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Graduates from 10 Sports; Nittany Lion Football Program With 15 Graduates
Penn State Defeat Akron, 21-3, in Home Opener
An interview with coach Franklin, coach Donovan, coach Shoop and coach Huff.
Nittany Lions have completed six spring practices
Penn State defeats Maryland 31-30 after Hackenberg throws for over 300 yards and three touchdowns.
Season: Appeared in 13 games with four starts…Made his first career start vs. San Diego State (9/26)…Graduated in December with a degree in telecommunications…One of 13 Nittany Lions to earn their degree in December…One of 17 Nittany Lions to have their degree. Buffalo (9/12): Collected two tackles…Returned one kickoff for 18 yards. Rutgers (9/19): Made two tackles. San Diego State (9/26): Had three tackles in his first career start. Army (10/3): Made two tackles. at Ohio State (10/17): Notched one tackle. vs. Maryland (10/24): Nabbed his first career interception on Maryland’s final drive of the game to seal the victory…Grabbed one of three Penn State interceptions, its most in a single game since picking off Rutgers five times in the Big Ten opener last season on Sept. 13…Helped the Nittany Lions force a season-high five turnovers. Illinois (10/31): Made one tackle. at Northwestern (11/7): Had six tackles. Michigan (11/21): Made eight tackles in his second start of the season…Helped hold Michigan to less than 100 yards rushing, the fifth Penn State opponent that failed to reach 100 rushing yards (87 on 30 carries). at Michigan State (11/28): Broke his career high for the second straight week with nine tackles to rank second on the team. vs. Georgia (1/2): Collected six stops, including three solo.
➤ 2014 ➤ Sophomore Season
Appeared in eight games on defense and special teams...Made seven tackles (four solo), with 0.5 tackles for loss and one pass breakup. UCF (8/30): Posted his first stop of the season in the first quarter of the Croke Park Classic in Dublin, Ireland. Akron (9/6): Logged a career-high four tackles (three solo). At Rutgers (9/13): Collected one tackle. UMass (9/20): Recorded his first career tackle for loss (0.5 TFL)...Added one pass breakup.
➤ 2013 ➤ Redshirt Freshman Season
Moved to the defensive side of the ball after playing wide receiver during the 2012 campaign...Appeared in all 12 games...Saw time on special teams and at safety...Recorded eight tackles and one pass breakup. Syracuse (8/31): Opened the season with one tackle in the neutral site contest at MetLife Stadium. Eastern Michigan (9/7): Made one solo stop. Kent State (9/21): Recorded one tackle. At Ohio State (10/26): Notched one stop. Purdue (11/16): Had one tackle. At Wisconsin (11/30): Posted a season-high three tackles, all coming late in the third quarter and the fourth quarter...Added one pass breakup.
➤ 2012 ➤ True Freshman Season
Redshirt season...Listed as a wide receiver.
➤ High School
Was a two-time All-New England and two-time All-Colonial League selection for head coach Dan O'Dea at Cheshire Academy...Elected team captain during his senior season...Played defensive back and wide receiver...Compiled more than 1,400 all-purpose yards and grabbed seven interceptions as a senior...Helped the Cats to the Colonial League championship and an undefeated record during his final prep season...Posted more than 1,500 all-purpose yards as a junior...Helped Cheshire Academy win the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council State Championship as a junior and senior...Ranked the No. 2 overall prospect in Connecticut according to Rivals.com...Also lettered in basketball and track...Was a member of the school-record 4x100 relay team.
Full name is Malik Miles Golden...Son of Elijah and Diane Boyd...Has one younger brother, Elijah...Is on schedule to earn his degree in telecommunications in December...Born April 27, 1993 in Hartford, Conn.