Maryland wrestling will travel to University Park, Pennsylvania, this weekend for the Big Ten wrestling championship.
The 10 Terps set to complete include Zach Spence (125 pounds), Jason Cockrell (133), Danny Bertoni (141), Michael North (149), Michael Doetsch (157), Jonathan Spadafora (165), Philip Spadafora (174), Kyle Cochran (184), Jaron Smith (197) and Garrett Kappes (285).
The event will take place on Saturday and Sunday at the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State University. Session I on Saturday will be at 10:00a.m. EDT, Session II Saturday will be at 7:30p.m., Session III on Sunday will be at 12:00p.m. and Session IV on Sunday will be at 4:00p.m. It will be broadcast nationally on the Big Ten Network.
This season was tough for the Terps, finishing the regular season with a record of 0-8 and being shut out by Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State and Penn State. No Maryland wrestler is seeded higher than 11th.
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