Everthing you missed in Penn State sports — and isn’t elsewhere in the CDT — from Aug. 30, 2017:
Bramley named national player of the week
CHANDLER, Ariz. Penn State junior midfielder Gini Bramley was named the national offensive player of the week on Wednesday by the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
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Bramley helped the No. 7 Nittany Lions to road victories over a pair of top-25 teams by scoring three combined goals. Her team defeated No. 23 Old Dominion 3-2 and No. 10 Virginia 4-2 on Friday and Sunday, respectively.
RV spaces available at Grange Park
UNIVERSITY PARK RV parking for Penn State football games has been sold out around Beaver Stadium for more than two months, but Penn State announced Wednesday it partnered with Grange Park to offer an alternative to stadium parking.
Fans with RVs can park at Grange Park for $60 per night Thursday-Saturday and $30 per night Sunday-Wednesday. It’s $40 per week to keep RVs at Grange Park between home games, and RVs must depart the park the day after the season’s final home game.
A shuttle service to near the stadium will be available Saturday at a cost of $10 per person and, on Friday, at $5 per person. For more information, call Grange Park at 814-364-9212.