UNIVERSITY PARK -- It was a bit of a bumpy start for the Nittany Lions as the Wolverines scored the first two goals of the game within the first six minutes of play.   After being in the... Read More
UNIVERSITY PARK – Big Ten All-Freshman team select Tony Carr will look to build on a record-breaking first year at Penn State. Carr, the team’s starting point guard, was the Nittany Lions’ leader... Read More
Thursday night's season home opener at Pegula Ice Arena was not like any other as the Nittany Lions unveiled not only one, but two banners for Penn State's mens hockey team for the first... Read More
UNIVERSITY PARK – It's more than just winning on the field, and these athletes get it. Over 800 student athletes will be recognized for their achievements during the second annual STATE of Excellence... Read More
The Winter Classic is taking place today in New York. Could a Winter Classic at Beaver Stadium work? You bet it could. This year's preseason game at Pegula certainly set the stage. If you were... Read More
It’s going to be a busy sports weekend in Happy Valley. There are a plethora of events taking place, including Saturday night’s football game against Georgia State at Beaver Stadium. The game... Read More
UNIVERSITY PARK — Last year, James Robinson donned the 'A' for the Penn State hockey program but this year he will be wearing the 'C' as he was selected as captain of the team for the 2017-2018... Read More
Penn State’s lengthy National Championship history dates to 1921, including another crown this year, which has helped keep the Nittany Lions at the forefront nationally in NCAA title success.... Read More
Last weekend was all about the Nittany Lions, with huge victories for both Penn State wrestling and men's hockey on Saturday. The day started out with the Penn State wrestling team earning... Read More
In the early days of Pegula Ice Arena, the Penn State men’s ice hockey team held an open midnight practice in their home rink. The event drew a good-sized crowd, and head coach Guy Gadowsky skated... Read More


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