Penn State will be wrestling in two Big Ten rivalry matches at the Bryce Jordan Center in 2022-23, which means you can head to the state capital and watch these highly anticipated bouts.
Penn State’s home match is against Michigan on January 20. They will then host Iowa on January 27 at the Bryce Jordan Center. Penn State will have their last home matches of the year at Rec Hall as usual.
Last season, Michigan took the Big Ten Championship title away from Penn State. But Penn State dominated both teams at the NCAA Wrestling Championships and ended up winning by a landslide with 131.5 points, followed by Michigan (95) and Iowa (74).
The Penn State schedule includes a trip to New Orleans for the Collegiate Wrestling Duals, visits to Rider and Lehigh, and many more.
There’s no doubt Penn State will be one of the toughest opponents for any team to face. With 18 returning players and four NCAA champions, it is likely that the Lions will go 17-0 like last season. In addition, five All-Americans are currently returning from their 2021 team.
Here is Penn State’s upcoming wrestling schedule in 2022-23. All times are the Eastern time zone and subject to change. Home matches will be hosted at Rec Hall unless otherwise noted.
- Nov. 11: LOCK HAVEN (7 p.m.)
- Nov. 20: Black Knight Open at Army West Point
- Dec. 2: at Rider (7:30 p.m.)
- Dec. 4: at Lehigh (2 p.m.)
- Dec. 11: OREGON STATE (2 p.m.)
- Dec. 19-20: Collegiate Wrestling Duals at Morial Convention Center, New Orleans
- Jan. 6: at Wisconsin (9 p.m.)
- Jan. 20: MICHIGAN (7 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center)
- Jan. 22: MICHIGAN STATE (1 p.m.)
- Jan. 27: IOWA (8:30 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center)
- Feb. 5: at Indiana (Time TBA)
- Feb. 10: at Rutgers (Time TBA)
- Feb. 12: MARYLAND (1 p.m.)
- Feb. 19: CLARION (1 p.m.)
- March 4-5: Big Ten Championships at Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, Mich.
- March 16-18: NCAA Championships at BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla.