“You have to keep knocking on the door before you can go through it,” head coach Missy Doherty said Friday. Perhaps the program’s sixth national title will soon be behind one of those doors.
Monthly Archives: May, 2017
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-4) couldn’t catch up to a dominant Maryland attack that saw five different players score a hat trick Friday at Gillette Stadium.
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-3) face a tough task in No. 1 seed Maryland Friday at Gillette Stadium. Here’s a quick rundown on their second straight Final Four appearance.
The former drivers are seeking the return of wages they allege were taken from them and placed in an unlawful and unapproved “tipping pool.”
Ryan Belz, the former president of Penn State Students For Trump and UPUA presidential candidate seized the Plinko record during an episode of The Price Is Right that aired earlier today.
ESPN revealed that Penn State will face Akron at noon to start the year 100 days in advance of the regular season opener
The Buffalo Bills added a Penn Stater to their roster after signing Gerald Hodges to a one-year deal.
Judson Horras, the president and CEO of the North American Interfraternity Conference, went on CBS This Morning to discuss the incident at the Beta Theta Pi house that resulted in the death of Timothy Piazza and the issues of hazing in fraternities around the country.
Penn State Panhellenic announced Wednesday that members of its executive council will have the option to extend their terms through 2018 spring bid day in response to the university’s decision to defer recruitment until the spring semester for the 2017-18 school year.
The uber talented duo of sophomore attacker Madison Carter and junior midfielder Katie O’Donnell has the Penn State women’s lacrosse team headed to its second straight Final Four.
Penn State administrators will discuss “a comprehensive set of recommendations to ensure significant change” to Greek Life on June 2.
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-3) are headed to their second straight Final Four this Friday in Foxborough, Mass.
The senior defender out of Severna Park, Md., holds the rare distinction of serving as a three-year captain for the Nittany Lions, who host Princeton Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Elite Eight.
The Nittany Lions (18-37) upset No. 23 Nebraska 8-7 Thursday on Nick Riotto’s walk-off double before losing the last two games of the season to the Cornhuskers.
The former two-way standout for the Nittany Lions from 2005-2007 and six-year NFL veteran started a job as an assistant recruiting coordinator this week.
Beta Theta Pi’s former Penn State chapter filed a motion Friday asking the Centre County Court of Common Pleas to hold Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller in contempt.
Wartman-White filed a lawsuit in U.S. Middle District Court on Thursday claiming breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, and bad faith denial of insurance benefits. He is seeking at least $1.5 million, the total value of the policy, in compensatory damages as well as punitive damages and legal fees.
After falling to Don Hahn in the Democratic primaries for State College Mayor on Tuesday, Michael Black secured the Republican nomination via write-in votes.
A portion of ticket proceeds from the June 13 game against the Colorado Rockies will be donated to THON.
Malik Moffett also earned honors for his performance at the Big Ten Championships where he won titles in the long jump and 200 meters.
Bernie Cantorna earned the Democratic nomination for Centre County District Attorney Tuesday. He easily defeated current DA Stacy Parks Miller.
This year’s general municipal election is slated for November 7, when residents will have the opportunity to officially elect the newest members of the State College Borough Council.
Former Borough Council President Don Hahn won the Democratic primary Tuesday night after 12 years of service on the council.
In a statement, the charges were described as “inappropriate” as they believe Michael Bonatucci was not involved in any of the events that happened bid acceptance night as described in the grand jury presentment.
The State College Municipal Primary saw a 543% increase in absentee ballots from 2015 thanks in large part to BugPAC.
While gender presentation is still the mainstream form of drag, anything can be drag as long as it’s an expression of the performer.
Penn State-Ohio State will be switching to Fox after the network purchased half of the Big Ten’s media rights.