Penn State men’s hockey just secured its first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament.
No. 15 Penn State men’s hockey is heading to its first Big Ten championship game in program history tonight against Wisconsin. The Nittany Lions have played consistently well throughout the tournament, and there have been several contributing factors in this accomplishment.
After its longest game in program history resulting in a 4-3 double OT win over Minnesota, No. 15 Penn State hockey is headed to its first-ever Big Ten Championship game. Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s matchup with Wisconsin:
For the second straight year, Penn State is your wrestling national champion.
We’ll have live updates throughout the NCAA Championships on this page, including analysis, photos, and tweets as Penn State goes for its sixth national title in seven years.
No. 15 Penn State (23-11-2) took on No. 5 Minnesota (23-11-3) in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament and the fifth time these teams have met this season did not disappoint. This well-played, hard-fought game couldn’t be decided in regulation and was eventually settled in double overtime as Penn State walked away victorious.