• Soccer, Field Hockey BTN Games Announced

    NEWS: The Penn State men's soccer, women's soccer and field hockey teams are scheduled to be featured in at least five matches on the Big Ten Network (BTN) this fall, as announced by the Big Ten Conference.

  • Maloney Invited to United States U-23 Camp

    Penn State forward Connor Maloney (Harrisburg, Pa.) was called up to the United States Under-23 National Team for training camp from Aug 5-8 at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif.

  • Wolverton Debuts in International Champions Cup

    Andrew Wolverton became the first Penn State men’s soccer player to play in the International Champions Cup when the LA Galaxy took on the Mexican League Champion Club America Sunday, July 12.

  • Men's Soccer Seniors Sign Pro Contracts

    NEWS: Three seniors from the 2014 Penn State men's soccer team have signed professional contracts and have started their professional careers in three different leagues throughout the world. The three played important roles in Penn State's record streak of being in the top of ...

  • Wolverton Signs with Defending MLS Cup Champion...

    NEWS: Former Penn State men's soccer standout goalkeeper Andrew Wolverton (Atlanta, Ga.) signed with the defending MLS champion LA Galaxy on Tuesday.

  • Men's Soccer Announces 2015 Schedule

    NEWS: The Penn State men's soccer team announced its 2015 season slate on Tuesday. The schedule includes eight home matches at Jeffrey Field, as well as six matches against teams that were selected for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Nittany Lions, led by head coach Bob Warming,...

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