Thursday, December 2, 2010

Stieber impressive in Ohio State debut

Monroeville’s Logan Stieber made his Ohio State debut Nov. 21 at the Buckeye Duals in St. John Arena and did not disappoint. Stieber recorded a pair of technical falls over Pittsburgh’s Anthony Zanetta (18-3) and Nebraska’s Shawn Nagel (18-0).

The Buckeyes lost by one point to No. 20 Pittsburgh, 18-17. They also lost to No. 14 Nebraska, 24-11.

Ohio State is now ranked 19th nationally and will compete at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Collegiate Wrestling Invitational Friday and Saturday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

At Monroeville, Stieber became the 19th wrestler in OHSAA history to become a four-time state champion.
He ended his high school career with 179 consecutive wins and lost only one match his entire high school career (184-1). He also recorded 134 pins.
He is also a USA Wrestling national championships titlist in the freestyle division, along with being a Cadet and Junior Greco-Roman champion, FILA Freestyle Junior National Champion, runner-up at Junior World Team Trials, third at 2009 U.S. Open and fourth at World Team Trials.

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