You didn't think Penn State football would end what would've been a Blue-White weekend without granting a surprise scholarship, did you?
Penn State men's soccer kept up with the Hoosiers, but it just wasn't enough as the Nittany Lions fell in penalties.
The Nittany Lions took game one thanks to a strong defensive performance, but fell in overtime to the Buckeyes Saturday afternoon.
"I think Sean's done some really good things this spring. I think Mike [Yurcich] has really been impressed from what I've seen in terms of Sean's approach. That's really important to Sean. He works really hard at it. He prepares like you're supposed to prepare."
“Kalen’s been making plays throughout the whole spring. He's very instinctual. He’s taken huge steps. A lot of guys have a lot of confidence in him.”
An early lead was all Nebraska needed to top Penn State baseball in the second of a three-game weekend series.
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