Penn State Club Softball and its competitive edge
The Penn State Club Softball team practices for hours on hours each week with the ultimate goal of making it to nationals each year. Secretary of the team Nina Italiano (fourth year-architectural engineer) said that Club Softball is one of the more competitive club sports at Penn State. The team holds four practices each week in order to prepare for various tournaments throughout the fall and spring semesters and has qualified for nationals the past seven years.
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Taylor is majoring in Print Journalism with minors in English and Spanish from Irwin, Pa. She is a reporter for The Daily Collegian and sports writer for the Lion’s Pride Sports Blog. She interned with advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots in Pittsburgh, Pa. where she had the opportunity to work with the digital and marketing teams. Taylor is currently working on a blog for Penn State’s Network on Child Protection and Well-Being explaining its research leading up to its 2015 fall conference. Taylor hopes to work for a magazine translating research and information similar to what she is doing with the Network blog.