Bo Jordan
Bo  Jordan

RS Senior

St. Paris, Ohio

High School:
St. Paris Graham


Athletic Training


Buckeyes Take Down Two in Thanksgiving Throwdown

Ohio State improves to 3-0


Buckeyes Take Home Opener Over Arizona State, 31-12

Ohio State wins seven of 10 bouts


Seven Buckeyes Crowned Champions at Princeton Open

Victories aplenty for Ohio State


Complete National Rankings for the Buckeyes

Ohio State is unanimous choice as No. 2 to start the season


Wrestling Hosts Preseason Media Day 2017

Buckeyes open at the Princeton Open on Nov. 4

• All-American (2015, 2016, 2017)
• NCAA finalist (174 lbs. 2017)
• NCAA Third Place (165 lbs. 2015, 165 lbs. 2016)
• Big Ten Champion (174 lbs. 2017)
• Big Ten finalist (165 lbs. 2015, 165 lbs. 2016)
• Academic All-Big Ten (2015, 2016, 2017)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
• NWCA Academic All-American (2016, 2017)

2016-17 (Redshirt Junior)

• All-American and NCAA finalist at 174 lbs
• The top seed at the Big Ten Championships at 174 lbs., defeated second-seeded Mark Hall of Penn State in the finals, 6-4, to clinch the Buckeyes’ team title
• Finished with an 18-2 overall record with 11 wins coming via bonus points
• Averaged an earlier loss to Cornell’s Brian Realbuto with an 11-7 come-from-behind victory in the NCAA semifinals
• Scored 10 or more points in three of his four wins at the NCAA Championships.
• Averaged nearly 11 points/match and five takedowns/match
• Perfect 5-0 record against Big Ten opponents during the dual season.
• 5-2 vs. ranked opponents
• Scored 15 or more points five times and added four falls
• Defeated two top-10 ranked wrestlers on his way to winning the Big Ten title, including No. 8 Myles Amine of Michigan in the semifinals (15-8)
• Made his dual debut on Dec. 8 vs. Missouri

2015-16 (Redshirt Sophomore)
• All-American at 165 pounds
• Runner up at the Big Ten Championships and third at the NCAA Championships
• Won his first 13 matches of the year
• 21-3 overall, 12-1 in duals and 7-1 vs. Big Ten opponents
• Big Ten Wrestler of the Week on Feb. 2 after a 13-0 major decision over seventh-ranked Chad Welch of Purdue
• Recipient of the Most Courageous Award at postseason banquet
• Ranked in the top three nationally at 165 lbs. the entire season
• After falling in the NCAA semifinals, went 2-0 in the consolation round, including an entertaining 9-7 decision over Danial Lewis of Missouri in the third place match

2014-15 (Redshirt Freshman)
• All-American at 165 pounds
• Runner-up at the Big Ten championships and third at the NCAA championships
• After falling to eventual national champion Alex Dieringer of Oklahoma State in the NCAA semifinals, came back to win a consolation semifinal and third place match
• His pin of Illinois’ Jackson Morse provide the Buckeyes with critical bonus points on their way to the team title
• Was 22-2 overall
• Won his first 17 matches of the season
• 11-0 in dual meets and 9-0 against Big Ten competition during the regular season
• Champion at the Michigan State Open
• Eight falls, four technical falls and two major decisions
• Amateur Wrestling News All-Rookie team

2013-14 (Redshirt)
• Won five open tournaments as a redshirt-freshman (165 pounds) - Clarion Open (Nov. 3), Michigan State Open (Nov. 9), Storm Open (Jan. 5), Purple Raider Open (Jan. 19) and Edinboro Open (Feb. 8)
• Completed season with 23-0 record, which included five major decisions, four technical falls and 11 falls; one fall was 16 seconds

• 2013 Junior Dan Hodge Trophy winner
• Four-time Ohio High School Athletic Association state champion; two-time Outstanding Wrestler.
• Winner of 182 of 183 matches during high school career.
• Collected 122 career pins
• Recorded 49-0 mark at 160 pounds during senior season at St. Paris Graham.
• Two-time Ironman champion

• Son of Jeff and Amy
• Father, Jeff, is the head wrestling coach at St. Paris Graham; the elder Jordan was a two-time All-American at Wisconsin in 1987 and 1988 at 150 pounds
• Has two brothers, Micah and Rocky
• Uncle Jim Jordan, a U.S. Congressman serving since 2007, was a four-time OHSAA state champion (150-1 record) before becoming a two-time NCAA champion at Wisconsin