Whether it’s natural curiosity or fear of the spotlight, I’m not sure, but I’ve always been more comfortable asking questions rather than answering them. Interviewing interesting people -- friends, family, or strangers -- is an enjoyable activity that I hope to turn into a living. At Penn State, I was afforded the opportunity to follow that passion -- and then some.
Penn State women's lacrosse claimed the inaugural Big Ten championship with a 13-11 win over Ohio State.
Penn State's third player is officially off the board, as tight end Jesse James was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers with the No. 160 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Penn State continues to make its presence felt at the 2015 NFL Draft, as free safety Adrian Amos was selected No. 142 overall by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round.
For the second time in two weeks, No. 7 Penn State women's lacrosse defeated seven-time national champions and ninth-ranked Northwestern, as a trio of Nittany Lions scored a hat trick to defeat the Wildcats 13-10 at High Points Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, N.J.
The loss concludes Penn State's first season in the Big Ten with a 5-9 record, including back-to-back wins over conference foes Rutgers and Michigan to qualify for the tournament.
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