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Nittany Lions Refreshed After Bye Week

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By Will Desautelle, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State returns to the road for trips to Sacred Heart and Harvard Friday and Saturday after an off weekend. While the Nittany Lions did not practice over the weekend, head coach Mark Pavlik noted the Nittany Lions have had several quality practices over the past week. Read More

Pregame Reading: Penn State Set for NIT Title Game

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

NEW YORK - Penn State's final climb of the season has arrived, as the fourth-seeded Nittany Lions will meet No. 2 seed Utah in the NIT title game Thursday evening at Madison Garden. Read More

Nittany Lions Look for New Start

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By Mandy Bell, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State finally returned home Wednesday after not playing at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park for nearly two weeks because of three postponed games. Despite being back on their own turf, the Nittany Lions hardly had home field advantage. Read More
By Andy Kuros, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Although Penn State split its doubleheader with Robert Morris on the diamond Wednesday night, another late Nittany Lion comeback gave the team a 9-7 victory in game one. Read More

Spring Practice Update

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State football hosted its first weekly media availably of the spring season Wednesday evening at Holuba Hall.Check in with Penn State head coach James Franklin and the Nittany Lions for a closer look at the earliest update from the spring season. Read More

Garner Highlights NIT Semifinals

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

NEW YORK - Penn State head coach Patrick Chambers had his concerns ahead of Tuesday's NIT semifinal matchup at Madison Square Garden. Coming off a full seven-day layoff, there is of course the uncertainty of a challenge really facing every team. Ask any Nittany Lion though and there was simply no reason to be concerned. Read More

Mackiewicz Caps Successful Collegiate Career

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By Erin Neri, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Four-time All-American Andrew Mackiewicz capped his collegiate career with a semifinal appearance on the final day of the NCAA fencing national championships. Read More
By Brian McLaughlin, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - After a slow start to the series finale against Maryland, Penn State came roaring back in the bottom of the sixth inning scoring three runs to tie the game. A home run off the bat Skylynne Ellazar put Maryland back on top and Penn State left the game-tying run on third in their final at bat in the seventh. The Nittany Lions fell 4-3 to the Terrapins.  Read More

Defense Shines in Cleveland State Win

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By Erin Neri, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State men's lacrosse closed out its nonconference slate in dominating fashion, defeating Cleveland State 16-5 Saturday afternoon.  Read More

Nittany Lions Make Push on Day Three of NCAAs

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By Tom Shively, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - After two days of women's competition, it was time for the men to take center stage at the NCAA Fencing National Championships Saturday. A full slate of bouts started at 9 a.m. and went well into the afternoon, encompassing epee, foil and saber events. Read More

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