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Head coach Josh Brandwene added Graham Pepperman, who was the head equipment manager for the Dayton Gems in the Central Hockey League during the 2011-12 campaign, as Penn State women's hockey's first equipment manager. Pepperman is a 2009 Penn State graduate with a bachelor's of science in organizational leadership. Pepperman served as Penn State club men's hockey equipment manager for four seasons before moving on to the USA Hockey program. Pepperman was the head equipment manager for the Women's National University Team at the 2011 World University Games in Erzurum, Turkey.
"Graham's experience in professional hockey will be a tremendous asset to our program," said Brandwene. "His organizational skills and enthusiasm will create a fantastic day-to-day experience for our student-athletes."
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