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Day: August 19, 2016

Women’s Soccer Draws With West Virginia 1-1 In Season Opener

Erica Dambach's defending national champs took the pitch at a packed Jeffrey Field Friday night in search of a huge Top 10 victory, but they settled for a 1-1 draw versus West Virginia.

Season Preview: Women’s Soccer Has Second Championship In Sight, But Major Questions Loom

Penn State is coming off of winning its first ever College Cup, but will struggle with the departures of key seniors and the redshirts of several likely starters.

Missing Penn State Professor Found Dead In Suspected Homicide

The body of missing Penn State professor Ronald Bettig was found in a quarry, Centre Daily Times reported Friday afternoon.

Sorority Sisters Facing Federal Court After Alleged Roommate Drama

Rachel Lader filed a lawsuit against her roommate and sorority sister Molly Brownstein claiming that Brownstein's parent's influence at the university led to Lader's academic probation.

Vice President For Government And Community Relations Michael DiRaimo To Step Down

Vice President for Government and Community Relations Michael DiRaimo will step down next month after a 15-year tenure with Penn State.

Former Track And Field Standout Joe Kovacs Takes Silver In Rio

2011 graduate Joe Kovacs earned silver in the men's shot put competition, making him the third Penn Stater to earn a medal at the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.

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