Matt Mcgloin Penn State Bio
December 18, 2011 by staff
Matt Mcgloin Penn State Bio, Matthew James “Matt” McGloin (born December 2, 1989) is an American football quarterback for Penn State University He is the first former walk-on quarterback to start at Penn State since scholarships were reinstated in 1949. Prior to his college career, McGloin was a former Pennsylvania all-state quarterback while attending West Scranton High School.
Matt McGloin was a three sport (football, basketball and baseball) stand-out at West Scranton High School earning ten varsity letters. He was a three-year starter at West Scranton, throwing for 5,485 career yards with 58 touchdowns. As the starting quarterback, McGloin led his team to two PIAA Class AAA district titles and a league title. He was named the 2007-08 Athlete of the Year by the Scranton Times-Tribune, who also named him as their Athlete of the Week three times. He was also a four year starter and scored 1,300 career points for the school’s basketball team and also served as the team captain. He garnered many league and tournament all-star and MVP awards. McGloin was three year starter on the varsity baseball team as an infielder and pitcher. During his senior year, he was named all – region as a two way player. He hit over .400 and led his team in many offensive categories as well as registering a 7-0 record on the mound. In his senior season, he led his high school baseball team to its first conference championship in 16 years. He played on the prestigious Mid Atlantic Prospects summer travel baseball team (Philadelphia, PA).
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