Month: May 2017

Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Falls To No. 1 Maryland 20-10 In Final Four

Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-4) couldn’t catch up to a dominant Maryland attack that saw five different players score a hat trick Friday at Gillette Stadium.

Final Four Preview: Penn State Women’s Lacrosse vs. No. 1 Maryland

Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-3) face a tough task in No. 1 seed Maryland Friday at Gillette Stadium. Here’s a quick rundown on their second straight Final Four appearance.

Delivery Drivers File Lawsuit Against Wings Over Happy Valley

The former drivers are seeking the return of wages they allege were taken from them and placed in an unlawful and unapproved “tipping pool.”

Penn State Alum Ryan Belz Sets Plinko Record On ‘The Price Is Right’

Ryan Belz, the former president of Penn State Students For Trump and UPUA presidential candidate seized the Plinko record during an episode of The Price Is Right that aired earlier today.

Penn State Football Gets Noon Primetime Slot On ABC For Season Opener Against Akron

ESPN revealed that Penn State will face Akron at noon to start the year 100 days in advance of the regular season opener

Buffalo Bills Sign Former Penn State LB Gerald Hodges To One-Year Deal

The Buffalo Bills added a Penn Stater to their roster after signing Gerald Hodges to a one-year deal.

Interfraternity CEO On CBS This Morning: “We Encourage Criminal Charges”

Judson Horras, the president and CEO of the North American Interfraternity Conference, went on CBS This Morning to discuss the incident at the Beta Theta Pi house that resulted in the death of Timothy Piazza and the issues of hazing in fraternities around the country.

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