After tying a program record for regular-season wins, the Nittany Lions (12-3, 3-3 Big Ten) earned their first NCAA Tournament bid since 2013 as the No. 7 overall seed.
Author Matt Castle
Nick Aponte and Mac O’Keefe led the scoring for Penn State with five and four goals, respectively, in the Big House Sunday afternoon.
No. 9 Penn State Nittany Lions (11-2, 2-2 Big Ten) entered senior night losing back-to-back games against two extremely talented teams in Maryland and Johns Hopkins. Penn State turned the tide by improving at the face-off circle and was able to down No. 14 Rutgers 13-4.
At the base of a mountain known for skiing, Post Malone and Kirko Bangz took the stage and performed at the inaugural Spring Fest in front of a few thousand students who were celebrating the 4/20 holiday.
In Penn State football’s final media availability before the Blue-White game, James Franklin spent time talking about the progression of his team and the areas he has been looking to improve in over the next several months leading up to the season; he even threw an unexpected curveball at all members of the media.
Franklin talked about McSorley’s leadership developments and discussed making changes to help the defense improve its turnover ratio at practice on Wednesday.
No. 8 Maryland was just too much for Penn State and walked away with a 15-11 victory behind a team-high four goals from senior attacker Matt Rambo.
This unit hopes to continue momentum from last season into its 2017 campaign while replacing some veterans with new faces.
The Nittany Lions saw their historic season come to a close Sunday night in Cincinnati, as No. 1 Denver advanced to the Frozen Four.
The Nittany Lions put on an absolute show in Cincinnati Saturday evening. They’ll face top-seeded Denver Sunday at 6:00 ET with a spot in the Frozen Four on the line.
In its first Big Ten championship game in program history, No. 15 Penn State (23-11-2) beat No. 18 Wisconsin 2-1…
No. 15 Penn State men’s hockey is heading to its first Big Ten championship game in program history tonight against Wisconsin. The Nittany Lions have played consistently well throughout the tournament, and there have been several contributing factors in this accomplishment.
No. 15 Penn State (23-11-2) took on No. 5 Minnesota (23-11-3) in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament and the fifth time these teams have met this season did not disappoint. This well-played, hard-fought game couldn’t be decided in regulation and was eventually settled in double overtime as Penn State walked away victorious.
No. 15 Penn State (22-11-2, 10-9-1 B1G) opened up the Big Ten Tournament with a solid 4-1 win against a red hot Michigan Wolverines team who swept them the previous week.
Penn State followed up its impressive road win against Northwestern with another quality performance to take down the Golden Gophers at the Bryce Jordan Center.
The 2017 Nittany Lions’ national recognition started today with the release of ESPN’s Way-too-early CFB Top 25 for next season. Penn State checks in at No. 5 on the list.
Following the re-opening of its Allen Street location, Champs Sports Bar & Grill hosted Little Mania: Ultimate Midget Wrestling for the third time ever Tuesday night and the main event did not disappoint.
The Nittany Lions (16-4-2) suffered their second consecutive loss for the first time this season as they fell to Princeton 5-4 in Philadelphia.
No. 1 Penn State (16-3-2, 5-2-1 B1G) fell to No. 11 Ohio State 6-3 Saturday night at Pegula.
Michigan’s star all-around athlete Jabrill Peppers took to twitter last night to explain that he is completely fine with Penn State being ranked ahead of his Wolverines.
Of the 27 names on Penn State hockey’s roster this season, arguably no one has been more impressive so far than freshman forward Denis Smirnov.
No. 12 Penn State (9-1-1) continued its nine game unbeaten streak as it snuck past Alaska-Anchorage 3-1 Saturday night.