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Roger Moore | NCAA.com | March 19, 2017

Penn State wins sixth title in seven years

Penn State wins the 2017 DI Wrestling Championship

The Big Ten's, and more recently Penn State's, dominance in the world of Division I wrestling continues, as the Nittany Lions ran away to the 2017 national championship in St. Louis. The win was their sixth in seven years, and the 11th in a row for the conference.

Penn State wrestlers stole the show to close out the four-day event, with champions at 149, 157, 165, 174 and 184 pounds. Scroll through below to relive all the action at the Scottrade Center.

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