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Wrestler Teasdale leaves Penn State for now |

Wrestler Teasdale leaves Penn State for now

| Tuesday, November 20, 2018 11:03 p.m

One of Penn State’s top wrestling recruits from the 2017-18 class, Jefferson-Morgan’s Gavin Teasdale, announced on Twitter he has withdrawn from school because of health issues.

The four-time PIAA Class AA champion and Tribune-Review Wrestler of the Year did not attend a recent media session.

Gavin Teasdale‏ (@Teasdale_Gavin) said in the tweet: “I have left Penn State this fall semester for health issues. I will be returning to Penn State University this January at full capacity.”

Teasdale was expected to compete for starting spot at 125 pounds.

Blue White Illustrated (@BWIonRivals) reported on Twitter a spokesman from the wrestling team confirmed to BWI that blue-chip freshman Gavin Teasdale “has withdrawn from school for the fall semester for personal reasons and is no longer on the Penn State wrestling roster.”

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