USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Nikolette Nolte has announced that she verbally committed to swim for Penn State University. “It has…
Mackenzie O’Connor of South Jersey Aquatic Club and Bishop Eustace Preparatory School has announced her intention to swim for Penn State University next fall.
Marget Shelly of Trinity High School and York YMCA has made a verbal commitment to Penn State University for 2018-19.
Matthews, North Carolina-native, Providence High School senior, USA Swimming Scholastic All-American, SwimMAC Carolina lifer, and budding artist Teddy Perelli has…
Two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Michael Daly, from Pearl River, NY, has given a verbal commitment to Penn State for 2018-19.
Brooke Matthias, a rising senior at Stone Bridge High School who also swims for NCAP, has made a verbal commitment to Penn State University.
Sadie Schumann has made a verbal commitment to Penn State University for 2018-19.
Madison Ledwith of Conestoga High School and Radnor Aquatic Club has made a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions for 2018-19.
Penn State University released plans to build a new pool that will be 130,000 square feet and include a 10 lane, 50-meter pool with the ability to seat 2,500 spectators.
Pennsylvania sprinter Maddie Cooke has made a verbal commitment to the Pennsylvania State University for 2017-18.
Hayden Harlow of the Northwest Arkansas Aquatics Sharks and Bentonville High School has verbally committed to the Nittany Lions for 2017-18.
Three-time North Carolina Independent Schools 1A2A state champion Jane Donahue has made a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions.
Ohio high school state champion Carly Hart has made a verbal commitment to the Penn State Nittany Lions for 2017-18.
NCAP’s Camryn Barry has elected to spend the next four years as a Nittany Lion at Penn State University.
This weekend, the Yale men took down Penn State, while the Penn State women took won against Yale and Rutgers, and the Yale Women beat out Rutgers.