2016-17 Officer Training Sessions

This years training sessions for all club sport organization officers are listed below. Every club MUST have at least a president and treasurer to be active but any appointed officer is required to attend training (or take their respective quiz after reviewing the material).  Please note that the Club Sports Program does not recognize you as an officer for your club until you take part in the following training or quiz.  At the conclusion of these sessions officers will be asked to sign an Officer Acceptance form acknowledging an understanding and compliance with the policies and procedures of the Club Sports Program.


PRESIDENTS AND VICE PRESIDENTS TRAININGS (please attend one, RSVP is required – Please contact Michael (mpp17@psu.edu) if you did not previously receive the link to sign up)
Training Sessions
FridayAugust 19th, at 11am in 134 HUB (This is the week before classes start)
Tuesday, August 23rd, at 5:30pm in the Flex Theater (HUB)
Wednesday, August 24th, at 5:30pm in the Flex Theater (HUB)


TREASURERS TRAININGS (please attend one, RSVP is required Please contact Michael (mpp17@psu.edu) if you did not previously receive the link to sign up)
FridayAugust 19th, at 12:30pm in 134 HUB (This is the week before classes start)
Tuesday, August 23rd, at 7pm in the Flex Theater (HUB)
Wednesday, August 24th, at 7pm in the Flex Theater (HUB)


ALL OTHER OFFICER POSITIONS – QUIZ OFFERINGS (powerpoints will be emailed out separately for review, please contact Michael (mpp17@psu.edu if you have not received the training ppt via email; no RSVP required)


Training sessions are mandatory.  Every effort to attend one of the scheduled sessions for you position should be made.  However, if you have an academic conflict during all possible sessions for your position, please let us know Prior to Monday, 8/22, evening by contacting Michael Potter at mpp17@psu.edu or Cybbi Barton at ceb69@psu.edu

16-17 Honors Reception Recap

10th Annual Club Sports Honors Reception
With over 200 guests in attendance, this year’s version of the Honors Reception was a hit! We gathered in Alumni Hall in the HUB to recognize the hard work and achievement of the 77-student formed and student-run club sport organizations. This year our program offered support to a total of 6,583 students, faculty, and staff participating in club sport organizations, a record by over 650! Clubs hosted over 300 events on and around campus this year, ventured on over 400 trips which equaled over 126,900 miles, and sent teams and/or individuals to 32 national championship competitions. Once again, Penn State Club Sports is the largest club sport program in the United States.

Program Highlights
Since last year’s Honors Reception, club sport organizations have captured a record 8 team national championships! Individually, Penn State Club Sports saw numerous individuals win national titles this year including Taylor Varner (Boxing), Dan Wilcko (Cross Country), Mike Meehan (Triathlon), Cassandra Lageman (Track & Field), Devin McDuffie (Track & Field), John Lacy (Track & Field), Kati Piger (Track & Field), Marley O’Brien (Track & Field), Rachel Pitman (Track & Field), and Vanessa Romulus (Track & Field). Aside from competitive success, Club Sport organizations once again showed their commitment to the Penn State and State College communities by engaging in numerous service initiatives, such as Relay for Life, Miles for Smiles, National Eating Disorders Awareness Walk, Lions Pantry, and the annual “Mr. & Mrs. Club Sports” pageant to name a few. The biggest fundraising endeavor was for Penn State Dance Marathon (THON) where club sport organizations combined to raise over $375,000.

Award Highlights
Diverse arrays of awards were collected over the course of the night. With many awards handed out within each category, the categories were as follows: Athletic Excellence, Organizational Excellence, Individual & Officer Awards, as well as Club of the Year to cap off the presentation.
The 2016-2017 Female Athlete of the Year recipient was Taylor Varner from Boxing. Taylor is a 3-time NCBA Eastern Regional Champ, 3-time All-American, 2017 National Champion in the 147 pound class, and has won the NCBA sportsmanship award for the past two years. She is also the club president!


