The Penn Stater Daily — March 31, 2014
Bittersweet end: The Lady Lions’ season came to an end Sunday evening in California with an 82-57 loss to No. 2 seed (and host) Stanford in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. Penn State, a No. 3 seed, wrapped up its second straight Big Ten championship season with a record of 24-8. Senior Ariel Edwards led the Lady Lions with 22 points in the loss.
State of State: A broad range of topics, and speakers ranging from faculty and recently alumni to current students, were the order of the day Sunday at the first annual State of State conference, held at the HUB-Robeson Center. The TED-style conference, a student-run endeavor, focused on challenges and issues facing the university community. Onward State and the Daily Collegian had it covered.
Amateur hour: Former Nittany Lion football standout John Urschel ’12, ’13g has been named one of three finalists for the AAU Sullivan Award. The award is given annually to the top amateur athlete in the nation. This year’s winner will be named on April 11.
Ryan Jones, senior editor