Category: Athletics

Lady Lions Hope To Make Statement In Big Ten Tournament

Penn State women’s basketball just knocked off No. 25 Michigan and won of five of its last six games. It begins its Big Ten Tournament run on Thursday against Minnesota after receiving a first-round bye.

The Name On The Stands: Penn State’s Overlooked Soccer Master

Bill Jeffrey, Penn State’s first great men’s soccer coach and the namesake of home stadium Jeffrey Field, helped raise the status of soccer in America as a trailblazer of the college game and a member of the United States 1950 World Cup team that pulled off one of the greatest upsets in international soccer history.

Penn State Hockey Prepares For Senior Night

The No. 11 ranked Nittany Lions are gearing up for their last home series of the season this weekend against No. 16 Wisconsin. This will be the last time the five seniors will lace up for a collegiate hockey game at Pegula.

Comparing Tony Carr’s Freshman Season To Past Phenoms

Here’s a look at how Tony Carr’s freshman season stacks up against successful point guards of the past in their respective freshman seasons.

Penn State Men’s Basketball Drops Heartbreaker 71-70 To Ohio State

In their final home game of the 2016-17 campaign, the Nittany Lions suffered a gut-wrenching 71-70 loss to Ohio State on the Buckeyes’ final possession.

Track And Field’s John Gondak Wins Big Ten Coach Of The Year

In just his third season with the Nittany Lions, John Gondak was named Big Ten Coach of the Year for the indoor season on Tuesday after leading Penn State women’s track and field to the first conference championship of his tenure.

Know Your Enemy: No. 11 Penn State Hockey vs. No. 16 Wisconsin

Penn State takes on Wisconsin at Pegula this weekend featuring Senior Night and a chance to improve its NCAA Tournament chances.