Student Athletes Tweet Support For THON
A grand total of ten student-athletes are dancing in this year’s THON, representing six different varsity sports.
Natalie Buttinger (field hockey), Maggie Harding (women’s volleyball), Christian Kaschak (men’s soccer) and Erin Kehoe (women’s soccer) will be on the floor for the 46, along with Lionettes’ Nicole Williams and Elise Potter and Penn State Cheer squad members Eugene Bodden, Kali Fleckenstein, Carrie Tedesco and Ally Zimmerman.
While only a select few were slated to participate in this weekend festivities, many student-athletes took to Twitter to voice their support for THON, Penn State, and offer their teammates words of encouragement.
Here’s what some Nittany Lions had to say.
— Adam Breneman (@AdamBreneman81) February 23, 2014
Make a wish and thon today! Great day
— zach zwinak (@zzwinak) February 22, 2014
— Geno Lewis (@GENOALLDAY7) February 22, 2014
— Donovan Smith (@DSmith_76) February 21, 2014
THON !!!!!!! 2014 https://t.co/kLXIUtNvLi
— B.Bell (@Thee1NonlyBBELL) February 23, 2014
— Herb Hand (@CoachHand) February 22, 2014
— Dave Thompson (@DaveChompson) February 21, 2014
— Luke Juha (@lukejuha04) February 22, 2014
— jonathan milley (@Jonathan_Milley) February 23, 2014
Last night we caught up with #PSUVB THON dancer @Magaggalicious! Check out what she’s up to! http://t.co/cCOeSsQXqQ pic.twitter.com/AyjQmkAT8W — PennStateVolleyball (@PennStateVBALL) February 22, 2014
— Patrick Chambers (@Coach_Chambers) February 23, 2014
Great time at thon student-athlete hour. Great group of Four Diamonds families and dancers. http://t.co/8XGOAUScu1
— Lady Lion Basketball (@PennStateWBB) February 22, 2014
— Maggie Lucas (@MaggieLucas33) February 22, 2014
When it gets tough, you have to realize that it’s all for the kids! Stay strong dancers and THON families!!
— Christian Kaschak (@ckaschak7) February 22, 2014
— Bob Warming (@BobWarming) February 22, 2014
Your ad blocker is on.
Please choose an option below.
Purchase a Subscription!
About the Author
The Penn State Thespians are bringing “Young Frankenstein” to Schwab Auditorium for a spooky and comical set of shows.
Remember: Penn State’s made of sunshine, rainbows, football, and good grades.
Send this to a friend