Penn State news by
Penn State's student blog



Penn State Men’s Hockey Jumps To No. 12 In USCHO Rankings

Penn State men’s hockey moved six spots to No. 12 in this week’s USCHO Poll.

The Nittany Lions were previously ranked No. 18.

After the second week of its campaign, Penn State’s two hard-fought victories over Clarkson and St. Lawrence aided the team’s jump in the polls.

Conference foes Minnesota (No. 1), Michigan (No. 7), Michigan State (No. 8), and Ohio State (No. 13) also ranked in the weekly ranking.

The Nittany Lions pulled off a 4-2 victory over Clarkson on Friday in Potsdam, highlighted by goals from Simon Mack, Christian Sarlo, Ryan Kirwan, and Chase McLane.

Just two days later, Penn State produced another four-goal outing and came up victorious over St. Lawrence on its New York road trip. Jacques Bouquot, Jarod Crespo, Kirwan, and Alex Servagno found the back of the net to help the Nittany Lions return to Happy Valley 3-0.

The group will now face the AIC Yellowjackets in their home opener at Pegula Ice Arena at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 20. The series finale will take place at 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 21.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Giovanna Lee

Giovanna is a freshman from Potomac Falls, Virginia majoring in Public Relations. Some of her passions include photography and sports, which led to her involvement with Onward State. She enjoys capturing moments behind the camera to make them last forever and looks forward to continuing photographing and writing for the OS community.
Check out some of her work on Instagram: @_glmedia

‘I Want To Be An Actress”: Four Diamonds Child Uplifted By Penn State Thespian Society

When paired with the Thespian Society by Penn State THON, the world changed for Theresa Illicete.

Penn State Hoops Upsets Ohio State 83-80, Snapping Five-Game Losing Streak

Down by 18 at one point, the Nittany Lions put together a massive comeback.

Penn State Football Punter Riley Thompson Returning For 2024 Season

Thompson was granted two extra years of eligibility by the NCAA.

Follow on Another Platform