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Penn State baseball's Sali Biasi, Willie Burger, and Nick Riotto were each recognized by the Big Ten on Wednesday.
Penn State baseball will open its regular season down in Fort Worth against No. 1 TCU this Friday through Sunday.
Junior pitcher Taylor Lehman's offseason strides will be the driving force for Penn State baseball in 2017 as the team tries to improve on last season's 28-27 finish.
"That's what I love, like the guys who have that Tom Brady, that Peyton Manning leadership quality, the guys that are gym rats -- that's [Christian] Hackenberg," Marshall told WFAN.
Penn State's triple overtime efforts weren't enough as it fell to Indiana 110-102 on the road.
With Chris Godwin off to the NFL, either a new face or a seasoned vet must step up and replace his production from 2016. Though there's uncertainty, Penn State has plenty of weapons at its disposal.
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