Penn State All-Sports Museum Varsity S Talk, June 26th at 1:30pm

Penn State All-Sports Museum Varsity S Talk, June 26th at 1:30pm

The Penn State All-Sports Museum would like to invite State College Quarterback Club members to join our Varsity S Talk

on Friday, June 26, 2020, at 1:30 p.m. the Museum will be joined by Kevin Scott (’81 M Soccer) and John Lange (’98 Wrestling).

Link to participate via zoom: https://bit.ly/2AiOtrN

Kevin Scott was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1959. He arrived at Penn State in the fall of 1977 as a walk-on for the Penn State men’s soccer team earning varsity letters all four years. Scott was team captain in 1979 and 1980, McCoy Student-Athlete of the Year in 1980-81, and part of the NCAA Senior Bowl. During his time with the team, they made the NCAA playoffs each year, with a Final Four appearance in 1979. Scott graduated in 1981 with a degree in chemical engineering, followed by a Ph.D. in chemical engineering in 1985 from Georgia Tech. Upon graduation, Scott worked for DuPont based in Geneva, Switzerland, which led to assignments in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He went on to work for a few other companies before retiring as CEO of Electrolux North America in 2011. In his retirement, Scott indulges in his passion for mountain biking and is a tutor for mathematics at a large community college in Southern California.

John Lange was a Penn State wrestling letterman from 1995-98. During his time at Penn State, Lange was the U20 National Champion in 1996, Big Ten Champion in 1998 and a three-time NCAA qualifier, obtaining third place in 1998. Off the mat, he was part of the Skull & Bones Senior Honorary Society, VP of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB) and was awarded the NLC True Grit Award. Lange graduated in 1998 with a degree in history. Upon graduation, Lange coached wrestling for Hofstra, North Carolina and then Eastern Michigan before moving to California to start an insurance business. Today, he works as a project manager in the home building industry. Outside of the office, Lange serves on the board of Livermore Little League.

Additions to these events are ongoing and will be updated via the Museum’s social media channels all under the handle @PSUSportsMuseum. All events are free and will be virtually streamed via the social media sites and zoom, with recordings available via social media for any who wish to watch them after their air date.

For a chance to participate in the zoom chats, registration can be found here: https://bit.ly/3cjBsvC

Hope you can join us!

We will also be on facebook live.


Thank you

Jen Dahlke

Penn State All-Sports Museum