Four-star prospect Solomon Enis, son of Penn State great Curtis Enis, on Friday told PennLive’s Daniel Gallen, “Franklin signed a new five-year deal so he’s going to be there a minute while I’m there.”
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“Our goal has always been to uncover and make transparent the full truth. We have done all we can in this litigation to achieve that end and the furtherance of it beyond this point will not yield anything new, which is why I have decided to end my litigation with the NCAA,” Paterno said in the statement.
RB Saquon Barkley, QB Trace McSorley, and TE Mike Gesicki were ranked as the 5th, 41st, and 81st best players in college football, respectively, coming off of the breakout 2016 season for the Nittany Lions.
Penn State women’s soccer head coach Erica Dambach discussed her team’s various training options during the summer, including a special opportunity in Seattle.
Penn State Athletics announced Thursday that the 15th annual Lift for Life will take place July 15 at 11 a.m. inside Holuba Hall.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions will don an updated jersey this season featuring stripes down the sleeves and Penn State on the front.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Health announced the 27 businesses, accounting for 52 locations, that will have dispensary permits allowing them to sell medical marijuana products. State College’s PA Health and Wellness LLC was listed as Centre County’s dispensary.
Morelli earned an ESPYs nomination for Best Female Athlete with a Disability after taking home two gold medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympics in cycling.
Portland’s 27-year tenure at Penn State encompassed seven conference championships, eight conference tournament titles, and numerous NCAA tournament appearances. However, despite the accolades and extraordinary stats, her coaching career is hindered by an alleged shadow of hate.
As of Wednesday, Penn State has more than 8,400 new season — up from 3,700 at the end of June in 2016. In February, Penn State reported a strong renewal rate of nearly 92% and counting.
According to a report from Deadline, the roles of Sue and Scott Paterno have been cast in HBO’s upcoming movie about Joe Paterno, which stars Al Pacino as the late Penn State football coach.
Penn State President Eric Barron ranked the sixth highest paid university president based on the $1,039,717 he reportedly earned from the 2015-2016 school year.
Running back Saquon Barkley, tight end Mike Gesicki, and safety Marcus Allen were the three Nittany Lions named to the first team for their performances during Penn State’s breakout 2016 season. Kicker Tyler Davis was also named to the second team.
The Deep Roots Mountain Revival, scheduled for July 20-22 in Masontown, W.Va., said in a statement on Wednesday that it will accept tickets that were purchased for Karoondinha.
Brian Patcoski will take over as the director of the LGBTQA Resource Center at Penn State, succeeding Allison Subasic who retired this past fall.
Organizers called off the festival Tuesday — taking down the website and shutting down its social media accounts — due to rising costs of holding the event and sub-par ticket sales.
The new advisory board is “intentionally broad,” with stakeholders from all corners of campus.
Every classic love story deserves a twist — like former Penn State President Graham Spanier and singer Tony Bennett, for instance.
Penn State hockey will have a large presence at NHL development camps across the league in the coming weeks with possibly 16 current, future, and former players participating in NHL camps.
Isaiah Harris will compete in London as part of Team USA for the 2017 IAAF World Track and Field Championships.
Penn State totaled four 2017 NHL Entry Draft picks, second to only Boston University for the most picks from any program.
Penn State hockey made a real splash in the NHL Entry Draft, and here’s how they will fit into their future teams.
The Los Angeles Kings took Cole Hults No. 134 overall, while Denis Smirnov was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the No. 156 pick, and Aarne Talvitie went off the board moments later at No. 160 to the New Jersey Devils.
Barratt, a center from Morrisville, Pa., is the first Penn State prospect to be taken in this year’s NHL entry draft and the seventh in program history.
Balancing early-morning workouts and afternoon scrimmages with an internship in the athletic department is all in a day’s work for Russ Rose’s senior outside hitter.
The NHL held a press conference prior to its annual entry draft Friday night detailing plans to look into more new Division I hockey programs like Penn State.