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Support Penn State Athletics FTK This Weekend

This weekend, you’ll have two chances to get out and see your favorite Penn State teams in action, and help support THON in the process.

Tomorrow at 3:30pm (following the “THON Skate”), the Penn State Icers play host to Rhode Island, with some of the proceeds from ticket sales going to THON. You can get all the details about the game right here.

Then Sunday at 4pm, the Penn State men’s basketball team hosts Minnesota on THON Hoops Day at the Bryce Jordan Center. Numerous Four Diamond families will be in attendance for the game, and all proceeds from student ticket sales will go to THON, according to the Facebook event. If that’s not enough incentive, all fans at the BJC will also receive a Penn State basketball snowglobe (while supplies last) as Penn State looks to take down a Minnesota squad that upset Indiana last night.

Also home this weekend are Men’s and Women’s Swimming, Track, and Men’s Gymnastics. For more on their matchups, check out GoPSUsports.com.

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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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