2015 All-American (rings)
2015 First Team All-Big Ten selection
Two-time winner of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award
Big Ten Gymnast of the Week (March 9, 2015)
Team Captain (2014 & 2015)
All-Around – 86.850
Rings – 15.900
High Bar – 15.450
Vault – 15.200
Parallel Bars – 15.150
Floor Exercise – 14.100
Pommel Horse – 13.900
2014-15 (Senior Season): Tied for fourth with a 15.600 on rings at the NCAA event finals (April 11), earning All-America honors …competed in the all-around and tied for fourth on rings with a season-best 15.600 at the NCAA team final (April 10) … earned a third-place finish on rings, tied for fourth on parallel bars and finished second in the all-around with a personal-best score of 86.850 at the NCAA qualifier (April 9) … placed fourth on high bar and fifth on parallel bars at the Big Ten event finals (March 28) … finished fourth in his first collegiate all-around competition at the Big Ten team finals (March 27) with a score of 86.300; earned a fourth-place finish on high bar with a 15.000 and a sixth-place standing on parallel bars … competed on rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar against Oklahoma (March 14), leading the team on rings … earned Big Ten Gymnast of the Week honors after first-place finishes on high bar (PB of 15.450) and rings (15.400) at the Arnold Challenge (March 7), along with runner-up performances on vault (PB of 15.200) and parallel bars (PB of 15.150) … won rings (15.550) and finished third on parallel bars against Michigan (Feb. 28); also featured on pommel and high bar … led Ohio State with a 32nd-place all-around performance at Winter Cup (Feb. 19) … finished second on rings (15.500) and third on parallel bars (PB of 15.150) against Penn State (Feb. 6) … led the Buckeyes on rings against Oklahoma and Iowa (Feb. 1), competing in three addition events … posted a second-place finish on rings with a score of 15.400, competed on vault, tied for fifth on parallel bars and tied for second on high bar with a score of 15.250 against Illinois (Jan. 24)…competed on rings, parallel bar and earned a third place finish on high bar with a score of 15.000 at the Windy City Invitational (Jan. 17)…represented Ohio State in the all-around at the P&G championships … placed 14th in the all-around (81.700) at the 2014 U.S. National Qualifier … First Team All-Big Ten selection and winner of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award … honored by the coaching staff with the Team MVP and Team Gymnast of the Year awards at the team banquet.
2013-14 (Junior Season): Placed 10th on rings at the NCAA championships … claimed four individual titles on the season … scored a career-best 15.900 to win on rings in Ohio State’s tri-meet victory over No. 1 Oklahoma and Temple … first place on rings at No. 2 Michigan (15.750) … claimed a win on rings (15.700) in a dual-meet victory over No. 8 California … opened the season with a 15.500 to claim first place on rings at the Windy City Invitational … team captain … participated in the 2013 U.S. National Qualifier … honored by the coaching staff with the Hardest Worker Award at the team banquet.
2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Competed in every meet of the season for the Buckeyes … tied for third on rings with a 14.80 at the Windy City Invitational Jan. 19 … scored a 14.85 on vault to lead the team at the Metroplex Challenge Jan. 25 … placed second on vault with a career-high 15.05, third on parallel bars with a 14.60 and fourth on rings with a 14.90 at Penn State Feb. 2 … earned a first-place finish on high bar with a career-high 15.05 and second-place finishes on parallel bars (14.75) and rings (15.45) against Michigan Feb. 16 … placed second on vault (15.00) and fourth on parallel bars (14.25) and high bar (14.60) against Illinois Feb. 23 … took first on rings, second on parallel bars and tied for fifth on high bar with scores of 15.50 (career-high), 14.80 (career-high) and 14.40, respectively, against UIC March 9 … earned fourth-place finishes on rings (15.00) and parallel bars (14.45) at Oklahoma March 23 … placed eighth on parallel bars with a 14.30 at the Big Ten Event Finals April 6 … earned 13th overall on rings at the NCAA Qualifier April 19 with a 14.70 … tied for 28th on rings (14.65) at the NCAA Team Finals April 20 … Ohio State Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree.
2011-12 (Freshman Season): Competed on rings, parallel bars and high bar in every meet of the season for the Buckeyes … placed seventh on high bar at the Windy City Invitational (Jan. 14) with a score of 13.70 … tied for second on rings against Oklahoma (Jan. 21), posting a career-high 15.100 … also posted a career-high 14.800 on high bar … placed third on high bar (14.20) against Michigan and Brockport (Feb. 18) … finished fourth on rings against Illinois March 2 after tallying a 14.900 … placed third on rings (14.95) and fourth on high bar (14.40) against Stanford (March 9) … earned a career-high 14.20 on parallel bars against Minnesota March 24 … competed at Big Ten Championships (April 6) on rings (14.95), parallel bars (14.15) and high bar (13.55) … also contributed at NCAA Championships Qualifying (April 19) on rings (14.05), parallel bars (13.35) and high bar (13.15) … honored by the coaching staff with the Hardest Worker award at the team banquet.
Prior to Ohio State: Trained and competed for Hocking Valley Gymnastics Center under coach Mike Serra … three-time Ohio State all-around champion … eight-time Junior Olympic National Qualifier … 2011 Rings All-American at the Junior Olympics National Championships … 2010 Pan Am Individual All-Around Champion … 2010 USA National Junior Rings Champion … two-time USAG National Development team member … five-time Region V team member … 2010 VISA Cup Qualifier … two-time Pan Am club team member (2008, 2010) … 2008 CWHS Athlete of the Quarter … played football for Canal Winchester for three seasons, starting at cornerback for one season for the Indians.
Personal: Son of Rick and Kathy Moling … plans to work in the sports industry upon completion of undergraduate studies … hobbies include playing football, basketball, golf and baseball … lists greatest sports thrill as winning the gold medal on rings at the 2010 VISA Championships … father’s first cousin is Gary Carter, Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Mets and Montreal Expos … USAG Academic All-American.