Monthly Archives: August, 2015

Features
0 A History Of The Penn State Golf Courses

The sport of golf is one that transcends time. Equipment may change as technology rapidly advances, but the objective will always remain the same: hit a little white ball into a hole in as few strokes as possible. This universally cherished game has made its presence felt right here at Penn State, all thanks to a handful of ambitious men with a dream and a plan.

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Athletics
0 Penn State And Navy Draw 1-1 After Two Overtimes

Penn State (1-0, 0-0) entered Sunday’s contest riding a wave of momentum after a 1-0 victory in the season opener over San Francisco on Friday. In front of an announced crowd of 1,590, two sessions of overtime were needed, but Penn State and Navy ended the contest with a 1-1 draw. Let’s take a look at how Sunday’s action unfolded.

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Features
0 Penn State Captures Season Opener With A 1-0 Victory Over San Francisco

With 2,449 fans in attendance, the Nittany Lions took the season opener with a 1-0 victory over San Francisco on a picturesque Friday evening at Jeffrey Field. Needing to start the season on a high note, the Nittany Lions overcame a sloppy first half to net home the deciding goal, and begin the 2015 campaign with momentum. Let’s take a look at how the action unfolded.

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News
0 Penn State To Meet Idaho In 2019 Season Opener

Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour announced on Friday that the Nittany Lions will take on the Idaho Vandals of the Sun Belt Conference at Beaver Stadium in the 2019 season opener. The game is set for August 31. With the recent announcement, Idaho becomes the third Sun Belt opponent Penn State will face in as many consecutive years — with Georgia State and Appalachian State slated for 2017 and 2018, respectively.

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