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Every team changes, and Penn State has undergone a bit shift in 2018-19. Like its DI Elite semifinal opponent, Life University, the Nittany Lions have spent the school year putting people into positions and evaluating combinations, and now it’s time for a test.
“They have a bit more flair. They like to be creative and are a bit more happy to take some risks and see what happens, which can be good or bad sometimes,” Penn State Head Coach Kate Daley talked distinguishing characteristics of this year’s team. “They definitely don’t like to be stuck in a structured pattern and they play best when they’re having fun.”
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