A B1G Night in Bloomington first-place ohio state has six big ten finalists

Highlighted by Myles Martin's upset of top-seeded and unbeaten Bo Nickal, Ohio State went 6-for-7 in the semifinal round on Saturday night to vault itself into first place headed into Sunday's final day at the Big Ten Championships.

133 lbs.

Nathan Tomasello was the first Buckeye finalist when he edged Michigan's Steven Micic, 6-5, at 133 lbs. Tomasello is 18-0 this year and faces No. 2 seed Cory Clark of Iowa in the finals.

149 lbs.

Micah Jordan avenged an earlier loss to Iowa's Brandon Sorensen and upset the No. 2 seed in the 149 lb. semifinals, 2-1, on a takedown as time expired in the second period. Jordan faces No. 1 Zain Retherford of Penn State in the finals.

174 lbs.

Bo Jordan picked up the pace late and defeated fourth-seeded Myles Amine of Michigan to advance to his third straight Big Ten final, where he'll meet Mark Hall of Penn State.

184 lbs.

Myles Martin recaptured his March magic with another upset of No. 1-ranked Bo Nickal of Penn State, topping the top seed 6-4 and setting up a finals date with No. 2 Sammy Brooks of Iowa on Sunday.

Kollin Moore's 10-8 win over Nebraska's Aaron Studebaker put him in his first-ever Big Ten final.

285 lbs.

Olympic champion Kyle Snyder scored early and often in a 14-7 decision against Minnesota's Michael Kroells. He'll tangle with second-seeded Connor Medbery in Sunday's final.

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