State College may be Phillies and Pirates country, but Dan "The Mets Fan" is proud to rep the Mets blue and orange.
Jill Helsel and Jill Lane have worked at Altoona Junior High School for decades. Now, they've built a large TikTok following and are inspiring students.
For the first time in Pegula Ice Arena history, Penn State hosted the NCAA Women's Hockey Frozen Four. Ohio State won the championship, but hosting the tournament was a win for hockey in central Pennsylvania.
James Pagliei, better known as The Philly Sports Guy, has spent his entire life rooting for Philadelphia sports. Now, the diehard Philadelphia fan is using his platform to raise money for the Philadelphia Eagles Autism Foundation.
On Monday, ESPN will release "The Paterno Legacy," an hour long documentary highlighting the career of Penn State's legendary football coach. Many Penn Staters are skeptical at how ESPN will portray Paterno. I spoke to the creators of the documentary.
Penn State Quarterback Sean Clifford has officially launched his own NIL company, Limitless. The company has signed athletes from three different schools.
Katie Feeney is well-known for being on the sidelines at Beaver Stadium, capturing content at Penn State Football games. Now, she'll join the Washington Commanders of the NFL as their first ever social media correspondent.
Obafemi Awodesu and Ben Liscum are both on the Penn State soccer team. They traded in their soccer cleats for dancing shoes, all for the kids.
Dan McKenna created Hoop Stars after he left his job. Years later, McKenna has taught the game of basketball to many young children in Centre County, including kids with special needs.
The Lady Lions hosted the Northwestern Wildcats in the 16th annual Play4Kay Pink Zone game. While the Cats came away with the win, the real winners were announced at halftime.
James Franklin's team took to the Holuba Hall weight room to show off their strength in the max out workout event.
Last summer, the landscape of college athletics changed drastically after athletes were allowed to profit from their name, image and likeness. Success with Honor, a non-profit organization, looks to empower Penn State Athletes through NIL. The advisory board features 11 former Nittany Lion athletes.