Penn State is ready to rock and roll in the postseason once again after a strange dual meet season. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the dual season was kept in conference only and shortened, as the season started in January.
Nonetheless, the Nittany Lions boast another loaded lineup that will compete for a team trophy in St. Louis at NCAA’s. First up, it’s the Big Ten Tournament where they have an opportunity for a handful of individual titles, also serving as a measuring stick for the national tournament.
Returning champion Aaron Brooks (184) highlights the bunch, but plenty more like Roman Bravo-Young and Nick Lee will have their shot at gold.
The Big Ten Tournament is notoriously the toughest tournament in the country, besides the NCAA Tournament to conclude the wrestling season. The conference brackets feature many highly ranked wrestlers that are former national champions and All-Americans.
Let’s take a look how each Penn State wrestler fared in each session of the tournament.