• PSU Scores Early But Falls to Lindenwood, 2-1

    RECAP: Penn State struck just over a minute into its College Hockey America (CHA) game with Lindenwood but were unable to come out on top of a staunch defense battle with the Lions, falling 2-1 on Saturday.

  • Whitlinger's Shutout Pushes PSU Past Lindenwood

    RECAP: Laura Bowman (Minnetonka, Minn.) tallied two points and Celine Whitlinger (Garden Grove, Calif.) made 21 saves for her first career shutout in a 3-0 College Hockey America (CHA) win on Friday night over Lindenwood at Pegula Ice Arena.

  • BLOG: Hardy Jazzes Up Nittany Lions

    BLOG: Those close to freshman forward Aly Hardy know that she is a well-rounded individual. She is not only a dedicated hockey player, but also a saxophone player and dancer

  • PSU Hosts First CHA Series at Pegula Ice Arena

    PREVIEW: After their three-week road swing, the Nittany Lions return to Pegula Ice Arena for their first home CHA series on Fri., Nov. 21 and Sat., Nov 22 against Lindenwood.

  • BLOG: Freshmen Lead Way Against RIT

    BLOG: Penn State women's hockey concluded the weekend on a high note with a 3-2 overtime win over RIT on Saturday. Head Coach Josh Brandwene continues to commend the freshmen class on their consistency on the ice.

  • Penn State Welcomes Four for 2015-16 Season

    NEWS: Penn State women's hockey coach Josh Brandwene announced that the program has signed four student-athletes for the 2015-16 season. The Nittany Lions welcome Kelsey Crow (Minnetonka, Minnesota), Hannah England (Simi Valley, California), Meike Meilleur (Marquette, Manitoba...

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