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WATCH: PSU’s Starocci, Haines, Bravo-Young Discuss Championship Wins

Penn State Wrestling: Roman Bravo-Young
Photo by Eddie Provident, Nittany Sports Now

Penn State’s wrestlers are happy to win the Big Ten championship.

Winning a conference tournament is always a good thing, especially when it’s the best conference in America and after a four year drought, which Penn State experienced.

But for both individual and team glory, the national championships, scheduled for March 16-18 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are what matters most.

“It feels good,” Carter Starocci, who won his second straight Big Ten championship at 174 pounds, said, “but in 10 days, or whatever it is, that’s what we really care about.”

Hear more from Starocci and fellow Big Ten individual champions Levi Haines (157) and Roman Bravo-Young (133) below.

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