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Details Released For Code Blue Rewards Program

We broke the story a few weeks ago about Code Blue, a new athletics rewards program for Penn State students. Yesterday, additional details were released on GoPSUsports.com’s Student Central.

A Code Blue point will be offered at every home game for the following varsity sports: Baseball, M/W Basketball, Field Hockey, M/W Gymnastics, M/W Lacrosse, M/W Soccer, Softball, M/W Volleyball, and Wrestling. A point will also be offered for “selected post-season events” for these sports.

Other varsity sports will offer one event during their respective seasons worth three Code Blue points. Those sports, all of which have men’s and women’s teams, are Cross Country, Fencing, Golf, Swimming and Diving, Track and Field, and Tennis.

In addition to sporting events, “Wild Card” events will also give students a chance to earn Code Blue points. Wild Cards events, according to Student Central, “may include Homecoming events, Tip-off at Tailgreat, (and) Paternoville (1 point per campout).”

As for rewards, here’s what Code Blue will have to offer so far:

T-shirts, water bottles, drawstring back packs, hats, a FREE Student Nittany Lion Club membership, Student Nittany Lion Club points, Penn State Exclusive Athletic experiences such as a shoot-around in the Bryce Jordan Center, a field goal kick on the field in Beaver Stadium or batting practice at Medlar Field- even the possibility of FREE Penn State Football Tickets!

Any student at Penn State-University Park is eligible, and all it requires is scanning your student ID at these events.

Additional details will be announced as the fall semester gets closer.

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John Tecce

John is a senior in the Smeal College of Business majoring in Marketing. He currently serves as the President of the Paternoville Coordination Committee and as a THON Chair for Nittany Nation. He tweets a lot.

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