Bo Nickal has been one of Penn State’s most impressive and prolific scorers ever since he arrived five years ago.
Right away, Nickal showed his prowess and what he was capable of as he downed a ranked opponent, then No. 3 Zach Epperly of Virginia Tech, in just his second ever dual meet appearance for the Nittany Lions.
Since then, the Allen, Texas, native has continued to dominate and became a three-time All-American and two-time NCAA champion in the process.
On Tuesday night, he further cemented his place in the annals of Penn State wrestling history when he won his 100th career match, and did so in just his 103rd bout.
His three career losses, two of which came at the hands of Ohio State’s Myles Martin, have been by just a combined five points.
The senior became the 34th wrestler in program history to reach the mark when he beat Josh Roetman of Navy in the quarterfinals of the 2019 Southern Scuffle by fall at the 1:47 mark.
Nickal is currently 10-0 this year, securing bonus points in all 10 of his wins this season and in 77 of his 100 career wins.