Published on November 4th, 2013 | by mpower
Disabled former Penn State wrestler points to teamwork needed for success
Central Daily Times: Rohan Murphy, a former Penn State wrestler who lost his legs at the age of four due to a birth defect, gave a motivational speech to Penn State students last week.
Murphy spoke at one of Penn State’s final October events held in order to raise awareness of the talents and abilities of people who have disabilities.
“Don’t let anything ever let you stop you from being successful in life,” he said. “I’ve been able to do amazing things because I learned not to let my disability get in the way of success.”