UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – No. 16 Penn State Women’s Volleyball hosts No. 1 Nebraska in what is expected to be a sellout crowd at Rec Hall on Friday at 8:30 p.m. The match will air live on B1G Network. The Nittany Lions then make the trip to West Lafayette, Indiana to take on No. 19 Purdue on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 3
8:30 p.m. | #1 Nebraska (21-0, 12-0 B1G) at #16 Penn State (15-6, 12-3 B1G) | Live Stats | B1G Network
Discounted prepaid parking for both women’s volleyball and men’s soccer is available at https://psu.parkmobile.io through midnight Thursday night. Penn State University Park parking permits are valid for volleyball parking at the Nittany and West decks, and at Stadium West for soccer. For fans without a valid permit or prepayment, day-of-event parking will be $10 for each event. Shuttle service is complimentary to/from both locations.
For more information on event parking or shuttle service, email Penn State Transportation Services at email@example.com or call 814-865-1436.
Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics and Penn State Transportation Services have partnered to provide complimentary shuttle service to and from the West Parking Deck. In addition to the West Deck to Rec Hall shuttle, a separate shuttle will stop near Jeffrey Field (at the west side bleacher entrance) to provide transportation to Rec Hall for fans who wish to attend the women’s volleyball match following the conclusion of the men’s soccer Big Ten Quarterfinal match vs. Rutgers that begins at 6 p.m. at Jeffrey Field. Using the shuttle will allow fans attending both events to pay just one event parking fee. Fans will return via shuttle to this corner of the Stadium West parking lot at the conclusion of the women’s volleyball match.
CLEAR BAG POLICY
• Penn State is 633-138-1 all-time against current members of the Big Ten. The team’s record in actual Big Ten regular season play is 548-98.
• The Nittany Lions are 329-36 all-time at Rec Hall against current members of the Big Ten.
• Penn State has won 17 Big Ten titles. Wisconsin has the second most Big Ten championships with nine.
• The Nittany Lions’ 94 All-Big Ten selections are the most of any team in the conference….