Our 2016-2017 Male Athlete of the Year recipient was Paul Schoenberg from Wrestling. Paul had top place finishes in three tournaments this ear and became an All-American after placing 6th at nationals. Paul led the team to place 3rd at nationals and has the most recorded wins in a season in club history with 28! He is also club president.


Finally, we were proud to award the Penn State Figure Skating Club with the Club of the Year Award. Figure Skating has tripled their membership over the last two years to 12 skaters from 3 skaters. They raised $8,000 for THON, had two dancers participate in THON, and volunteered at local skating clubs teaching young students how to figure skate and be role models in their communities. Competitively the club did better than ever before as they broke top 5 at their second sectional for the first time ever and ultimately finished 6th out of 32 schools in the Eastern Division. They had many individuals do extremely well as they had 6 first place finishers and 6 second place finishers at their competitions at MIT, Liberty, and University of Delaware. They have set some high goals for themselves, they hope to score 100 points next season, have a 20 member competitive team in 2 years, and an increased community presence spanning the next 5 years.


Athletic Training Services for Club Sport Athletes – Spring 2017 Hours

The Club Sports Program offers athletic training services for all student members in our 77 club sport organizations. This service is free of charge and allows club sport athletes to have injuries evaluated by one of Penn State Sports Medicine’s best!

Our athletic trainer for 2016-17 is Vince Del Valle and he holds appointments on a weekly basis in the White Building Athletic Training Room (52). Vince schedules 20 minute time slots from 9:00am-10:40am on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, and Wednesday’s in White Building.

To schedule an appointment, please stop by or call the Club Sports Office (814-865-9202). You must have a valid participation agreement/waiver on file for 2016-17 with your club and you must be a student (with limited resources and times we cannot extend this service to faculty/staff members of clubs).

While we all stress health and safety as well as injury prevention, we understand that injuries in sport do occur. Please inform your club members of this enhanced Club Sports Program service should they have an injury related to their participation with your club.

If you would like to schedule athletic training services for your on-campus events during the 2016-17 academic year, please put in a request with Wade (wde5020@psu.edu) at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

New Students – Involvement Fair

The annual Club Sports Program Involvement Fair, in conjunction with Student Activities, will take place on Monday August 22nd on the HUB Lawn!

Almost all of our 77 club sport organizations will have information tables set up at this years fair. If you are interested in joining one of our clubs, this is a great opportunity to meet current club members and receive more information about the organization.

Please note that ALL club sports participating will be outside on the HUB Lawn.

HUB Lawn

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Monday August 22nd
11:00am – 4:00pm
HUB Lawn


First Aid/CPR/AED Classes

Penn State Aquatics offers multiple opportunities during the fall, spring, and summer semester for Penn State students, faculty, and staff to receive American Red Cross certifications in standard first aid and adult CPR/AED at a discounted rate.

Club sport organizations that are a risk level 2, 3, or 4 must maintain no less than two student safety officers at all times to be active and risk level 3 and 4 clubs must have at least one coach/instructor with safety certifications.

For a full list of upcoming classes, please visit the Penn State Aquatics website:http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/campusrec/rec/nat/FirstAidCPRAEDTraining.asp

If you are interested in attended a class, you must register in-person at the McCoy Natatorium and pay in full for the class. Club accounts cannot be directly billed though individuals may be reimbursed by their clubs at the club’s discretion and only with their original receipt received at the Natatorium upon registration.

NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP! Men’s Volleyball Club Serves Up Historic Finish

