Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics currently supports 31 varsity sports in the Big Ten.

James Franklin looks to lead the football team to new heights in his first season as head coach. Enthusiastic Pat Chambers has the men’s basketball team playing a scrappy and exciting brand of basketball, while Coquese Washington’s Lady Lions look to capture another conference championship. The wrestling team remains in position to repeat as National Champions, and the men’s hockey team will look to build on a solid 2014 season at Pegula Ice Arena this winter.

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Penn State announced today that it will team up with former linebacker Tim Shaw's Best Man Tim Campaign to fight ALS.
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Former Penn State basketball great Tim Frazier, who holds the career assists record for the Nittany Lions, will have to put his NBA dream on hold.
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Kevin Montminy Dave Cole
Kevin Montminy is not your traditional Big Ten captain. The Centre County native won't be featured on any preseason watch lists, all Big Ten teams, or even the Nittany Lion starting five. In fact, last year he saw just 14 minutes on the court, and in his three years with the team, he's only scored 24 points. But none of this stopped Montminy from earning the honor of being a captain on the 2014-2015 basketball team, and earning his first scholarship after spending three years as a walk-on.
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The Penn State men's soccer team (10-3-1, 4-2-0 B1G) suffered its third consecutive loss on Wednesday, this time at the hands of the West Virginia Mountaineers, 2-1.
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For only the second time this season, the No. 12 men's soccer team found itself unable to find the back of the net. The team suffered a 2-0 loss to No. 16 Michigan State on Saturday, its second loss in as many games.
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by mitchell wilston. vs umass-lowell 11/14/13
With Penn State’s hockey game with no. 19 Alaska Fairbanks (3-0-0) resulting in a 4-3 win for the Nanooks, UAF was declared winner of the Brice Alaska Goal Rush. It finished the tournament with a record of 2-0-0, while Penn State finished 0-1-1.
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Penn State women's volleyball defeated Indiana to cap off a perfect weekend.
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No. 7 Penn State was able to escape West Lafayette with a win Friday night behind the offensive performances of Aiyana Whitney and Ali Frantti.
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Men's hockey blew a two goal lead in a 3-3 tie against Alaska Anchorage in the first game of the Brice Alaska Goal Rush.
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Bobby Chen
Penn State men's basketball will host an open scrimmage for tailgating-averse fans prior to football's Ohio State game at 2 p.m. next Saturday, Oct. 25 in the Bryce Jordan Center.