Penn State wrestling gained a commitment from a wrestler with valuable collegiate experience Monday.
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Within the last 13 days, Penn State has lost two of its veteran wrestlers, one to retirement and another to the University of Virginia.
Phil Davis suffered a similar fate to Vadim Nemkov on Friday after the two faced off in a rematch for the first time in three years.
After suffering multiple injuries throughout his tenure at Penn State, Brady Berge announced Wednesday he would no longer be wrestling at the collegiate level.
After injury defaulting out of the NCAA Tournament, one of Penn State's most experienced wrestlers is stepping away from the sport.