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Seven Nittany Lions tallied points in Penn State's 6-2 victory over Rutgers
Wednesday, Sept. 27 | Philadelphia, Pa. | 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 23 | 8 p.m. | Madison, Wisconsin | McClimon Track/Soccer Complex
Mitchel Bringolf's first career goal solidified the win for the Nittany Lions
ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2016)
2017 (Junior): Appeared in 12 matches and started seven ... Scored two goals to rank third on the team ... Netted his first goal of the season against Detroit Mercy (Sept. 20) before scoring against Rutgers (Oct. 22) in Big Ten Conference play ... Took four shots, putting all four on goal ... Logged 440 minutes on the pitch.
2016 (Sophomore): Saw action in 11 matches with one start … Took four shots with three landing on goal for a .750 shots on goal percentage … Played 260 minutes for the Blue and White.
2015 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 matches, starting 12 in his first season donning the Blue and White … Opened his collegiate career with a goal against San Francisco (Aug. 28) … Scored his second career game-winner against JMU (Sept. 8) … Logged 796 minutes on the pitch for the Nittany Lions … Took 17 shots, eight of which landed on goal.
BEFORE PENN STATE
High School/Club/ODP: Prepped at Dallastown Area High School and played three years for the PA Classics Academy … Nabbed player of the week honors in his first season with the Academy before becoming a team captain in the 2013-14 campaign … Was the East Coast goal leader with 18 goals, ranking in the top-10 nationally … Scored 26 goals in the 2014-15 season, ranking in the top-five nationally … Named East Coast Starting XI … Also played football for Dallastown, where he was a Pennsylvania Football News all-state kicker in 2014.
Personal: Full name is McKinley Willes Curran … Son of Todd and Amy Curran … Has one brother, Cade and two sisters, Chase and Landen … Plans to join the Navy following graduation.