Penn State news by
Penn State's student blog



Penn State Women’s Hockey Commit Sets Canadian U18 Record

Penn State women’s hockey commit Abby Stonehouse set a record for most shorthanded goals in a single game at the U18 Women’s World Championship.

Stonehouse recorded two short-handed goals and three assists to beat Czechia 8-1 on Sunday.

The Ontario, Canada, native committed to Penn State in October 2022. Stonehouse will join a talented Nittany Lion team that won the CHA Tournament in the 2022-2023 season and holds a 12-9-1 record amid the 2023-2024 season.

Since her commitment, Stonehouse has been on the OWHL Waterloo Ravens and served as a part of the U18 Canadian national team.

Team Canada will face Finland in the preliminary round at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9.

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

Alex Smith

Alex is a first-year Journalism major from Tampa, Florida. If you want to debate any sport (including pickleball), she's your girl. Her email is [email protected]!

No. 12 Penn State Men’s Lacrosse Secures 15-14 Come-From-Behind Overtime Victory Over No. 9 Yale

After scoring only two goals in the first half, TJ Malone and the Nittany Lions came back to win in sudden death overtime.

Penn State Men’s Hockey Edges Ohio State 2-1 In Regular-Season Finale

Dane Dowiak’s two goals guided the Nittany Lions to win a close game in Columbus.

Penn State Hoops Blows Lead To Minnesota In 75-70 Road Loss

The Nittany Lions coughed up a 23-point lead in the final road game of the regular season.

Follow on Another Platform