When Penn State takes the court in November, nearly half of its roster will wear the blue and white for the first time.
With the summer session coming to a close, Penn State’s new head man on campus is starting to adjust to his role.
For many Penn State athletes, the goal isn’t just to play at the collegiate level — but to excel on a professional stage.
After a tumultuous year followed by numerous players leaving the program, Micah Shrewsberry had his work cut out for him.
The Olympics are rapidly approaching, and the U.S. men’s basketball team has taken on plenty of opponents to get ready for the Games.
While a number of players transferred away from Penn State in the offseason, Micah Shrewsberry quickly filled the holes on the roster.