Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, January 19, 2015

The Penn State men's soccer team recently held the third annual Mack Brady Clinic, and it was a ringing success.

The event honors its namesake, a young Penn State soccer fan who died a few years ago from a blood infection.

"It's so wonderful to celebrate the life of Mack Brady," Penn State coach Bob Warming said. He was energetic, enthusiastic, wonderful little boy who passed away too soon."

To remember Brady, the team hosts a camp for boys Brady's age to play and interact with Penn State coaches and players.

"That's what this clinic is about," Warming said. "We're celebrating Mack's life by having children his age be here and have a fantastic day, and continue to inspire us about how fortunate we are."