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Penn State Hosts Lift for Life

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - When Nittany Lion letterman Scott Shirley received the call that his father was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer during his time at Penn State, he and his family used every bit of the six months his father was given to live to travel the country visiting different doctors for options. Ultimately met with few options due to lack of funding for rare disease research and medications, Shirley turned toward his teammates for support. Read More

Painting Pegula with Chuck Van Dyke

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The ice has finally returned to the main rink at Pegula Ice Arena. With Pegula staffers scheduled to put the finishing touches on the ice throughout the weekend, the final product will be ready to go come Monday. Transforming the varsity rink is hardly a quick process, as the week-long agenda features carefully scheduled steps. One of the main individuals behind the entire operation though is Chuck Van Dyke. Read More

A Visit to the Hershey Children's Hospital

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State football took Wednesday afternoon off from summer workouts and boarded buses headed to the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. A special visit that has now become an annual event, it's a day nearly every Nittany Lion looks forward to in the offseason. Read More

Penn State Visits the State Capitol

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - A pair of Penn State championship teams visited the Pennsylvania State Capitol Tuesday afternoon for a recognition celebrating a year of standout accomplishments.Read More

Nittany Lions Ready for NCAA Championships

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Just a single day separates Penn State track and field from the start of its NCAA outdoor championships campaign in Eugene, Oregon. For 12 Nittany Lions, it's one final chance to close out their outdoor season on the grandest stage, surrounded by passionate support at the historic venue. Read More

Connecting for a Cause

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State men's basketball alum and retired professional Talor Battle returned to Happy Valley for the annual Coaches vs. Cancer golf tournament. Led by head coach Patrick Chambers the Nittany Lions are coming together once again to connect for a special cause. Read More

Nittany Lions Set for NCAA Regionals

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State men's golf is headed to Columbus, Ohio, set to make its fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA regionals. Following a fast and furious end to the regular season, the Nittany Lions blazed through the Big Ten Championships, returning to Happy Valley just in time for final exams. Read More

Coaches Caravan Day 3: Washington DC

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

WASHINGTON- Penn State punctuated its 2018 Coaches Caravan with a final stop in Washington, D.C., greeted by yet another packed crowd. The Nittany Lion head coaches did not disappoint in the finale, wrapping up the evening program with one final singing of the Penn State Alma Mater to bring an official close to the Coaches Caravan.  Read More

Coaches Caravan Day 2: Philadelphia

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

PHILADELPHIA- The Penn State Coaches Caravan rolled into the City of Brotherly Love for the second of three stops along this year's scheduled route. A passionate crowd of Penn Staters packed Philadelphia's Crystal Tea Room located directly in the center of the city for an evening program. Read More
By Jeff Sattora, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- The Penn State women's lacrosse team has made a habit of playing late into the season, and in its seventh consecutive postseason appearance and coming off back-to-back Final Four runs, the program is ready for the pressure and high-stakes matchups again this May.  Read More

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