Penn State put up a valiant effort on the road against No. 3 Wisconsin, but didn’t have enough left to seal the deal.
Penn State put its recent struggles with ranked opponents in the past with a convincing victory against Minnesota, taking down the No. 12 Golden Gophers.
Fourteen years ago this week, No. 2-ranked Penn State put its undefeated conference record on the line against the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers.
Penn State’s road trip continues Friday and Saturday with a pair of contests against foes ranked in the AVCA top-15.
After a packed weekend for Penn State, defeating Rutgers and being edged out by then-No. 6 Purdue, the Big Ten took notice of one Nittany Lion.
After a lacklustre 3-1 victory against Rutgers Friday night, No. 15 Penn State had little time to prepare for its next opponent on the weekend, a much more talented No. 6 Purdue.
It was Sept. 24 when Penn State swept Rutgers, keeping a 20-year streak of straight-set victories alive against the Scarlet Knights.
Penn State controlled its match against Rutgers Friday night at Rec Hall en route to its second victory over the Scarlet Knights this season.