Nittany Lions have six place winners in Binghamton
Florida’s Richie McClanahan joins the Nittany Lions and will look to compete at 149 pounds. McClanahan never finished any lower than third in the state for four straight seasons, including winning one title and being a two-time finalist. McClanahan was a runner-up at 120 for J.R. Arnold as a freshman, won a state title at 126 as a sophomore and finished third twice (132 as a junior and 138 as a senior). J.R. Arnold won districts, county and regional titles as a team all four years. McClanahan amassed a gaudy 242-12 record with 158 pins as a four year starter. He also lettered in swimming three times and weight-lifting once. McClanahan is considering a kinesiology major. He is the son of Caroline and Rich McClanahan and has one sister, Nina.
Caroline and Rich McClanahan -- Major: Division of Undergraduate Studies