"I am extremely excited to bring David back to the Hilltop," Warne said. "He will be a huge asset to the program in numerous ways. David is organized, passionate and will be a tremendous role model for our team and program. I cannot wait for him to get started and see him interact with our players."
With the Nittany Lions, Shriver was instrumental with the team's offense by developing the extra-man unit and offensive personnel. Penn State reached the NCAA Tournament twice during his time in Happy Valley while posting 12-win seasons in both 2013 and 2017.
A former captain for the Blue & Gray, Shriver played in 28 games during his time in the Nation's Capital, primarily with the extra-man offense. He tallied seven goals during his tenure, including five in man-up situations. Georgetown won 32 games during his four seasons on the Hilltop.