Olympic swimming champion Ryan Lochte managed to have some good times while adding more acts of kindness to his growing list of good deeds.

Lochte, the 11-time Olympic medalist and one-time reality show star, was at Penn State for the Nittany Lions' big game against Ohio State. According to reports, the 30-year-old rolled into campus hotspot Inferno Brick Oven and Bar on Friday with 10 friends and "a few girls who were following him around." Lochte ordered bottle service for his party and apparently made a good impression on the restaurant's staff. Kristen Arcangelo, the bar manager, said Lochte was "very very nice" and kept a low profile. Before heading out, Lochte made sure he left a good impression with the bar, leaving a $400 tip on a $425 bill:

According to the website Onward State, Lochte then went to the bar Lion’s Den, where he left a $100 tip on a $64 bill.

Over in Philadelphia, perhaps LeSean Mccoy could learn a thing or two from how Lochte tips.

The good times rolled on for Lochte on Saturday. After getting a workout in at the school's natatorium, Lochte experienced firsthand Penn State's famed tailgating scene.

Lochte was on the field during the game, which Penn State lost, 31-24:

Lochte didn't make any references to his tips on his Twitter page, but he did send out this tweet thanking the school for the hospitality:

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