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Day: March 16, 2018


Penn State Wrestling Wins Third Straight NCAA Title

Penn State wrestling managed to hold off Ohio State and win its seventh national title in eight years.


Penn State Wrestling Rattles Off Another Royal Flush In NCAA Semifinals, Takes Team Lead

The Nittany Lions rattled off five consecutive wins in the semifinals, scoring bonus points in two of them, and benefitted from a 2-4 performance by the Buckeyes to take a 120.5-109.5 lead in a two-horse team race after two days.


Kelly McCready Named THON 2019 Executive Director

"I THON because I recognize that I have been given one chance at life, and in this one life, I cannot imagine my time being spent any other way besides the opportunity to make an impact in the life of a child, sibling, and family."


Penn State Hoops’ Nazeer Bostick Charged With Possession Of Marijuana

The sophomore guard has a preliminary hearing scheduled for April 18 with Magisterial District Judge Carmine Prestia Jr.


Know Your Enemy: No. 4 Penn State Hoops vs. No. 1 Notre Dame

The Fighting Irish do two things very well: spread shooters around their star player and avoid committing fouls. Notre Dame's the best in the country with fouls, averaging just more than 12 fouls per game.


Penn State Wrestling Advances Five To NCAA Championships Semifinals

Zain Retherford, Jason Nolf, Vincenzo Joseph, Mark Hall, and Bo Nickal all advanced to the semifinals with wins, while Shakur Rasheed and Nick Nevills each lost leads off of reversals during the third period.

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