PSU news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

More

Trace McSorley Gets Engaged To Longtime Girlfriend Kasey Morano

Former Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley is one of the most accomplished quarterbacks to ever play for the Nittany Lions. But now, he’s putting another thing on his already-impressive resume: a ring on it!

McSorley is now engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Kasey Morano, according to Penn State football’s social media channels.

Morano, who hails from Hammonton, N.J., is also a Penn State grad and played field hockey for the Nittany Lions from 2014 to 2016. She was named a member of the NFHCA National Academic Squad in 2014.

McSorley is currently gearing up for his third NFL season with the Baltimore Ravens. He gained some attention last year when he filled in for the Ravens’ banged-up quarterbacks and threw a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Congratulations, Trace and Kasey!

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Charles Reinert

Charles Reinert is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism. He hails from Norristown, Pennsylvania and is an avid Philadelphia sports fan. He loves playing his guitar, the color blue, and Tetris. If you feel the need to give him any positive or negative feedback, you can follow him on Twitter @charles_rein10 or email him at [email protected]

Comments

State College Links
Other posts by Charles

The Best Faces From The 2021 White Out Panorama

In such a big crowd, though, there were surely some funny moments captured on camera, right? Well, that’s what we set out to find.

Penn State Quarterback Commit Drew Allar Shines In Recent High School Game

10 Questions With New Blue Band Drum Major Ryan Frist

Penn State Alumna Details Life After 9/11, Loss Of Father In New Memoir

“No matter what you’ve gone through in life…you can overcome it and live a successful and happy life. It’s not the tragedy that’s defined you — it’s how you persevere and move forward.”

Penn State Alumna Details Life After 9/11, Loss Of Father In New Memoir

“No matter what you’ve gone through in life…you can overcome it and live a successful and happy life. It’s not the tragedy that’s defined you — it’s how you persevere and move forward.”

Gameday Observations: Villanova

Saturday’s game was a noon kickoff against a relatively tame opponent, but that’s not to say it wasn’t an entertaining affair.

No. 6 Penn State Rolls Past Villanova 38-17

A career-best 401 passing yards for Sean Clifford paced the Nittany Lions’ offense as James Franklin’s squad improved to 4-0 Saturday.

Send this to a friend