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Mark Allen
Mark  Allen

Graduate Student

Hyattsville, Md.

High School:
DeMatha Catholic

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 190



H.S. Coach:
Elijah Brooks

Management and Organizational Leadership (Master's)


Blue Topples White in Annual Spring Game, 21-10

Hippenhammer grabs two touchdown passes in annual spring scrimmage


Strong Second Half Leads Blue Past White, 26-0

Stevens hits three different receivers for second-half touchdowns


No. 8 Penn State Shuts Out Rutgers 39-0

Nittany Lions hold Rutgers to 87 yards of offense, fewest allowed in a B1G game in program history


No. 24 Penn State Rolls to Bowl Eligibility with 62-24 Win at Purdue

Barkley notches second 200 yard rushing performance in last three games as Lions score 45 second-half points


Penn State-Purdue Postgame Notes


Penn State vs. Washington (USATSI)

Photos from Penn State Football vs. Washington football at the Fiesta Bowl - Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017


USATSI Gallery - Indiana @ Penn State

USATSI Gallery - Indiana @ Penn State


USATSI Gallery - Georgia State @ Penn State

USATSI Gallery - Georgia State @ Penn State


2017 Rose Bowl Game - Penn State vs. USC

Jan. 2, 2017


Penn State vs. Ohio State

Oct. 22, 2016

2017 Junior Season
Season: Appeared in five games...One of 21 Penn Staters to enter the Fiesta Bowl having already earned a degree.


Georgia State (9/16): Carried twice for 9 yards, including a long run of 8 yards...Returned one punt for 10 yards. at Northwestern (10/7): Carried the ball twice for 4 yards in the fourth quarter. Michigan (10/21): Gained 5 yards on one carry. at Maryland (11/25): Toted the ball four times for 20 yards.

2016 Sophomore Season
Season: Appeared in 13 games.

at Pitt (9/10): Made one carry for two yards...Caught one pass for four yards. Temple (9/17): Rushed six times for 17 yards...Had one catch for one yard. at Michigan (9/24): Had one carry. Maryland (10/8): Carried seven times for 31 yards. at Purdue (10/29): Carried the ball once, scoring on a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Iowa (11/5): Carried five times for 30 yards. at Rutgers (11/19): Carried the ball five times for 26 yards...Caught a swing pass and went 27 yards for his second career receiving touchdown. Michigan State (11/26): Toted the ball twice for eight yards. vs. USC (1/2): Carried the ball once for no gain and caught one pass.

2015 Redshirt Freshman Season
Awards: Named Academic All-Big Ten.

Season: Appeared in eight games with one start...Made first career start vs. Army (10/3)...Was one of seven freshmen (3 redshirt, 4 true) to start a game...Saw time on offense and special teams, including time as a punt returner...Was one of 17 redshirt freshmen to see action.

at Temple (9/5): Ran for seven yards on two rushing attempts...Returned four punts for 33 yards...Four punt returns were the most by a single Nittany Lion since Justin Brown returned five punts on Oct. 29, 2011 (vs. Illinois). Buffalo (9/12): Made one rush for two yards...Also returned one punt. Rutgers (9/19): Rushed the ball three times. San Diego State (9/26): Caught his first career pass, a 13-yard touchdown reception on a swing pass in the second quarter...Pulled in two passes in the game for 29 yards...Gained five yards on five rushes...Had a long run of six yards in the fourth quarter...Combined with Saquon Barkley to become the first Penn State running back duo to have touchdown receptions in the same game since 2006 at Minnesota (Tony Hunt & Matt Hahn). Army (10/3): Carried six times for 17 yards in his first career start. Indiana (10/10): Rushed the ball eight times for career-high 45 yards...Had a career-long 28-yard rush in the second quarter...Caught two passes for 15 yards. Illinois (10/31): Rushed twice for 23 yards...Second run of the game went for 20 yards and a touchdown.

2014 True Freshman Season
Redshirt season.

High School
Lettered twice at DeMatha Catholic High School for head coach Elijah Brooks...Helped the Stags to an 11-1 overall mark and a 6-0 record in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference...After missing some games early in the season due to injury, logged nearly 300 yards rushing to help DeMatha Catholic win the 2013 WCAC Championship with a 29-28 victory over Good Counsel...Ran for 682 yards on 101 carries and caught seven passes for 79 yards as a junior...Rated a three-star recruit by ESPN, Scout and 247Sports...Ranked as a Top 40 recruit in the state of Maryland by ESPN and 247Sports.

Full name is Clarence Marquette Allen...Son of Clarence and Shanita Allen...Has two brothers, Maquette and Marquise, and one sister, Makayla...Graduated in August 2017 with a degree in criminology...Working on his master's degree in management and organizational leadership...Born February 10, 1996 in Washington, D.C.



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