The Nittany Lions (1-1) picked up their first win of the season Saturday in Bethlehem thanks to hat tricks from Madison Carter and Katie O’Donnell.
The blue car got its revenge on the red car, winning the second banner race of this year’s THON Weekend.
Penn State needs to find a way to stop Michigan State’s dynamic first line and cannot play from behind in order to salvage a split from the Spartans.
Nate Sucese and Nikita Pavlychev’s goals were not enough for the Nittany Lions, who dropped to 13-13-5 on the season.
After a blowout victory against Ohio State, Penn State has surged into NCAA Tournament consideration.
Women’s soccer’s Megan Schafer and football’s Charlie Shuman are back for another 46 hours on the floor. They’ll be joined by women’s soccer’s Sarafina Valenti, field hockey’s Delani Higgins, and men’s golf’s Connor Raeman. There will also be two athlete dancers outside of SAAB — football’s Nick Scott and softball’s Kristina Brackpool.