Keiser University’s Aaron Molloy has transferred to the Penn State men’s soccer team and will be eligible to play immediately, according to the university.
Molloy, who hails from Dublin, spent one season at Kesier — where he was named the Sun Conference Freshman of the Year.
“Everyone I talked to about Aaron thinks the world of him,” Penn State coach Bob Warming said. “He is driven to be his best in everything he does. We want to help him continue in that progression here at Penn State and in return he can help us win championships.”
Track and field
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8 set to compete at USATF Championships
Eight current Nittany Lions — and several alumni — are set to compete in the USATF Championships from Thursday to Sunday at Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium.
Among the current Penn State athletes slated to compete are Domenic Perretta (800 meters), Isaiah Harris (800 meters), Tori Gerlach (3,000-meter steeplechase), Malik Moffett (200 meters, long jump), Morgan Shigo (hammer throw), Michael Shuey (javelin), Michael Biddle (javelin) and David Lucas (discus).
Alumni include Casimir Loxsom (800 meters), Joe Koavcs (shot put), Darrell Hill (shot put), Rachel Fatherly (shot put) and Evonne Britton (100-meter hurdles).