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Penn State also played very good defense in the final 10 minutes to stop the Northwestern comeback.
No. 10 Northwestern (8-5, 3-1 B1G) continued its strong start to the B1G field hockey season with a 2-0 win at Michigan State (4-9, 0-5) on Sunday afternoon.
They finished their season with a final record of 15-6, their highest win total since 2013. The Wildcats return five starters next season including Lasota.
The win advances the Wildcats to the second round of NCAA tournament for the 14th-straight season, where they will take on regional host Towson (16-4).
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The loss was their first in over a month, putting an unfortunate end to an otherwise very successful season.
The win continues Northwestern’s undefeated Big Ten campaign, which will face its biggest test next week when the Wildcats travel to No. 3 Maryland.
The Wildcats will try to continue their undefeated conference campaign at home Saturday against Rutgers.
Northwestern wrestling finished their final weekend of the Big Ten wrestling season with two wins, which gives them momentum to finish strong at their last match left before the postseason.
The one-sided affair started slow for Northwestern, with the Wildcats dropping each of the first three matches of the night.
Freshman Ryan Deakin gave the ‘Cats their second ranked win of the season.
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Rain, sleet, snow, whatever you can think of, it fell from the sky. NU destroyed Minnesota anyway.
NU set the NCAA record for most consecutive games won in overtime, and clinched bowl eligibility in the process.
Justin Jackson broke the school rushing record and NU got back in the win column.