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PSU vs. Iowa

According to gopsu sports, the Nittany Lions are ready for the ultimate takedown March 5-6 at the University of Iowa in Iowa City.

The grapplers will square off in what is sure to be an exhilarating Big Ten wrestling matchup. For the seniors, such as Nico Megaludis and Jordan Conaway, it will be their swan song before going on to indelible career paths that will make their alma mater proud!

The match will be aired on the BTN March 6.

All Penn State fans are encouraged to follow their Nittany Lions via twitter at @pennstateWREST and on facebook and Instagram.

Nittany Lion Grapplers Shine!

This just in, if you have been hiding under a rock for months now, The Penn State wrestling team is pretty good and the Rec. Hall atmosphere is electric.

This past Sunday, the Number One Nittany Lions defeated Oklahoma State for the National Dual Meet Title 29-18.

The biggest test of the season lies ahead for the PSU grapplers as they prepare to face Iowa March 5 for the Big Ten Championship in Iowa City, time TBA.

If you have relatives in Happy Valley, why not come on back and watch your beloved Nittany Lions as they compete in the biggest match of the season!

And while you’re here, you’ll never be short on options for dining. Why not visit Otto’s Pub and Brewery, with its vast array of Beers, Burgers and Wings. Perfect game food!

We Are!

Penn State fans show up in droves for special afternoon at Rec Hall

By Travis Johnson
Special to

I’ve learned a lot about wrestling over the past five years. I’ve learned even more about wrestling fans, particularly those who clad themselves in blue and white, wait for ages to slide into parking decks on campus and pack and rattle that old building at the corner of Curtin and North Burrowes Street a handful of days each winter.

On Sunday, I learned even more about you, Penn State wrestling fans.

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Nittany Lions Finish Undefeated!

After a convincing 41-3 takedown of Michigan State, your Penn State Men’s Wrestling team capped off a 15-0 regular season, in which they went 9-0 in the Big Ten. The Lions will await their postseason fate, as they will have to share the crown with Iowa , who also finished up 9-0 in the conference.

As PSU awaits confirmation of its opponent in the 2016 NWCA Dual Meet Championship match-up, they’ve secured a spot in the No. 1 vs. No. 1 battle to determine the dual meet champion. They will face the top-ranked, non-Big Ten team. According to The meet will take place Sunday night, Feb. 21 in sold-out Rec hall and will air live on the Big Ten Network.