Guy Gadowsky’s squad earned its first ever USCHO preseason ranking.
Monthly Archives: September, 2017
Standup comedian Chris D’Elia performed for a large student crowd at Alumni Hall in the HUB on Saturday night, touching on topics ranging from dolphins to “Game Of Thrones”.
The first and only person to be cured of HIV will be making his way to University Park on November 1.
The star running back had a surreal performance in Iowa City as he helped his team pull off a last-second win against the Hawkeyes — finishing the game with a school record of 358 all-purpose yards, including his 211 rushing yards off 28 carries and a touchdown.
The “Bodak Yellow” rapper showed her love for Allen’s dance moves via Twitter following Penn State’s win over Iowa.
Fourth quarter comebacks are nothing new for the Wizard of Camelot.
The fifth annual open house will give Penn State students and members of the State College community an opportunity to meet some of the university’s 70 horses. It will be hosted at the “Old Barn”, which is directly across from the north end zone of Beaver Stadium.
Amanda Dennis made her first start of the season in net for the Nittany Lions, while Charlotte Williams tallied Penn State’s lone goal in Sunday afternoon’s draw in Lincoln.
No. 3 Penn State field hockey took a tough loss today against Big Ten rival No. 9 Michigan, being shut out at home 3-0.
Saquon Barkley tallied yet another incredible performance, breaking the school record for all-purpose yards in a single game with 358 against Iowa.
Trace McSorley led the Nittany Lions 80 yards in 12 plays to win the game, as Juwan Johnson hauled in a 7-yard score to steal an all-time victory in Iowa City.
Noted James Franklin impersonator and Penn State alumnus Keegan-Michael Key appeared on ESPN’s College GameDay Saturday morning in New York to address Franklin’s decision to ice Georgia State’s kicker last weekend.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions dropped their first match of the season Friday night in Rec Hall, losing to No. 14 Nebraska 26-24, 25-19, 25-20.
The redshirt senior midfielder from Wayne, Pa., provided the game-winning header in the 72nd minute of Friday night’s Big Ten clash in Iowa City.
Depsite a comeback scare, No. 3 Penn State field hockey won a thriller against No. 14 Northwestern in an conference matchup at the Field Hockey Complex in Happy Valley.
Years after the end of his NFL career in 2011, Johnson said on Twitter Friday that he is living with CTE — a degenerative brain disease that’s been found in a number of football players after their deaths.
Thousands of Penn Staters will head out Friday to locations across Pennsylvania and beyond to participate in the last-ever THON canning weekend.
But alas, here we are, on the eve of THON’s final canning weekend. It feels bittersweet.