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Offensive tackle Donovan Smith became the first Penn State player to be selected in the 2015 NFL draft Friday night.
The 6-10 forward from Nigeria played sparingly as a freshman.
With only three games left in the season, Hawks' softball team is penalized after allegations of hazing surfaced last month.
Catherine Dickinson's hat trick propels the Quakers into third straight championship matchup, where they'll play Princeton.
In honor of the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, Villanova will play Oklahoma on Dec. 7 in Hawaii.
The St. Joseph's men will play in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament in November.
Temple’s Kenneth Harper isn’t expected to be selected in the NFL draft but that doesn’t mean he will lack job opportunities.
Christian Hackenberg regressed in his sophomore season, but needs to bounce back to improve pro shot.
Linebacker Tyler Matakevich, center Kyle Friend, d-lineman Matt Ioannidis want to take care of senior season first.
Despite low ratings in the run-up to the draft, Penn State's Deion Barnes is hopeful of landing with an NFL team.
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