Sports

Fan of the People

Franco Harris made one of the most famous plays in NFL history but was better known for how he connected with Penn Staters, Pittsburghers, and everyone else.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

Taking the Reins

Former All-American Katie Schumacher-Cawley steps in to lead women's volleyball program.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

A Legacy of Courage

Steve Smith’s football life, and his years living with ALS, revealed his perseverance.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

Simply the Best

Russ Rose set an uncomplicated standard of excellence for Penn State volleyball.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

Glory Days: Redemption in the desert

The swaggering Miami Hurricanes posed a massive challenge for the 1986 Penn State football team, but the Lions were already motivated for the all-time bowl classic.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

Ice Cold Moves

World Campus student Kaitlin Hawayek is competing for a spot in the Beijing Olympics.
Mark Wogenrich '90 Com

Ahead of Her Time

Kahadeejah Herbert helped lift Lady Lion basketball to national prominence.
Jeff Rice '03 Com

World Beaters

Led by gold medalist David Taylor, more than two dozen Penn State alumni, students, and coaches combined for a historic showing at the pandemic-delayed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Ryan Jones '95 Com

All Downhill From There

Professor Pete Allison is sharing the story of the Penn Staters who helped popularize winter sports in the U.S.
Mark Wogenrich '90 Com

Long Distance Legend

Curt Stone leaves a legacy as one of Penn State’s most decorated track athletes.
Robyn Passante '95 Com

Precious Medals

Erin McLeod, Joe Kovacs, Alyssa Naeher, and Erica Dambach added to the Penn State hardware haul from Tokyo.
Ryan Jones '95 Com

Toughing It Out

Alums Shawn Morelli and Jake Schrom rose to the occasion at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Ryan Jones '95 Com

New Heights

Former Nittany Lion hoops standout Tom Hovasse led the Japanese women to an unprecedented Olympic final.
Ryan Jones '95 Com

Still Teammates, Still Champs

Former Nittany Lion All-Americans Haleigh Washington and Micha Hancock helped the U.S. women’s volleyball team clinch its first Olympic gold.
Ryan Jones '95 Com