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Penn State Wrestling shuts down Rutgers, 35-3

Top-ranked Penn State won nine of 10 matches against Rutgers, including two falls and a technical. The Nittany Lions won 35-3 at home at the Bryce Jordan Center on Monday, February 12.

First period: No goals at half-time. Double unders from Peterson but Davis counters out of position. Peterson maintains the double unders but can’t score as Davis blocks the position with his head. No score.

Second period: Peterson starts on the bottom and gets up but Davis lets him back down. Davis kicks out in 52 seconds for an escape and the first point. Shot by Peterson but Davis sprawls and the action returns to neutral. Peterson leads 1-0 as time expires.

Third period: Davis goes down low and escapes in three seconds to tie the score, 1-1. Davis hits a single right and splits the middle but Peterson counters over the top. Shin Wizzer from Peterson, then he goes near the rim and gets two counts for neutral danger as time expires.

Sudden Victory: Drive past Davis 18 seconds later and he scores immediately after passing for a double.

Penn State 3, Rutgers 0

133: #9 Dylan Shawver, Rutgers Dec. #5 Aaron Nagao, Penn State, 9-6 SV

First period: High crotch to a Shawver double with 1:53 left and an escape with 1:44 left. Nagao’s low misdirection single then wins the scrum with 1:08 left. Nagao leads 4-3. Shawver gets up and rolls but potentially dangerous is called out. Nagao ends the period on top and leads 4-3.

Second period: Shawver chose neutral. Stall warning on Shawver with 36 seconds left in Nagao, makes a low shot that ultimately qualifies as potentially dangerous. Nagao takes a late shot but time expires.

Third period: Nagao starts down low and escapes in six seconds. Shawver crosses the body for a high crotch to a double then Nagao escapes. Score tied, 6-6. Nagao fires a shot with a long head-to-toe scramble that ultimately qualifies as potentially dangerous. Nagao takes an errant shot with 20 seconds remaining but time is running out.

Sudden Victory: Dive shot and Shawver jumps out of the way and gets the takedown in 21 seconds.

Penn State 3, Rutgers 3

141: #1 Beau Bartlett, Penn State Dec. Max Hermes Rutgers, 4-1

First period: No goals at half-time. Bartlett performed a front headlock, but the stalemate was called with 17 seconds remaining. No score. Bartlett escapes in 26 seconds for the first point of the match.

Second period: Bartlett starts down low and Hermes asks to clinch with a head and arm position. Bartlett escapes for the first and only moment of the period.

Third period: Hermes starts down, gets up and escapes with 1:22 left. Bartlett tries a knee strike but stays out. Bartlett gets a front headlock and gets a right side comeback for a last second takedown.

First period: Kasak hits a slide-by from the right side 20 seconds into the period for a 3-0 lead. Cetta gets up and escapes with 2:04 left. Kasak comes out the back door and scores another takedown with 1:26 left for a 6-1 lead. Kasak goes to work with a wing but Cetta eventually escapes.

Second period: Cetta starts on the bottom but Kasak works hard on top with an arm bar. Deadlock called with 1:21 left. Cetta gets a reversal on a standing switch with 1:12 left. Kasak leads, 6-4. Cetta works hard at the top and sends Kasak back twice to close the period in the lead.

Third period: Kasak starts down low and Cetta comes up with an intentional clearance to start the period. Kasak leads, 7-4. Stall warning against Kasak as Cetta shoots and the action goes out of bounds with 22 seconds left. Stall call against Kasak makes it 7-5 as time expires.

Penn State 9, Rutgers 3

157: #1 Levi Haines, Penn State FALL Dylan Weaver, Rutgers, 1:29

First period: Haines hits a high crotch and scores with 2:33 left. Haines gets up on an armbar and a wristlock, Weaver almost gets out of it but Haines stays on top. Haines locks in a cradle and gets the pinfall with 1:31 left.

Penn State 15, Rutgers 3

165: #7 Mitchell Mesenbrink, Penn State Tech fall Anthony White, Rutgers, 18-3

First period: Mesenbrink scores a takedown with 2:10 left after a scrum then works from the top. Mesenbrink gives the escape and scores another three with 1:18 left. Stall White with 20 seconds remaining. Mesenbrink works hard and finishes with a 6-1 lead.

Second period: White starts at the bottom. Caler on Mesenbrink then gives up a breakaway with 1:23 remaining. Mesenbrink nails an arm smash for a 9-2 lead. The stall warning against White gives Mesenbrink a 10-2 lead.

Third period: Mesenbrink starts down low and escapes to take an 11-2 lead. Mesenbrink scores on a comeback for a 14-2 lead with 1:20 followed by an escape. Double right and transitions to the right side for a 17-3 lead. The stall warning against White gives Mesenbrink an 18-3 victory.

Penn State 20, Rutgers 3

174: Terrell Barraclough, Penn State Dec. #16 Jackson Turley, Rutgers, 4-3

First period: Turley strikes first with a takedown for a 3-0 lead. Barraclough escapes with 1:25 left.

Second half: Barraclough starts down low. Turley gets a count off the whistle and Barraclough gets a reversal with 1:36 left to tie the game, 3-3. Barraclough exceeds the period and accumulates 49 seconds of driving time.

Third period: Turley starts down low and takes over a minute in the first 11 seconds. Driving time assured for Barraclough with 53 seconds remaining. Barraclough puts the leg as Turley tries to pass. Barraclough keeps Turley flat on the mat and wins 4-3 with riding time.

Penn State 23, Rutgers 3

184: #7 Bernie Truax, Penn State Dec. Shane Cartagena-Walsh, Rutgers, 7-0

First period: Truax hits a sweep single, leg up, and finishes the takedown for three. Lockup on SCW with 1:15 to play. Second stall call on SCW with 25 seconds left, making the score 4-0.

Second period: Truax starts down low and escapes in four seconds to lead 5-0. A stall call on SCW makes the score 6-0.

Third period: SCW starts neutral. Stall warning against Truax with 53 seconds remaining. Truax wins 7-0 with driving time.

Penn State 26, Rutgers 3

197: #1 Aaron Brooks, Penn State FALL Michael Toranzo, 1:45

First period: Brooks scores on a low shot with 2:20 left for a 3-0 lead. Brooks secures a fall with an armbar in 1:45.

285: Lucas Cochran, Penn State Dec. #10 Yara Slavikouski, Rutgers, 8-3

First period: No goals at half-time. Cochran hits a single and scores at the rim with 1:05 left. Slavikouski escapes with 25 to play.

Second period: Cochran goes down and escapes to take a 4-1 lead. Cochran hits a simple right, puts it aside, brings it back to center and potentially dangerous is called out.

Third period: Slavikouski starts from the bottom and escapes to cut the lead in half. Cochran gets the back leg and gets another takedown for a 7-2 lead. Slavikouski escapes but Cochran has exactly one minute of driving time. Cochran wins, 8-3

Penn State 35, Rutgers 3

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