Beaver Stadium

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Beaver Stadium
Location University Park, Pennsylvania
Opened September 17, 1960
Other Names n/a
Tenants Penn State Nittany Lions (1960-present)

Beaver Stadium is an outdoor college football stadium in the eastern United States, located on the campus of Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania. It has been home to the Penn State Nittany Lions of the Big Ten Conference since 1960, though some parts of the stadium date back to 1909. The stadium, as well as its predecessors, is named after James A. Beaver (1837-1914), a governor of Pennsylvania (1887-91), president of the university's board of trustees, and native of nearby Millerstown.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football September 12, 1987 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Program
November 13, 1993 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Illinois Fighting Illini Program
October 12, 1996 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Purdue Boilermakers Program
October 17, 1998 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Purdue Boilermakers Program
October 9, 2004 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Purdue Boilermakers Program
October 29, 2005 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Purdue Boilermakers Program
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Big Ten Conference
East Division Indiana Hoosiers • Maryland Terrapins • Michigan Wolverines • Michigan State Spartans • Ohio State Buckeyes • Penn State Nittany Lions • Rutgers Scarlet Knights
West Division Illinois Fighting Illini • Iowa Hawkeyes • Minnesota Golden Gophers • Nebraska Cornhuskers • Northwestern Wildcats • Purdue Boilermakers • Wisconsin Badgers
Basketball Venues Breslin Student Events Center • Crisler Center • Mackey Arena • Welsh-Ryan Arena • Williams Arena
Football Venues Beaver Stadium • Michigan Stadium • Ohio Stadium • Ross-Ade Stadium • Ryan Field • SHI Stadium