The Penn State Men’s Volleyball Club experienced its best finish ever at the NCVF National Championships, held April 8-10 in Louisville, KY. After three dominating days and an 8-0 start, Penn State made it to their first Division 1 National Championship game in the history of the club. The club lost a competitive match against the three time defending national champions, Wisconsin Osh-Kosh. On top of their program high finish, Penn State boasted 5 All-Americans in the tournament. Setter Dylan Hose and outside hitter Ibrahim Almoaiqel were voted 1st team All-Americans, opposite Joey Farrell and outside hitter Michael Desino were voted 2nd team All-Americans, and libero Tim Erdman was an Honorable Mention.
National Championship Full Program
During pool play on day one, the PSU men breezed through their first two matches, dismissing Miami University of Ohio and University of Texas in straight sets. In the final match of the pool, PSU went up against fellow contender CSU Sacremento. In the first set, PSU fell into an early hole going down by more than 6 points in the middle of the set. After a ferocious rally in the final points of the game, the Nittany Lions roared back to steal a 27-25 victory. Using this momentum, Penn State cruised to a relatively easy second set victory to capture the pool and a bid into gold power pools the next morning.
On the second day of the tournament, Penn State played in a three team power pool where the top two advance to the gold bracket. Placed in a pool with the club were the #7 overall seed University of Minnesota and The United States Air Force Academy. After sweeping away rival Air Force in a close match, Penn State had a more difficult time with Minnesota, dropping the first set 25-10.. In the second set, PSU turned the tables to dismantle the Gophers t25-10. In the third set PSU would fall behind early 10-4, but used great serving runs from Joey Farrell and Ib Almoaiqel along with a Mike Desino block to climb back and secure a 16-14 match victory propelling them to gold.
On the final day of Nationals, PSU started out taking on UCLA in the round of 16. A solid and typical California team was no match at the boys from Happy Valley took down the Bruins in straight sets thanks to big swings from Ib and Joey and spectacular defense. In the quarterfinals, they were matched up against the overall #1 seed Cal Poly. In what proved to be the toughest match-up of the season so far, Penn State played their best volleyball of the year. Ib and Joey provided huge swings from the pins. Desino and Erdman provided active and top notch passing and defense, and setter Dylan Hose played the game two steps ahead of  Cal Poly at every turn. After a close set 1 victory, PSU used a Joey Farrell serving run and block to pull out a come from behind victory to pull off the stunning upset and advance. University of Arizona was the next opponent in the National semi-final. Going up against a physical team, Penn State was able to dig into their ball control game in addition to a powerhouse offense and put away Arizona.
Finally, came the National Championship game to be played in Freedom Arena in front of a crowd of over 4,000. The match-up was Penn State vs the powerhouse club from Wisconsin Osh-Kosh. After so many championships, the crowd was riled up to finally see someone even compete with Osh-Kosh, and hopefully win. After Osh-Kosh used a mid-game run to capture the first set, Penn State started out hot in the second set. Joey Farrell was unstoppable from the pin hitting over .800 while Tim Erdman was playing lights out in the back row. Using their own middle of the game run, Penn State ran to a second set victory forcing a third and tie-breaking set to 15. Osh-Kosh jumped out to a 2 point lead early in the third before Penn State used a Dylan Hose run to switch sides up 8-6. After a few more Farrell kills, Osh-Kosh setter T! ravis Hudson went on his own serving run to bring the score to 14-13. After a defensive scramble on the last play of the game to keep the match alive, Osh-Kosh finally put the ball down to capture another National Championship. After a large and proud embrace from the entire PSU Club Volleyball Program, the men accepted the runner up medals and 5 All-American awards to go down as the most successful PSU Men’s Club Volleyball team in history.

Big Weekend at Nationals for Track & Field and XC Clubs!

The Penn State Track & Field and Cross Country Clubs teamed up and turned in historic finishes at the 2016 National Intercollegiate Running Club Association (NIRCA) Track & Field and Half Marathon Championships. The Men captured both the Track & Field and Half Marathon team national titles while the Women were national runner-ups in both events. Individual national champions were also brought back to Happy Valley in both events.


Women’s Track & Field Team Results:

  • University of Illinois: 168
  • Penn State University: 162
  • University of Michigan: 77
  • Ohio State University: 67
  • Indiana University: 52

Despite key injuries, the Penn State women almost rallied to a national championship.  The team scored in 16 of 17 events, including double –digit points in 9 of those 16 events.  Individual championships were secured by Erica Filipovits in the 100m hurdles, Emily Martone in the 800m run, the 4x400m relay comprised of Sarah Wolverton, Amy Bogan, Meghan Reynolds, and Emily Martone, as well as Vanessa Romulus in the high jump.  Other scorers included:

