The Penn State women's soccer team may have lost seven seniors, but that will not keep them from remaining favorites to win yet another Big Ten title.
The 13th ranked Nittany Lions have won 12 straight titles and have made the NCAA Tournament 15 years in a row. Led by captains Megan Monroig and Emma Thomson, the team will attempt to play attractive, attacking soccer that would mean even more success this year.
"I'm pretty confident we're going to have some good attacking power," coach Erica Walsh said. She added, however, "We need to shore up in the back."
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In an announcement sure to surprise no one, Penn State's women's volleyball team has been ranked preseason #1 in the American Volleyball Coaches Association poll. The Nittany Lions are looking to win their 4th consecutive national championship and continuing to extend their record-setting 102 match winning streak.
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The 2005 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot, is scheduled to bring laughs and non sequiturs to the Eisenhower Auditorium. The musical has the distinction of being “lovingly ripped off from the major motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” The show will start at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 28 and 29.
The performance is a part of a Broadway tour that will bring King Arthur and his knights across the country. Inevitably, the Lady of the Lake will steal the show since that particular part will be played by Penn State alum Caroline Bowman, who graduated from the Musical Theatre program. This show will be Bowman’s national tour debut.
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