Ohio wrestling had a very impressive weekend at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, finishing 15th out of 35 teams.
As Ohio wrestling looks to start a new season, new faces and expectations are ever-present.
The Athens City prosecution office found insufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges against Ohio University wrestling coaches.
OUPD is investigating allegations of physical assault during practice.
Ohio placed fourth and sent four wrestlers on the the NCAA Championships.
Zayne Lehman is a star wrestler, something made possible by the undying support by his family.
In a thrilling match that came down to the heavyweights, Ohio was out-dueled 22-17.
Ohio wrestling endured a tough day with a pair of losses at the hands of SIUE and AR-Little Rock.
Thompson has moved up two weight classes to replace Sal Perrine at 174 pounds.
Jordan Slivka lit a spark Friday night.
After jumping out to an early 25-0 lead, Ohio dominates rival Kent State in annual grudge match.
The Bobcat wrestlers were unable to overcome their own miscues and struggles in certain weight classes in their loss to Central Michigan.
Joel Greenlee started coaching at Ohio in 1997.
Ohio was left without putting forth a true effort Friday night against Northern Illinois, something that Coach Joel Greenlee intends to fix.