  • Noemie Noullet, 5000m: 4th place
  • Ariane Abadi, 5000m: 9th place
  • Meghan Reynolds, Kaitlyn Johnston, Rita Concannon, Noemie Noullet (4x800m Relay): 2nd place
  • Vanessa Romulus, 100m Hurdles: 5th place
  • Emily Randolph, 400m hurdles: 2nd place
  • Erica Filipovits, 400m hurdles: 6th place
  • Erica Voigt, 400m hurdles: 9th place
  • Rachel Cain, 100m: 6th place
  • Rita Concannon, 1500m: 5th place
  • Amy Bogan, 400m: 3rd place
  • Meghan Reynolds, 400m: 4th place
  • Alyssa Palfey, 400m: 9th place
  • Cassandra Lageman, Mary Patterson, Rachel Cain, Rachel Pitman (4x100m relay): 3rd place
  • Amy Bogan, 800m: 8th place
  • Noemie Noullet, 800m: 9th place
  • Rachel Cain, 200m: 7th place
  • Rachel Kirby, Shot Put: 3rd place
  • Amanda Logan, Shot Put: 6th place
  • Cassandra Lageman, Triple Jump: 2nd place
  • Erica Voigt, Triple Jump: 3rd place
  • Erica Filipovits, Triple Jump: 7th place
  • Mary Patterson, Triple Jump, 8th place
  • Erica Filipovits, Triple Jump: 3rd place
  • Mary Patterson, Long Jump: 5th place
  • Rachel Cain, Long Jump: 6th place
  • Erica Voigt, Long Jump: 9th place
  • Rachel Kirby, Discus: 4th place

Men’s Track & Field Team Results:

  • Penn State University: 120 (total team time)
  • University of Wisconsin: 91
  • University of Illinois :69
  • Iowa State University: 66
  • Indiana University: 61

Similar to the women’s team, the men scored in 12 of 17 events to bring home the national trophy.  This included double-digit points in 5 of those 12 events.  Individual champions were Colby Trauger in the 400m hurdles, the relay team of Ryan Kalkbrenner, Ali Dastagirzada, Colby Trauger, and Hunter Small in the 4x100m, as well as another relay team of Ali Dastagirzada, Colby Trauger, Richard Bardell, and Hunter Small in the 4x400m.  Additional scoring efforts consisted of:

  • John Lacy, 5000m: 3rd place
  • Mark Puleo, 5000m: 9th place
  • Doug Jordan, Bryan Moon, Jacob Derlink, and Daniel Williams (4x800m): 3rd place
  • Kyle Bennison, 400m hurdles: 2nd place
  • Richard Bardell, 400m hurdles: 4th place
  • Daniel Williams, 1500m: 6th place
  • Hunter Small, 400m: 2nd place
  • Ali Dastagirzada, 400m: 9th place
  • Doug Jordan, 800m: 5th place
  • Daniel Williams, 800m: 6th place
  • Matt Wertz, 800m: 7th place
  • Hunter Small, 200m: 2nd place
  • Colby Trauger, 200m: 4th place
  • John Lacy, 3000m SC: 2nd place
  • Garrett Skinner, Shot Put: 4th place
  • Colby Trauger, Long Jump: 2nd place


Women’s Half Marathon Team Results:

  • Clemson University: 4:25:59 (total team time)
  • Penn State University: 4:32:18
  • University of Michigan: 4:35:36

Penn State’s Katrina Helcoski, having placed 4th in 2015, took more than two minutes off her finish time from a year ago to take the individual crown in the 2016 NIRCA Half Marathon in 1:26:59, leading Penn State to a strong runner-up finish. Jenni Hendin placed 5th overall in 1:28:47 and teammate Alex Leandri crossed the line in 1:36:32 to round out the scoring.


Men’s Half Marathon Team Results:

  • Penn State University: 3:41:22
  • Army West Point: 3:43:03
  • Michigan State University: 3:51:41

Penn State garnered yet another individual national champion on their banner day at NIRCA Nationals when Dan Wilcko won the Half Marathon title in 1:12:44. Teammate Max Petrosky was the individual runner-up in 1:13:18 as the 1-2 finish propelled Penn State to their first-ever team title in the Half Marathon. Matt Beyerle completed the scoring with a time of 1:15:20. All three Nittany Lions are under-classmen.



