Ke-Shawn Hayes
Ke-Shawn  Hayes

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Kansas City, Mo.

High School:
Park Hill

Weight:
149

12/10/2017

Buckeyes Begin Big Ten in Victorious Fashion

Ohio State 26, Indiana 9

12/02/2017

Buckeyes Cash In For Team Title In Las Vegas

Back-to-back event crowns for Ohio State

12/02/2017

Six Buckeye Semifinalists at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

Ohio State in second place after Day One

11/21/2017

Buckeyes Take Down Two in Thanksgiving Throwdown

Ohio State improves to 3-0

11/12/2017

Buckeyes Take Home Opener Over Arizona State, 31-12

Ohio State wins seven of 10 bouts

CAREER HONORS
• Academic All-Big Ten (2017)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete (2017)

YEAR-BY-YEAR
2016-17 (Redshirt Freshman)

• 5-1 overall and 3-0 in duals before an injury cut his season short in November
• Made his season debut at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic, going 2-1 with a first-round fall
• Won by technical fall over Tyler Sage of Arizona State, 15-0, in the first dual of the season
• Pinned Kent State’s Ethan McCoy in 4:13
• Was ranked No. 13 by InterMat and No. 14 by FloWrestling at the beginning of the season

2015-16 (Redshirt)
• Wrestled unattached in 30 matches, going 29-1
• 20 of his 29 wins were via bonus points (team-high 12 technical falls, seven major decisions, one fall)
• Champion at the Findlay Open, Michigan State Open and Penn State Open
• Runner-up at the season-opening Eastern Michigan where he won two matches via tech fall and two by major decision
• Won twice by tech fall at the Findlay Open
• Recipient of the Karageorge Battling Buckeye Award at postseason banquet

PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
• Eleventh ranked recruit nationally by Flowrestling and second at 138 lbs
• No. 4 overall recruit by InterMat
• 38-0 as a senior in leading Park Hill to its third straight state championship all but seven of his matches were decided by pin or technical fall
• Kansas City Star All-Metro Wrestler of the Year
• 2013 Walsh Ironman champion, two-time Kansas City Stampede champion and a three-time Missouri state champion
• Undefeated as a junior and senior
• Wrestled in the USAW Cadet/Junior National Tournament in Fargo, N.D. and was a three-time freestyle All-American (finished third, third and runner-up)