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Nine Assistants Set To Join Franklin During Caravan Tour

Penn State fans are already set to meet James Franklin and several other head coaches across Penn State athletics, but now they’ll have a chance to hear from all of Franklin’s assistants. In total, Franklin will be joined by nine head coaches and nine assistant coaches by the end of Penn State’s upcoming Coaches Caravan in May.

The nine head coaches scheduled to join Franklin during the Penn State Coaches Caravan include: Guy Gadowsky (men’s hockey), Amanda Lehotak (softball), Char Morett (field hockey), Mark Pavlik (men’s volleyball), Russ Rose (women’s volleyball), Cael Sanderson (wrestling), Erica Walsh (women’s soccer), Bob Warming (men’s soccer) and Coquese Washington (Lady Lion basketball).

The nine assistants to join Franklin on the tour will be at the following stops of the caravan.

Assistant Football Coaches attending Penn State Coaches Caravan events (subject to change)

May 1 – State College (Josh Gattis, Charles Huff, Brent Pry, Bob Shoop)

May 6 – Hershey (Brent Pry)

May 7 – Washington, D.C. (Charles Huff)

May 8 – Pittsburgh (Bob Shoop, Terry Smith)

May 14 – Scranton (Ricky Rahne)

May 15 – New York City (Herb Hand)

May 20 – Wilkes-Barre (John Donovan, Ricky Rahne)

May 21 – Lehigh Valley (Sean Spencer)

May 22 – Erie, The Behrend College (Herb Hand)

Penn State Coaches Caravan registration is underway for the general public Advance registration is required for all events on the Penn State Coaches Caravan, which is jointly sponsored by the Penn State Alumni Association and the Nittany Lion Club.

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