COLUMBUS, Ohio – Nearly 30 Buckeye wrestlers are expected to compete in the 2018 Ohio Intercollegiate Open on Sunday, Nov. 11 at the Veale Center in Cleveland. Ohio State is one of 21 teams represented in the tournament hosted by Case Western Reserve University (though no team scores will be recorded).
Ashland, Buffalo, Case Western Reserve, Central Michigan, Cleveland State, Davenport, Edinboro, John Carroll, Kent State, Mercyhurst, Michigan State, Notre Dame College, Ohio, Ohio State, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Pittsburgh, Tiff, Urbana, West Liberty and West Virginia.
There will be two divisions, a Gold Division and a White Division. The Gold Division is designed to be the higher level of competition.
In addition, Hunter Lucas (125 lbs) is registered to compete in the Gold Division as an unattached wrestler.
Action is slated to begin at 9 a.m. ET with the finals tentatively schedule for a 4:30 p.m. start.
$15 – adult
$5 – OSU students with a BuckID
$5 – Youth (6-17 years old)
Free – 5 years old and under