The Penn Stater Daily — March 7, 2014

March 7, 2014 at 11:01 am Leave a comment

BOT news: The Board of Trustees began two days of meetings Thursday in Hershey, and there’s plenty to talk about. The ongoing debate over potential governance reform continued, while there was progress on the move toward the creation of an official student trustee. Our Lori Shontz ’91, ’13g is in Hershey covering the meetings; for more detailed coverage, check back soon.

Hoops on a high: The Nittany Lions enjoyed their trip to Chicago last night, walloping Northwestern, 59-32, in Evanston. The Wildcats’ tally marked the fewest points scored by any Big Ten team this season, and with the win, Penn State moved to .500 on the season. Meanwhile, the top-seeded Lady Lions were set to open Big Ten tournament play today at noon against eighth seed Ohio State. They’ll do so knowing that senior guard Maggie Lucas has been named a finalist for the Wooden Award as national player of the year.

Three for the hall: Three standouts from Penn State’s 1986 national championship team are on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame. Shane Conlan ’86, DJ Dozier ’01, and Steve Wisniewski ’89 are up for induction, with the class set to be announced in May.

Ryan Jones, senior editor

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