Author Jess Frezza
John Urschel learned lessons he never could’ve imagined during his time spent training with the MIT football team.
Women’s lacrosse defeated Winthrop 16-6 in the first round of the NCAA tournament in Gainesville, Florida with Lazo leading the offensive charge.
Second round and No. 51 overall pick Christian Hackenberg signed a $4.66 million rookie contract with the Jets on Thursday.
Football announced the addition of two more primetime games to be televised. Iowa will be Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in University Park and Rutgers at 8 p.m. in Piscataway on Nov. 19.
Despite a semi-final loss to Northwestern, Penn State is set to face Winthrop in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
No. 2 seeded Penn State fell short against No. 3 seeded Northwestern in the Big Ten semi-finals falling 9-6.
Fourth-seeded men’s lacrosse suffered a season ending loss from No. 1 seed Maryland in the Big Ten semi-final on the road.
In light of the tragic loss of Penn State sophomore Vitalya “Tally” Sepot after a THON canning trip in September, family and close friends established the Tally Sepot Memorial Award. The award will be given to a student “who demonstrates outstanding service to THON and Penn State.”
Women’s lacrosse’s Madison Cyr was recently named National Player of the week by Epoch/Lacrosse magazine after an outstanding performance against Northwestern.
Men’s lacrosse suffered another overtime loss, this time at the hands of Johns Hopkins 12-11 in front of a record setting crowd Sunday night.
With Daniel Wilcko and Katrina Helcoski placing first in NIRCA’s Half Marathon race, Penn State Club Cross Country can add another impressive accolade to it’s already successful and dynamic program.
Former Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg is set to be featured on ESPN’s Hey Rookie, Welcome to the NFL and Gruden’s QB Camp later on this month prior to the 2016 NFL Draft.
His experience has been the foundation for the popularity of his classes. Not only does he use the textbook and theory as the basis for the class, but he also uses his own personal experience to supplement it. “I somehow connect the anecdote to that particular topic of that day,” Manuel said.
Since the Executive Committee was selected and THON 2017 is already underway, we decided to sit down with advisor Darcy Rameker to learn more about her role in the world’s largest student-run philanthropy.
With over 30 national titles in the past 10 years, the Penn State Club Sports Program proves itself to be the best in the nation while offering more than just competition.
“Coming into this season I wanted to play as hard as I can. It’s all mental,” said Cyr comparing how this season stacked up to the previous ones. She’s currently on track to surpass the 38 total goals she tallied at the end of last season.
Less than two months after giving his emotional speech during THON’s Pep Rally, Devon and Leah Still will be returning to Penn State. Following the Blue and White game on April 16, the Still Strong Foundation will hold it’s first event at the Nittany Lion Inn.
Distraction of the Day: Junior midfielder Dan Craig earned himself a spot on Sportscenter’s Top-10 plays with a ridiculous behind-the-head goal in Penn State’s upset over No. 1 Denver.
Senior Steven Mezzacappa was named one of 10 New Faces in Civil Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers, and credits his success to the opportunities provided by Penn State.
Penn State students organized “Mike’s Mail Call” to thank the campus’ beloved Mailman for his 48 years of service.
Women’s lacrosse returned to the field in commanding fashion after Saturday’s defeat to beat Johns Hopkins 11-7 on Wednesday in Baltimore, despite a Blue Jay dominated first half.
No. 6 women’s lacrosse suffered its first loss of the season in Saturday’s matchup against No. 7 Virginia at Klöckner Stadium. Even after outscoring the Cavaliers in the second half, the Nittany Lions ended up on the losing side of the 16-13 battle.
Since solving problems under pressure is one of his favorite things about THON, helping with coding made Doug Jordan’s weekend even more fulfilling.