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STATE COLLEGE — Yet another Rec Hall wrestling sellout crowd — the first of seven already announced — got a taste Friday night of what things will be like in the six remaining home matches.

Not all that competitive, given Penn State’s 29-6 victory over Lehigh.

After all, if the top in-state rival Mountain Hawks can’t stay with Penn State, who can?

Indiana? No. Lock Haven? Uh-uh. Michigan State or Wisconsin? Nope. Nebraska on Jan. 27? That probably will be like the Lehigh match despite the Huskers’ current top-10 ranking. And Rider in February? Sorry.

No, the Nittany Lions’ home dual-meet season, which prepares them for the all-important postseason tournaments, won’t be all that exciting. A four-match road swing in early February against Iowa, Illinois, Pitt and Ohio State is another matter, of course.

But that’s a long way off and the old one-match-at-a-time adage certainly will come into play.

And one match at a time Friday night, Penn State pulled away.

That’s not to say that there weren’t competitive, interesting bouts on Friday. Indeed there were. But of the six matches that were closely contested, Penn State found a way to win four of them.

That was with a lineup still not intact as wrestlers at 133 and heavyweight will alternate matches for awhile, and Andrew Alton (149) is out with an ankle injury.

But that’s how good this team is, thanks to the Pennsylvania talent on a team blessed with depth. Eight PSU starters are from Pennsylvania, and six of Lehigh’s starters were as well. Had they all been holding their PIAA medals, the buyers who canvass the country buying gold and silver could have scalped a ticket and had as good a night as Penn State.

Coach Cael Sanderson has built a powerhouse, and it starts with a competitive wrestling room. Jordan Conaway, a redshirt freshman from New Oxford, scrambled for a late takedown to dump Biglerville neighbor Laike Gardner 3-2. Conaway came into the room as a 112-pound champ and worked his way up to a contender to start at 133. He might be a bit undersized but he proved he’ll be in the mix. “I was grateful for the opportunity to step out there in a Penn State singlet,” Conaway said.

James English is another great story. The redshirt senior from Central York had not stepped on the Rec Hall mats since November 2010 because of injuries and simply being behind guys like Frank Molinaro, last year’s NCAA champ who’s now coaching at Rutgers, and the Alton twins, Dylan and Andrew who had five PIAA medals between them.

But there was English Friday night, stopping 18th-ranked Shane Welsh with two third-period takedowns in a satisfying 5-2 victory.

“It’s not the first time James stepped out there and beat a ranked wrestler, and it probably won’t be the last,” Sanderson said.

“English has a great attitude. He truly wants to be here and that attitude is contagious. The more guys you can have in the room with that attitude, the better.

“To come back and wrestle after that shoulder injury ... he has that smirk on his face that you know he’s happy to be here, and that makes me smile,” Sanderson said.

English was one of four former District 3 wrestlers on the mat for State. Lehigh had two of its own in Gardner at 133 and Joey Napoli of Cumberland Valley, who is coming off a redshirt and a bump up to 157 from 149.

Napoli, a 2008 PIAA champ, faced Dylan Alton, who in 2009 won state gold by defeating Napoli in the finals. Napoli won 4-2, but it wasn’t that close as he dominated Alton in the third period en route to 2:35 in riding time and some great scrambles and counters.

It was certainly Lehigh’s highlight film of the night, and the win likely will put him in the top 10 at the weight class en route to his goal of NCAA champ.

Lehigh’s other solid chance for a big win was at 184 with two-time placewinner Robert Hamlin against NCAA champ Ed Ruth. The former Susquehanna Twp. athlete beat Hamlin in a summer exhibition match and started out by taking down Hamlin three times rather easily. But Hamlin, with a heavily taped broken thumb, became the aggressor and took Ruth down twice to close the gap to 11-9 but couldn’t convert another to tie.

“Ed started out incredible,” Sanderson said. “He got a little sloppy and Hamlin is very tough. That could be a national finals match, but you have to earn that.”

To earn a third straight NCAA crown, Sanderson said, you need to have “the right ingredients and support.

“And everything here at Penn State is everything you need,” he said.

Which is why people come. It’s not the desire to see a rout. It’s the desire to see the desire shown to earn the rout.

Until the postseason comes around, that’s more than enough.
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Cael has done an amazing job with this program. Nice to know he signed an extension and will be in the wrestling room for a lot of years to come.

