
for the game winner.
After the game, Penn State Coach
Walter Bahr was a little dissapointed
in the way his team played.
"I'm satisfied with the win," Bahr
said, "But we made too many mistak
es. We blew too many scoring oppor
tunities by overplaying the ball
offensively. Defensively we gave
them too much room to work with."
The Lions will try and continue
their winning ways and correct their
mistakes of Friday night when they
travel to Phillipsburg, W.Va., for a
match with Division II power Aldor
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"They just knocked us upside down
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Illinois took advantage of Pitt's
offensive mistakes, pulled to a 3-0
lead, and was on the verge of scoring
gain in the second quarter when the
ttom fell out.
i . .,Quarterback Tony Eason dropped
from the Panthers' two-yard
Kne and fired a pass, but it was
intercepted by Pitt tackle Dave Puz
was surprised," said the 6-3, 2118-
iiound senior. "The ball was just in
My chest. I didn't have time to
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"I must have had the wind at my
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Pittsburgh Coach Serafino Fazio
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Indeed it was. The Pittsburgh de
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Suckwomen win 2 on rough.road
By LIZ KAHN team to perform as well as ever is .Meanwhile, one motel room was Judy Mahaffey scored two goals
Collegian Sports Writer close to amazing. rented for 25 people, and the team and assisted fullback Cindy Meehan
The Lady Lions beat the Lady watched the Penn State-Nebraska on her scoring shot in the first half
If you talk to the field hockey Eagles in a game which Penn State football game. of yesterday's game. Sophomore
players about the way they spent Coach Gillian Rattray described as "If it wasn't for the Nebraska- Barb Jordan tallied her first point of
their weekend, you'll probably think "very one-sided," after less than Penn State game," Rattray said, the season, and senior Brenda
up a whole new barrage of exclama- five hours of, sleep, no dinner, and "we would have gone berserk Joe Stauffer scored one along with Tra
tions. probably one of the team's most saved our day, too." • cy Houston's two to wrap it up.
They most definitely have al- eventful as well as unlucky nights. After the game, the team set out In the match against Davis &
ready. When the Lady Lions left Elkins again to meet a new bus and again Elkins, the Lady Lions' third over-
The Lady Lions stampeded over Saturday, after a very tough and the lights went out and the bus was time game of the season, Anne
American University yesterday 7-0. tiring game with the team, that forced to pull over. Fearing that the Hopkins put Penn State on the board
They also got past Davis & Elkins 2- finished only two places behind "rescue bus" would pass them by in first with a hard shot set up by
lon Saturday in Elkins, W. Va., in a Penn State at nationals last season, the darkness, the Lady Lions split Lindsay Sheehan at 23:00.
tight overtime match. little did they know that their arri- up with half the team on each side Cathy Carney of Davis & Elkins
But it was the trip in between val in Washington D.C. wouldn't be of the road and jumped, waved, scored the last regulation-time
Elkins and Washington D.C. that until 2 the next morning. and hollered at anything going past. point on a penalty stroke and the
will generate excitement. It sure Their bus just wouldn't cooperate. The police were even called to the game was won in the first overtime
did something for the Lady Lions. As a matter of fact, the lights didn't scene on a report that there were a period when offensive captain,
Penn State performed as well as work, nor the generator. The team bunch of "rowdie people in the Brenda Stauffer, placed a penalty
ever against American, registering was forced to pull off the road in street." stroke into the cage.
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opposition, and four points scored ' while the driver tried to arrange for did make it to American, even if it again, to meet Delaware at 3 p.m.
by defensive players. But for the a new bus. was a little late. Thursday.
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