Penn State Wrestling’s Beau Bartlett To Return For 2024-25 Season

Penn State wrestling star Beau Bartlett will compete in the 2024-25 season, he announced Monday. Bartlett was the Nittany Lions’ top option in the 141-pound weight class during the team’s 2023-24 NCAA Championship run, finishing second in his division in the Big Ten Championships and the NCAA Championships.

Bartlett was one of eight Nittany Lions to earn All-American distinctions for the 2023-24 season after he fell in the 141-pound NCAA Championship to Ohio State’s Jesse Mendez in the last second of the match. Barlett finished his season with a 26-2 record.

Barlett holds a collegiate record of 76-18. He’s been named an All-American twice and, competing for the Nittany Lions in his fifth season, is set to continue his path as a top option at the 141-pound slot.

Penn State is still waiting on the announcements of Carter Starocci (174 pounds) and Greg Kerkvliet (heavyweight) on whether they will also return for the fifth year of eligibility.

Next up for Bartlett is the U.S. Olympic Trials, taking place on Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20, in the Bryce Jordan Center.

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