The Lehigh Valley has a long and rich tradition of football student-athletes who have found success at Penn State. Andrew Terlingo was an all-state player at Southern Lehigh High School and enters his redshirt freshman season seeking to move up the depth chart and into the rotation at guard. Terlingo brought a 3.00 grade-point average into the spring semester. He is among 15 returning Nittany Lions from Eastern Pennsylvania.
2013 (Freshman Season)
Terlingo garnered second-team all-state accolades as a senior for coach John Toman at Southern Lehigh High School. The offensive lineman earned first-team all-area and All-Colonial League honors for the Spartans as a senior. Terlingo was named third-team all-state and first-team all-league as a junior. A two-year letterman, he was a team captain as a senior and was invited to play in the McDonald's All-Star game. Terlingo also was an honor student.
Full name is Andrew E. Terlingo. He is the son of John and Suzy Terlingo and has a brother, Sam. He enjoys fishing. Terlingo plans to major in finance and pursue a career as a financial advisor. Terlingo brought a 3.00 grade-point average into the 2014 spring semester. Born March 11, 1995 in Hagerstown, Md.