Author Ethan Kasales
James Franklin’s No. 4 Nittany Lions will host Indiana Sept. 30 at 3:30 p.m. on the Big Ten Network.
The sophomore from Germany gave the Nittany Lions a huge victory with 0:42 left in double overtime on a scorching Sunday afternoon at Jeffrey Field.
The Nittany Lions have outscored their opponents 141-14 through the first three games of the season.
Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley led the Nittany Lions (3-0) to an emphatic rout of Georgia State Saturday night at Beaver Stadium.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions improved to 10-0 on the season thanks to a pair of sweeps in Saturday’s doubleheader at the Penn State Classic.
With 75 career matches under her belt, the redshirt senior from Wayne, PA, continues to thrive in the “eight role” for the Nittany Lions.
Erica Dambach’s Nittany Lions (4-2) couldn’t quite muster a comeback in their final non-conference game of the season.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions knocked off No. 4 Stanford for the second time in eight days Saturday at the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge in Champaign, Ill.
State College standout Keaton Ellis committed to his hometown school Saturday night following the Nittany Lions’ 33-14 win over Pitt.
Mike Gesicki and Saquon Barkley led the Nittany Lions to a commanding victory in front of the seventh-largest crowd in Beaver Stadium history.
Senior outside hitter Ali Frantti put on a show in her home state of Illinois Friday night with a match-high 17 kills to open the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge.
The college comparisons between McSorley and Brees stretch beyond their respective wins over Ohio State.
Senior forward Frannie Crouse led the Nittany Lions to only their second victory over North Carolina in program history Thursday night at Jeffrey Field.
Haleigh Washington took home AVCA and Big Ten Player of the Week laurels Tuesday, while Abby Detering earned her first espnW Player of the Week recognition.
Former Penn State and Tennessee Titans linebacker Tim Shaw, who’s battling ALS, was named the franchise’s sixth captain for the 2017 season Monday.
Erica Dambach’s Nittany Lions (3-1) dropped their first match of the season Saturday night in Morgantown.
Fresh off their upset of No. 1 Stanford Friday, Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions fell behind early to the Aggies before rallying for a clutch win in College Station.
“DeAndre was trapped in a bottle ready to explode,” Jarvis Miller said. “It was just great to see him in the end zone and have that confidence back.”
Saquon Barkley’s 246 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns highlighted an all-around dominant performance from the Nittany Lions to open the season.
Senior Abby Detering was spectacular Friday in College Station, posting a triple-double in No. 5 Penn State’s 3-1 win over the top-ranked Cardinal to open the Texas A&M Tournament.
Polk was named Penn State’s “Touchdown King” of training camp, while Taylor took home “Takeaway King” honors for hauling in the most interceptions.
Marissa Sheva said she used to be tentative with the ball at her feet when a chance on net arose. This season, the junior midfielder has been an absolute force in front of the goal.
“I’ve always been very excited about Christian Campbell, another guy with great length who is explosive and can run,” Brent Pry said. “He’s the healthiest he’s ever been in his career here at Penn State.”
While there wasn’t a whole lot of commotion at the top of the depth chart, competition for a handful of backup jobs should be fierce Saturday.
Senior outside hitter Ali Frantti recorded her 1,000th career kill Saturday night as No. 6 Penn State swept the Mountaineers 25-16, 25-15, 25-5.
Simone Lee and Haleigh Washington combined for 21 kills Saturday morning in Morgantown, as No. 6 Penn State dropped the Blue Hens in straight sets to open its doubleheader.