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    RECAP: Behind a career-high performance from junior Megan Courtney, fifth-seeded Penn State women's volleyball (35-3) knocked off top-ranked Stanford (33-2) in four sets (25-16, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21) Thursday evening in Chesapeake Arena to advance to the NCAA national finals.

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    NEWS: Twenty-seven Penn State student-athletes are scheduled to graduate during Commencement exercises Saturday, Dec. 20 on the University Park campus.

  • Feature: Lions Rise to the Occasion, Top No. 1 ...

    Feature: The Nittany Lion women's volleyball team added another chapter to its storied legacy Thursday night on the sport's biggest stage. Like clockwork, the Russ Rose-led Nittany Lions routinely find a way to peak when the stakes are highest.

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    PREVIEW: Penn State looks for its ninth-consecutive win when it takes on in-state foe Drexel at the recently-opened PPL Center Saturday in Allentown, Pa.

  • Several Nittany Lions Earn Additional All-Big...

    Several Penn State football standouts have earned All-Big Ten and All-America honors from Athlon Sports, Phil Steele's College Football and Scout.

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    NEWS: NEWS: Penn State seniors Mike Hull (Canonsburg, Pa.) and Bill Belton (Sicklerville, N.J.) each added accolades to their outstanding Penn State careers this week. Hull was named to the All-American second-team for the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA),...

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