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Nittany Lions fall at Iowa in finale
Seven-run second, senior pitchers secure win
Nittany Lions enter final week of the season
Nittany Lions respond to early set back with evening win
Freshmen shine at the plate and on the mound in win
Four-year member and three-year letterwinner playing baseball at Northern York High School for head coach Brian Robison, his father ... Three-time first-team Mid Penn All-Conference selection ... Batted above .455 after sophomore year, capped by a career-best .488 clip as a senior ... Stole a school-record 21 bases in 2016 ... Selected for Pennsylvania Big 26 Baseball Team and PennLive Big 15 1st Team as a junior ... Played travel ball for the Keystone Bombers ... Named to Prep Baseball Report’s Pennsylvania’s Futures Team in 2015 ... Named Top Outfield Performance of Summer at PA/WV Prep Baseball Report Events in 2016 ... Perfect Game 2017 Atlantic Region Honorable Mention ... Also lettered four years in basketball as a point guard and three years in football as a quarterback and outside linebacker ... Three-year starter in all three sports ... Captained all three teams as a senior ... Team MVP twice each for baseball and football and once in basketball ... Two-time first-team Mid Penn All-Conference ... Inducted into National Honors Society ... Member of Key Club and Four Diamonds Club ... Volunteered with Special Olympics.
Full name is Curtis Jacob Robison ... Born August 14, 1998 in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania ... Parents are Brian and Brenda Robison ... Has a younger sister, Caitlyn ... Father, Brian, played baseball at Slippery Rock University ... Mother, Brenda, was on the track and field team at Indiana University of PA ... Intends to major in education ... Hobbies include hunting, fishing and ping pong.
ON CHOOSING PENN STATE
“I chose Penn State because when I came on my first visit it felt like home. I have been told so many times that you will be successful in the place you are most comfortable. That is why I chose to make Penn State my home the next four years.”