Season begins Nov. 15 vs. Notre Dame College
Strength and Conditioning recognizes weight room accomplishments
Outstanding student-athletes will be honored at 46th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner
The men's swimming and diving team led the way with 28 honorees
Ohio State sits in 12th place with six points
Nov. 24, 2013 Davidson, N.C.
Nov. 15, 2013 St. John Arena Columbus, Ohio
March 21-23 Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa
March 9-10 Assembly Hall Champaign, Ill.
Dec. 16, 2012 Madison Square Garden New York City
Ohio State Career Honors- Three-time NCAA championships qualifier ... Big Ten Wrestler of the Week (Nov. 7, 2010) ... Buffalo Open Champion (Nov. 7, 2010) ... 2010-11 Team Captain ... NWCA All-Academic Team recipient (2010-11) ... two-time Academic All-Big Ten ... four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
2012-13 - NCAA Championships qualifier ... 15-9 overall; 2-2 in dual competition and 0-2 in the Big Ten ... ﬁnished sixth at Big Ten championships (March 9-10); in opening round, handed No. 1 seed Eric Grajales of Michigan a 7-4 loss ... has seen action at both 141 and 149 pounds this season ... 149-pound champion at Storm Open (Jan. 5) ... runner-up at UB Invitational (Nov. 4) ; dropped a 3-2 decision to teammate Hunter Stieber in the 141-pound ﬁnal and was runner-up at Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Tournament (Jan. 20) ... earned the starting nod at 149 pounds at inaugural Grapple at the Garden (Dec. 16) in New York City; defeated Maryland's Lou Mascola, 13-2, and Matt Spataro of Hofstra via fall in 4:47 ... started at 149 pounds vs. Minnesota (Jan. 11), facing No. 5 Dylan Ness and lost, 15-7 ... also started at 149 pounds at Michigan (Feb. 8) and dropped a 2-0 decision to No. 10 Eric Grajales ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
2011-12 - Did not compete for the Buckeyes ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
2010-11 - Finished sixth at Big Ten championships (March 5-6); defaulted final two matches because of injury; prior to defaults, won back-to-back matches vs. Akif Eren of Purdue, 3-2, and Levi Mele of Northwestern, 4-3 ... Buffalo Open champion (Nov. 7) ... named Big Ten Wrestler of the Week after outscoring opponents 35-6 en route to title in Buffalo; defeated Bloomsburg's Jeremiah Biddle by 17-2 technical fall in opening round, followed by 2-0 overtime decision vs. Edinboro's Matthew Hasbrouck, then took 10-4 decision against Edinboro's Mitchell Port to advance to final, where he defeated 14th-ranked Kevin Smith of Buffalo, 6-0 ... finished sixth at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Collegiate Wrestling Invitational (Dec. 3-4)... went 2-0 at National Duals (Jan. 8-9), downing Cornell's Joe Stanzione, 9-7, and Northern Iowa's Ryan Jauch , 8-5 ... missed final three Big Ten dual matches because of injury ... finished season with 1-2 record at NCAA championships (March 17-19) ... ... NWCA All-Academic Team recipient (2010-11) ... Academic All Big-Ten ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... Team Captain.
2009-10 - Completed freshman campaign with 24-14 overall record, including 13-7 mark in dual action and 4-4 ledger in Big Ten ... competed in first NCAA championships (March 18-20) and went 2-2; both wins earned Buckeyes bonus points - pinned Alex Radsky of Davidson in 4:38 in first round and downed Justin Paulsen of Stanford in his third match, 11-2 ... fifth at 2010 Big Ten Championships (March 6-7) ... finished season tied for second on the team in major decisions with nine ... went 2-2 at NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals (Jan. 9-10, 2010) with wins over Arizona State's Ben Ashmore, 5-3, and Thane Antczak of Minnesota, 6-4 ... in first collegiate action, finished third at Oklahoma Gold Classic (Nov. 14, 2009); 5th seed, downed No. 4 Jordan Thome of Army, 9-5, and again, 8-0, in third-place matchup ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State- Four-time New York State champion as a five-time qualifier ... advanced to fifth final during senior campaign, but fell short of his bid to become a five-time champion, dropping a close 4-3 decision at 135 pounds ... compiled a 268-7 high school record ... six-time Livingston County champion ... six-time sectional champion ... Section V all-time wins leader ... second all-time in wins in New York state ... named Division II Most Outstanding Wrestler in 2008 after winning 130-pound class ... in 2007, was New York state champion at 119 pounds and helped Warsaw to team championship ... NHSCA champion sophomore year; finished fourth junior year; second senior year ... Cadet and Junior Nationals seven-time All-American ... Warsaw was four-time LCAA DII champions and three-time Section V champions.
Personal- Son of Brad and Jeanie ... has three sisters, Jessica, Nikki and Ellen and five brothers, Paul, Luke, Joey, Burke and Aaron ... plans to pursue an international wrestling career before career working in family business ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... lists greatest sports thrill as competing in state championships junior year.
Ian Paddock Career Statistics