Wrestling: No. 6 Ohio Condition defeats No. 7 Nebraska 21-12 on senior day

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No. 1 Myles Martin of Ohio Condition scores just one leg takedown on Mason Manville of Penn Condition within the 184-pound bout from the Ohio C

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No. 1 Myles Martin of Ohio Condition scores just one leg takedown on Mason Manville of Penn Condition within the 184-pound bout from the Ohio Condition-Penn Condition dual. Martin won the bout by major decision, 18-6. Ohio Condition lost the twin against Penn Condition 28-9. Credit: Sal Marandino For That Lantern

Ohio Condition senior Myles Martin, no. 1 wrestler in the united states at 184 pounds, continued to be undefeated having a pivotal win to close they victory on senior day for that Buckeyes.

No. 6 Ohio Condition wrestling team (11-2, 7-2 Big Ten) defeated No. 7 Nebraska (11-5, 5-4 Big Ten) 21-12 on Sunday. Inside a long awaited match, Martin won by decision 12-5 against Nebraska 4th-rated redshirt sophomore Taylor Venz.

Ohio Condition mind coach Tom Ryan was pleased with the physicality they demonstrated against Nebraska.

“The greatest [issue] using the [Buckeyes] is grittiness and toughness,” Ryan stated. “Overall there is progress.”

Ohio Condition finished the duel with six wins in 10 bouts from the Cornhuskers.

Ohio Condition redshirt junior Kollin Moore, no. 2 wrestler in the united states at 197 pounds, won by sudden victory, improving his record to fifteen-1.

The house crowd entered an uproar as Moore required lower Nebraska eleventh-rated redshirt sophomore Eric Schultz, in overtime to win 7-5 giving the Buckeyes a 18-12 lead entering the ultimate bout.

Ohio Condition redshirt senior Micah Jordan, no. 3 wrestler in the united states at 149 pounds, won his last home match in big fashion. Jordan won by technical fall 22-7 over Nebraska redshirt junior Jordan Shearer.

Moore stated Jordan’s big-time victory was deserved and needed on senior night before a house crowd.

“I love watching him wrestle. He just hits some really clever stuff and it is always attacking,” Moore stated. “To see him win and day a great dominant win like this was awesome.”

Ohio Condition redshirt newcomer Chase Singletary, no. 18 wrestler in the united states at heavyweight, performed the upset against Nebraska seventh-rated redshirt junior David Jensen, as time expired within the third period to win 7-5.

Singletary required contact towards the face that led to bloodstream time, but he stated that gave him what he required to accomplish the upset.

“I felt amped, when you’re in a tough match and you’re feeling bloodstream it simply will get me going a bit,” Singletary stated. “I have no idea why however it was fun.”

Ohio Condition senior Joey McKenna, no. 3 wrestler in the united states at 141 pounds, won his final home match of his career. McKenna won by decision 7-3 over Nebraska redshirt sophomore Chad Red.

Following the Buckeyes fell to some 3- deficit, Ohio Condition junior Luke Pletcher, no. 6 wrestler in the united states at 133 pounds, place the Buckeyes around the board. Pletcher won by major decision 13-4 over Nebraska true newcomer Jevon Parrish.

Ohio Condition true newcomer Malik Heinselman, lost by decision 8-5 to Nebraska redshirt sophomore Zeke Moisey, No. 14 wrestler in the united states at 125 pounds.

Despite Heinselman losing his match Ryan was very impressed using the true newcomer.

“I really was pleased with [Heinselman] overall,” Ryan stated. “He really out wrestled [Moisey] the majority of the match.”

Ohio Condition senior Te’Shan Campbell, lost a tough-fought against fight by decision 4-2 to Nebraska junior Isaiah White-colored, No. 6 wrestler in the united states at 165 pounds, improving his record to fifteen-5.

Nebraska redshirt senior Tyler Berger, No. 2 wrestler in the united states at 157 pounds, improved to 21-2 around the season. Berger won by decision 10-5 over Ohio Condition eighth-rated redshirt junior Ke-Shawn Hayes.

No. 6 Ohio Condition will require on No. 9 Cornell at 6:30 p.m. on Friday in Ithaca, New You are able to.

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