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Penn State Baseball Season Finale Gallery
Penn State’s Eric Mock fired a pitch during the team’s season finale Saturday against Nebraska. See more photos from the game, below!
Penn State hosted Nebraska on Friday night amid a sun-splashed scene at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. The Nittany Lions won one out of three against the Cornhuskers, finishing their season 18-37 (4-20 Big Ten).
Easterly Parkway Elementary student Ryder Rahne (8 years old) fired up the crowd Friday night at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, yelling “Play Ball” before Penn State hosted Nebraska during the Lions' three-game homestand.
Sophomore Justin Hagenman provided a strong performance Friday night, allowing just two runs and seven hits over eight innings.
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley was one of three football players on-hand Saturday to throw out the first pitch at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. Members of the football team signed autographs before the game, and the team’s Big Ten championship trophy was also onsite for fans to take a photo with.
Penn State safeties Marcus Allen (left) and Nick Scott joined quarterback Trace McSorley to throw out the first pitch before Saturday’s game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley fired a strike down the middle, throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Saturday’s baseball game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Penn State head coach James Franklin greeted Trace McSorley (9) and Marcus Allen (2) after they threw out the first pitch prior to Saturday’s baseball game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Penn State head coach James Franklin greeted Nick Scott after he threw out the first pitch prior to Saturday’s baseball game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Ariana Bauer kicked off gameday on Saturday at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, yelling “Play Ball” prior to Penn State’s season finale against Nebraska. Ariana is 3 years old and from Kersey, Pa.
Ariana Bauer hugged Penn State outfielder Jordan Bowersox prior to the Nittany Lions’ season finale against Nebraska on Saturday. Ariana kicked things off by yelling “Play Ball” prior to the game. Ariana is 3 years old and from Kersey, Pa.
From left, Penn State players Christian Helsel, Eric Mock, and Braxton Giavedoni stood at attention as the national anthem played prior to Penn State’s season finale against Nebraska on Saturday.
Penn State’s Mason Nadeau lined out during the team’s season finale Saturday against Nebraska.
Penn State’s Alex Malinsky ripped a single during the team’s season finale Saturday against Nebraska.
Penn State’s Conlin Hughes made a leaping catch during the team’s season finale Saturday against Nebraska.
Penn State baseball head coach Rob Cooper finished his fourth season with the Nittany Lions. In his first three seasons, 30 of Cooper’s student-athletes have earned Academic All-Big Ten honors, and the Lions finished 2016 with a winning record for the first time since 2012.
Friday night's Penn State baseball game featured fans bringing their dogs to the park, including Josh Yukelson and Kobe, a 4 1/2-year old golden retriever.
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