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Marshall leaves Penn State to play overseas

Jermaine Marshall (courtesy Penn State)

Penn State will have to replace its best basketball player one year earlier than was expected.

Jermaine Marshall, the team’s second-leading scorer (15.3 ppg) says that he has decided to forego his senior season to pursue a professional basketball career overseas.

Here are the highlights from his junior season:

2012-13 • JUNIOR
Marshall established himself as a team leader and reliable scorer in his junior season as he finished second on the team in scoring (15.3) and teamed with D.J. Newbill to form the second highest scoring tandem in the Big Ten posting 32.6 ppg in Big Ten games…earned honorable-mention All-Big Ten honors…ranked fifth in the conference in Big Ten games posting 16.2 ppg and led Penn State for the second straight year making a career-best 59 to rank 13th in the Big Ten (1.9 per game) while shooting a career best 33.9 percent from the arc…led the team (45) and was seventh in the Big Ten in steals (1.5), first on the team in deflections (104) and second in assists (2.6 apg)…posted five 20-point games on the year and led the Lions in scoring 14 times, including in both Big Ten wins…strong down the stretch posting 17.6 ppg and shooting 46.2 percent (12-26) from three over the final eight games, scoring 20 or more points in three…scored a career high 29 points and added 10 rebounds for his first career double-double in a loss to Michigan State (1/16)…logged 14 points and a career high 10 assists for a double-double vs. Iowa (2/14)…led Penn State with 25 points, 19 in the second half, while hitting a career high 6-of-10 from three in an 84-78 upset of No. 4 Michigan (2/27)…Led the Lions with 18 points and had five boards and three assists in a road win at Northwestern (3/7)…scored 23 points in a 63-60 loss to No. 22 Wisconsin (3/10)…Led PSU with 20 points on 4-of-8 from three at Illinois (2/21)…led PSU with 17 points and had seven boards in a loss at No. 4 Michigan (2/17)…led the Lions with 25 points vs. Boston College (11/28)…led the team with 17 points, 15 in the second half, in a come-from-behind win over Bucknell (11/23).

 

 

 

Junior year stats courtesy of Penn State University

Indiana selected to win Big Ten Men’s Basketball championship; OSU picked 3rd

 

(courtesy Indiana athletics)

The Indiana Hoosiers have been chosen as the top team in the Big Ten and their star, Cody Zeller was picked as the Preseason Player of the Year in a vote by conference media.

Michigan and Ohio State were picked to finish second and third respectively.

The Hoosiers return all five starters from the team that went 27-9 and reached the Sweet 16.

The 6-foot-11 Zeller, who averaged 15.6 points and 6.6 rebounds as a freshman last season is the key player in the Hoosiers success. He was a unanimous pick for the preseason All-Big Ten team with Trey Burke of Michigan, Aaron Craft and Deshaun Thomas of Ohio State and Penn State’s Tim Frazier.

Bowl-banned Ohio State, Penn State can still win Leaders Division title

 

(courtesy of Big Ten Conference)

The Big Ten Conference has confirmed that even though both Ohio State and Penn State banned from playing in the Big Ten Championship Game and bowl games due to NCAA sanctions, both are still eligible to compete for the Leaders Division title and receive a trophy for the 2012 season.

Buckley becomes first Penn State football player to transfer; heads to NC State

 

Tim Buckley, a backup safety is the first Penn State football player to transfer out in the wake of the NCAA sanctions against the once-proud university.

Buckley, a former walk-on, redshirted in 2011 with the Nittany Lions. He’ll have four years of eligibility left.

Tim Buckley (courtesy of Penn State athletics)

North Carolina State, the school where Buckley headed to, said in a press release that the North Carolina native would participate in the team’s football practices today, Tuesday, July 31.

 

Info compiled from North Carolina State, Radio & TV news

OSU wrestler Stieber wins Big 10 title

 

Logan Stieber (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Top-seeded Logan Stieber of Ohio State won the 133-pound weight class at the Big Ten wrestling championships on Sunday at West Lafayette, Indiana and Purdue University.

He outlasted Tony Ramos of Iowa 5-2.

Stieber is a redshirt freshman from Monroeville, Ohio High School.

Ohio State finished fifth in the team standings with 91 points.

Penn State with 149 was first followed by Minnesota with 134.

 

Info compiled from OSU athletics & Big 10 Conference news

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