Logan Stieber

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Logan Stieber, who became an assistant coach for the Buckeyes in 2021, is one of four wrestlers to ever win four national titles in the history of NCAA Wrestling. He concluded his Buckeye career with an overall record of 119-3, boasting the highest winning percentage (.975) in school history. Stieber’s historic run through college included a pair of undefeated seasons when he went 27-0 as a sophomore in 2013 and wrapped up his career with a 29-0 senior campaign (2015).

After graduating from Ohio State, Stieber made an immediate splash on the international stage as the 2016 World Champion at 61 kilograms. He made the United States’ World Team in 2017 and 2018 as well.

Stieber Resume

  • Four-time Big Ten Champion
    • 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 – individual
    • 2015 – Team
  • Four-time NCAA Division I National Champion:
    • 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 – individual
    • 2015 – team
  • 2012: Big Ten Freshman of the Year
  • 2015: Dan Hodge Trophy winner
  • 2015: NCAA Most Dominant Wrestler
  • 2015: National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Most Outstanding Wrestler

The list of Stieber’s career accomplishments include:

  • The first wrestler in the history of the Big Ten conference to win four national titles.
  • With a 16-1 tech fall win over Iowa’s Josh Dziewa in the finals, became the first Ohio State wrestler to ever win four Big Ten titles.
  • Finished his career on a 50-match winning streak dating back to December, 2013.
  • Fastest Buckeye to ever reach the 100-win milestone (103 matches).
  • Winning percentage ranks first in Ohio State history (.975).
  • 50 career falls, tied for the most in school history.
  • Just the second wrestler ever to win four CKLV titles.
  • Big Ten Most Outstanding Wrestler and Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Big Ten Championships.
  • At the 2015 NCAA Championships, won four of five matches by a combined score of 57-9 and added a first period pinfall in his other win.
  • 96 of Stieber’s 119 wins at Ohio State were bonus point wins.
  • Becomes only the second wrestler in history to win both the Hodge and Jr. Dan Hodge Trophy, given to the top high school wrestler in the country.

Led by Stieber, Ohio State captured its first team National Championship, toping second-place Iowa to 18 points at the 2015 NCAA Championships.

2011-12 (133 lbs.): 33-2 (16 falls, two tech falls, five major decisions)
2012-13 (133 lbs.): 27-0 (14 falls, seven technical falls, two major decisions)
2013-14 (141 lbs.): 30-1 (10 falls, 11 technical falls, seven major decisions)
2014-15 (141 lbs.): 29-0 (10 falls, eight tech falls, four major decisions)
TOTAL: 119-3 (50 falls, 28 technical falls, 18 major decisions)