• Penn State-Ohio State Clash Set for Primetime...

    NEWS: For the second straight year, Penn State will clash with Michigan and Ohio State in prime time, as the Buckeyes' Oct. 25 visit to Beaver Stadium is set to be played under the lights.

  • Penn State Athletics Celebrates For the Future ...

    NEWS: Penn State celebrated the university-wide "For the Future" Campaign in historic fashion this past weekend, announcing $2.158 billion in private fundraising to become one of 12 public U.S. universities to exceed a $2 billion campaign goal.

  • Record 387 Awards Presented at 27th Annual SAAB...

    A record total of 387 awards were presented to Penn State student-athletes Tuesday night at the 27th Annual SAAB Academic Achievement Awards Banquet at the Bryce Jordan Center. The figure topped last year's then record total of 356 awards.

  • Lucas Selected 21st in the WNBA Draft

    NEWS: Penn State Lady Lion senior guard Maggie Lucas (Narberth, Pa.) was selected by the Phoenix Mercury with the 21st overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm. Lucas' selection gives the Lady Lions three WNBA Draft picks in the last two years, joining Alex ...

  • Assistant Coaches Set To Join Franklin on Penn ...

    James Franklin will be joined by nine head coaches and all nine assistant football coaches during the Coaches Caravan.

  • Penn State Welcomes Bucknell for Midweek...

    PREVIEW: Penn State softball returns to Nittany Lion Softball Park and Beard Field after a six-game road swing for a Wednesday doubleheader against regional foe Bucknell. PSU looks to get back in the win column after dropping last Sunday's series finale at Indiana.

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