The Spartans fought through a slow first period to hold their on in the second, but Penn State came out on top of a must-win with a 4-2 victory.
Author Sara Civian
Obviously Penn State hockey’s 4-3 OT loss to Minnesota sucked at the time, but we refuse to let you forget the positives.
So I guess this is goodbye, Pegula. Who knew it would be so hard to let go of a building — one that didn’t even exist when I got to Penn State?
Follow along with our live stream for the last few hours of THON 2017.
The two campus celebrities showed up to THON to send words of encouragement to the dancers in the homestretch.
If you’ve been inside the BJC recently, chances are you know someone who knows someone who was absolutely positive Blink-182 was making an appearance at THON…
“I know at the end of the day it’s so worth it. To be able to look back and say I did this for the cause is really special,” he said. “Definitely a good reason to miss a series.”
We caught up with a member of everyone’s favorite committee (Rules & Regulations) in between shifts.
Two paths diverged in a wood, and either one could bring Penn State hockey to its first NCAA tournament.
A convincing first half was enough to pull off a 21-15 win despite a fierce late-game Hobart comeback effort.
The Nittany Lions snapped a five-game winless streak against the Badgers, who were riding on a five game win streak. This ship isn’t sinking.
The Interfraternity Council is hosting a candlelight vigil on Old Main this Sunday to honor Timothy Piazza, a Penn State sophomore whose life was cut tragically short last Thursday.
Luckily for the Nittany Lions, college hockey is a game of series. Penn State fell 5-1 to Minnesota at Mariucci tonight.
Former Penn State administrators Tim Curley, Gary Schultz, and Graham Spaniers’ failure to report child abuse charges were dropped today.
“We’re going to Minnesota to play the Gophers…it doesn’t get much better a challenge than that. You can look at it either way — the bigger the difficulty the bigger the opportunity. Things are going against us right now, and we have to figure out a way to come out of it.”
Despite the outcome, our hockey beat’s first road trip of the season was a good time. Here are some of the best sights and sounds from the Wells Fargo Center:
No. 1 Penn State and No. 11 Ohio State tied 3-3 in a White Out overtime thriller. Ohio State won the extra shootout point after six rounds of back-and-forth.
Some people think Penn State and the Big Ten ruined college hockey. They didn’t, but that attitude might.
Liam Folkes managed to score from behind the goal line and it made the NCAA’s Top Plays of the Week.
The thirst for Penn State football was real on Twitter over the weekend.