Big Ten makes Penn State’s Sturtz sit for one game after interference major penalty

The Big Ten announced Monday that Penn State freshman forward Andrew Sturtz has been suspended for one game as a result of an incident that occurred in a game against Michigan on Jan. 30.

The action was taken by the conference after a review of an incident that occurred near the 17:46 mark of the third period and resulted in the player receiving a major penalty for interference.

Sturtz is ineligible to play in Penn State’s next game on Feb. 5 against Minnesota.