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Albrecht, Gear and Penrose end careers with 46 wins inside the Recreation Building
Penn State falls in three sets to Tigers, looks towards senior day on Saturday (April 14) vs. NJIT
Donorovich notched a career-high 10 total blocks at George Mason in a five-set win
Penrose boasts nine kills, seven service aces and adds five blocks to help Penn State to the road win
2017 (Redshirt Freshman): Played three sets in the 2017 season recording a career best five kills versus Charleston (4/14) Recorded 5 kills, one attempt and two total blocks
2016 (Freshman): Redshirt Season
Prepped at Lockport High School where he was a three-year letter winner under head coach Joseph Whalen … Was a two-time First Team All-Western New York honoree, while earning first team all-conference honors as a junior and conference MVP accolades in his senior campaign … Helped guide his team to back-to-back conference championships in 2014 and 2015 … Led his team to Lockport’s first Section VI Championships … Voted team captain and team MVP in his senior season … Played club volleyball for Eden Mizuno Volleyball Club where he helped the team to an East Coast Championship runner-up finish … Named Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 Recruits in the Country … Was a member of National Honor Society and was senior class treasurer.
Born Jason Donorovich on April 10, 1997 in Buffalo, N.Y. … Parents are Robert and Carolann Donorovich … Has three siblings, Dillon, Danielle and Jesse … Sister, Danielle plays softball at Trinity International University.
Why Penn State?
“I chose Penn State because it is a school known not only for its volleyball excellence but also its academic excellence. I found the environment at this school was unlike any other school I had visited, its athletic tradition was something I had to be a part of and it was a school I could not turn away.”