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Day: April 18, 2018


Penn State Baseball Snaps Eleven-Game Losing Streak Against Mount St. Mary’s

Penn State, despite weather complications, picked up a much needed win against Mount St. Mary's.


Penn State Softball No Match For Saint Francis In Doubleheader

The Red Flash graduated its two aces from a year ago -- Ketarah DeVries and Ethel Santai -- but still was more dominant in the pitching circle with sophomore Abby Trahan as it went on to win the opener, 8-2, before mercy ruling the Nittany Lions in the second game, 9-1 after five innings.


Lift For Life Won’t Coincide With Arts Fest This Year

For the first time since 2011, Uplifting Athlete's marquee event will not be held during Arts Fest, which brings thousands of visitors to State College each summer.


Agent Says Barkley Wouldn’t Reject Draft Selection To Cleveland Browns

"I can say on behalf of our entire team that we would be thrilled for Saquon to go to whichever team drafts him."


‘Tim’s Law’ Anti-Hazing Bill Passes Through PA Senate

The new Timothy J. Piazza Anti-Hazing Law would create a tiered system for grading hazing offenses, stronger penalties, and new requirements for enforcement and reporting by educational institutions.


Saquon Barkley Shows Some Skin On SI Cover

The NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 26, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Barkley is expected to be a top-five pick, and he and his most vehement supporters say there's no reason he won't go No. 1 overall.

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