If anyone had forgotten about Casey Kent last year, his performance in the 2015-16 season has served to jog their memories.
It was a mistake to leave 174-pound senior Casey Kent unseeded.
It became a mistake Kent made his opponents pay for.
After watching his teammates struggle on the second day of the NCAA wrestling championships, 174-pounder Casey Kent made his opponents pay.
For the most part, Penn wrestling lives to fight another day at the NCAA Championships.
In collegiate wrestling, there exists a great disconnect between the NCAA and the Ivy League in their policies.
On Thursday, four Penn wrestlers will enter the world’s most famous arena for the year’s final tournament. If they have their way they won’t be leaving until Saturday, with a medal in their hands.
It’s still unclear if Penn women’s basketball will qualify for the NCAA Tournament, but one team on campus already got a little taste of March Madness.
The road to NCAAs runs through Princeton.