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Cael has done an amazing job with this program. Nice to know he signed an extension and will be in the wrestling room for a lot of years to come.
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2-0 now, we whooped West Virginia 44-3.
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State wrestling team, holding the No. 1 spot on Intermat's TPI, rolled through West Virginia in the first road dual of the year for the team. The Nittany Lions, under the direction of head coach Cael Sanderson, used four pins to post the 44-3 victory in Morgantown.

Sophomore All-American Nico Megaludis (Murrysville, Pa.) got Penn State's its first dual meet pin of the year by getting a fall at the 5:53 mark over WVU's Gage Swartz. West Virginia picked up a tough win at 133 when No. 17 Colin Johnston battled to a 6-2 victory over Lion sophomore Nate Morgan (McCook, Neb.). Nittany Lion senior Bryan Pearsall (Lititz, Pa.0 then posted a superb 2-0 win over No. 19 Nathan Pennesi of West Virginia, using an escape and full third period ride-out to post the victory.

Senior James English (York, Pa.) continued Penn State's strong start with a dominant 8-0 major decision over WVU's Brutus Scheffel. English got the major with a 1:44 riding time edge. No. 2 Dylan Alton (Mill Hall, Pa.) turned a first period takedown quickly into a pin. Alton took WVU's Jason Luster down with just over :30 left in the opening period and swiftly turned him to his back for a fall at the 2:28 mark, giving Penn State a 19-3 lead midway through the dual.

Two-time All-American David Taylor (St. Paris, Ohio), ranked No. 2 at 165, put on a takedown clinic against West Virginia's Dominic Prezzia. He tallied eight takedowns on his way to a 20-5 technical fall at the 6:04 mark. Sophomore Matt Brown (West Valley City, Utah), ranked No. 4 nationally at 174, matched Alton's quick pin, turning a second period takedown into a swift pin over WVU's Ross Renzi at the 4:10 mark.

Two-time All-American Ed Ruth (Harrisburg, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 184, dominated West Virginia's Lance Bryson, rolling to an 11-1 major decision with 4:33 in riding time. Three-time All-American Quentin Wright (Wingate, Pa.), ranked No. 3 at 197, made short work of WVU's A.J. Vizcarrando. Wright caught Vizcarrando's shoulders early, getting the pin just :25 into the bout to put Penn State up 40-3. Nittany Lion sophomore Jimmy Lawson (Tom's River, N.J.) made his Penn State debut a fine one, rolling to a 9-0 major decision with 3:43 in riding time, giving Penn State the final 44-3 victory.
The Nittany Lions posted a 30-2 edge in takedowns and racked up 17 bonus points off four pins, three majors and a technical fall. Penn State is now 2-0 on the year while West Virginia falls to 1-2.

The Nittany Lions will take part in the 2012 Nittany Lion Open on Sunday, Dec. 2, beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Rec Hall (The NLO is NOT part of Penn State's season ticket package, tickets are sold at the door the day of the event). Penn State's next home dual is set for Sunday, Dec. 9, when the Indiana Hoosiers come to town for a 2 p.m. meeting. Penn State's full season of home duals is sold out but limited Standing Room Only tickets are available for select dual meets. For information on which duals have a limited number of SRO tickets available and to purchase tickets, fans can call 1-800-NITTANY or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office windows from 10 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at www.twitter.com/pennstateWREST and on Penn State Wrestling's facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling. The 2012-13 Penn State Wrestling season is presented by The Family Clothesline.

#1 Penn State 44, West Virginia 3
November 18, 2012 - Morgantown, W.Va.


125: #2 Nico Megaludis PSU pinned Gage Swartz WVU, WBF (5:53) 6-0
133: #17 Colin Johnston WVU dec. Nate Morgan PSU, 6-2 6-3
141: Bryan Pearsall PSU dec. #19 Nathan Pennesi WVU, 2-0 9-3
149: James English PSU maj. dec. Brutus Scheffel WVU, 8-0 13-3
157: #2 Dylan Alton PSU pinned Jason Luster WVU, WBF (2:28) 19-3
165: #2 David Taylor PSU tech. fall Dominic Prezzia WVU, 20-5 (6:04) 24-3
174: #4 Matt Brown PSU pinned Ross Renzi WVU, WBF (4:10) 30-3
184: #1 Ed Ruth PSU maj. dec. Lance Bryson WVU, 11-1 34-3
197: #3 Quentin Wright PSU pinned A.J. Vizcarrando WVU, WBF (0:25) 40-3
285: Jimmy Lawson PSU maj. dec. Phil Mandzik WVU, 9-0 44-3
Attendance: 1,631
Records: Penn State 2-0, 0-0 Big Ten; West Virginia 1-2
Up Next for Penn State: Nittany Lion Open, Sunday, Dec 2, 8:30 a.m., Rec Hall


