With a demanding course load, the underclassman could’ve done what most Ivy League athletes would do — focus on his studies and come back to the team the following year. But Brooks Martino isn’t like most Ivy League athletes.
In a star-studded competition, including 22 ranked wrestlers and a defending national champion, there was no match more anticipated, by Penn fans and college wrestling fans alike, than the 184 pound final bout in Sunday’s Keystone Classic.
The Palestra will see some serious star power on Sunday. Penn wrestling will host the Keystone Classic tournament, welcoming Drexel, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, and Stanford, among others.