According to Penn State athletics, current Carolina Panthers wide receiver Chris Hogan has made a donation to the PSU men’s lacrosse program to send students to Philadelphia for the men’s lacrosse final four.
Hogan is a former Penn State lacrosse player. He played three seasons for the Nittany Lions before transferring to Monmouth to play football for his final year of elligibility.
The Hogan family is buying tickets for 100 students to attend the game.
Thanks to a donation from Chris Hogan (➡️ @ChrisHogan_15) & Ashley Hogan, the first 100 students to register will receive one FREE ticket to Saturday’s game!
🔗➡️ https://t.co/TgLwafU59H pic.twitter.com/qpjAgJU5vj — Penn State Men’s Lacrosse (@PennStateMLAX) May 22, 2019
Students can follow the link in the tweet above to fill out an online form. The first 100 students to sign up will receive a free ticket to Saturday’s game.
No. 1 seed Penn State will play No. 5 Yale Saturday at 2:30 televised on ESPN 2. The winner will advance to the NCAA Championship game.