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By Tom Shively, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - As the final media session of the season unfolded last week at the Bryce Jordan Center, there was a sense of quiet optimism present with the Lady Lions. While the team faced its fair share of adversity throughout the year, plenty of positive trends emerged as the team looks toward making a run come next winter.  Read More
By Andy Kuros, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - With two outs in the seventh inning and Penn State trailing by a run in its March 28th matchup with Kent State, head coach Amanda Lehotak called upon a freshman off the bench to pinch hit with the game on the line. It was catcher Haley Vallejos, who represented the Nittany Lions' last chance to complete its comeback. Read More

Smith Taking Reps at Libero

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By Will Desautelle, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State handed George Mason its first EIVA loss this season in a five-set thriller last Saturday. The Nittany Lions did so without their star right side hitter Calvin Mende, but more intriguing was the libero situation. Read More

Spring Ball Top Performers: Wide Receivers

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The spring ball top performers series is rolling along as new wide receivers coach David Corley weighs in from practice with a closer look at the group. Read More

Spring Ball Features: Sanders Stepping Forward

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By Arielle Sargent, GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - From the overhang above the Penn State football weight room, Miles Sanders was quietly at work while a huddled group of reporters swarmed assistant athletics director for performance enhancement, Dwight Galt. It was max out day in late February as one inquiring reporter gestured up toward Sanders and asked Galt where the now junior running back had grown the most. His answer? Leadership. Read More
By Andy Kuros, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Tori Hackenberg showed up to Penn State softball's tryouts in the fall with hope and a dream of playing for the Blue and White. Although she worked hard and was determined to make the team, she was unsure if she did enough to beat out the other potential walk-ons to earn her spot on the roster.  Read More

Penn State Draws Takeaways from Maryland

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By Erin Neri, GoPSUsports.com student staff writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - On a cold night at Panzer Stadium, No. 18 Penn State men's lacrosse battled No. 2 Maryland down to the wire but came up one goal short when the final whistle blew. The Nittany Lions lost 13-12 to the reigning NCAA national champions in their second Big Ten outing.  Read More
By Brian McLaughlin, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Michigan jumped all over Penn State early and often on Sunday at Beard Field, scoring six runs in the second inning in route to a 11-1 win over the Nittany Lions.  Read More
By Madeleine Balestrier, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - On Saturday, Rec Hall was packed with women's gymnastics fans representing schools like the University of Florida, Arizona State and even the University of Washington, but the colors that stood out the most were Blue and White.  Read More
By Andy Kuros, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Following a 14-2 loss in game one of the series, Penn State gave No. 17 Michigan all it could handle in game two Saturday afternoon. The Nittany Lions, led by junior pitcher Madison Shaffer, held the Wolverines' potent offense scoreless through the first six innings before Michigan hit a 2-run homerun in the 7th inning to break the 0-0 tie in a game that would finish 3-0 in favor of the Wolverines.  Read More

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