By Anna Pitingolo, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Lady Lions closed out the regular season with a big win in front of a big crowd when they defeated No. 24/25 Michigan 76-75 in the annual Pink Zone game on Sunday.
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By Tom Shively, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa - Senior weekend has come and gone, and the Nittany Lions find themselves in a similar position to where they were one week ago. They showed growth and improvement from the first to second game, but were ultimately unable to come away with a victory against Syracuse, dropping a 5-1 decision on Friday night and a 2-0 result Saturday.
By Maria Canales, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- Mac O'Keefe breaks his own freshman record, scoring eight goals to lead Penn State past Villanova and out to its first 4-0 start under Nittany Lion head coach Jeff Tambroni.
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By Anna Pitingolo, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Lady Lions will play in the annual Pink Zone game this Sunday against Michigan and honor breast cancer survivors for the eleventh straight year.
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