Micha Hancock was named the AVCA Division One National Player of the Year after a record-setting senior season in which she helped lead Penn State to a 35-3 record and a trip to the national championship game.
The No. 20 Nittany Lions are off to their best-ever start in their short Division-1 history, as evidenced by the program’s first national ranking. The team has already surpassed last year’s win total and currently holds a record of 9-4-2, and has multiple players shining on a national scale. In the middle of a three-week break and with the Big Ten schedule quickly approaching, here’s our first hockey report card.
After racing to ten wins in its first eleven games to sit in a three-way tie atop the Big Ten standings, you could say Penn State basketball is in uncharted territory. We’re here to put the 10-1 start in perspective.
Stop me if this sounds familiar: The Penn State volleyball team is headed to the National Championship.
No. 5 Penn State and No. 1 Stanford will meet in Oklahoma City tonight in the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament, with the winner taking on BYU or Texas in the national championship.
The Associated Press, Coaches’ Poll and CBS Sports’ Bracketology all believe the Nittany Lions’ fast start is no fluke.
The No. 20 Nittany Lions received their first ever ranking in this week’s USCHO Poll after a 9-4-2 start and holding first place in the Big Ten standings.
Watch Jordan Dickerson’s monster block and D.J. Newbill’s baseline reverse from yesterday’s win.
With finals week dawning on students, Pat Chambers and co. gave those in attendance something to take their minds off studying with a dominant 64-51 win over a stout George Washington team.