In anticipation of the annual Blue-White Game on April 18, head coach James Franklin announced the members of his 2015 Leadership Council today.
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Earlier today, it was announced that Peter and Ann Tombros will donate to a $1.1 million Penn State basketball project in an effort to improve the quality of the basketball facilities.
The Lady Lions 2014-15 season likely came to a merciful end last night with a 68-63 loss at Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Despite trailing 24-17 at halftime, the Lady Lions (6-18, 3-10 B1G) stormed back in the second half to beat Purdue 54-50 to earn their first Big Ten road win of the year.
Parkmobile, an app that allows users to pay for their parking meter from a cell phone, will donate 25 percent of its transaction fees to THON from Feb. 1 – 21.
Cancer-free for three years, Emily Whitehead and her family are launching the Emily Whitehead Foundation to raise funds for pediatric cancer research.
Former Penn State tight end-turned-lineman Garry Gilliam scored a 19-yard touchdown in today’s NFC Championship.
After a strong showing in several fall sports, Penn State placed fourth in the most recent Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings. Penn State currently has 338.0 Directors’ Cup points, and trails Stanford (500.0), UCLA (430.0), and North Carolina (405.50) in the standings.
Penn State fell to RMU 4-2 tonight in the Three Rivers Classic at CONSOL Energy Center.
On Sunday afternoon, a Calgary Stampeders team coached by former Penn State quarterback John Hufnagel beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 20-16 to take home the Grey Cup.
Well, that was disappointing. Even with the bye week to prepare, Penn State’s offense sputtered for the second straight in…
All in all, yesterday was an eventful day for Dear Old State. And if you’re on Twitter, yesterday was even more entertaining thanks to the unbridled happiness of Penn State fans contrasted with the bitterness from Ohio State and Pitt fans. Let’s recap what happened yesterday through the lens of social media:
In a cool bit of news, Pittsburgh Penn Staters can now get their Creamery fix from an ice cream truck.
What a wild first weekend for Penn State sports. Out of the nine games played this weekend across the various sports, the Nittany Lions were victorious in each. Not a bad start to the school year, we’d say. Here’s what went down this weekend:
On August 13, Penn State made the switch to an all-digital signal which drastically improved the channel selection for students living on campus. Students will now have access to 95 HD channels, 120 SD channels, and 50 digital music channels thanks to the conversion.