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Men’s Soccer To Host Four-On-Four Tournament To Benefit THON

Penn State men’s soccer will host its first four-on-four soccer tournament benefiting THON starting at 1 p.m. Sunday, Februrary 11 in Holuba Hall.

The tournament is open to Penn State students only and requires teams of four to six people. Small nets will be used, cleats are not required, and teams are not permitted to play with goalkeepers. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team.

The fee is $5 per player paid in cash at the door or deposited in the team’s THON donor drive. Players must bring their student IDs and sign a waiver in order to check in.

Teams can register for the tournament here. As always, all donations to the event will go to THON, #FTK.

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Lydia is currently a freshman studying Broadcast Journalism hoping to double minor in Psychology and Theatre. She is from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina also known as "the place where it is always warm and sunny." She is a huge sports addict and most definitely trusts the process. She also loves pasta. Send her complaints or criticism at [email protected]

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