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Penn State Baseball Game Benefits THON

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Next February may seem far off to most, but for Penn State students efforts are already being made to raise money and collect donations for THON 2014. The Penn State baseball team is no exception.

Penn State will host the Iowa Hawkeyes on Sunday, April 21st at 12:05 p.m. at Medlar Field, with a portion of student ticket sales going towards next year’s THON efforts. One dollar of every student ticket sold will be donated. Student tickets are two dollars at the gate and online. Fans can purchase tickets with a Penn State Student ID.

Nothing goes together quite like a warm spring day and a ballpark dog, so come out to the game on Sunday to support Penn State baseball and THON!

For more information check out the event’s Facebook Page, or contact the Family Relations Director, Dylan Miller, at [email protected].

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