Former Penn State Wrestler Terrell Barraclough Transfers To Utah Valley

Former Penn State wrestler Terrell Barraclough has committed to transfer to Utah Valley, he announced Sunday. Barraclough spent four years at Penn State before transferring back to his home state.

Barraclough went 15-13 during his time in Happy Valley. While he wrestled as a Nittany Lion for four seasons, he wrestled unattached during his first year. He only used two years of eligibility with Penn State, leaving the program as a redshirt sophomore.

Wrestling at 157 pounds, Barraclough sat behind Levi Haines during his last seasons at Penn State. Haines, a two-time All-American, has two years of eligibility remaining in college.

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