Penn State wrestling picks up a verbal commitment for its 2019 recruiting class from Monroe-Woodbury’s Marco Vespa. The senior is a three-time Section 9 champ in New York and projected to wrestle at 125/133.
In 2014, the last time the Penn State Nittany Lions flew to Champaign, James Franklin’s squad was a 5-point underdog. On Friday, it will be a 28-point favorite. A lot has changed in just four short years.
Penn State wrestling releases its 2018-29 schedule. Highlights include the start of a two-year deal with Arizona State, the Bryce Jordan Center dual against Lehigh, and home contests against Michigan and Wisconsin.