March 10, 2019

Big Ten Championships Wrap

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Two champions. Five finalists. Nine tickets punched for the NCAA Championships. All that resulted in a second place finish at the Big Ten Championships for Ohio State Wrestling.

 

 

 

Joey McKenna a (141 lbs) and Myles Martin (184 lbs) were crowned champions while Luke Pletcher, Micah Jordan and Kollin Moore joined them in the finals.


FINAL BRACKETS


125 lbs | Malik Heinselman | 9th place (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | No. 20 Dustin Schroder (Purdue) def. Heinselman | MD, 13-5
WB1 | bye
WB2 | No. 17 Elijah Oliver (Indiana) def. Heinselman | SV2, 13-11
9th-Place Semifinals | Heinselman def. Shane Metzler (Rutgers) | D, 9-4
9th-Place Match | Heinselman def. Ethan Rotonodo (Wisconsin) | D, 8-5

133 lbs | No. 10 Luke Pletcher | Runner-up (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | Pletcher def. Paul Konrath (Indiana) | MD, 12-4
Quarterfinals | Pletcher def. No. 9 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) | D, 8-5
Semifinals | Pletcher def. No. 1 Stevan Micic (Michigan) | MFF
Finals | No. 4 Nick Suriano (Rutgers) def. Pletcher | D, 4-1

141 lbs | No. 3 Joey McKenna | Champion (fourth career conference title | qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | McKenna def. Alec McKenna (Northwestern) | PIN, 0:35
Quarterfinals | McKenna def. No. 9 Mitch McKee (Minnesota) | MD, 8-0
Semifinals | McKenna def. No. 2 Nick Lee (Penn State) | D, 5-4
Finals | McKenna def. No. 20 Chad Red (Nebraska) | D, 9-2

149 lbs | No. 2 Micah Jordan | Runner-up (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | Jordan def. Alfred Bannister (Maryland) | MD, 16-6
Quarterfinals | Jordan def. Shayne Oster (Northwestern) | PIN, 1:32
Semifinals | Jordan def. No. 13 Brady Berge (Penn State) | MD, 13-4
Finals | No. 1 Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers) def. Jordan | D, 8-6

157 lbs | No. 8 Ke-Shawn Hayes | 7th place (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | No. 17 John Van Brill (Rutgers) def. Hayes | PIN, 6:41
WB1 | bye
WB2 | Hayes def. No. 9 Eric Barone (Illinois) | D, 3-1
WB3 | No. 7 Kaleb Young (Iowa) def. Hayes | MD, 11-1
7th-Place Match | Hayes def. No. 17 John Van Brill (Rutgers) | D, 5-3

165 lbs | Te’Shan Campbell | 6th place (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | Campbell def. Tyler Morland (Northwestern) | D, 4-1
Quarterfinals | No. 2 Alex Marinelli (Iowa) def. Campbell | D, 6-2
WB2 | Campbell def. Carson Brolsma (Minnesota) | D, 3-1
WB3 | Campbell def. Bryce Martin (Indiana) | MD, 11-1
WB Semifinals | No. 7 Logan Massa (Michigan) def. Campbell | D, 7-2
5th-Place Match | No. 6 Isaiah White (Nebraska) def. Campbell | D, 3-2

174 lbs | No. 14 Ethan Smith | 6th place (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | Smith def. Carver James (Illinois) | D, 5-2
Quarterfinals | No. 12 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) def. Smith | D, 5-1
WB2 | Smith def. Jake Covaciu (Indiana) | D, 7-3
WB3 | Smith def. Ryan Christensen (Wisconsin) | INJ
WB Semifinals | No. 13 Devin Statzka (Minnesota) def. Smith | MD, 14-4
5th-Place Match | No. 12 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) def. Smith | D, 5-3

184 lbs | No. 1 Myles Martin Champion (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | bye
Quarterfinals | Martin def. Lyon (Purdue) | TF, 25-10
Semifinals | Martin def. No. 8 Emery Parker (Illinois) | D, 8-3
Finals | Martin def. No. 7 Shakur Rasheed (Penn State) | MFF

197 lbs | No. 2 Kollin Moore | Runner-up (qualified for NCAAs)
Rd. 1 | Moore def. Matt Correnti (Rutgers) | MD, 12-3
Quarterfinals | Moore def. Dylan Anderson (Minnesota) | MD, 12-4
Semifinals | Moore def. No. 5 Jacob Warner (Iowa) | D, 5-2
Finals | No. 1 Bo Nickal (Penn State) def. Moore | D, 10-3

285 lbs | No. 11 Chase Singletary
Rd. 1 | Singletary def. Fletcher Miller (Indiana) | D, 4-0
Quarterfinals | No. 6 Trent Hilger (Wisconsin) def. Singletary | D, 3-1
WB2 | No. 10 Youssif Hemida (Maryland) def. Singletary | D, 9-6

Singletary received a tough draw and faced back-to-back top-10 opponents. His NCAA Championships fate will be decided on Tuesday (March 12) when the NCAA committee announces the at-large bids. Four heavyweight tickets are available following the conference championships across the country.