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Glenn Pritzlaff



Pritzlaff wrestled for Penn State University and captured an NCAA Division I National Championship title in 1999. It was the second time Pritzlaff would achieve All-American status for the Nittany Lions and capped a stellar collegiate career that saw him finish with 135 career victories, a Big-10 Conference Championship, and all Big-10 Honors.

In addition to Glenn's accomplishments on the mat for Penn State, he also excelled in the classroom, being named to the Big-10 All-Academic Team three consecutive seasons.

A native of Middletown, Glenn wrestled for Middletown South High School and won three NJSIAA State Tournament Championships, being named the most outstanding wrestler in his final two years and a four-time All-State selection.

He finished his high school career with a four-year record of 146-4. Glenn also earned a University Freestyle Championship in 1996, won the USA Junior Freestyle Championship in 1994, and was the USA FILA World Junior Freestyle champ in 1994.

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