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2018-19 Lady Nittany Lions season ticket renewal underway

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UNIVERSITY PARK — Coming off of the program’s seventh national postseason berth in the last nine years, season ticket renewals for the 2018-19 Penn State women’s basketball season are now under way. Fans will have until Friday, June 15 to renew their season tickets for the upcoming ...

2018 LHU Field Hockey Golf Tournament

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LOCK HAVEN — LHU field hockey’s 2018 golf tournament is set for Sunday, June 24 at the Rich Valley Golf Course in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The four-person scramble will start at 1 p.m. The cost is $70 for golf and dinner, or just $45 for golf only. For more information, to register ...

LHU’s Bekah Slattery adds another All-Region honor

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LOCK HAVEN – An NCAA tournament loss on Saturday officially ended the Lock Haven University softball team’s 2018 season, but the awards continue to come in for the Bald Eagles and pitcher Bekah Slattery (Douglassville, Pa./Daniel Boone) earned a spot on another All-Region Team. Today ...

THE NEXT LEVEL: Student-Athletes On Campus

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Toner Corl: A 2016 Central Mountain High School graduate and current freshmen on the PSU-Dubois Baseball team. Toner was 0-for-3 with a run scored as PSU-Dubois defeated PSU-Brandywine, 10-2, in the PSUAC Tournament. Moriah Lindsey: A 2014 Central Mountain High School graduate and current ...

Penn State Men’s Golf sits in fifth through round one

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Penn State men’s golf team completed the opening round at the Columbus NCAA Regional on Monday with a team score of 9-over at Ohio State Golf Club to finish the round in fifth place among the 13 teams in the field. The Nittany Lions were led by junior JD Hughes ...

McCloskey added to 2018-19 PSU Men’s Basketball roster

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UNIVERSITY PARK – Penn State men’s basketball coach Patrick Chambers has announced the addition of 6-5, 210-lb guard Kyle McCloskey to the roster for the 2018-19 season. McCloskey was a member of the 2017 Villanova football program before announcing his intent to transfer to Penn State to ...

IndyCar’s young and restless set for Indy 500

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INDIANAPOLIS — Twenty-three-year-old Zach Veach looks like the perfect guy for IndyCar’s youth movement. He has a solid resume. He has a full-time ride with one of the series’ top teams, stable sponsorship and what appears to be a bright future. He understands the art of doing business ...

PSU’s Erica Dambach announces Women’s Soccer 2018 slate

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UNIVERSITY PARK — The Penn State women’s soccer team has released its 2018 regular season schedule, as announced by head coach Erica Dambach. Penn State is scheduled to play 11 regular season matches at Jeffrey Field. “I’m excited about the 2018 schedule,” Dambach said. “Across ...

Belly-putter ban lifts game for Players winner Simpson

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Webb Simpson credited everyone around him for winning The Players Championship, his fifth career victory and in some respects his most important. And he didn’t stop with those he considers to be part of his team. Thank-you notes also are in order for the USGA and ...

Penn State Track And Field’s Holmberg captures silver

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Junior Maddie Holmberg (Greensburg, Pa.) set the school record in the heptathlon en route to a silver medal at the 2018 Big Ten Outdoor Track & Field Championships Saturday at the Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex. “It feels really good,” Holmberg said on ...

PSU excited for fourth-straight regional

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UNIVERSITY PARK — The Penn State men’s golf team travels to Columbus, Ohio, for the second time this season to compete in the program’s fourth-straight NCAA Regional May 14-16, at the Ohio State Golf Club. The 54-hole regional will feature 18 holes of play each day on the 7,455-yard, ...

Martin drives in four on the way to Curve victory

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READING — Behind a three-hit, four-RBI day by Jason Martin and another strong start by Dario Agrazal, the Altoona Curve beat the Reading Fightin Phils, 7-1, on Sunday afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Curve (18-15) won two of the three games in the rain-shortened road series against the ...

Met’s deGrom lasts 1 inning, Williams homer lifts Phils 4-2

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PHILADELPHIA — New York’s Jacob deGrom lasted just one inning in his return from the disabled list, and pinch-hitter Nick Williams had a go-ahead, three-run homer off Paul Seward in the sixth inning that carried the Philadelphia Phillies over the Mets 4-2 Sunday. DeGrom needed 45 pitches ...