Penn State All-Sports Museum
University Park, PA
The All-Sports museum honors the student-athletes and coaches down through history who have helped make Penn State's intercollegiate athletic program one of the best in the nation. Inside the museum, the inspirational story of men's and women's sports at Penn State is shown in dramatic visuals that cover the walls from floor to ceiling. You'll see larger-than-life action photographs, many of them rare archival images. You'll see the equipment the athletes use and the uniforms they wear. You'll see a collection of Penn State men's and women's trophies including college football's fabled Heisman trophy (won by John Cappelletti in 1973), the Lombardi Award, the Maxwell Award, and two of women's collegiate athletics' highest honors, the Broderick Award and the Wade trophy. Olympic memorabilia from many of the university's more than 125 Olympians are also on display, including the only Gold Medal won by a Penn State athlete in an individual event--Horace Ashenfelter in the Steeplechase in 1952.
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Your greatly appreciated donations will help pay for all aspects of the museum's operations including collections care, exhibit development, education programming, and outreach activities.
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