PSU news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

About

Penn State vs. Kent State In Photos

The 2016 football season kicked off with a win against Kent State on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. The Nittany Lions played the Golden Flashes for the first time since 2011, and while they struggled in the first half, the team came away with a 33-13 win. Here is the game in review through the lens of Onward State’s photographer, Dana Lipshutz.

Hackenberg comes to support the team during Kent State Football Fall 2016
Christian Hackenberg makes a surprise visit to support the team during warm-ups and much of the first half.
The Blue Band, per tradition, lead the team out of the tunnel before every home game.
The Blue Band, per tradition, lead the team out of the tunnel before the game.
Trace McSorely, in his first official start at quarterback, scrambles out of the pocket, something we would see him do frequently for the rest of the game.
Trace McSorely, in his first official start at quarterback, scrambles out of the pocket, something we saw him do frequently for the rest of the game.
Grant Haley edges the crowd on during a "We Are..." chant.
Grant Haley hypes up the crowd during a “We Are…” chant.
Sophomore, Saquon Barkley ran for over 100 yards in the opening game.
Sophomore Saquon Barkley ran for more than 100 yards in the opening game.
DeAndre Thompkins makes an amazing catch in the second quarter, however the drive didn't result in a touchdown.
DeAndre Thompkins makes an amazing catch in the second quarter. However, the drive didn’t result in a touchdown.
football fall 2016 kent state
Cornerback John Reid and Defensive Tackle Antoine White tag team a tackle.
Evan Schwan goes down with an injury, but is able to walk off the field himself.
Evan Schwan goes down with an injury but is able to walk off the field himself.
Garrett Sickels and Antoine White tackle a kent state football player fall 2016
Antoine White and defensive end Garrett Sickels sack the Kent State quarterback.
Saquon Barkley looks over towards Trace McSorely during the midsts of the game.
Saquon Barkley looks over at Trace McSorely in the midst of the game.
Mike Gesicki and Trace McSorely embrace after Gesicki scored for the second time that game.
Mike Gesicki and Trace McSorely embrace after Gesicki scored for the second time during the home opener.
As per tradition, the team gathered in the South end zone to sing the Alma Matter with the student section fans.
Per tradition, the team gathered in the South end zone after the game to sing the Alma Matter with the fans in the student section.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Dana Lipshutz

Dana Lipshutz is a senior majoring in Graphic Design who comes from the typical “right outside of Philly” town of Warrington. She overuses the word ‘hooligan’ and likes Harvest Cheddar Sun Chips and raspberry ice tea a bit too much. You can email her at [email protected] or you can follow her @DanaLipshutz however it’s mostly just retweets of Beyoncé gifs/memes.

Comments

Other posts by Dana

[Photo Story] Relive Homecoming Weekend 2018

Now that you’ve had a full day to recover from the heartbreaking 21-17 loss to Michigan State, it’s time to relive the other, more successful parts of Homecoming weekend.

46 Hours In 46 Photos: THON 2017

[Photos] Slides Of Strength Allows Reprieve For Dancers

Penn State Football Moves Up To No. 17 In AP Top 25

The Nittany Lions moved up one spot following their 33-28 victory over Indiana on Saturday.

Penn State Fraternities’ CPR Training Is ‘First Step’ Toward Safer Greek Life

After 12 months, what began as an English 202 project is making Greek Life safer.

Send this to a friend