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Ohio State Wrestling — Follow Along Through the NCAAs

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Day Two of the 2019 NCAA Wrestling Championships is currently underway in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

At the moment, the Buckeyes are in second place behind Penn State.

Below is the Ohio State wrestling Twitter feed, which provides updates through every minute of action. You can follow along throughout the weekend as a number of Buckeyes vie for national titles.

You can also follow along on our fan forum, which is all over the action right now.

[Update 3:55 pm: Five Buckeyes are headed for the semis. See below the Twitter feed for OSU’s release.]

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Five Buckeyes took the mat for the NCAA Quarterfinals on Friday and all five walked off as victors with a reservation booked for the Semifinals to be aired live on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET. In addition, Te’Shan Campbell continued his hometown run with two more wrestleback wins.

*updated brackets & complete team standings are attached

The Ohio State semifinalists include:  Micah Jordan (149 lbs), Myles Martin (184 lbs), Joey McKenna (141 lbs), Kollin Moore (197 lbs) and Luke Pletcher (133 lbs).

BUCKEYES BITS | SESSION III EDITION

? Pletcher avenged an early-season loss to Pittsburgh’s Micky Phillippi.

? McKenna has bonus-ed his way to the semifinals with a tech fall and two major decisions.

? Jordan came up a lone tally shy of also posting three bonus-point wins with a 10-3 decision.

? Martin (23-0) is one of just 10 undefeated wrestlers remaining.

? Martin pulled even with Logan Stieber (2012-15) and Mitch Clark (1993-98) at 119 career wins, good for 12th-best in OSU lore.

? Moore racked up 17 points in a 17-11 quarterfinals shootout.

? Campbell knocked off his second top-13 opponent of the week.

TEAM STANDINGS AFTER SESSION III
Penn State 80.0

Ohio State 65.5

Oklahoma State 56.0

Iowa 43.5

Michigan 40.0

COMPLETE BOUT RESULTS 
125 LBS | Malik Heinselman
Rd. 1 | No. 8 Vitali Arujau (Cornell) def. No. 25 Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) | MD, 12-2

WB1 | No. 25 Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) def. No. 24 Rico Montoya (Northern Colorado) | D, 9-5

WB2 | No. 10 Brent Fleetwood (North Dakota State) def. No. 25 Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) | MD, 10-0

 

133 LBS | Luke Pletcher
Rd. 1 | No. 5 Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) def. No. 28 Tim Rooney (Kent State) | MD, 12-3

Rd. 2 | No. 5 Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) def. No. 12 Montorie Bridges (Wyoming) | D, 5-3

Quarterfinals | No. 5 Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) def. No. 4 Micky Phillippi (Pittsburgh) | D, 3-1

 

141 LBS | Joey McKenna
Rd. 1 | No. 2 Joey McKenna (Ohio State) def. No. 31 Grant Willits (Oregon State) | TF, 20-5

Rd. 2 | No. 2 Joey McKenna (Ohio State) def. No. 15 Kaid Brock (Oklahoma State) | MD, 14-1

Quarterfinals | No. 2 Joey McKenna (Ohio State) def. No. 7 Mitch McKee (Minnesota) | MD, 11-1

 

149 LBS | Micah Jordan
Rd. 1 | No. 2 Micah Jordan (Ohio State) def. No. 31 Shayne Oster (Northwestern) | PIN, 3:37

Rd. 2 | No. 2 Micah Jordan (Ohio State) def. No. 15 Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa) | MD, 17-4

Quarterfinals | No. 2 Micah Jordan (Ohio State) def. No. 10 Pat Lugo (Iowa) | D, 10-3

 

157 LBS | Ke-Shawn Hayes
Rd. 1 | No. 11 Ke-Shawn Hayes (Ohio State) def. No. 22 Zac Carson (Ohio) | D, 7-1

Rd. 2 | No. 6 Kaleb Young (Iowa) def. No. 11 Ke-Shawn Hayes (Ohio State) | MD, 14-2

WB2 | No. 12 Taleb Rahmani (Pittsburgh) def. No. 11 Ke-Shawn Hayes (Ohio State) | D, 7-1

 

165 LBS | Te’Shan Campbell
Rd. 1 | No. 21 Te’Shan Campbell (Ohio State) def. No. 12 Ebed Jarrell (Drexel) | D, 6-0

Rd. 2 | No. 5 Chance Marsteller (Lock Haven) def. No. 21 Te’Shan Campbell (Ohio State) | D, 4-2

WB2 | No. 21 Te’Shan Campbell (Ohio State) def. No. 27 Troy Keller (Buffalo) | PIN, 1:10

WB3 | No. 21 Te’Shan Campbell (Ohio State) def. No. 13 Andrew Fogarty (North Dakota State) | D, 7-1

 

174 LBS | Ethan Smith
Rd. 1 | No. 14 Kimball Bastian (Utah Valley) def. No. 19 Ethan Smith (Ohio State) | TB1, 6-4

WB2 | No. 19 Ethan Smith (Ohio State) def. No. 30 Dean Sherry (Rider) | D, 8-6

WB3 | No. 11 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) def. No. 19 Ethan Smith (Ohio State) | D, 4-2

 

184 LBS | Myles Martin
Rd. 1 | No. 1 Myles Martin (Ohio State) def. Bob Coleman (Oregon State) | PIN, 3:22

Rd. 2 | No. 1 Myles Martin (Ohio State) def. No. 16 Corey Hazel (Lock Haven) | MD, 16-5

Quarterfinals | No. 1 Myles Martin (Ohio State) def. No. 8 Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) | MD, 11-2

 

197 LBS | Kollin Moore
Rd. 1 | No. 2 Kollin Moore (Ohio State) def. No. 31 Brett Perry (Buffalo) | MD, 12-3

Rd. 2 | No. 2 Kollin Moore (Ohio State) def. No. 18 Jake Woodley (Oklahoma) | MD, 14-4

Quarterfinals | No. 2 Kollin Moore (Ohio State) def. No. 10 Tom Sleigh (Virginia Tech) | D, 17-11

 

HWT | Chase Singletary
Rd. 1 | No. 16 Chase Singletary (Ohio State) def. No. 17 David Jensen (Nebraska) | D, 3-0

Rd. 2 | No. 1 Derek White (Oklahoma State) def. No. 16 Chase Singletary (Ohio State) | D, 5-2

WB2 | No. 16 Chase Singletary (Ohio State) def. No. 18 Joseph Goodhart (Drexel) | D, 3-1

WB3 | N. 26 Ian Butterbrodt (Brown) def. No. 16 Chase Singletary (Ohio State) | D, 2-0

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One Response

  1. overall the bucks are doing great but was very sad and disappointing to see heavy favorite to win the title Myles Martin lose to someone he just handily defeated a month ago…the title was his to lose and unfortunately did…great career but sad ending…overall a great showing by the wrestling Buckeyes….btw–psu fans are getting to be almost as arrogant and dumb as scUM fans….

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