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Weekdays from 6 – 10a
Weekdays from 10a – 3pm
Weekdays from 3 – 7pm
Weekdays from 7p – Midnight
You can play every Wednesday at 8am!
You can play every Monday at 8am!
You can play every Friday at 9am!
WHERE Beaver Stadium
Fans will get a first glimpse of new Coach James Franklin’s Nittany Lions during the 2015 Blue-White Game with kickoff TBA. April 18. As in previous years, there will be no admission or parking fee and the game will air on the Penn State Sports Network. The Lions will arrive at the stadium at aproximately 10:15 a.m. Stadium gates A & B open at 10:30 a.m.; Gates C, D & F will open at noon for the game, stadium parking lots will open at 8 a.m.
The always popular autograph session with the team returns this season at 10:45 in Beaver Stadium. The players are permitted to sign one item per person during the 45 minute session, so make it count! This is to ensure as many fans as possible get the opportunity to meet and interact with the squad prior to kick-off.
Courtesy of Central Pennsylvania Convention & Visitors Bureau
WHERE Medlar Field
Join us on Sunday, April 19, 2015 for the 6th Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium 3 Mile Run and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk at Penn State University during Blue White Weekend. More than 4,000 runners and walkers of all ages and abilities took part in last year’s event, helping to raise more than $400K. Presented by the Sheetz Family, the Run begins in the vicinity of the Bryce Jordan Center (BJC) on Curtin Road, moves through Penn State’s scenic campus, and concludes with runners racing through the Beaver Stadium Tunnel and onto the Nittany Lions’ home turf to “finish at the fifty!”
Proceeds from the Run benefit Special Olympics Pennsylvania and nearly 20,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Every fundraising achievement will help us send more athletes to Summer Games at Penn State University in June! Make a commitment today and change a life forever!
Courtesy of specialolympicspa.org
WHERE IM Field
Before the final home game of the regular season, Penn State men’s lacrosse will honor nine graduating seniors. Playing at home for a final time, seniors Kyle Baier, JP Burnside, Jack Donnelly, Brian Gerrato, Pat Manley, Ryan Mullen, Michael Richards, Taylor Stothoff, and Kyle Zittel look to win one last game in Happy Valley.
Penn State hosts Rutgers on Sunday at 6 p.m. The game will air on the Big Ten Network.
Courtesy of Go PSU Sports
WHERE Eisenhower Auditorium
Camelot tells the story of the legend of King Arthur, who rules his kingdom with new ideals and brings peace to a troubled land. But when his beautiful new Queen Guinevere and the dashing Sir Lancelot, his most trusted knight, give in to their passion for one another, one of the most fabled love triangles of all time ensues. When Mordred, King Arthur’s illegitimate son, catches on and sees a kingdom in chaos, he attempts to destroy all that is Camelot!
Tickets are available NOW!
Adult $65, $56
University Park Student $47, $38
18 and Younger $48, $39
WHERE Eisenhower Auditorium
The Nile Project, which uses music to raise awareness of the cultural and environmental challenges along Africa’s mighty river, comes to Penn State for a residency the week of April 20. The highlight of the visit is a concert by musicians from 11 countries at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23, in Eisenhower Auditorium.
Courtesy of Penn State News
Fresh off its doubleheader sweep of Ohio State Wednesday night, the Penn State softball team will travel south of the Mason Dixon Line to take on Maryland in the first meeting between the two schools as B1G foes.
The three-game series kicks-off Friday night with a 6 p.m. first pitch time and then continues on Saturday and Sunday with single games at 1 p.m. and 11 a.m. in College Park. The series finale on Sunday will be televised live by the Big Ten Network.
The Nittany Lions enter the series at 23-20 overall with a 6-8 B1G mark while the Terrapins come into the matchup sporting a 23-19 record and at 5-7 in their new conference.
Courtesy of gopsusports.com
WHERE Lot 12 Blue Band Field
Penn State University prides itself in its rich traditions: The Nittany Lion, JoePa, Beaver Stadium, the Blue Band, Success with Honor, and, since 1975, a free to everyone spring music festival called Movin’ On. As one of the largest student-run music festivals in the country, and a Penn State tradition now in its 40th year, Movin’ On brings the top music of today, tomorrow, and yesterday together as a celebration of those graduating Nittany Lions “movin’ on” in their academic and professional lives.
Courtesy of Movinon.org