BOUT-BY-BOUT:

125: All-American Nico Megaludis (Murrysville, Pa.), ranked No. 2 at 125, met West Virginia's Gage Swartz. Megaludis used a quick ankle pick to take Swartz down and, after cutting him loose, took him down again to lead 4-1 less than :40 into the bout. Megaludis rode Swartz for a bit, cut him loose and took him down a third time. Another cut and another takedown and Megaludis led 8-3 at the 1:00 mark. The Nittany Lion sophomore ended the first period with five takedowns and a 13-4 lead thanks to three late back points. Swartz chose down to start the second period and Megaludis quickly took him down to up his lead to 15-4. Megaludis worked his way to a near pin, grabbed the three near fall points and led 18-4 after two. Megaludis chose top to start the third period, looking to turn the WVU grappler for a pin. Megaludis turned Swartz quickly and then spent a minute working for the fall, finally getting the pin at the 5:53 mark.

133: Sophomore Nate Morgan (McCook, Neb.) took to the mat against Colin Johnston, who was ranked No. 17 at 133. The bout was Morgan's first in 19 months after red-shirting last season with an injury. The duo battled evenly for the entire first period, with neither man finding an opening to score. Tied 0-0, Johnston chose down to start the second stanza. Morgan put together a nice ride to start the second period, maintaining control of the ranked Mountaineer for a full minute before Johnston escaped to a 1-0 lead. Johnston countered with a quick low double that led to a takedown on the edge of the mat, giving him a 3-0 lead. Morgan quickly escaped and quickly turned into Johnston, forcing the action. Johnston held that lead into the third period and Morgan chose down to start the final stanza. The Lion sophomore was struggling to work his way out of the hold when had had to take an injury timeout, giving Johnston the choice. Johnston chose down and Morgan was able to control him long enough to build his riding time edge to 1:01. Morgan cut him loose to a 4-1 lead and then got in on a high single. But Johnston was able to work out of bounds and the bout resumed at 1:08 with Johnston in the lead. Morgan continued to shoot in on Johnston but the Mountaineer was able to counter his shot and got another takedown to up his lead to 6-1. Morgan added a late escape but dropped a tough 6-2 decision.

141: Senior Bryan Pearsall (Lititz, Pa.) took on No. 19 Nathan Pennesi at 141. Pearsall set the early tempo, taking quick shots and forcing Pennesi back for the first minute-plus. Pennesi tried to connect on a high double at the 1:05 mark but Pearsall turned the move into a front headlock that lead to a stalemate with :45 left in the opening period. Pennesi nearly scored on a low single with :04 left but action moved out of bounds and the bout moved to the second period tied 0-0. Pearsall chose down to start the second stanza and quickly escaped to a 1-0 lead just :16 in. Pennesi rolled into a double leg that Pearsall looked to counter on the edge of the mat. Pearsall fought off a near pin and then rolled through, countering the move for a scoring chance of his own. But a stalemate stopped action and the Lion still led 1-0 with :05 on the clock. Trailing by one, Pennesi chose down to start the third period. Pearsall put together a strong ride to start the period, keeping the control of Pennesi for the first minute and then working for a chance to turn the Mountaineer for back points. The Lion senior continued his dominant ride, pushing his riding time edge over 1:00. He continued the strong work for the entire period, riding the ranked Mountaineer out and, with the riding time point (1:43), posted the strong 2-0 win.

149: With No. 6 Andrew Alton (Mill Hall, Pa.) again held out of the line-up, senior James English (York, Pa.) took to the mat at 149 to meet Mountaineer Brutus Scheffel. English notched the first takedown, using a high single to work Scheffel to the mat and picking up the takedown at with :22 left in the opening period. A short ride-out gave English a 2-0 lead after one period. English chose down to start the second period and quickly escaped to a 3-0 lead. The duo traded shots over the course of the middle period until English turned a low single into his second takedown with :25 left in the period. Another ride-out gave English a 5-0 lead heading into the third period. Scheffel chose neutral to start the third period but English continued to set the offensive tempo. English snapped down on a quick Scheffel shot for another takedown and a7-0 lead. English rode Scheffel out and, with 1:44 in riding time, posted the 8-0 major.

