Penn State alum’s baseball status at issue in trustee bid

March 09, 2012|By Susan Snyder, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Anthony Lubrano, who has been waging a high-profile campaign for an alumni seat on the Pennsylvania State University board of trustees, has been featured for years in the school’s baseball media guide as a four-time letter-winner from 1979 to 1982. And his application for trustee describes him as a “varsity baseball player at his alma mater.”

The problem is that Lubrano, 51, a major donor whose name is on Penn State’s baseball complex, acknowledges that he neither lettered nor played in an official game. He said in an interview Friday that he was only on the equivalent of the “practice squad.”


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