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. You can find all of the latest coverage on Penn State Athletics right here!
0 Pavlik Earns 500th Career Win, Men’s Volleyball Claims EIVA Title In Sweep Over Saint Francis

In the season finale of his 21st season at the helm, men’s volleyball coach Mark Pavlik picked up his 500th career victory as No. 7 Penn State swept conference foe Saint Francis, 25-21, 25-19, 25-22. It was the Nittany Lions 14th-straight victory, securing an undefeated EIVA season for the third time in the last five years and 31st regular season conference title.

1 Russ Rose: The Man Behind The Dynasty

“The goal’s to get better. The goal’s to be a better person. You can’t guarantee success, you just want to guarantee that everybody’s doing what they’re supposed to be doing and everyone knows what their responsibilities are.”

0 Penn State Ranked Third In Latest Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings

After a successful fall, and an even stronger winter season, Penn State moved into third place in Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, an annual ranking of overall success in collegiate athletics. The Nittany Lions have 820 points in the cup, just 3.5 points behind second-place North Carolina, and a distant 206.5 points behind the current, dominant leader, Stanford.

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