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Penn State Athletics To Continue As Planned Despite Inclement Weather

Despite ice and snow in the area (and a day and a half of canceled classes), this weekend’s Penn State sporting events are on as planned.

On Friday morning, Penn State clarified and noted that all visiting teams for this weekend’s games had arrived in State College prior to the bad weather.

The most anticipated of these events is No. 1 Penn State wrestling’s matchup with No. 6 Ohio State. This dual is set to take place at 7 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center as the Nittany Lions hope to stay unbeaten.

Tickets for the BJC matchup are still available online in limited quantities. Fans are encouraged to exercise caution when traveling to the BJC for the dual.

Additionally, Penn State women’s hockey will open its home series against the Syracuse Orange on Friday at 6 p.m. Tickets are still available online.

Penn State will host two other athletic offerings on Friday that are free for the public. First up, No. 5 Penn State men’s volleyball will host Princeton at Rec Hall at 7 p.m. Penn State men’s tennis will host Colgate at 1 p.m. before facing Cleveland State at 5 p.m.

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