NCAA Wrestling: Ohio State Goes 19-1 Through Two Rounds

Ohio State Goes 19-1 Through Two Rounds

The Ohio State Buckeyes take the team lead after two rounds winning 19 of 20 matches. Their team leaders Kyle Snyder, Nathan Tomasello and Bo Jordan all scored major bonus points for the Buckeyes. The Ohio State Buckeyes hold the first place position with 36 team points.

(2) Nathan Tomasello (125) earned a win over Ryan Millhof of Arizona State. Tomasello was leading and on his way to a tech-fall before Millhof finally called it a day and gave Tomasello the Injury default victory, which also gave the Buckeyes bonus points. at 174, Bo Jordan advanced to the quarters with a solid 11-3 major decision victory over South Dakota State’s David Kocer. Micha Jordan, at 157, also scored a huge bonus for his team as he scored a Fall over Columbia’s Markus Scheidel at 3:10.

ESPN’s favorite person to talk about throughout the entire tournament, Kyle Snyder has led his team throughout the tournament as he scored a 23-8 (6:57) Techincal Fall over Jere Heino of Campbell.

As it’s shaping up, Ohio State and Penn State may have numerous encounters in the semi-finals. Penn State’s Jason Nolf and Ohio State’s Micha Jordan and PSU’s Mark Hall and OSU’s Bo Jordon can see each other before the finals, which can dictate the winner of the team title.

Ohio State’s Team Results in Round 2-

125 Nathan Tomasello (Ohio St.) DEF Ryan Millhof (Arizona St.) W
133 Luke Pletcher (Ohio St.) DEC Korbin Myers (Edinboro), 4-3 W
141 Joey Mckenna (Ohio St.) TF Luke Karam (Lehigh), 15-0 5:21 W
149 Ke-shawn Hayes (Ohio St.) DEC Ryan Blees (Virginia Tech), 12-6 W
157 Micah Jordan (Ohio St.) F Markus Scheidel (Columbia), 3:10 W
165 Chad Walsh (Rider) MD Te`shan Campbell (Ohio St.), 9-0 L
174 Bo Jordan (Ohio St.) MD David Kocer (South Dakota St.), 11-3 W
184 Myles Martin (Ohio St.) MD Mitchell Bowman (Iowa), 17-5 W
197 Kollin Moore (Ohio St.) MD Patrick Brucki (Princeton), 14-4 W
285 Kyle Snyder (Ohio St.) TF Jere Heino (Campbell), 23-8 6:57 W
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Kyle Carroll is a Long Island, N.Y. native and avid MMA and amateur wrestling fan. He has been a part of the wrestling community for nearly 20 years. Carroll has six years of experience coaching high school wrestling. His father coached high school wrestling over 35 years, passing on his strong knowledge. Carroll has been reporting MMA news since January 2011. The former wrestler’s coverage includes the 2012 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials, 2013 & 2016 NCAA D1 Wrestling Championship, and numerous MMA events (Bellator MMA, King of the Cage, North American Fighting Championship, and Glory).