Penn State senior defender Colleen Shea (April 5)

The Seton Keough graduate played a key role in the No. 7 Nittany Lions' 16-11 upset of then-No. 2 Florida on Saturday in State College. She had two caused turnovers in the game, which ended Florida's 24-game regular-season winning streak. In addition to holding the Gators below their 14-goal average, Shea's unit kept them to just three shots and two goals in the second half as the Lions scored eight of the last nine goals. The Lions (7-3) also did not commit a single foul and had only one turnover in the second half. Shea has 38 career caused turnovers and 54 ground balls.

( Mark Selders, Penn State Athletic Communications / March 30, 2013 )

The Seton Keough graduate played a key role in the No. 7 Nittany Lions' 16-11 upset of then-No. 2 Florida on Saturday in State College. She had two caused turnovers in the game, which ended Florida's 24-game regular-season winning streak. In addition to holding the Gators below their 14-goal average, Shea's unit kept them to just three shots and two goals in the second half as the Lions scored eight of the last nine goals. The Lions (7-3) also did not commit a single foul and had only one turnover in the second half. Shea has 38 career caused turnovers and 54 ground balls.

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