157: All-American Dylan Alton (Mill Hall, Pa.), ranked No. 2 at 157, faced off against Jason Luster. Alton and Luster wrestled even-up for the first half of the opening period. Neither wrestler connected on slight offensive chances until Alton turned a high single into a quick pin at the 2:28 mark. Alton turned the takedown into the pin in less than :05.

165: Defending National Champion David Taylor (St. Paris, Ohio), ranked No. 2 at 165, met WVU's Dominic Prezzia. Taylor pressured Prezzia to the edge of the mat as the Mountaineer wrestled on the edge of the mat for nearly two minutes before Taylor took a 2-0 lead with a low ankle pick. Taylor then began taking Prezzia down and cutting him loose, building up a 6-2 lead before turning him to his back for two near fall points and an 8-3 lead after a Prezzia escape. Taylor used an under hook for another takedown and this time, Taylor rode the Mountaineer out for a 10-3 lead and 1:04 in riding time after one period. Taylor chose down to start the second period and quickly escaped to an 11-3 lead. A high double gave the Lion a 13-4 lead after another cut. Taylor scored immediately off the reset and led 15-4 with 1:00 on the clock. Taylor cut Prezzia loose and then countered a shot to get another takedown and lead 17-5 after two. Prezzia chose neutral to start the third, but Taylor was undaunted, getting another takedown quickly. Prezzia gave up a stall point and Taylor rolled to the 20-5 technical fall at the 6:04 mark.

174: Sophomore Matt Brown (West Valley City, Utah), ranked No. 4 at 174, took on Mountaineer Ross Renzi. In steady fashion, Brown worked his offense to an open shot and a takedown just over two minutes into the opening period. Leading 2-0, Brown then controlled Renzi for :43 seconds before Renzi escaped. Brown circled around for another takedown and a 4-1 lead with :28 on the clock. The Nittany Lion sophomore then rode Renzi out to hold that lead with 1:14 in riding time after one period. Brown chose down to start the second period and quickly escaped to a 5-1 lead. A relentless Brown notched his third takedown of the bout early in the second period, upping his lead to 7-2 after a Renzi escape. Brown added another takedown and then quickly turned Renzi to his back for a pin at the 4:10 mark.

184: Defending 174-pound National Champion Ed Ruth (Harrisburg, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at his new weight of 184, met WVU junior Lance Bryson. Ruth gained control of Bryson early, getting a takedown and putting together a strong ride early in the first period. Ruth cut Bryson loose to a 2-1 lead and action resumed in the center circle. Ruth circled around a low Bryson shot for another takedown and a 4-1 lead. The two-time All-American controlled Bryson for the rest of the period to carry that lead into the second period. Ruth chose down to start the middle stanza and quickly escaped to a 5-1 lead. He then used a low single to open up a 7-1 lead with 1:32 on the clock. Another strong Ruth ride by Ruth lasted the rest of the period and the Lion junior led 7-1 with a clinched riding time point (3:17). Bryon chose neutral to start the third period and nearly took Ruth down with a quick shot. But Ruth was able to hop out of trouble and gain control of the Mountaineer for another takedown and a 9-1 lead. Ruth picked up a stall point and, with the ride-out and point, posted a dominating 11-1 major decision with 4:33 in riding time.

197: Three-time All-American Quentin Wright (Wingate, Pa.), ranked No. 3 at his new weight of 197, battled A.J. Vizcarrando. Wright caught Vizcarrando's shoulders early, turned the Mountaineer to his back and picked up a stunningly fast pin at the 0:25 mark of the first period.

285: Sophomore Jimmy Lawson (Tom's River, N.J.) made his Penn State wrestling debut in the dual against WVU senior Phil Mandzik. The two big men battled evenly for nearly two minutes until Lawson used a quick shot to gain control of Mandzik and get his first takedown as a Nittany Lion, pushing out to a 2-0 lead. Lawson rode Mandzik out and led 2-0 with 1:12 riding time after one period. Mandzik chose neutral to start the second but Lawson was quick to take control, using a single leg to trip Mandzik to the mat and up his lead to 4-1 with another takedown. Lawson put together another rideout and led 4-0 with 2:47 in riding time after two periods. He chose down to start the third stanza and quickly escaped to a 5-0 lead. Continuing his offensive prowess, Lawson used a nice single leg to up his lead to 7-0 and clinch the riding time point. Lawson picked up a stall point and then another ride-out with the riding time point gave him a strong 9-0 major decision.
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State wrestling team, holding the No. 1 spot on Intermat's TPI, shut-out visiting Indiana 52-0 in the Big Ten dual meet opener for each team. The Nittany Lions collected six pins and sophomore Jon Gingrich (Wingate, Pa.) tallied the evening's biggest win with a victory at heavyweight for head coach Cael Sanderson.

