Women’s Volleyball claimed its second-straight and seventh-overall national championship Saturday night, further cementing its dynastic legacy.
Those in attendance at a sold out Rec Hall got an early Christmas present Friday night, as No. 5 Penn…
Micha Hancock was named the AVCA Division One National Player of the Year after a record-setting senior season in which she helped lead Penn State to a 35-3 record and a trip to the national championship game.
The No. 20 Nittany Lions are off to their best-ever start in their short Division-1 history, as evidenced by the program’s first national ranking. The team has already surpassed last year’s win total and currently holds a record of 9-4-2, and has multiple players shining on a national scale. In the middle of a three-week break and with the Big Ten schedule quickly approaching, here’s our first hockey report card.
Following up on his pledge to review the materials that went into the Freeh Report, President Eric Barron released a statement today assuring Penn State employees that he will protect the anonymity of people interviewed by Louis Freeh “to the maximum extent possible” under the law.
After racing to ten wins in its first eleven games to sit in a three-way tie atop the Big Ten standings, you could say Penn State basketball is in uncharted territory. We’re here to put the 10-1 start in perspective.
Now that the stress of finals is beginning to wear off, a growing excitement to get back home and do nothing but eat and sleep all day is palpable. But what if you’re stuck in State College over winter break? Whether you’re a townie, or just simply stranded in good ol’ wintry Happy Valley, State College and the surrounding areas will continue to have fun events throughout the three-week break. If you’re in need of something to do during your well-deserved time off, check out the list of events here.