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Boca Alumni Spotlight – Marlon LeBlanc
September 13, 2001

Boca alumni Marlon LeBlanc, who played under Coach Dave Ellis and was a menber of the NJ State Cup Champion Boca U17 team, is in his second year as the Men’s Assistant Soccer Coach at Penn State University

Assistant coach, Marlon LeBlanc, will enter his second season as a coach with the Nittany Lion men’s soccer program. In his first season as an assistant coach, LeBlanc helped direct the Nittany Lions to a 14-5-1 overall record and to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Before joining the Penn State coaching staff, LeBlanc graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Penn State in 2000. His playing experience includes being a four-year starter at Highstown High School in New Jersey, where he received such accolades as all-state, all-area and all-county.

LeBlanc was also the captain of the New Jersey Olympic Development teams from the U-13 to U-17 and a member of the Region 1 ODP team. He was a member of the Jersey Shore BOCA when it captured the U-17 New Jersey state club championship.

LeBlanc also holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma.

Originally from East Windsor, N.J., LeBlanc was married in May of 2002, and now resides in State College with his wife, Jennifer, a 1998 graduate of Penn State.