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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - While the Penn State Fall Sports season may have
kicked off with women's soccer in action last week, Nittany Lion fans got a unique
perspective from the annual athletics Fall Sports Media Day.
Coaches and student-athletes from seven different Penn State programs set to compete this fall met with members of the media to talk 2016 and their expectations for the upcoming year.
Check out some highlights and links to videos, transcripts and extra coverage from today's event.
Men's and Women's Cross Country
In his third year at the helm of the program, head coach John Gondak highlighted his opening statement with high expectations for the Penn State Open, which comes to Happy Valley Friday, Oct. 14.
"We've got an outstanding group of teams coming in ... and it's going to be one of the premier competitions in the country again and we're going to continue to grow that," Gondak said of the upcoming Penn State open.