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Day: March 2, 2012

Lady Lions Avoid Upset Against Minnesota

The Penn State women's basketball team avoided an early exit from the Big Ten Tournament with a come-from-behind victory over Minnesota, 78-74. All five starters scored in double figures for the Lady Lions, who advance to the semifinals for the second year in a row.

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Icers Take Aim At One More National Title

With the ACHA tournament starting today, Ben Jones looks at Penn State’s chances at getting one more national championship at the club level before moving to Division I next year.

Santorum Criticizes Penn State, Professors for Liberal Bias

In a recent interview with Detroit-based Talk Radio 1270, the show's host Charlie Langton further questioned Santorum regarding his beliefs on higher education, causing Santorum to lash out at Penn State.

Everything You Need To Know About Spring Break in Panama City

Heading to Panama City for spring break? Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming week.

10 Questions With StateCollege.com EIC Ron Musselman

Just two weeks ago, Ron Musselman was named the new editor-in-chief of LazerPro Digital Media Group, our parent company, which also controls StateCollege.com, Altoona.com, and Williamsport.com. He brings to the table 30 years of experience in the newspaper industry, most recently working for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazzette as their State College writer. We are excited to have Ron on the team and look forward to working with him more in the future.

Penn State Basketball Has Best Days Ahead

Coming into 2012 season, the expectations for Penn State basketball team were at an all-time low. Their top four scorers, including the leading scorer in school history, Talor Battle, had graduated. Their head coach had bolted the program for Navy, and a new coach, Patrick Chambers, was brought in. The roster was filled with underclassmen and only one returning starter. These players would be thrown out to play with the sharks of the best basketball conference in the country, the Big Ten. “It’ll be a miracle if they win one conference game,” thought many fans.

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