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By Brian McLaughlin, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Despite shooting just 33 percent from the field, Penn State topped the Illinois Fighting Illini 68-59 Tuesday night in the Bryce Jordan Center. Read More

Nittany Lions Shaking Up Lines

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By Erin Neri, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Coming off a hard-fought series on the road at Michigan, the No. 14 Nittany Lions are looking to turn their luck around this weekend, returning home from two consecutive weeks on the road to host No. 18 Wisconsin in Pegula Ice Arena. Read More
By Brian McLaughlin, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK - The Nittany Lions fell twice to Syracuse this weekend losing 3-2 on Friday and 2-1 on Saturday, both in overtime. Read More
By Madeleine Balestrier, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State men's gymnastics team showed up for the hometown crowd on Saturday afternoon as it defeated the Army Black Knights, 407.6-384.1. Penn State returned to Rec Hall for the first of its four home meets in 2018, and the backing of the Blue and White fandom proved vital to the success of the gymnasts. Read More

Penn State Downs Purdue in Rec Hall Battle

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By Brandon Pelter, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - In Penn State wrestling's return to Rec Hall after months on the road, the Nittany Lions started out in a hole. Down 6-0 early after forfeiting the first bout of the night, Penn State responded with one of its best performances of the season. Capturing a 43-6 win, the Nittany Lions overcame an unfortunate start and an aggressive Purdue team that seemingly challenged Penn State throughout the evening. Read More

Penn State Ready to Punch Through

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By Arielle Sargent GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - For Penn State men's basketball, there's still plenty of hoops to be played. With Monday's unfavorable result now well in the past, the Nittany Lions have had time to rest up and recover ahead of Saturday's mid-afternoon road game at Northwestern.  Read More
By Tom Shively, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Only 3.8 seconds remained on the clock and the Lady Lions trailed No. 25 Rutgers, 67-66, with the ball in their possession and an inbounds play coming up. For head coach Coquese Washington, there was only one person who she wanted to have the ball and make a play in the final moments: junior point guard Teniya Page.  Read More

An Early Look at the 2018 Nittany Lions

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By Erin Neri GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - For Penn State men's basketball, there's still plenty of hoops to be played. With Monday's unfavorable result now well in the past, the Nittany Lions have had time to rest up and recover ahead of Saturday's mid-afternoon road game at Northwestern.  Read More

New Nittany Lions Shaping Roster

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By Brandon Pelter GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State wrestling head coach Cael Sanderson is always looking for those who give the team the best opportunity to find success and ultimately win a national championship. Last weekend, Sanderson introduced a new wrestler to the lineup. Read More

True Freshman Takes First

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By Alyssa Palfey, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - True freshman Terrance Laird captured the 60-meter dash title at the Nittany Lion Challenge over the weekend, his first collegiate track meet ever.  Read More

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