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This Week in Penn State Sports

Women’s Lacrosse On the eve of finals week, some of the best teams in the nation are set to compete in Happy Valley as Penn State will host the third annual American Lacrosse Conference Championships.  The top-seeded, and four-time defending national champion, Northwestern Wildcats prowl into town, having never lost a game in the ALC […]

Cyclones Expected Next Winter in Happy Valley

All eyes in the college wrestling world turned to Happy Valley this week with the surprising hiring of Cael Sanderson to replace former coach Troy Sunderland, who resigned on April 4th.  The news came as a welcome surprise to Penn State, who has not won a team wrestling title since 1953. Over 500 enthusiastic fans […]

This Week’s Sports Highlights

Gymnastics For the first time since 2002, the Men’s Gymnastics team failed to qualify to compete for a Division I National title. The Lions fell just short of their goal, placing fourth in a competition of the nation’s best. Senior Casey Sandy, a winner of Nissen-Emery award (the Heisman of men’s gymnastics) and 7-time All-American, […]

This Week in Penn State Sports

Now that the N.I.T. madness has died down, baseball has retook its spot as the season’s most popular sport. Baseball On Wednesday, the Penn State baseball team defeated Bucknell 12-11 in a tight game. Freshman Jordan Steranka drove in the game-winning run with a walk-off single in the eighth inning. The diaper-dandy third baseman also […]

This Week in Penn State Sports

With the nets cut down, 36 ecstatic buses of fans, alumni, and well-wishers returned to State College late last night.  Senior Jamelle Cornley, named MVP of the tournament, led the Lions with 18 points and 7 rebounds.  Sophomore Talor Battle was named to the All-Tournament team, capping the fifth-best scoring season in the history of […]

This Week in Sports

If one were forced to pick an adjective for this week in Penn State sports, it would have to be clutch. Once again, the Lions pulled together to earn another victory in the NIT over former two-time defending national champion Florida. Despite a rocky 7-8 start to their season, the PSU baseball team has built […]

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