Linebacker C.J. Onyechi is setting a lofty goal for himself going into the 2019 season. They key to this goal? Energy, according to Onyechi.
On a stormy opening night, Amirah Ali delivered just as she did so many times last season. Can she and the Knights keep it up in 2019?
Cornerback Avery Young started 11 games last season and will be looked on as an experienced leader in a defensive back position that lost four student athletes.
With the Knights' first kickoff a little over a month to go, Chris Ash and several players met with the press at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago to address the state of the program and their expectations for the upcoming season.
The Knights lost 18-6 to the Nittany Lions, ending their NCAA Tournament berth and Big Ten Tournament title hopes.
Gotterup tied for fourth place at the Big Ten Championships last weekend in Philadelphia.
Mooers has impressed as a discus thrower this season. He finished in third place at the Penn Relays from April 25-27.
The Knight took down the Blackbirds 7-5 in their last non-conference game of the season,
The Scarlet Knights gear up to take on the Nittany Lions at HighPoint.com Stadium, the first time they are hosting neutral site teams since 2002.
Some Knights that could compete at the conference championships include Izaiah Brown, discus thrower John Mooers, Oniesha Clarke and Jenna Sobieski.
The Knights' journey to a Big Ten title starts tomorrow.
While finishing in fourth place, the sprint medley team of Iyanla Kollock, Ajae Alvarez-Tyler, Reanda Richard Jenna Sobiesk ran for a time of 3:53.42, breaking the program's record in the event.
Austin selected by the New York Jets while Hampton was picked by the New Orleans Saints.
The Knights will have an opportunity for redemption against the Nittany Lions in the Big Ten Tournament's first round, on Thursday.