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Student-Athletes From 25 Sports Scheduled to Receive Diplomas
Seniors Carson, Howle, Jones, Urschel and Zerbe Earn Nod from Teammates
Nittany Lions Host Senior Day on Saturday Versus Badgers
2012 (Senior Season)
Zerbe played in 11 games, returning to the field after missing the entire 2011 season with a serious knee injury. He worked hard to become the top reserve at fullback and played on special teams. Zerbe helped lead the way for 1,000-yard rusher Zach Zwinak and protect quarterback Matt McGloin during his record-setting 2012 campaign.
2011 (Junior Season)
Zerbe suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament during preseason camp and was lost for the season.
2010 (Sophomore Season)
Zerbe continued to improve and learn from veterans Joe Suhey and Michael Zordich and played an important role on the foreign team. He saw action against Florida in the Outback Bowl.
2009 (Freshman Season)
A standout lineman at Wilson High School, Zerbe played for Coach Doug Dahms. With 92 tackles, seven sacks and two interceptions, Zerbe earned first-team All-Berks County and second-team all-state linebacker accolades as a senior. He totaled 189 tackles and 12 sacks in his career. As a senior, Zerbe helped lead Wilson to a 14-1 record en route to league and district crowns and the PIAA state semifinals. He also was a member of the wrestling team and gained first-team All-Berks County honors in lacrosse.
Full name is Patrick Michael Zerbe. The son of Mike and Linda Zerbe, he has one brother, Christopher. His father attended Penn State and his mother is the Dean of Students at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa. Zerbe is majoring in energy business and finance. Born June 6, 1991 in Allentown, Pa.