Anticipated Snowfall Alters Penn State Home Event Schedule

University Park, PA – The potential for significant snowfall in Central Pennsylvania this weekend has resulted in changes to the Penn State Athletics’ home event schedule. Additional updates are possible as the forecast becomes clearer for the weekend. Saturday’s men’s hockey game vs. Ohio State will begin at 3 p.m. in the conclusion of a two-game...

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Penn State No. 3 in Final Fall Learfield Directors’ Cup Standings

University Park, PA – Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics is off to another superb start in the Learfield Directors’ Cup standings. The Nittany Lions are No. 3 in the final fall 2018 standings on the strength of five teams participating in their respective NCAA Championships and the football team earning a third consecutive New Year’s/CFP bowl berth....

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Penn State’s Oruwariye Garners AP First-Team All-Big Ten Honors

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Senior cornerback Amani Oruwariye headlined the Associated Press (AP) All-Big Ten selections for Penn State. Oruwariye collected first team accolades, while senior quarterback Trace McSorley, junior running back Miles Sanders and junior defensive tackle Robert Windsor garnered second team honors. Amani Oruwariye, CB, Gr./Sr., 6-1, 203, Tampa, Fla./Gaither * First-team all-conference (more…)

Nearly 100 Nittany Lions Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Accolades

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.– Nearly 100 student-athletes from Penn State’s seven fall programs have earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition. The Nittany Lions’ 94 fall honorees rank third-highest since 1991-92, Penn State’s first year of competition in some Big Ten sports. Women’s soccer student-athlete Kerry Abello and football student-athlete Blake Gillikin own perfect 4.0 grade-point averages. Women’s (more…)

Penn State’s Collins and McSorley to be Honored at NFF Awards Dinner Tuesday Night

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State will have a pair of standouts honored at the 61st National Football Foundation (NFF) Annual Awards Dinner in New York City Tuesday evening. National award winner and first-team All-America quarterback Kerry Collins will be inducted to the Hall of Fame, while All-Big Ten quarterback Trace McSorley will be honored (more…)