Penn State wrestling’s string of dominance in the B1G is not going anywhere anytime soon. The Nittany Lions flexed their muscle once again, this time in a 29-9 road dual win over Ohio State in Columbus.

The dual actually started out in fantastic fashion for the Buckeyes. Malik Heinselman notched a fall over Gary Steen at 125 pounds to open the scoring for Ohio State.

However, the rest of the match was an impressive display by Penn State. Levi Haines at 157 pounds turned the first big swing for Penn State, notching a major decision to give the Nittany Lions a 10-9 lead at halftime.


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Alex Facundo (174) and Aaron Brooks (184) notched narrow wins but the highlights down the stretch belonged to Max Dean (197) and Greg Kerkvliet (Heavyweight). Dean notched a fall off a bow and arrow hold while Kerkvliet won a major decision with a 9-0 that included a massive takedown.

Per the BTN broadcast, Penn State’s win gives the Nittany Lions 40 straight dual meet wins. Penn State is now 12-0 overall this season while Ohio State falls to 11-2 with its first loss in B1G play.