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By Madeleine Balestrier, Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - According to the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), athletic trainers are health care professionals who provide prevention, emergency and rehabilitation services for injuries and other medical conditions. The athletic training staff that supports the Penn State men and women's gymnastics teams embody NATA's mission by going above and beyond for the athletes representing the Blue and White. Read More
By Briana Zuccarelli, Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- With a young defensive end of the field, the Penn State Nittany Lion offense knows it have to continue to get better and push their teammates. Read More

Garner Lifts Penn State in B1G Tournament Opener

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By Jeff Rice, special to

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - With two of Penn State's all-time great sharpshooters - Joe Crispin and Talor Battle - watching from the Madison Square Garden stands, Shep Garner poured in four more 3-pointers on Thursday night, bringing his season total to 92, tying Battle for the fourth-most made threes in a season in team history.  Read More
By Jeff Sattora,

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- The month of March is a time of win or go home in basketball circles. When a postseason tournament tips off, the pressure rises. Win or lose, with that pressure comes learning experiences and the chance to grow, both for the upcoming games and seasons ahead.  Read More

Nittany Lions Prepare for B1G Stage

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By Brandon Pelter, student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - With the Big Ten Tournament days away, Penn State wrestling continues its postseason preparation. After a third consecutive perfect season for the Nittany Lions, they are now looking to earn their seventh Big Ten title in the last nine years. Read More

Penn State Moving Past Split Weekend

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By Will Desautelle, student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Following a split weekend at home in EIVA action, Penn State head coach Mark Pavlik says for now, the Nittany Lions must take it one match at a time and use a Friday loss to George Mason as a learning experience to improve moving forward.  Read More

Nittany Lions Shifting Focus Inward

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By Erin Neri, student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Regrouping after a tough weekend, Penn State men's lacrosse is staying positive and preparing for its next four games on the road. After watching film and taking time to process the outcome of the weekend, there's no reason to hit the panic button just yet.  Read More

Klemann Overcoming Adversity for Strong Start in 2018

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By Jack Dougherty, student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - In the sports world, injuries are part of the process. While some student-athletes are fortunate enough to enjoy an entire four year career injury free, that isn't always the case with others. For Penn State's Connor Klemann, working back from injury was all part of the process and now he's back and already better than ever. Read More
By Brian McLaughlin, Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Since arriving on campus as a freshman, Penn State pitcher Jess Cummings has not been able to truly be herself because of constant injuries. Read More

Max Out Session Highlights Winter Conditioning

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By Arielle Sargent,

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - What does a piranha in small pool have in common with a trained killer? That would be just two of the top performing Nittany Lions for Penn State assistant athletics director for performance enhancement, Dwight Galt. With just two workout sessions remaining, Galt met with members of the media following an open max out session in the Lasch Building weight room for a winter conditioning update. Read More


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