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How Penn State Wrestling Can Close Out Big Ten Championship | Finals Preview

Penn State Wrestling tied a program record sending six Nittany Lions to the Big Ten Wrestling Conference Finals set for Sunday afternoon.

The only wrestler who was a top-2 seed to not advance was Beau Bartlett who lost to 3rd seed Brock Hardy from Nebraska.

Penn State Wrestling will take a healthy lead in the team standings into Sunday evening with double the number of Iowa finalists (3).

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In addition to the 6 finalists, Beau Bartlett (141), Shayne Van Ness (149), and Alex Facundo (165) have all qualified for the NCAA Tournament. Gary Steen (125) is still eligible for an at-large bid to NCAA’s if he wins the ninth-place match on Sunday.

Big Ten Final Matchups:

133: #1 Roman Bravo-Young (PSU) vs #6 Aaron Nagao (MINN)

157: #1 Peyton Robb (NEB) vs #2 Levi Haines (PSU)

174: #1 Carter Starocci (PSU) vs #2 Mikey Labriola (NEB)

184: #1 Aaron Brooks (PSU) vs #2 Kaleb Romero (OSU)

197: #1 Max Dean (PSU) vs #2 Silas Allred (NEB)

285: #1 Mason Parris (MICH) vs #2 Greg Kerkvliet (PSU)


Team Standings:

1 Penn State 120.0

2 Iowa 105.5

3 Nebraska 98.5

4 Ohio State 77.0

5 Minnesota 73.0

Where to Watch:

Sunday, March 5th


Consolations: 1:00 pm ET                B1G+

Championships: 4:30 pm ET           BTN

Live stream: FuboTV

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