Moscato, McLeod win Olympic bronze medals with Canada

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato, two former Penn State women's soccer players, have earned bronze medals as Canada defeated France by a score of 1-0 in Coventry, England on Thursday (Aug. 9) in the Bronze Medal Match.

Midfielder Diana Matheson scored two minutes into extra time to give Canada the 1-0 victory. McLeod and Moscato are the first Penn State soccer players to earn a medal at the Olympics in program history. The bronze medal for the Canadians was the first sport medal for Canada since 1936.

The 29-year old McLeod started in goal for the Canadians while Moscato was a starting defender. McLeod made four saves in the match.

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Last Updated August 10, 2012