Penn State news by
Penn State's student blog



Class Of 2024 Standout Ty Watson Commits To Penn State Wrestling

The best wrestling team in the country is only getting better, folks.

Class of 2024 standout Ty Watson committed to Penn State wrestling, he announced Thursday.

Watson, a student at Penns Valley High School, chose to pursue wrestling over football, which he is the Centre County’s all-time leading scorer.

On the mat, Watson holds an overall record of 88-15 over his high school career, spending time wrestling at both 160 and 152 pounds.

Watson is a two-time regional champion and a two-time PIAA medalist, finishing sixth both times.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Brendan Wagner

Brendan is a Junior majoring in print and media journalism. Born in Pittsburgh, he now lives in Mooresville, North Carolina. As a die-hard Pittsburgh sports fan, you can find him on Twitter, @brchwags, often complaining about the Pittsburgh Steelers and Matt Canada

Gameday Coverage: No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 3 Michigan

The Nittany Lions are on FOX for the fourth time this season.

Penn State Women’s Soccer Dominates Central Connecticut State 7-0 In Opening Round Of NCAA Tournament

Penn State breezed past the Blue Devils to move onto the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

Michigan Football Head Coach Jim Harbaugh Suspended Ahead Of Penn State Game

Harbaugh’s suspension comes on the back of a probe into a sign stealing by the Wolverines.

Follow on Another Platform
Other posts by Brendan

Predicting Penn State Wrestling’s 2023-24 Starting Lineup

With two returning national champions and three key transfers, the Nittany Lions’ likely 2023-24 lineup is as dominant as ever.

No. 11 Penn State Football Opens As 5.5-Point Underdog To No. 3 Michigan

No. 9 Penn State Football Opens As 11.5-Point Favorite Over Maryland