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LIVE BLOG: Here’s how Penn State performed in the finals of the NCAA Wrestling Championships

Penn State’s Anthony Cassar controls Oklahoma State’s Derek White in the 285 lb championship bout at the NCAA Division 1 Wrestling championships on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at PPG Paints Arena. Cassar won by major decision, 10-1.
Penn State’s Anthony Cassar controls Oklahoma State’s Derek White in the 285 lb championship bout at the NCAA Division 1 Wrestling championships on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at PPG Paints Arena. Cassar won by major decision, 10-1. adrey@centredaily.com

The 2019 NCAA Wrestling Championship are over — and, once again, Penn State dominated.

The Nittany Lions locked up the national team title by Saturday afternoon, making this their fourth straight title and eighth in nine years. On Saturday night, three of their five wrestlers in the finals earned national titles in their respective weight classes — including Anthony Cassar (285 pounds), Jason Nolf (157) and Bo Nickal (197). Penn State’s runners-up were Mark Hall (174) and Vincenzo Joseph (165).

Throughout Saturday night, we offered updates below of tweets with play-by-play, video snippets and photos. You can still find all those tweets below, a snapshot of Penn State’s historic night.

If you’re looking for further coverage, of quotes, analysis and perspective, please check back soon on our Penn State wrestling landing page right here.

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