Thirteen Lions earn Dean's List recognition by earning a 3.5 GPA or higher this past semester
Hackenberg throws for 339 yards and four touchdowns.
Seventeen seniors honored before the game; Robinson passes Engram on all-time receptions list
Robinson continues ascension of Penn State leaderboard; Zwinak becomes 16th Nittany Lion with at least 10 touchdowns in a season
Zwinak runs for career-high three touchdowns
Penn State @ Wisconsin
Football vs. Nebraska (11/23/13)
Penn State Football vs. Purdue 11/16
Purdue @ Penn State
Penn State Football vs. Illinois
Adam Breneman already had established his strong character, work-ethic and dedication to academics well before arriving on the University Park campus. Rated the nation's No. 1 tight end by numerous media outlets out of Cedar Cliff High School, Breneman enrolled in the University in January 2013 and immediately immersed himself in winter workouts, rehab and spring practice. His first semester on campus resulted in a grade-point average above 3.0, one of 13 newcomers to earn at least a 3.0 during the spring. Breneman's 6-4 frame, ability to catch the football, speed and strength should enable him to contribute right away in Coach Bill O'Brien's up-tempo and diversified offense. He was held out of contact sessions during spring practice due to a knee injury suffered during the summer of 2012 that prevented him from playing his senior season. But, Breneman has excelled during his rehab and should be 100 percent in time for training camp and ready to join the Nittany Lions' talented and deep tight end corps. During his senior campaign, Breneman created "Catch The Cure" to support Project A.L.S. research and assist family friend Tom Kirchoff, who is battling the neurodegenerative disease. With support from family, friends, the Cedar Cliff and Penn State communities, "Catch The Cure" had raised nearly $200,000 for Project A.L.S. by this past spring. For his efforts, Breneman and another youth were selected the winners of The Prudential Spirit of Community Award for 2013 in Pennsylvania. He earned a trip to Washington, D.C., with the other winners from across the nation in early May. Later that month, Breneman was honored at Cedar Cliff's annual awards night for his Prudential Spirit of Community honor and also was presented with the Humanitarian Award by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. Having been on campus less than one month, Breneman was elected an officer -- fundraising chairman -- of Penn State's Uplifting Athletes chapter. He was heavily involved in preparations for the Penn State Lift For Life in July to benefit the Kidney Cancer Association, with the event having raised more than $700,000 since 2003. Breneman is wearing No. 81, the same number worn by another former Cedar Cliff standout, Kyle Brady, who was a first-team All-America tight end at Penn State in 1994 before embarking on a lengthy NFL career.