Having a knack for turning around struggling or new programs, hockey coach Guy Gadowsky has imposed a new identity and unprecedented success in Hockey Valley.
Penn State’s own Tim Frazier is going back to the NBA, swapping the City of Brotherly Love for Rip City. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Trailblazers will pick up Frazier, who was waived by the Philadelphia 76ers in order to clear up a roster spot for the recently acquired Thomas Robinson on Feb. 24.
Though the Nittany Lions came up just short in a 10-8 loss to No. 16 Ohio State, Dan Craig scored a highlight reel goal during the program’s first nationally televised home game on ESPNU.
Penn State baseball kept to its winning ways at home, sweeping Central Connecticut to extend its winning streak to five games.
Despite four late game goals, Penn State fell to No. 16 Ohio State 10-8 in its inaugural Big Ten game on Sunday.
The Penn State Boxing Club needs your help. After traveling to West Point to compete in the ECBA regional tournament, the club team qualified six boxers for the national tournament in Miami, Florida. The competition is only a couple weeks away, but unfortunately, the team has run into a bit of a roadblock when it comes to funding the trip.
Pat Cummins has gone from Penn State wrestling walk-on to rising UFC star. In the blink of an eye, Cummins transformed from a coffee barista to UFC co-headliner, leaving UFC fans around the world with one question: Who is he?
Facing a 2-1 deficit, Penn State men’s volleyball claimed the final two sets to escape NJIT in five sets (27-29, 25-15, 23-25, 25-16, 15-13) in Rec Hall Saturday afternoon, keeping its eight game winning streak intact and remaining undefeated in conference play.
Eight-ranked men’s volleyball continued its dominant stretch on Friday night in Rec Hall with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-23) win against Princeton, earning its seventh straight victory to remain undefeated in EIVA conference play.
Penn State men’s gymnastics captured its third Big Ten title on its home floor Friday night with a team score of 436.700, narrowly defeating Michigan (434.750) and Illinois (436.100) in front of 1,060 fans in Rec Hall.