Penn State went to 11 satellite camps and hosted four — two in July that bookended the annual Lasch Bash — this season, traveled more than 5,000 miles and saw or were seen by roughly 6,000 prospects, an increase from last year when the team went to four and hosted two.
Penn State went to 11 satellite camps and hosted four — two in July that bookended the annual Lasch Bash — this season, traveled more than 5,000 miles and saw or were seen by roughly 6,000 prospects, an increase from last year when the team went to four and hosted two. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State went to 11 satellite camps and hosted four — two in July that bookended the annual Lasch Bash — this season, traveled more than 5,000 miles and saw or were seen by roughly 6,000 prospects, an increase from last year when the team went to four and hosted two. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

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