Found January 26, 2012 on gopsusports.com:
If there was one word to describe the 2012 Nittany Lion baseball team, it would be experienced. enn State capped off a grueling 2011 season with a birth in the Big Ten tournament and a number of team accomplishments including 16 road wins, 18th most in Division I baseball, and a 5-3 record against teams that eventually played in the NCAA tournament. Now, as the offseason comes to a close, head coach Robbie Wine and his players are eager to return to the baseball field and build off the momentum from the previous year.
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