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Penn State Baseball’s Curtis Robison Transfers To Gardner-Webb

Penn State baseball outfielder Curtis Robison announced Thursday via Twitter that he’s transferring to Gardner-Webb University.

Robison spent four years with the Nittany Lions, and he’ll now head to North Carolina to spend the next two seasons with the Bulldogs.

“The past 4 years at Penn State University have been nothing but a blessing,” Robison said. “The friends and memories I have made there will last a lifetime. I cannot thank Coach Cooper and the rest of the coaching staff enough for everything they have done for me. With that being said I have decided to spend the next two years at Gardner-Webb University as a Bulldog!”

After graduating from Northern York High School, Robison came to Happy Valley in 2018 and immediately stepped into a starting role. He appeared in 53 games (45 starts) in his first two seasons with the team, however, struggled to find much success at the plate, batting just .179 and .152, respectively.

It all turned around for Robison during his junior season in 2020. The outfielder started 15 games in the pandemic-shortened season and batted .294 with an impressive .952 OPS. He smacked one home run and drove in 13 runs, too. He continued his success during the 2021 season, as he batted .273 with four home runs and 26 RBIs in 39 games played.

Robison is the fourth Penn State baseball player to transfer away from the program this offseason. He joins pitchers Braden Halladay, Ralph Gambino, and Logan Evans.

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