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How to Buy Penn State Wrestling vs. Ohio State Tickets

The Big Ten Wrestling season is in full swing and No. 1 Penn State Wrestling is prepping for a top six matchup this Friday against No. 6 Ohio State.

The wrestling action is slated to start at 6:30pm EST as the Nittany Lions host the Buckeyes in Rec Hall. Due to this being one of the more sought after duals on the season, it’s no wonder tickets will be hard to come by.

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But fret not Penn State Wrestling Fan, because if you want to join in on the incredible action that’s going to unfold in the hallowed halls of Rec Hall, you can purchase tickets from StubHub here.

Following this dual meet, the Penn State has three more home duals on their 2023-2024 schedule.

Monday, February 12th, Penn State Wrestling hosts Rutgers for their annual Bryce Jordan Center dual meet. This one will be a special one as the Nittany Lions will be sporting black and pink singlets for the first time and it’s the first ever Penn State black out (fans wear black).


Later on in February, the Nittany Lions will host Nebraska on Sunday (2/18) at 4:00pm EST and Edinboro on Sunday (2/25) at 2:00pm EST. Both duals will be in the friendly confines of Rec Hall.

And if you want to get in on the fun, there’s no time like the present to snag some tickets and watch Penn State trounce another opponent.

Penn State Wrestling vs. Ohio State Ticket Update

There are currently 11 listings on StubHub for the Nittany Lions’ meet against Ohio State.

As of February 1, the cheapest standing room only ticket in Rec Hall is listed for $47, but fans looking for a better seat can find a pair in S2U Row G for $158 here.

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Chris Snyder

Expertise: College Wrestling, College Football, Lays Chips Education: Penn State University Location: State College, PA Even though he had no prior journalism experience, Chris has now covered Penn State Wrestling and Penn State Football for the past three years. And it's clear he also likes constant torture as he's been a PSU Basketball fan for way too long. Several years back, Chris made the seamless transition from PGA Professional to computer programmer and thoroughly enjoys following and writing about all things related to Penn State sports during his spare time.