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Penn State Lehigh Valley athletics week in review, Oct. 16

Golf, volleyball and soccer updates for the week of Oct. 16.
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SteelStacks Hosting Outdoor Viewing Party

The free Outdoor Viewing Party on Saturday, Oct. 28, presented by Penn State Lehigh Valley and ArtsQuest, starts at 3 p.m. and includes the big game shown live on the Levitt Pavilion’s large outdoor television screen.

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PSU-LV Athletic Open House

Prospective student athletes posed after the first-ever Penn State Lehigh Valley Athletics Open House held on campus on October 9. Prospective students and their families learned more about campus athletic programs as well as the admissions and financial aid process.

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PSU-LV Homecoming Pep Rally

A Pep Rally celebrating all of the PSU-LV athletic programs was held in Centre Hall on Sept. 21.

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PSU-LV Ebony Sanders player of the week

Ebony Sanders was named PSUAC Player of the week last week. The sophomore student plays volleyball and basketball.

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PSU-LV's Brian Zinman PSUAC Golfer of the Week

Congratulations to Brian Zinman, Penn State Lehigh Valley golfer, for being named Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) Golfer of the Week last week. Zinman scored 73 in the PSUAC conference match at University Park earlier this month. He medaled and helped his team place second.

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Athletics open house for interested student-athletes

High school and transfer student-athletes invited to come learn more about Penn State Lehigh Valley's athletic programs on Oct. 9.
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PSU-LV Athletics Open House

Penn State Lehigh Valley student-athletes gathered near the Lion Shrine after the 2017 Athletics Awards Luncheon held on April 10 on campus.

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Newest Cycling Club member pedals in face of challenges

Student Kenneth Keitt is paralyzed from the waist down and uses a hand cycle -- and is the newest member of the Penn State Lehigh Valley Cycling club.

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