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Wes Phipps
Wes Phipps


Grove City, Pa.

High School:
Grove City





MATCH NOTES: #5 Penn State Hosts #17 Lehigh in Sold Out Rec Hall Sunday

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NOTES: Penn State Ready for 2014 NCAA Wrestling Championships

Sanderson's Lions seeking fourth straight NCAA team crown


NOTES: No. 1 Penn State Ready for 2014 Big Ten Wrestling Championships

Nittany Lion wrestlers looking for fourth straight Big Ten title


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19th-straight home sell out to send off senior class in dual finale


NOTES: #1 Penn State Hosts #5 Oklahoma State in Showcase Non-Conference Dual

Sold out Rec Hall will welcome Cowboys to Penn State for first time since 1996.

Sophomore Wes Phipps played an integral role in Penn State's dual meet season and NCAA title run last year, posting a 5-4 mark. His record included a 2-2 record in dual meets as a red-shirt freshman. Phipps will now compete for a starting spot for the Nittany Lions, looking to build upon a strong season in 2013-14. Parents: Sandy and Ed Phipps -- Major: Division of Undergraduate Studies.

Lion Career
Made Penn State dual meet debut on 11/24 in sold out Rec Hall, dropping hard fought 3-1 decision to #19 Fred Garcia of Lock Haven...picked up first career dual win with 9-1 major over Boston's Aaron Conrad, then downed Pitt's Aaron Rothwell in front of sold out BJC crowd on 12/8, notching a 13-3 major...moved up to 197 and battled #5 Nick Heflin of Ohio State to a hard-fought 3-1 loss on 12/15 in Big Ten dual debut...went 3-2 in Southern Scuffle including 13-8 win over #9 Boaz Beard of Iowa State.

Red-shirt season...went 13-9 in open tournaments...2-2 at Clarion Open on 11/4...3-3 at F&M Open on 1/5...2-1 at Hitchcock Open on 1/20...3-2 at Edinboro Open on 2/9...2-2 at National Collegiate Open on 2/24...collected a pin, a tech fall and three majors during the course of his red-shirt campaign.

High School/Personal:
Phipps was a four-time PIAA place winner and won a state title as a senior. Phipps placed fifth, third, second and first at Grove City High School. He left GCHS with a superb 144-14 record. 11 of those losses came as a high school freshman. Nationally, he was Freshman Nationals runner-up, placed third at Junior Nationals and on the Dapper Dan squad as well. Phipps was a four-year letterman at running back, was a first team All-State selection on the gridiron and was the PIAA District 10 Player of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year. He is the son of Sandy and Ed Phipps and is planning on majoring in Criminal Justice.

Career Statistics
2012-13 Red Shirt Season
2013-14 5-4 2-2 (0-1) 3-2 (0-0/0-0) 0-0 0-1 3-0 8
Career 5-4 2-2 (0-1) 3-2 (0-0/0-0) 0-0 0-1 3-0 8
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