How to watch, follow and listen to the Penn State Nittany Lions compete for their eighth national title in nine years at the NCAA Wrestling Championships at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh March 21-23, 2019.
Penn State’s 9 wrestlers who will be in the national championship tournament Thursday-Saturday spoke to the media Monday afternoon at the Lorenzo Wrestling Complex. Here’s a notebook of what each one said.
This week’s Penn State wrestling mailbag contains questions about Jason Nolf’s and Bo Nickal’s legacies, Brady Berge’s and Roman Bravo-Young’s expectations for their first NCAA Championships and if any team can give the Nittany Lions a run in the NCAA team race.
Penn State wrestling could have an answer to replace senior Bo Nickal at 197 pounds next season, as former Kent State senior Kyle Conel tweeted Monday his intent to transfer to the Nittany Lions, if he gets a sixth year.
Penn State wrestling dominated the Big Ten championships March 9-10 in Minneapolis, but the biggest test is still ahead when the Nittany Lions travel to Pittsburgh March 21-23 for the NCAA Wrestling Championships.
Penn State learned Wednesday night it will have six top-two seeds at next week’s tournament, with no wrestler seeded worse than No. 12. You can find PSU’s first-round matches, and a full list of the NCAA’s seedings, right here.
Penn State fifth-year senior Anthony Cassar beat previously undefeated true freshman Gable Steveson, of Minnesota, in the Big Ten Wrestling Championship finals on Sunday, March 10, 2019, in Williams Arena in Minneapolis.
Penn State claims its first Big Ten title since 2016. Anthony Cassar pulled off an upset. Mark Hall and Jason Nolf earn their second titles as Bo Nickal claims his third. Shakur Rasheed medically forfeits in finals.
Penn State wrestling put eight wrestlers into the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament on Saturday at Williams Arena In Minneapolis. Here’s who they’ll face and how to watch tonight’s action, March 9, 2019.