DR. DAVID JOYNER, Penn State ‘71 was a three-time EIWA champion and an NCAA runner-up at Hwt in 1971 with a career mark of 100-9-4. A 2-time Wrestling Captain, Dave also co-captained the 1971 Nittany Lion football team that went 11-1 and finished 5th nationally after beating Texas, 30-6. Joyner was a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete and an inductee into the GTE/CoSida Academic All-American Hall of Fame.
In 1997, he received an NCAA Silver Anniversary Award for distinguished post-graduate achievement. In 1999, he earned the Outstanding American Award from the U.S. Wrestling Hall of Fame. An Orthepedic Surgeon, Dr. Joyner founded the Joyner Sports Medicine Institute, was head physician for the U.S. teams in the 1992 Winter Games and served six years as Chairman of the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine Committee. Dr. Joyner was National Director of Sports Medicine for Nova Care and has recently served as Penn State University Trustee Chairman while living in the Harrisburg area with wife, Carolyn, a former PSU cheerleader.