Penn State To Host Several NCAA Championships Over Next Five Years
Seven NCAA championship rounds will come to Happy Valley over the next five years.
The NCAA announced Wednesday locations for preliminary and final rounds of predetermined championships for Divisions I, II, and III sports, from the 2022-23 to 2025-26 seasons.
Penn State will host championship rounds for men’s and women’s hockey, men’s and women’s fencing, and men’s and women’s gymnastics.
Allentown, Pennsylvania’s PPL Center will play host to NCAA men’s hockey regionals in 2022, 2023, and 2025. Pegula Ice Arena, however, will be used for the 2026 women’s hockey semifinals and final, also known as the Frozen Four.
As for fencing, the men’s and women’s finals will be hosted at Penn State’s Multi-Sport Facility in 2025. In 2023, Rec Hall will host the men’s gymnastics NCAA finals. It will also host women’s gymnastics regionals just two years later in 2025.
The NCAA announced nearly 450 host site locations Wednesday afternoon, and the full list can be found here.
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Diaz served at the helm of Penn State’s defense from 2022 to 2023.
There were a lot of Penn State fans who took to Twitter when Manny Diaz’s departure was announced. The consensus? They’ll miss him.
Diaz led the Nittany Lions to a No. 1 total defense ranking with 3.91 yards per play.