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Women’s Basketball Battles No. 17 Maryland On Sunday

Women’s Basketball Battles No. 17 Maryland On Sunday

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State women’s basketball team faces No. 17 Maryland on Sunday for a Big Ten matchup at the Bryce Jordan Center. Tipoff is set for 2 p.m. on B1G+.

The Lady Lions, led by head coach Carolyn Kieger, are 9-10 overall and 3-6 in Big Ten play this season.



All Penn State Athletics non-football events will require a valid permit or payment of the applicable parking fee for campus lots. Complimentary parking will no longer be issued for season ticket holders.
Fans with valid Penn State University Park parking permits will be permitted to park at non-football athletics events for free, following Transportation Services parking policies and access.
Fans without a permit are encouraged to prepay for event parking at a discounted rate through ParkMobile – Prepayment is available through 11:59 p.m. the day prior to each event. Season packages will be available for general parking for most sports, and information on VIP parking options available for select events will be released later.
Please visit the 2021-22 Women’s Basketball Parking page for additional information.
Non-football event parking is managed by Penn State Transportation Services. For more information on parking for this event, please email or call 814-865-1436. 


  • Penn State fans are encouraged to wear white.
  • The Lady Lions will be welcoming back alumni, who will be recognized at halftime.
  • Penn State will also celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day ahead of the holiday on February 2.


  • Penn State hosts No. 17 Maryland on Sunday for a Big Ten matchup.
  • The Lady Lions trail 19-14 in the all-time series.
  • Maryland is Penn State’s first repeat opponent of the 2021-22 campaign. PSU fell 106-78 at   Maryland on January 6.
  • The Lady Lions dropped a 79-58 decision against Michigan State on Thursday.
  • Makenna Marisa led three in double figures with 19 points.
  • Ali Brigham contributed 11 points, while Leilani Kapinus had 10 points and seven rebounds.
  • Marisa ranks eighth in the country with a 22.2 scoring average.
  • The junior are also averaging 22.8 points in conference games, ranking third in the Big Ten.
  • Kapinus has scored in double figures in…

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