Penguins Tidbits


  • The Youngstown State football coaching staff will be hosting their first-ever Women’s Football Clinic on Friday, June 11. The cost is $50 per participant with all proceeds being donated to the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” organization. The event starts at 6 p.m. and will be approximately three hours. For more information contact the football office at (330) 941-3478. A registration and social hour will be held at 5 p.m. in the DeBartolo Stadium Club. The clinic will feature a welcome by Head Coach Eric Wolford, an equipment presentation and player demonstration, a tour of the football facilities in Stambaugh Stadium, segments with each of YSU’s assistant coaches, various raffles, introduction of the coaching staff’s wives and it will conclude with a question-and-answer session.
  • The annual YSU Penguin Club Scholarship Golf Outing is Wednesday, June 2 at the Oak Tree Country Club in West Middlesex, Pa. Red, White and individual packages are available for participants by contacting (330) 941-3720. Golfers will have a chance to interact with Penguin student-athletes, meet coaches from all of YSU’s intercollegiate sports and win door prizes courtesy of great sponsors.  Tee Sponsorship Signs are available for $150. Red, White and individual packages are available for participants. The Red Package is $1,750 for two foursomes while the White Package is $1,250 for one foursome. The Red and White Packages include lunch, dinner, a Penguin Club hat, a Penguin Club shirt and hat, box of candy, bottle of wine, fan pack, half-dozen red roses, a door prize ticket and a Tee Sponsorship Sign. Individual golf packages include lunch, dinner, a fan pack and a door prize ticket for a price of $175.
  • YSU Golfer Ryan Stocke is competing at the Notre Dame Regional in Notre Dame, IN.  Stocke’s appearance marks the first time in school history a Penguins linkster has competed in the Division I postseason.  Through the first round, Stocke was three-over 73 and was struggling with the putter.  Stocke, however, was able to post a respectable score thanks to his drives.
  • Devonte Maymon has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Youngstown State University where he will participate in the men’s basketball program.  The 6’2″ Guard from Middleton, WI. scored 266 points in two seasons at John A. Logan college.  Maymon shot 40% from three-point range and hit 70% of his free throws.

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