Top PSU women’s player injured
From Mirror, wire reports
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Penn State guard Teniya Page suffered a fracture/dislocation to her right ankle during an intrasquad game at the USA Basketball Under-23 camp on Thursday morning.
She was taken to Memorial Hospital where she was treated. She has been released and will require an orthopedic evaluation to determine her follow up care and treatment.
Page averaged 19.9 points as a sophomore at Penn State last season.
Ohlson joins performance team
UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State has announced the appointment of Dr. Carl Ohlson as Assistant Athletic Director for Performance Psychology Services.
Ohlson is joining the Intercollegiate Athletics staff after serving in Penn State’s Department of Educational Policy Studies in the College of Education the past three years. He retired from the United States Army with the rank of Lt. Colonel in 2014.
In his role with the Nittany Lions, Ohlson is charged with developing and executing innovative strategies to maximize the athletic performance and general well-being of Penn State’s 800 student-athletes. Dr. Ohlson will facilitate Performance Psychology educational programming and assist student-athletes in enhancing their performance and resiliency to successfully manage life as a Division I student-athlete.