Post by nittanyfan55 on Dec 4, 2022 9:14:59 GMT -5
A great win by our Nittany Lions last night! You could tell there were some nerves last night, and the crowd wasn’t the biggest it has been. I still think the key to this team is getting the middles involved, especially the slide. If Maddie, Cassie and Dimes Grimes can continue to pass we will have a chance.
I feel like it will be a different story once we go to Wisconsin, but regardless I still think it’s a great 1st season for KSC.
I’m curious on who they will be bringing in from the transfer portal to help sustain the sweet 16 level and hopefully push us to the final 4 next year. Anyone want to share a ride to Madison from State College? Lol!
How do you get tickets for the PSU/Wisconsin game? Gotta see this 3rd time!!!
Tickets are unfortunately sold out! I heard tickets were gone within 5 minutes - some are saying within 3 minutes.
Most tickets were claimed during a season ticket holder pre-sale in mid November. When tickets were opened to the general public on Monday morning, there were maybe a few dozen reserved seats still available; no way to tell how many/few general admission were available. Yes, those reserved seats were gone in a matter of a few minutes, but that isn't all that remarkable. General admission in maybe a half-hour? Again, couldn't tell how many were there to start with.
Last Edit: Dec 7, 2022 9:52:47 GMT -5 by robtearle
Who would have thought that KSC in her 1st year would get just as far in the NCAA Tournament as John Cook, Hugh McCutcheon, and Mary Wise?
Jokes aside, wonderful job to Coaches Katie, Brian, Dan and this year's players. For a team that many said would fall out of the rankings, finish bottom third in B1G standings, and miss out on the NCAA Tournament.... The team stayed ranked the entire season, finished top third in B1G standings, and went to the Sweet Sixteen. All with a new starting lineup since KSC didn't inherit last year's roster.
Against many odds, KSC's 1st year will be remembered as one of the more exciting seasons in recent years... not because this year's team was dominant, since they usually weren't... but because compared to recent years, Penn State has once again found how to be gritty and resilient.