FALL 2015 CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP: 1 National Title, 3 Runner-Ups

With one team national championship and three team runner-up finishes, the Fall 2015 Semester was a very successful one for Penn State Club Sports.

The Penn State Cross Country Club had won three women’s national titles since 2006 not none in the last five years coming into this season. On November 14th in Lexington, Kentucky that all changed. With four runners garnering “NIRCA All-American status” and all five scorers in the top 35 of the 300 runner meet the Nittany Lions scored 121 points to win the title. Regional rival University of Virginia was second with 155 points and last year’s champions from the University of Michigan were third with 163. 37 complete teams competed at NIRCA Nationals.

Individually, Jeni Hendin placed 15th, running 23:19 on the challenging 6k course. Kaitlyn Spangler was 23rd (23:19), Noemi Noullet was 26th (23:28), Shannon Wagner was 30th (23:35) and Ariane Abadi was 35th (23:41).

PSU Club XC also captured the NIRCA women’s Mid Atlantic Regional this fall, easily defeating Penn, Georgetown and Virginia to win the meet for the third consecutive year.

The Penn State men had never finished better than third at NIRCA Nationals, and that came in 2013. After finishing fourth at the Mid Atlantic Regional a few weeks prior, they were far from favored to place in the top three at Nationals. But running their best overall race of the season, they averaged 26:07 over the 8k course and came within 19 points of winning the national title, placing second to UC Davis 106-125. Two-time champion Indiana University was third with 149 points. 50 complete teams competed.

Similar to the women, it was excellent grouping that helped the Nittany Lions to their historic finish as four runners earned All-American status. John Lacey was the highest finisher, placing 12th overall in 25:43. Senior Tim Appman was the next Penn State runner to cross the line in 20th (26:02), followed by Max Petrosky (26:11) in 26th, Mark Puleo (26:13) in 27th and club president Doug Jordan (26:26) in 42nd .

Receiving an automatic bid by winning the Region 1 tournament, the Penn State Men’s Soccer Club brought a refuse-to-lose attitude to Phoenix, Arizona and the 2015 NIRSA NCS National Championship tournament.

The Nittany Lions went 1-0-1 in the pool play round of Nationals, tying UCLA 0-0 and beating Cincinnati 3-2 behind two goals from Jake Garrigan. Winning their pool with 4 points, PSU advanced to single-elimination bracket play in Phoenix.

In three consecutive one goal games, PSU Club Soccer came out on top in each, beating Cornell 1-0, Texas A&M 1-0, and Weber State 2-1 to advance to the national championship for the first time in 15 years. Mike Wilke, Derk Simpson, Drew Peterson, and Shane Kronick all contributed to the scoring effort leading up to the title game. Penn State would ultimately fall to the University of North Carolina 2-0 in the final.

The Penn State Field Hockey Club, winners of three national titles in the past four years, entered the 2015 NFHL National Championship tournament in Virginia Beach, VA as the top seed and made quick work of their opponents in pool play. The Nittany Lions defeated Maryland 7-0, Navy 5-0, and Drexel 6-1 to advance to the national quarter-finals.

In the quarters, Penn State and in-state rival Pittsburgh went toe-to-toe through regulation (1-1) before needing a penalty shoot-out to decide it in favor of the Nittany Lions. A win over Delaware in the semis put PSUFHC in their title match against the defending champs North Carolina. In a nail-biter, UNC would win the championship by a 1-0 score.

In addition to Men’s Soccer Club and Women’s Cross Country Club, the Penn State Men’s Water Polo Club and the Women’s Soccer Club also captured regional titles this fall and had strong showing at Nationals.

Women’s Soccer was a perfect 5-0 at the NIRSA Region 1 Championship tournament defeating John’s Hopkins (3-0), Towson (5-0), TCNJ (6-0), Northeastern (3-0), and Pittsburgh (2-2, 8-7 PK’s). At Nationals in Phoenix, PSU went 1-1-1, defeating Arizona 2-0 and tying Colorado State 1-1 in pool play before falling to Cal Poly 3-1 in the round of 16.

