Wrestling: No. 6 Ohio Condition no match against undefeated No. 1 Penn Condition, losing 28-9

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#1 Myles Martin defeats #3 Nick Reenan of New York Condition College by decision within the 184-pound bout, 12-5. Credit: Sal Marandino For That Lantern

An archive electric crowd of 13,276 at St. John Arena wasn’t enough without. 6 Ohio Condition if this faced undefeated No. 1 Penn Condition.

No. 6 Ohio Condition wrestling team (9-2, 5-2 Big Ten) lost to No. 1 Penn Condition (11-, 7- Big Ten) 28-9 on Friday.

Ohio Condition senior Myles Martin, no. 1 wrestler in the united states at 184 pounds, continued to be undefeated and among three wins around the night for Ohio Condition in 10 bouts.

Ohio Condition mind coach Tom Ryan stated it had become a tough night for that Buckeyes before an archive crowd.

“We got out labored in many positions. That’s a great team ,” Ryan stated. “It was great to determine a packed house such as this. We all know Buckeye nation loves this sport.”

Martin gave the Buckeyes their only bonuses around the night with a major decision 18-6 over Penn Condition redshirt newcomer Mason Manville.

Following the Buckeyes fell to some 5- deficit, Ohio Condition redshirt senior Micah Jordan, no. 3 wrestler in the united states at 149 pounds, place the Buckeyes around the board. Jordan won by decision 10-8 over Penn Condition redshirt newcomer Jarod Verkleeren.

Despite Jordan winning his match, he wasn’t pleased with his performance around the pad.

“I’m sorry for that Ohio Condition fans since i must have done more,” Jordan stated. “I understood every location mattered for the reason that match, and that i type of arrived on the scene slow.”

Ohio Condition senior Joey McKenna, no. 2 wrestler in the united states at 141 pounds, endured his first loss of year, losing by decision 7-6 to Penn Condition sixth-rated sophomore Nick Lee.

McKenna missed the final two duels for Ohio Condition because of an undisclosed injuries, and Ryan stated which was an issue in the stamina in tonight’s match.

“Joey have been out for some time, he was hurt so he’s not wrestled live. To ensure that was some a problem,” Ryan stated. “We saw Joey because the match continued he broke lower.”

The Nittany Lions three two-time protecting NCAA champions demonstrated why they’re a pressure to become believed with around the pad.

Ohio Condition redshirt junior Kollin Moore, no. 2 wrestler in the united states at 197 pounds, lost his first match of year via pin by Penn Condition first-rated redshirt senior Bo Nickal.

“That guy [Nickal] is really a pinner and i believe he is among the top pinners that program [Penn Condition] has ever endured,” Ryan stated. “Would I seem silly to state which i believe that Kollin Moore can win that match 4 or 5 or six days from now? I do not believe that is silly whatsoever.”

Penn Condition redshirt senior Jason Nolf, no. 1 wrestler in the united states at 157 pounds, continued to be undefeated and won by technical fall 21-6 against Ohio Condition eighth-rated redshirt junior Ke-Shawn Hayes.

Ohio Condition senior Te-Shan Campbell, lost by major decision 11-2 to Penn Condition redshirt junior Vincenzo Frederick, No. 1 wrestler in the united states at 165 pounds, improving his record to 18-.

Ohio Condition true newcomer Malik Heinselman, defeated Penn Condition redshirt sophomore Devin Schnupp by decision 7-4 within the 125-pound match.

Heinselman stated he was prepared to return to the pad after not participating previously two duels.

“It felt good, also it only agreed to be chance to learn this isn’t the ultimate meet,” stated Heinselman. “We possess the Big Ten and nationals [tournament] ahead, which only agreed to be a chance to learn.” ?

No. 6 Ohio Condition will require on No. 20 Purdue at 7 p.m. on Friday in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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