Posted March 08, 2013 on
Clash of future Nittany Lions highlights another strong session for Penn State commits at the state tournament in Hershey.
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Maggie Lucas and Penn State used the Big Ten's most potent offense to win the conference title for the second straight season.
Lucas showed up on Saturday, but the rest of the offense was gone.
The eighth-ranked Lady Lions shot 22 percent in a 54-46 loss to Michigan State in the semifinals of the conference tournament.
''We didn't shoot the ball well at all,'...
FINAL: Penn State 66 Northwestern 59 Penn State improved to 10-19 (2-15) on the season. Double-digit wins! As fans we are being spoiled lately, wins here, wins there, wins everywhere! Penn State just won their second game of the Big Ten season. Not only is it the second win, but it’s the second in three tries.…
Badger Nation examines the road matchup with Penn State and the tiebreaking scenarios on the last day of the regular season in the Big Ten conference.
The Nittany Lion wrestlers are in position to grab their third straight conference crown. Four PSU grapplers will be fighting for individual titles.
Four future Nittany Lions march into the semifinals of the state tournament in Hershey. Among them are a pair of wrestling recruits and two football run-ons.
Future Nittany Lions grab PIAA AAA crowns at 152 and 220 pounds to cap a big weekend for Penn State at the state tournament in Hershey.
Pair of Penn State commits earn gold at PIAA AA wrestling championships in Hershey. Grapplers with PSU connections also score second- and third-place finishes.
Top-seeded Penn State cruises into semifinals at Big Ten Tournament behind strong efforts from Bentley and Lucas.
Penn State outlasts Northwestern in Evanston for coach Pat Chambers' first league road victory.
Three of four future Nittany Lions advance at the Pennsylvania AA tournament in Hershey.
Penn State surged early in second half then hung on for 76-66 Big Ten women's basketball tournament win over Ohio State in suburban Chicago on Friday night. Now the Buckeyes will have to wait more than a week to learn if they receive a bid to the NCAA tournament.
Something that didn’t appear possible after Michigan’s loss at Penn State a week ago Wednesday is now here. The Wolverines control their own destiny once again and are eager to take on Indiana Sunday afternoon for a piece of the Big Ten. **With Coach B video**
#22 Wisconsin Badgers 20-10 (11-6) at Penn State 10-19 (2-15) Where: Bryce Jordan Center When: Sunday, March 10, 12:00 PM TV: BTN I remember back in early February when we were all afraid of the dreaded 0-18 Big Ten finish. That seems like a long time ago, because Penn State has finally decided to shut…