Men’s Water Polo rolled through the CWPA Mid Atlantic Regional tournament with wins over their B team 20-4 and Drexel 20-6 to reach the championship. In the title match PSU dominated Villanova 24-7 to advance to Nationals in Santa Cruz, CA. At Nationals the Nittany Lions lost a close match to Long Beach State 13-12 before defeating host UC Santa Cruz 16-13 and Maryland 12-5. In the ninth place match, PSU Club Polo fell to Colorado 8-3.


Club Sports Event Recap

Penn State’s Club Sports have been extremely active these past 2 weekends, traveling to 41 competitions and hosting 16 tournaments.  Those competitions ranged from Invitationals to National Championships, and our clubs were extremely successful.  Below are some recaps of the top performances from the past 2 weekends


Top Highlights

Outing had the ACA National Championships in Roanoke, Virginia, on October 17-18 and to say they were successful would be an understatement, as neither Men or Women placed last year.  The Women were unable to keep Warren Wilson College from back-to-back championships, but did a fantastic job nontheless and achieved 2nd a place finish.  The Men’s team prevented Warren Wilson College from achieving the three-peat as they came out on top and claimed Penn State’s first ACA National Championship.  Congrats to Outing for their results and keep up the good work!

Cross Country attended the NIRCA Mid-Atlantic Regionals this past weekend in Princeton, New Jersey and placed 5 runners in the top 10 of the Men’s and Women’s races.  The Men’s team placed  4th overall and were led by Mark Puleo, who finished 8th.  For the Women’s team, Katrina Helcoski (5th), Jeni Hedin (7th), Adriana Abadi (8th) and Kaitlyn Spangler (9th) combined to give the Women 1st place overall for the 3rd consecutive year!  Nice work and keep running hard!

Men’s Soccer visited The First State over the weekend to compete at Regionals in Kirkwood.  The Men breezed through pool play, going undefeated and scoring 11 goals and only allowing 4, then had a tough semi-final match against Brown that ended with a 1-0 victory.  In the finals they took on the boys from Harvard, but took it to the Crimson, winning 1-0, to claim the Region 1 Championship and earn a bid to the NIRSA National Soccer Championships in Phoenix, Arizona in late November.  Good work and make us proud next month!

Women’s Soccer also took the trek to Delaware to compete at Regionals in Kirkwood.  They matched the Men’s team by also scoring 14 goals during pool play, but shut out all three of their opponents to stroll into the next round.  They continued their scoring prowess and lock-down defense by winning 3-0 to advance to the finals where they met stiff competition from rivals Pitt, who scored the first goals against the lady lions in the tournament, leading to a tie at the end of regulation, 2-2, where it took penalty kicks to determine Penn State the Region 1 victors (8-7).  They will be joining the Men’s team in Phoenix, Arizona next month at the NIRSA National Soccer Championships.  Great job and good luck next month!

Men’s Water Polo went undefeated during the regular season which led to a #1 seed at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship in Villanova.  The “A” team began their pool play with a bye while the “B” team was looking for a spot in the rankings.  An opening round victory by the “B” team led to a matchup with the “A” team.  Following a defeat at the hands of the “A” team, the “B” team moved on eventually defeated West Chester for 7th place to end their season on a positive note.  After the “A” team defeated the “B” team, they advanced to the semi-finals where they dispatched Drexel with ease and advanced to the Championship and faced Villanova, who was also easily defeated, 24-7, which lead to an undefeated season and another Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship under their belt.  With the championship, Penn State advances to the National Collegiate Club Championships in Santa Cruz, California, in mid-November.  Good luck and bring us home another trophy!


October 17-18

Traveling Clubs

Women’s Basketball, undefeated on the season in league play, traveled to Philadelphia for the UPenn Tournament and kept their record unblemished by winning the tournament.

Bass Fishing traveled north to Ticonderoga, New York, for the Collegiate Cup Championship and finished 7th overall, which qualified them for Nationals later this year in May.

