Day: October 13, 2016

Women’s Soccer Settles For 2-2 OT Draw With Rutgers

No. 16 Penn State rallied back to tie the Scarlet Knights on a chilly Thursday night at Jeffrey Field that saw the Nittany Lions remain unbeaten in Big Ten play.

Commonwealth Drops Perjury Charge Against Tim Curley

Yet another serious charge against former administrator Tim Curley was dropped, granted Judge John Boccabella, who’s presiding over the Spanier, Curley, and Schultz court cases. The Commonwealth filed a Motion for Nolle Prosequi (read: charges to be dropped) on Wednesday and Judge Boccabella granted the request Thursday. This comes in addition to the the obstruction […]

Five Penn State Women’s Soccer Stars Named To U.S. U-20 National Team World Cup Roster

Rose Chandler, Maddie Elliston, Ellie Jean, Emily Ogle, and Kaleigh Riehl have all been named to the U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

Minivan Catches Fire At Sheetz Gas Pump

“If we hadn’t put it out quickly it could have done some damage to the pump, but there was not likely any risk of catastrophic damage because the gas was shut off to that area,” Kauffman said.

Know Your Enemy: Penn State Hockey vs. Mercyhurst

Penn State men’s hockey faces off against Mercyhurst this weekend for its first road game of the season. Meet the enemy.

Penn State Is One Of The Most Haunted Schools In The Country

Don’t worry — most of Happy Valley’s ghosts are (probably) pretty friendly.

The Rise Of DeAndre Thompkins

The redshirt sophomore receiver has turned the corner in his career in blue and white. Thompkins emerged to lead the team in receiving yards at the season’s halfway point.

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