IOWA CITY, Iowa – The 2019-20 schedule released Wednesday by the University of Iowa wrestling program includes home duals against five schools that finished in the top 10 at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, and Penn State all visit Carver-Hawkeye Arena this season. Ohio State (Jan. 24) and Penn State (Jan. 31), the top two teams at the NCAA Championships last year, visit Iowa City on consecutive Friday nights in January.
The Hawkeyes host Oklahoma State on Sunday, Feb. 23, one day after the finals of the Iowa high school state wrestling tournament.
Nebraska (Jan. 18) and Minnesota (Feb. 15) occupy Saturday night slots on the Hawkeyes’ schedule.
The complete home schedule includes seven dates. Iowa opens the dual season hosting Tennessee-Chattanooga on Nov. 17. Wisconsin visits Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Dec. 1.
The complete schedule is available at hawkeyesports.com. Television information will be announced at a later date.
Season tickets for the 2019-20 season are available for purchase online at hawkeyesports.com and over the phone at 1-800-IA-HAWKS. Season tickets are $85 for public and $73 for faculty/staff. The deadline for season ticket renewals is Sept. 13. New season ticket holders can beginning purchasing tickets as of today, but will not select their seats until October. Single dual tickets will also be available for purchase in October.
- Iowa’s Nov. 17 dual against Tennessee-Chattanooga is the season opener.
- The Wisconsin dual on Dec. 1 is the Iowa’s Big Ten opener. The Hawkeyes have nine Big Ten duals, five at Carver-Hawkeye Arena and four on the road.
- Iowa’s Big Ten road duals include trips to Indiana, Purdue, Michigan, and Michigan State.
- Iowa returns to the Midlands Championships on Dec. 29-30. The Hawkeyes have won six straight Midlands team titles.
- The Hawkeyes host senior night Sunday, Feb. 23 against Oklahoma State.
- The Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series is Sunday, Nov. 24 at Iowa State.
- The Big Ten Championships are March 7-8 in Piscataway, New Jersey.
- The NCAA Championships are March 19-21 in Minneapolis