Rec Hall (pictured above, right) is home to some of the most knowledgeable and loyal wrestling fans in the nation. Thousands of blue clad supporters regularly turn out to cheer on the Nittany Lions. Penn State annually averages over 2,500 fans at dual meets and has played host to both conference and national championship events. Penn State wrestlers also take advantage of spacious strength training facilities, practice room, athletic medical facilities and academic support centers housed in the venerable fieldhouse to maximize their talents. The Lorenzo Wrestling Complex, recently completed and widely considered among the best in the nation, gives Penn State athletesa world class facility to train in.
Rec Hall also recently underwent renovations and improvements to enhance its nostalgic appearance including new state-of-the-art scoreboards and new seating. Penn State has committed more than $145 million across the board to continue to keep all of the Nittany Lions’ athletic facilities among the best in the nation.
Penn State completed the nation’s finest wrestlingfacilities prior to the start of the 2006-07 season.Named the Lorenzo Wrestling Complex, the reno-vation and expansion of the facility encompassed over 24,000-square feet of space, including the practice room, weight room, locker room and support space. The entire renovation more thandoubled the size of the former wrestling room.State of the art from top to bottom and from start to finish, the Lorenzo Wrestling Complex has risen to become the jewel of the collegiatewrestling landscape and gives Nittany Lionwrestlers the best possible working environment.