Buckeye legend Logan Stieber is hanging up his split sole shoes and retiring from international wrestling competition. He has signed a coaching contract with the Ohio Regional Training Center (RTC) and plans to opens his own wrestling academy in the near future.
Stieber 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 (’15).
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.
Thank you for an incredible career, Logan.