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Penn State women's basketball showing 'resilience' after coronavirus pause


Like many other teams across the country, Penn State was forced to halt play due to coronavirus issues in the program.


Penn State’s last game before its break came in a road win against Duquesne back on Dec. 18 and finally came to an end when the blue and white traveled to take on then-No.


Their matchup against the Terrapins ended in a 106-78 defeat and a few days later, in their first home game in over a month, the Lady Lions lost 74-57 against No.


Marisa emphasized what Kieger stated, as these are issues several other teams have dealt with and the program is doing the best they can to bounce back from it.


One positive the Lady Lions can focus on heading forward is they’ve ended games out strong.


Despite the start of games not going the way the Lady Lions want, there are still positives that could give fans hope headed into Penn State’s next matchup, as it hosts Illinois at the Bryce Jordan Center on Sunday.






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