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Day: March 16, 2017

Penn State Wrestling Leads After Day One Of NCAA Championships

The Nittany Lions went 15-1 to send seven wrestlers to the quarterfinals. Penn State is the top team in the standings following Thursday's action with more than a four-point lead over main competition Ohio State and Oklahoma State.

No. 15 Penn State Hockey Defeats Michigan 4-1 In Big Ten Quarterfinals

No. 15 Penn State (22-11-2, 10-9-1 B1G) opened up the Big Ten Tournament with a solid 4-1 win against a red hot Michigan Wolverines team who swept them the previous week.

Terrence Samuel, Isaiah Washington Granted Release From Basketball Program

Two reserve guards -- Terrence Samuel and Isaiah Washington -- announced their intentions to transfer away from the Penn State men's basketball program.

Sections Of South Allen Street And Calder Way Closed For Water Valve Repair

The State College Borough Water Authority will be performing emergency water valve repairs at the intersection of the two roads, which started at 8 a.m. Repairs throughout Thursday until the job is complete -- approximately 5 p.m.

General Motors Sustainability Director, Borough Council President To Visit Campus Sustainability Projects

The Director for Sustainability at General Motors, David Tulauskas, will visit campus on March 22 to check in on some projects sponsored by GM that promote sustainability.

Penn State History Lessons: The Pennsylvania Agricultural College Herbarium

The Penn State Herbarium's history stretches back almost as far as the university itself.

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