San Diego State fans praised Penn Staters for their hospitality, calling the trip to Happy Valley the best road game experience they’ve ever had.
Monthly Archives: September, 2015
Anthony Zettel was playing with a heavy heart last Saturday against the San Diego State Aztecs, and his courageous efforts haven’t gone unnoticed.
The Joe Julius THON fundraiser has been stopped by the Penn State athletic program due to NCAA rules.
Earlier Wednesday morning, ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer called into the network’s morning program to voice his opinion on the quarterback, and the curious situation he’s currently in at Penn State.
While temporarily satisfying, buying too much Starbucks or Panda Express can leave you with few meal points to spare.
The Speech and Debate Society will host a discussion on how Penn State can prevent sexual violence and encourage gender inclusivity tonight in the HUB.
Penn State’s defense once again finds itself among the nation’s best. Even without linebackers Nyeem Wartman-White and Mike Hull, Penn State’s defense is flourishing thanks to its elite defensive line play.
The Corner Room and The Student Bookstore are coming together to create “All American Friday,” a fundraising effort benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
While high school football may not be the best indicator of future success, it’s a good start. See how Penn State’s football commitments are faring at the high school level.
This past July Junior Brian Hughes won the Collegiate National Pistol Championship while competing at NRA Outdoor National Matches. He has been competing since he was a freshman in high school, but has found great success in a short period of time.
Since Penn State fell to Purdue in the Big Ten quarterfinal in March, Pat Chambers has made his mark on the recruiting trail. Chambers and his staff signed four impressive recruits to make an immediate impact on the program.
Aside from taking two pills to calm his stomach, Head Coach James Franklin has an easy pregame routine because he doesn’t have to worry about doing his hair (like Saeed Blacknall). But we couldn’t help ourselves and decided to try a few different hairstyles on everyone’s favorite bald coach.
In James Franklin’s weekly press conference he talked about injuries, Mark Allen, Mike Gesicki, and the triple option of Army West Point. These are some highlights from the press conference.
A Pennsylvania Police report indicated that Vitalya Sepot and one other passenger were not wearing seat belts in Sunday’s fatal crash. The driver of the vehicle was cited with reckless driving.
Alpha Chi Omega President Nikki Szczepaniak and Panhellenic Representative Sammi Brentrim are urging students to congregate Wednesday night as a show of support for a fellow classmate gone far too soon.
After much speculation prior to kickoff, fans that piled in to a striped out Beaver Stadium crowd were met with an element that added to the already electric atmosphere. As the team burst through the tunnel, fireworks on top of the scoreboards at both ends of the stadium gave fans a sense of excitement and awe.
From September 30 to October 1, A conference at Penn State will showcase advances in long-term effects of early-life stress on children.
Before the 2015-16 Nittany Lions lace up their skates, we revisited some of the best moments of the 2014-15 men’s hockey season.
A host of Penn Staters made waves in Week Three of the NFL season. Check out which Nittany Lions made the biggest impacts for their respective teams.
Are you addicted to coffee? If you consider yourself a coffee enthusiast, you will definitely be interested in the brand new Penn State Coffee Club.
The Blue Band always looks and sounds great from the stands. But how about on the field, in the middle of the “Floating Lions” drill?
Joey Julius is everyone’s new favorite football player. One freshman is banking on this new love, and has designed a t-shirt where the sales will be benefiting THON.
The post-Casey Bailey era of Penn State hockey raises a lot of questions up front, so we tried to answer them in our latest positional preview.
Alumnae of the Beta Mu chapter of Alpha Chi Omega created a GoFundMe page to raise money for the chapter and family of Tally Sepot after she died in a car accident on Sunday while returning from a canning trip.
After being ranked No. 6 in the preseason polls the last two seasons, the Big Ten Coaches Poll slotted Penn State at No. 4 for the upcoming season.
The Big Ten recognized Zettel’s performance Monday morning, naming him the conferences’ Co-Defensive Player of the Week with Michigan State’s Shilique Calhoun.
Bailey made it past the team’s first round of cuts, where the camp’s 69 players where cut down to 53, but was ultimately sent down to the Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate Marlies.