With over 6,100 fans packing sold-out Rec Hall, Penn State put on a pinning show to begin the match. The Nittany Lions notched four straight falls on their way to a 27-0 halftime lead.
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State wrestling team, holding the No. 1 spot on Intermat's TPI, racked up four pins on its way to a decisive win over visiting Lock Haven. The Nittany Lions won nine of ten bouts to roll to a 42-3 win in a sold out Rec Hall. The day was highlighted by by four military heroes being honored at halftime of Military Appreciation Day.

With nearly 6,300 fans once again in attendance, the Nittany Lions of head coach Cael Sanderson's team dominated the competition. All-American Nico Megaludis (Murrysville, Pa.), ranked No. 2 at 125, got things started in fast fashion by pinning LHU's Bobby Rehm at the 4:10 mark. Red-shirt freshman Jordan Conaway (Abbottstown, Pa.) remained unbeaten in duals for Penn State, picking up a 13-3 major over Matt Bryer at 133.

Lock Haven then picked up its lone win over the dual when Dan Neff posted a 9-4 decision over Nittany Lion senior Bryan Pearsall (Lititz, Pa.) at 141. No. 5 Andrew Alton (Mill Hall, Pa.) notched a hard-fought 10-6 win over LHU's Mac Maldarelli at 149 to put Penn State up 13-3. All-American Dylan Alton (Mill Hall, Pa.), ranked No. 5 at 157, then downed Lock Haven's Jake Kemerer 5-2 to send Penn State into the halftime break leading 16-3.

All-American David Taylor (St. Paris, Ohio), ranked No. 2 at 165, got a second period pin over Lock Haven's Aaron McKinney, getting the fall at 4:41. Taylor's pin was followed up by sophomore Matt Brown (West Valley City, Utah). Brown, ranked No. 3 at 174, got a pin at the 1:37 mark over Zach Heffner to up Penn State's lead to 28-3. All-American Ed Ruth (Harrisburg, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 184, posted a dominating 17-2 technical fall (4:55) over Fred Garcia. Senior All-American Quentin Wright (Wingate, Pa.), ranked No. 3 at 197, pinned Phil Sprenkle at the 6:10 mark and Jimmy Lawson (Tom's River, N.J.), ranked No. 15 at 285, downed LHU's Harry Turner 5-1 to close out the dual and give Penn State the 42-3 win.

Penn State rolled up a 27-6 edge in takedowns in winning nine of ten bouts. The Lions' four pins, tech fall and major gave the team 15 bonus points. Penn State is now 4-0 on the year, 1-0 in Big Ten duals. Lock Haven falls to 1-2.

The Nittany Lions will now prep for defense of their Southern Scuffle title. Penn State will take part in the 2013 Southern Scuffle, featuring perhaps the nation's strongest field in a team-scored in-season tournament, on Jan. 1-2, 2013, at UT-Chattanooga. Penn State's next home dual is set for Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, at 2 p.m. in Rec Hall. Penn State's full season of home duals was sold out prior to the season opener, but limited SRO tickets are available for select dual meets. For information on which duals have a limited number of SRO tickets available and to purchase tickets, fans can call 1-800-NITTANY or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office windows from 10 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at www.twitter.com/pennstateWREST and on Penn State Wrestling's facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling.
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Another dominating performance. Maybe it's time to move the wrestling matches to BJC and move the men's basketball back to Rec Hall.

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Another dominating performance. Maybe it's time to move the wrestling matches to BJC and move the men's basketball back to Rec Hall.
As you probably know, there has been discussion of moving wrestling to BJC. It's a mixed bag, pro and a lot of cons.

Rec Hall provides the intimate environment that fans (and Cael) really appreciate. That would be lost in the BJC.
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I was reading the Alton brothers got arrested for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and harassment. Should/will Cael suspend them for breaking team rules?
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Alton brothers are suspended until Jan 22

And PSU keeps dominating; they had another shutout yesterday against Michigan State.
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