Month: March 2013

Penn State Hosts Purdue for First Home Series

The Nittany Lions have crawled out to a 5-15 overall record so far this year. Today, they host their first conference series of the season this weekend against Purdue. Today’s first pitch is slated for 4:05 p.m., while Saturday and Sunday’s games begin at 2:05 p.m. and 1:05 p.m., respectively.

Countdown to Blue-White / 22 Days: Five Under the Radar Players to Step Up in 2013

While fans might look for this year’s version of Allen Robinson or Zach Zwinak to seemingly come out of nowhere and assume a major role, there are several under the radar players to look for to make major contributions for Penn State in 2013.

Culture Problem? More Like a Nerd Problem

With 64 All-Big Ten Academic honorees, Penn State’s winter sports athletes prove they can dominate athletics AND academics.

Vote for Ed Ruth for the Dan Hodge Trophy Award

The Dan Hodge award is up for fan voting this year. Ed Ruth is one of the finalists and trails Cornell’s Kyle Dake, but polls remain open throughout the day with the announcement coming tomorrow.

Mullen/Dooley Set To Take Office

It wasn’t exactly the easiest two weeks, but Katelyn Mullen and Brenden Dooley can now officially call themselves the President and Vice President of UPUA. About 8 percent of the student body voted — 11 percent lower than last years voter turnout.

Leave It to Beaver

After having multiple buildings, a street, and a stadium named after him, who is Beaver?

Paterno Family to Speak at Child Abuse Awareness Event

Jay and Sue Paterno plan to speak at an anual child abuse prevention event in Harrisburg on April 10, according to a report in WGAL News 8.

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