Posted March 17, 2012 on
The Nittany Lions blow away the competition in St. Louis, crowing three national champions along the way.

Nittany Lions add offensive lineman

Brendan Mahon, of Randolph, New Jersey, becomes the fifth verbal commitment to Penn State for the class of 2013. Mahon is listed as the 26th best offensive tackle and a three star on and listed as a four star on as the 190th best player in the nation. Mahon's decision was made on St. Patricks Day and comes just eight days after Adam Breneman, the top tigh...

Penn State Amazed Butler

Gonzaga (D.C.) corner Devin Butler (6'1", 180) was amazed by Penn State.

2012 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament: Penn State first round quotes

The Penn State Lady Lion's opened the 2012 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament with an 85-77 win against UTEP in Baton Rouge. Penn State moves on to the second round, where they will face the winner of LSU vs. San Diego State, which was tied at 27-27 at halftime. The following quotes from the post game interviews were provided by LSU Athletics. Head Coach Coquese Washington...

Harris: Penn State trustees should go

Former NFL star Franco Harris says the entire Penn State board of trustees should be replaced. The Penn State graduate who played under coach Joe Paterno says trustees failed to show leadership during the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal. He calls the decision to fire Paterno ''unconscionable'' and says it was made without all the facts. At a meeting Friday, the...

No. 11 Penn St. 85, UTEP 77

Maggie Lucas scored 23 points and fourth-seeded Penn State defeated No. 13 seed UTEP 85-77 in the opening round of the NCAA tournament Sunday. Alex Bentley scored 21 and Zhaque Gray 15 for the Lady Lions (25-6), who trailed for much of the first half but led nearly all of the second en route to their second straight appearance in the second round. Gloria Brown had 18 points and...

Mahon Commits to Penn State

Penn State football lands fifth commitment in their Class of 2013 with the addition of New Jersey offensive tackle Brendan Mahon.

Pennsylvania almost evenly split on renaming PSU stadium after Paterno

Polls in Pennsylvania show a pretty close to even split on the issue of renaming Penn State’s Beaver Stadium after Joe Paterno. A Quinnipiac University survey found that 46 percent of those polled thought the school should rename Beaver Stadium, while 40 percent were opposed. But the margin of error is nearly 3 points among the 1,300 registered voters who were surveyed. According...

PSU Holds Top Spot Heading Into Semis

Five Penn State wrestlers advance to 2012 NCAA Championship semifinal round as the Nittany Lions hold the top team position coming out of the quarterfinals.

UTEP-Penn St. Preview

A pair of regular-season conference champions square off as fourth-seeded Penn State meets No. 13 seed UTEP in the first round of the Kingston regional Sunday at Baton Rouge. Penn State (24-6) comes into the NCAA tournament off of a loss - not that there's any reason for coach Coquese Washington to be too concerned about that. The Lady Lions, the Big Ten regular season champs...

State Closing in on Another Crown

Five Nittany Lions advance to the NCAA finals as PSU is poised to win another wrestling title. The Lions were undefeated in the semifinals.

Quick Hitter: Penn State Offers CB Averett

Woodbury (N.J.) High cornerback Anthony Averett, the New Jersey champ in the 55 meter dash, was offered by Penn State, and he gave a quick thought about it.

Lady Lions Dig Out a Win

Lucas, Bentley shine as Penn State tops UTEP to advance in the NCAA Tournament in Baton Rouge.

Mahon Goes In-depth on Penn State Commitment

Randolph (N.J.) High Brendan Mahon spent the last two days at Penn State, and by the time he left he was a member of the Nittany Lions' 2013 class. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Mahon spoke to about his decision, and why Penn State is the right school for him.

Hawkins Talks PSU Offer

Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) defensive back Chris Hawkins picked up an offer from Penn State this week, making it a grand total of twenty-four.
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