By Brandon Pelter, GoPSUsports.com UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- With a Big Ten dual title within reach Penn State wrestling didn't squander its opportunity. The Nittany Lions finished the regular season with a dominant 45-6 win against Maryland on senior day.
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By Tom Shively, GoPSUSports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa - In a sport such as gymnastics, it's not always about the final score. It's a competition to prove yourself, and the Nittany Lions were a perfect example of that on Saturday afternoon in Rec Hall.
By Anita Nham, GoPSUSports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State women's gymnastics team finished off its Big Ten regular season home schedule on Saturday afternoon in a double-dual meeting with the men against Ohio State.
By Ryan Berti, GoPSUSports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - At Holuba Hall, it was a tale of two halves for Penn State as it took on a physical Towson team that took the game down to the wire. The Nittany Lions ended the game on top, 13-11, but the team ran through a series of ups-and-downs in a roller coaster of a game.
By Jack Milewski, GoPSUSports.com Student Staff Writer UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Senior day is always a bittersweet occasion. It marks the culmination of great careers and is a great celebration of what the respective seniors have meant to their team. On Saturday afternoon in the Bryce Jordan Center, senior day was much more sweet than bitter for three Lady Lions.
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