Sports

Lion’s Pride

Carl Nassib makes history as the NFL’s first openly gay player.
Michael Weinreb ’94 Com

Name Brand

New rules mean Nittany Lion athletes can now capitalize on their sporting fame.

Happy Returns

A preview of the Nittany Lion athletes set to shine in front of in-person crowds this fall.
Mark Wogenrich '90 Com

Spin Control

Former Nittany Lion swimmer Holden Comeau is now an esports cycling star.
Michael Weinreb ’94 Com

Mountain Lion

Penn State Berks student Kaiya Kizuka has her eyes on a 2026 Olympic run.
Mark Wogenrich '90 Com

Four for Four

A perfect night for a quartet of finalists gave Penn State four titles at the NCAA wrestling championships.
B.J. Reyes ’95 Com

Diplomatic Director

Lauren Packer Webster trades in press credentials for role as athletic director at Franklin & Marshall.
Michael Weinreb '94 Com

The Long Run

COVID-19 slows, but doesn’t stop, ultrarunner Lauren Wilke.
Erin Strout ’97 Com

Game Plan

Altering course, the Big Ten announced a fan-free, closely monitored return to fall football.
B.J. Reyes ’95 Com

The Right Angle

“I’M ADDICTED TO FISHING,” Grae Buck admits. “That’s all I ever wanted to do.” Until recently, Buck ’12 Agr never thought he’d be able to make a career out of fishing.
Michael Weinreb '94 Com

First of Many

The current Penn State wrestling dynasty officially began in 2011, when coach Cael Sanderson clinched the first of his eight NCAA team titles.

Traveling Call

The 4,000-mile trip to happy valley hasn’t kept freshman Tova Sabel from feeling right at home.
Michael Weinreb '94 Com