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Penn State Wrestling Releases 2023-24 Schedule

Penn State wrestling is officially back. Next month, the defending national champion will return to Rec Hall for the 2023-24 season.

The team announced its schedule for the upcoming season Monday, with a slate that opens on November 12 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The schedule also includes seven home duals at Rec Hall and a Monday night dual in the Bryce Jordan Center against Rutgers.

The Nittany Lions will begin their journey to the NCAA Championships in Kansas City on November 12, where the team will participate in the Journeyman Collegiate Classic individual round-robin.

They will then travel to West Point for their first dual of the season against the Army Black Knights on November 19. The team will head home for duals against Lehigh on December 3, and Hofstra on December 10. The Lions will not return to action until January 5, when they will travel to Oregon State before beginning their conference schedule.

The first conference game for Penn State will take place at home against Indiana on January 14. The full 2023-24 schedule is listed below:

  • Penn State @ Journeymen Collegiate Classic — Sunday, November 12
  • Penn State @ Army Black Knight Invite — Sunday, November 19
  • Penn State vs. Lehigh — Sunday, December 3
  • Penn State vs. Hofstra — Sunday, December 10
  • Penn State @ Oregon State — Friday, January 5
  • Penn State vs. Indiana — Sunday, January 14
  • Penn State @ Michigan — Friday, January 19
  • Penn State @ Michigan State — Sunday, January 21
  • Penn State @ Maryland — Sunday, January 28
  • Penn State vs. Ohio State — Friday, February 2
  • Penn State @ Iowa — Friday, February 9
  • Penn State vs. Rutgers — Monday, February 12
  • Penn State vs. Nebraska — Sunday, February 18
  • Penn State vs. Edinboro — Sunday, February 25

The road-dual against the Hawkeyes will be a highly anticipated rematch from last year’s sold-out dual at the Bryce Jordan Center that showcased a back-and-forth battle between the two schools.

The Penn State wrestling squad will have its final regular-season dual against Edinboro on Sunday, February 25 before the postseason begins.

The Big Ten Championship will take place from March 9 to 10 in College Park, Maryland, where the Nittany Lions will hope to defend their title before heading off to the NCAA Championships from March 21 to 23. The championships will take place at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Jamie Lynch

Jamie is a first-year DUS student from Chappaqua, NY. He loves to swim and is a member of the club team here at Penn State. Jamie is also in the Schreyer Honors College, and wishes there was an advanced course in college football fandom (scored 118/133 on the mascot quiz). Avid ping-pong player, dairy lover, and has met two U.S. Presidents, in case anyone was wondering. If you have anything to share, or want to debate the AP Poll with someone, email [email protected] or reach out on instagram @jamie.ly3.

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