Briefs: PSU's Graham transfers; two soccer players make commitments

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Penn State basketball player Jon Graham will transfer, the school announced Tuesday. Graham, who would have been a junior, averaged 1.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per game last year. He is the fourth player to leave the team this offseason, the other three being Jermaine Marshall, Patrick Ackerman and Akosa Maduegbunam. Marshall, who averaged 15.3 points per game in 2012-13, originally planned to forgo his senior season and pursue a professional career overseas but ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman reported the 6-foot-3 guard will look for a new school instead.

• Baseball coach Robbie Wine resigned. Wine coached the team since 2005, compiling a 228-261 record. After advancing to the Big Ten tournament in 2011 and 2012, Penn State went 14-36 this spring.

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Rachel Collage, a soccer player at Elizabeth Forward, made a verbal commitment to Fordham University. Collage, who will be a senior, is the first Elizabeth Forward girls soccer player to earn a Division I scholarship.

Hayden Pascoe, a senior soccer player at Belle Vernon, committed to Kent State.

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