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Day: April 9, 2019


Penn State Softball Splits Ohio State Doubleheader

Penn State softball (20-21, 4-7 Big Ten) split a double header against Big Ten foe Ohio State (24-12, 8-3 Big Ten) on Tuesday night. The Nittany Lions won the first game of the doubleheader, 6-4, after working their way out of several jams on offense and ultimately stranding a total of 18 runners on base. […]


ESPN’s Joe Lunardi Puts Penn State Hoops In Way-Too-Early 2020 NCAA Tournament Field

ESPN "Bracketologist" Joe Lunardi thinks Penn State has a chance at making the big dance next season.


Penn State Hoops’ Lamar Stevens Declares For NBA Draft, Retains Eligibility With Intent To Stay

Lamar Stevens is eligible for selection in the 2019 NBA Draft, but he can still return to Pat Chambers' program if he so chooses.


Risk Management Shouldn’t Stifle THON’s Mission

While the decision is supposed to mitigate risk for THON volunteers traveling, in reality, it coddles legal adults, limits fundraising opportunities, and puts an undue burden on our town and gown relationship.

Micah Parsons: ‘In The Next Two Years, You’re Going To See Us In The National Playoffs’

"I think it’s going to get scary for the Big Ten -- I think we’re going to really surprise people this year."


District Attorney Releases Update On Osaze Osagie Investigation

District Attorney Bernie Cantorna will complete his investigation once all information is received, and report the results to the individuals and families involved before reporting it to the public.

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