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Penn State Hoops To Host THON Game Against Rutgers January 11

Penn State men’s basketball will host its annual THON game on Tuesday, January 11, when the Nittany Lions face Rutgers at the Bryce Jordan Center. Tip-off against the Scarlet Knights is set for 6:30 p.m.

This week’s game will be the first THON event for new head coach Micah Shrewsberry. As you might expect, a portion of ticket sales will support THON and Four Diamonds.

Students can purchase $5 tickets for the THON game in the HUB on Monday, January 10. THON said it’ll set up a table near the “High School Musical” stairs. You can also purchase tickets online.

At the game, those in the student section could receive free t-shirts. All fans can take part in a raffle, while Four Diamonds families can play games on the BJC’s concourse.

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