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WNEP Broadcasts Student Reaction to U.S. Team’s Soccer Loss


WNEP on campusNewswatch 16’s Kristina Papa visited Penn College’s Athletic Field for student-athletes’ perspective on the U.S. Men’s National Team’s loss to Trinidad and Tobago and attendant failure to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 31 years. Papa spoke with Randy S. Vance, of Greenwood Lake, New York, and Taylor C. Gonzales, of Lititz – both of whom play soccer for their respective Wildcat teams – and Carly E. Engel, a student who played while in high school at South Williamsport. The segment, which aired during Wednesday evening’s newscasts, also featured footage of Brandon O. Wolff, of Effort, also on the men’s roster.

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