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Day: November 13, 2015

Men’s Hockey Steamrolls Sacred Heart 8-2, Breaks Program Powerplay Record

Men's hockey shattered a program powerplay record in an 8-2 victory over Sacred Heart, anchored by a resurgent Eamon McAdam in net.

No. 2 Wrestling Dominates Lock Haven In Season Opener

Penn State wrestling opened its season Friday night against Lock Haven, and won easily in a 50-0 shutout. Stars Nico Megaludis and Bo Nickal looked promising for the Nittany Lions, who face No. 7 Virginia Tech on Sunday.

Top-Seeded Penn State Women’s Soccer Crushes Albany 5-0 In First Round Of NCAA Tournament

Top-seeded Penn State women's soccer made easy work of its opening-round matchup against Albany Friday night at Jeffrey Field.

Basketball Student Section ‘Nittany Nation’ Rebrands As ‘Legion of Blue’

Formerly known as 'Nittany Nation,' the men's basketball student section rebranded to 'Legion of Blue' a day before the season opener.

Pennsylvania Court Restores Jerry Sandusky’s Pension

A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled to restore Jerry Sandusky's pension after determining that Sandusky was not a Penn State employee when his crimes were committed.

Staff Predictions: How Penn State Hoops Will Fare In 2015-16

DJ Newbill is out, and one of Penn State's most-hyped recruiting classes ever is in. Our staff shared its predictions for the upcoming season.

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