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Penn State Men’s Soccer Unveils Pink & Black Alternate Kits

The pink and blacks are back, folks.

Penn State men’s soccer became the latest team to embrace the school’s retro colors and debut an alternate pink and black kit, the team announced on Twitter Wednesday.

The kit features a black base with bright pink accents, while the goalkeeper’s jersey features the reverse: a pink base with black accents. The design itself, colors aside, is very similar to the team’s typical blue and white garb.

Men’s soccer isn’t the first Penn State squad to don the pink and black. Women’s volleyball and the Lady Lions still use the colors in some fashion from time to time, and men’s hoops used to wear the colors as an alternate jersey as well.

The Nittany Lions will debut their new kits at home against Maryland at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19, for the annual Mack Brady Match at Jeffrey Field.

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