Scenes from St. Louis Buckeyes crown a NCAA champ, finish national runner-up

Led by 285-pound national champion Kyle Snyder, Ohio State produced a school-record six All-Americans and scored 110 points to finish second overall at the 2017 NCAA Championships, held March 16-18 in St. Louis.

Every year, we want a team that Buckeye Nation can look at and say 'they have a chance to win it all.' This team certainly measures up to that. -Head coach Tom Ryan

St. Louis Snapshots

Snyder Adds NCAA Title No. 2 to Trophy Case

Kyle Snyder's 6-3 win over No. 2 Connor Medbery of Wisconsin made him the fifth two-time national champion in Ohio State history.

Did You Know

Snyder is the first American Olympic gold medalist to return to school and win a NCAA championship

Jordan Makes First Career NCAA Finals Appearance

Bo Jordan overcame a 7-2 third-period deficit to beat second-seeded Brian Realbuto of Cornell in the NCAA semifinals, punching a ticket to his first-ever NCAA finals.

Tomasello, Moore Wrestleback for Third

Following disappointing semifinal loses, Nathan Tomasello and Kollin Moore came back on Saturday morning to win two matches and take third place, wrapping up second place for the Scarlet and Gray.

Tomasello finished 2016-17 with a 24-1 record and is now a three-time All-American
Moore's 33 wins led the team this year and he's the Buckeyes' third freshman All-American in the last three years.

Jordan Is First-Time All-American at 149

After falling just shot of All-America honors last season, Micah Jordan (33-5) broke through this year and finished fourth at 149 lbs.

Martin Wins Big in Wrestlebacks

Following a disappointing second round loss, Myles Martin rebounded to win five matches in the wrestlebacks to took fifth place at 184 lbs.


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