Penn State-Altoona
Penn State-Altoona Lions
2011 Women's Schedule
Overall: 14-5-3 - Conference: 8-0-1
9/3 at Alvernia W, 2-0
9/4 vs. Albright L, 2-0 BX
9/6 vs. Dickinson T, 0-0 BX BX RC
9/9 at Frostburg State L, 1-0 BX BX
9/11 at Capital W, 2-0 BX
9/15 at Susquehanna L, 3-2 BX
9/17 vs. St. Vincent W, 4-0
9/20 vs. Juniata W, 5-0 BX
9/24 vs. D'Youville * • W, 7-0 BX RC
9/27 at Pitt-Greensburg * • T, 1-1
9/29 at Allegheny L, 3-0 BX RC
10/1 at Pitt-Bradford * • W, 1-0
10/5 vs. Mount Aloysius * • W, 7-0
10/8 vs. Medaille * • W, 3-0
10/11 at Franciscan * • W, 3-2
10/15 vs. Penn State-Behrend * • W, 3-1 BX
10/22 at Hilbert * • W, 6-0
10/26 vs. La Roche * • W, 6-0
11/2 vs. Medaille W, 6-0
11/5 vs. Penn State-Behrend T, 0-0
11/9 vs. Penn State-Abington W, 2-0
11/12 at Frostburg State L, 5-1 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
Coach: Pam Snyder (Penn State)
Conference: AMCC
Region: Great Lakes
Enrollment: 3660
Location: Altoona, PA
Colors: Blue, White
Official Site: Men | Women

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2011 Women's Standings
Penn State-Altoona 8-0-1 14-5-3
Pitt-Bradford 7-1-1 12-3-2
Penn State-Behrend 7-2-0 13-7-2
D'Youville 5-4-0 7-9-1
La Roche 4-4-1 6-8-4
Franciscan 4-5-0 8-8-0
Medaille 3-4-0 5-7-0
Pitt-Greensburg 0-1-1 0-2-1
Hilbert 2-7-0 7-10-0
Mount Aloysius 0-7-0 0-11-0
How did we do with our All-America teams?
A+ (Nearly Perfect) - impressive, hardly a disagreement
A (Excellent) - top notch, only minor disagreements
B (Good) - some disagreements, but got it mostly right
C (Okay) - right more than wrong, but could have been better
D (Poor) - missed the mark more than not
F (Abject Failure) - useless
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