Author Ethan Kasales
Zettel, Penn State’s beloved tree-tackling super athlete, went No. 202 overall in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions.
No. 18 Penn State delivered a huge victory on an emotional Senior Day in which the Nittany Lions dedicated their locker room to fallen teammate Connor Darcey.
Dunkin’ Donuts opened its fourth State College location on 1311 South Atherton last Friday.
Jeff Tambroni’s Nittany Lions dropped a Big Ten barn burner in High Point Solutions Stadium Friday night.
World-renowned naturalist/conservationist Jeff Corwin visited Alumni Hall Friday night as SPA’s last Distinguished Speaker of the semester.
Located in the heart of downtown State College, Rapid Transit Sports has been a fixture in the local community for more than three decades captained by its beloved owner Terry Losch,
Take a closer look at the Nittany Lions who saw their stock go up or down after the annual spring scrimmage this past weekend.
Allen, a redshirt sophomore from Hyattsville, Md., made the most of his ample opportunities to carry the rock during the Blue-White Game.
For the first time since James Franklin arrived in State College, the Nittany Lions have a signal caller on their roster truly suited for the offense, but will it be Trace or Tommy?
Saturday’s annual scrimmage will shed some light on the progress, or lack thereof, that a few key players have made during spring ball.
Carr joins fellow incoming Nittany Lions and Roman Catholic teammates, Lamar Stevens and Nazeer Bostick, as AAAA First-Team selections for Pat Chambers.
Castañeda has degrees from UCLA and Oxford, plays West Coast rap before class, and asks students to analyze their preconceived notions of society.
Givens came to Penn State as an athlete with no clear-cut position, but after adding some serious muscle, he’s in line for meaningful snaps along the defensive line this spring.
The Nittany Lions put on their rally caps in the ninth inning of game three to notch a key win over the defending Big Ten regular season champion Illini in Champaign.
True freshman first baseman Willie Burger is part of a talented youth infusion for Penn State baseball that has big implications for the present and future of the program.
The Nittany Lions’ pair of Garden State giants are ready to shed their redshirts and wreak havoc on opposing Big Ten defenses.