New-look enhances fan features, adds game-worn store

August 20, 2015

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Nittany Lion fans will enjoy a new look and additional features when they visit the official online home of Penn State Athletics,

Responsive design is just one of the new features fans will enjoy when they come to the redesigned Responsive design will ensure optimal viewing and interaction across a wide range of devices and screen sizes, providing Penn State fans an unparalleled experience whether at home, at work or on-the-go.

Starting this fall, Nittany Lion fans will also enjoy free audio and video streaming via GoPSUnow, Penn State’s official audio and video platform. Audio broadcasts of Penn State’s football games, voiced by Steve Jones and Jack Ham, will be available free of charge. Home and away men’s and women’s basketball games, wrestling matches and men’s hockey games will also be aired live via GoPSUnow. Head Coach James Franklin’s weekly press conference and the Penn State Coaches Show Presented by Pepsi are among the broadcasts that will be free of charge. Several live video events will also be part of the complimentary streaming.

Penn Staters looking for that perfect, authentic gift can check out the Game-Worn store, now open on Fans can find authentic game-worn and team-issued merchandise at a fixed price while other unique memorabilia, game-worn and game-used equipment will still be available via Penn State’s popular online auctions.

In addition to the new features of, fans can continue to enjoy their traditional favorites, including the Football and All-Sports blogs, team rosters, player profiles and schedules. Fans looking to sport the latest and greatest styles can also visit the Official Online Store of Penn State Athletics, is produced in conjunction with CBS Interactive, official online partner of Penn State Athletics.

While athletic competition ramps up over the next few weeks, Nittany Lion fans will notice other progressive changes to their website experience as continues to look for ways to bring fans closer to the action, no matter how far away they are.

Last Updated August 20, 2015