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Penn State, despite weather complications, picked up a much needed win against Mount St. Mary's.
The Red Flash graduated its two aces from a year ago -- Ketarah DeVries and Ethel Santai -- but still was more dominant in the pitching circle with sophomore Abby Trahan as it went on to win the opener, 8-2, before mercy ruling the Nittany Lions in the second game, 9-1 after five innings.
Coach Pat Chambers will try to capitalize on the same recruiting success James Franklin has enjoyed during Blue-White Weekend.
Several Nittany Lion seniors are making their marks on Penn State history as the outdoor track and field seasons approaches championship meets.
For the first time in program history, the Penn State men's lacrosse took down Johns Hopkins on Saturday afternoon. In front of a roaring home crowd, the Nittany Lions were in charge against the perennial blue-blood program.
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