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This Week in Sports: soccer, volleyball

women's volleyball
Second-year coach Dave McGeary returns five starters.
10/12/2011 —



Men's Soccer
Home, Saturday, Oct. 15, 1:00 p.m.
vs. Penn College, PSNK Soccer Field

Women's Volleyball
Away, Saturday, Oct. 15, 
Noon at Penn State Greater Allegheny

Away, Sunday, Oct. 16
Noon at Penn State Fayette

The Penn State New Kensington women's volleyball concludes its regular season on the road with two Penn State University Athletic Conference matches: noon, Saturday, Oct. 15, at Penn State Greater Allegheny and noon, Sunday, Oct. 16, at Penn State Fayette. The Lady Lions are 4-6 in the PSUAC and 4-7 overall. The men's soccer team returns home for its regular season finale, a PSUAC match at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 against Penn College. The team is 4-3 in the PSUAC and 5-6 overall. For more on campus sports, visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/StudentLife/Athletics/sports.htm online.

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