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Day: March 1, 2016

Saquon Barkley Breaks Team Weight Lifting Record

Penn State fans were introduced to the talent of the high-flying spectacle Saquon Barkley against Buffalo and were reminded of it again and again with each touch throughout his first season. It turns out, Saquon pulls out the same sort of highlights in the weight room.

Judge Dismisses Paterno-Kenney Lawsuit Against Penn State

A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit brought by former Penn State coaches Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney against Penn State, according to the Associated Press.

Hackenberg, Zettel Lead Way For Penn State At NFL Combine

With arguably the most important Penn State player in recent history entering the draft, all eyes were fixed on Hackenberg and his defensive counterparts as they hit the NFL Combine in hopes of boosting their draft stock.

Wrestling Team More Confident Than Ever After Incredible Season

Coming off one of the most successful seasons in recent memory, Penn State wrestling is primed for success in the near and distant future.

UPUA President, PASS Schools Call For State Budget Action

Today, due to gridlock in Harrisburg, the four state-related universities in Pennsylvania face the prospect of receiving zero dollars in allocations this year, a $600 million shortfall. The past several years have seen meager state funding, and our universities have adapted by cutting costs where possible, but that is no longer feasible.

Penn Stater Named To Olympic Committee’s Centre for Safe Sport’s Inaugural Board

The Center for Safe Sport was recently created to tackle the issue of protecting America's athletes. Penn State will be represented on the inaugural board by chief ethics and compliance officer Regis Becker.

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