Penn State to celebrate THON families during the match, honor its six seniors afterward
Penn State puts the nation's best record (9-0-1) on the line against Big Ten newcomer Rutgers at Jeffrey Field
Minutillo bags his fifth of the year, James tallies his first Penn State marker and Wolverton earns 30th career shutout
Goalie Andrew Wolverton saves four shots for his 29th career shutout; Connor Maloney scores league-leading seventh goal of the season in 57th minute
Five Nittany Lions score six goals, most since 1999, in rout of the Quakers
Men's Soccer Captures the Big Ten Title against Northwestern 10/27/13
2013 (Redshirt-Sophomore): Made 20 appearances with 16 starts, registering an assist ... Posted 12 games with 90+ minutes played ... Made collegiate debut against Radford ... Part of defense's 275-minute shutout streak over four matches in September ... Recorded first career assist in Big Ten opener win over Wisconsin ... Fired 12 shots including a career-high four at Ohio State.
2012 (Redshirt-Freshman): Did not see game action.
2011 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... Named to the Dean's List.
High School/Club/ODP: Led The Pingry School to a 71-4-1 record, four conference and county championships and a state title ... Named Somerset County MVP and NJSCA first team All-State...Earned first team All-Somerset County, Skyland Division, All-American East and Courier News honors ... Selected to Star Ledger All-County first team and All-State second team ... Received ESPN Rise honorable mention and ESPN Fall All-State Soccer All-Star recognition ... Club team member of the Players Development Academy under head coach Sam Nellins.
Personal: Full name is Andrew Ronald Falk ... Born on Oct. 29, 1992 ... Parents are Jay and Judy Falk ... Has two brothers, Matt and Jefferson, and a sister, Callie ... Grandfather, H. Ronald Falk, attended Penn State ... Majoring in marketing ... Future career plans include sports analysis/sportscasting.