Penn State Releases 2019-20 Schedule

Four-time defending national champs Penn State have released their complete 2019-20 schedule.

The Nittany Lions carry a 59-match winning streak into this season and will once again have 14 dual meets. The national record for consecutive matches won is 76, held by Oklahoma State.

Check out the complete schedule below.

Date

Team

Location

Nov. 10

Navy

State College, PA

Nov. 17

Black Knight Invitational

West Point, NY

Nov. 22

Arizona State

Tempe, AZ

Dec. 6

Lehigh

Bethlehem, PA

Dec. 8

Penn

State College, PA

Jan. 10

Illinois

Champaign, IL

Jan. 12

Northwestern

State College, PA

Jan. 19

Rutgers

State College, PA

Jan. 24

Nebraska

Lincoln, NE

Jan. 31

Iowa

Iowa City, IA

Feb. 2

Maryland

State College, PA

Feb. 7

Wisconsin

Madison, WI

Feb. 9

Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN

Feb. 15

Ohio State (BJC)

State College, PA

Feb. 23

American

State College, PA

Mar. 7-8

Big Ten Championships

Piscataway, NJ

Mar. 19-21

NCAA Championships

Minneapolis, MN

PSU's out-of-conference schedule includes matches against Navy, American, and Penn at Rec Hall, a little taste of the EIWA. They also make a short trip to Lehigh and a long trip out to face Arizona State.

The annual dual at the Bryce Jordan Center will be against Ohio State on February 15. The last time they faced the Buckeyes at home it was in Rec Hall.

For the second time in four years, they won't be going to the Southern Scuffle. Their only tournament of the year will be the Black Knight Invitational in West Point on November 17. Similar to the Keystone Classic that they attended the past few years, the Army tournament will be single day and only D1 competition.

The big gap between the December 8 dual against Penn and the January 10 dual at Illinois likely points to them sending a good group to the Senior Nationals/Olympic Team Trials qualifier in December. That event essentially replaces the U.S. Open and will be in Fort Worth, TX, on December 20-22.

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