Fencing attended the Swarthmore SAC Invitational and had an extremely successful weekend.  The Men’s Saber and Foil both finished 1st and the Women’s Foil finished in the top 3.

Powerlifting went to Scranton in hopes of starting up a new season of The Office but instead settled for a couple of top 5 finishes.  Sarah Cruz podiumed, placing 2nd in the Junior Division while Marisa Lang took home 5th in the Collegiate Division

Swim took a trip “south” to the University of Maryland for their Invitational and had an extremely successful weekend as both Men’s and Women’s took home 1st place for the weekend.

Taekwondo made a quick stop in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the MIT Tournament and left after placing 3rd overall, which included 2 bronze medalists and 1 silver.

Tennis had sectionals in West Windsor, New Jersey, and won the whole tournament without breaking a sweat!

Home Competitions

Baseball’s D2 team, Field Hockey, and Softball all went 3-0 on the weekend.

Cross Country hosted their annual Nittany Lion Invitational at the Blue and White golf Course and ran away with first place in both Men’s and Women’s; despite a combination of rain, sleet, and sunshine during the meet.

Women’s Volleyball also hosted their annual Happy Volley Tournament at the Intramural Building and crushed their competition.  Penn State Blue won 10/10 sets while Penn State White won 6/10 sets.


October 24-25

Traveling Clubs

Disc Golf headed west to Wexford for the Western PA College Championships and came away with a 2nd place finish on the weekend.

Fencing traveled to Indiana, Pennsylvania, for the IUP Halloween Spooktacular and dominated in the epee event.  Jeffrey Borck (1st), Abdullah Khan (3rd), James O’Connor (5th), and Lawrence Flood (6th) gave Penn State 4 of the top 6 places.

Field Hockey competed in the Lehigh Tournament in Broomall, PA, where they went 2-0 and became eligible to attend Nationals.

Men’s Lacrosse participated in the Kelsey Klassic Charity Tournament where they came away undefeated as they continue on their quest to make it back to the National Championship.

Women’s Ultimate Frisbee went down to the University of Maryland participate in the Dazed and Cornfused Tournament but remained Focused and Composed as they ended the tournament with a 5-1 record and placed 2nd.

Home Competitions

Women’s Basketball hosted a small tournament and the “B” team finished 4-1 with their only defeat coming to Delaware, who lost to the undefeated “A” team in the championship game, 37-29.  The Women’s Basketball Club remains undefeated on the year.

Men’s Ice Hockey defeated RMU and PSU Altoona by a combined score of 15-4 while playing the night-cap at Pegula.

Quidditch hosted their Nittany Invitational and went 4-2 on their way to a 2nd place finish while defeating Pitt 170-50 and Villanova 190-30 along the way.

Softball continued their dominance this season as they defeated Rowan in all three of their games this weekend.


Regional Champs

Club Sports Athlete-Only Weight Room Hours

The Club Sports Program, in partnership with Penn State Fitness, provides “Club Sport Athlete Only Lifting Hours” in the Intramural Building Weight Room each week during fall and spring semester.

The (old) IM Weight Room is located downstairs in the IM Building. Club Sports hours for Spring 2016 semester are as follows:
Sundays 7pm-9pm
Tuesdays 7pm-9pm
Thursdays 7pm-9pm

To gain free access for your club members during this time, a club officer must email a list of names to Club Sports Program staff member Donna Basalla (dms1@psu.edu).

NOTE: Please only send the names of club members who have approved participation agreements/waivers on file with the Club Sports Office. Club officers can check their approved roster at any time online under the Officer Log In section of our website. Do NOT copy and paste your entire roster into an email. We are happy to allow access to anyone in your club who will utilize this service but with over 5,000 participants in club sport organizations, we want to only create lists of members who have expressed interest to you. Each member will be asked to show an ID to enter the room.

Club Sport members do not need to purchase a fitness pass in order to use the IM Weight Room during Club Sport lifting hours but will not have access any other days/times or access to other weight room facilities on campus. Only student members of clubs will be added to the Weight Room List.

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