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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Cael Sanderson and the Penn State wrestling program picked up a verbal commitment from the nation's top recruit, Vincenso Joseph.
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Penn State fall sports moved their combined record to 44-5-1 over the weekend.
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Penn State's homecoming weekend got started with a bang last night, as the Penn State women's soccer team defeated the visiting Northwestern Wildcats.
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The Penn State women's volleyball team (13-1) swept the Wisconsin Badgers (9-2) in Madison Wednesday night. A national championship rematch and the Big Ten opener for both teams, the Nittany Lions took sole possession of the conference's first place.
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Penn State scored its most goals for one game since 1999 in a 6-2 beatdown of Penn last night at Jeffrey Field.
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The Penn State women's volleyball team (12-1) will travel to Madison on Wednesday to open its Big Ten season against Wisconsin (9-1). A rematch of last year's national championship, both teams are ranked in the top five nationally.
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The No. 8 women's soccer team continued its dominant season last night, steamrolling the Bucknell Bison 7-0.
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Lady Lions Tournament Loss
Seven former Lady Lions, including standouts Alex Bentley and Maggie Lucas, look to take their basketball careers overseas.
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PSU Soccer
Despite the rain and humidity, the Penn State Nittany Lions were able to pull out a victory against the visiting Ohio State Buckeyes 1-0, thanks to the 63rd minute goal by redshirt junior midfielder Kyle MacDonald.
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The No. 8 Penn State women's soccer team thrashed Ohio State by a score of 5-1 in the team's home Big Ten opener at Jeffrey Field on Friday night.