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Former Blackhawk standout Cole Chiappialle made a name for himself on an ideal day at Beaver Stadium.
College basketball scoring increased a bit after a tweaking of rules and some foul calls in the offseason, and coaches give their thoughts.
Lots of changes and challenges crop up for quarterback Christian Hackenberg.
Defensive back Jordan Lucas is a leader in the fiery mode and a voice for the Nittany Lions this coming season.
Receiver Allen Robinson likely boosted his NFL draft stock with an improved performance at Penn State’s pro day.
The judge set a hearing, if one is required, for May 15 in Bellefonte, Centre County.
Albert Hall, Brian Gaia, Derek Dowrey are trying to get used to life on the offensive line.
Former Penn State assistant football coach is serving a 30- to 60-year prison sentence for the sexual abuse of 10 boys.
The Dan Hodge Trophy is awarded annually to the nation’s top collegiate wrestler. Taylor also won the award in 2012.
The Lady Lions had their season ended in the Sweet 16 again, and once again at the hands of an elite women's program.
Facing the task of upsetting a top-tier program is nothing new for the Lady Lions, but they still have yet to get over that postseason hump.
Spring practice continues on for the Nittany Lions and new head coach James Franklin.
The Nittany Lions and new coach James Franklin are on a recruiting frenzy lately with their 2015 class.
The imperative not to talk was reinforced to trustees by the confidentiality agreements they were instructed to sign.
The third-seeded Lady Lions extended their season with a romp of the Gators as their quartet of veterans played their final home games.
Siena beats the buzzer and Penn State for 64-62 victory in quarterfinals of CBI tournament.
Penn State women open the NCAA tournament with victory against Wichita State.
Two individual championships spark Nittany Lions to four NCAA wrestling championships in a row
The hiring of James Franklin, PSU’s first black head football coach, shows the school's attempt to achieve diversity.
Franklin Regional graduate Nico Megaludis reaches quarterfinals for third year in a row and is one of five Nittany Lions to win twice.