Micah Jordan
Micah  Jordan

RS Junior

St. Paris, Ohio

High School:
St. Paris Graham



Ohio State Paces the Country with Seven All-Academic Honorees

Buckeyes represent highest ranked Big Ten institution


Kyle Snyder Captures Third NCAA Crown, Ohio State Places Second

Snyder leaves Ohio State as a three-time national champion


Not Done Yet, Buckeyes Clinging to Six-Point Edge Entering Finals

Myles Martin and Kyle Snyder compete for individual titles as well


School Record Eight All-Americans for Ohio State

Two Buckeyes will compete in the NCAA Finals


Buckeyes Stretch Lead to 13 Points Midway Through NCAA Championships

Ohio State paces the field with six semifinalists

• Big Ten finalist (2017, 2018)
• All-American (149 lbs. 2017; 157 lbs. 2018)
• CKLV Invitational Champion (2016, 2017)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete (2015, 2016, 2017)
• Academic All-Big Ten (2016, 2017)

2016-17 (Redshirt Sophomore)

• All-American at 149 lbs., finishing fourth overall
• Defeated 10th-seeded Laike Gardner of Lehigh 9-6 to secure All-America honors
• Finished with a 33-5 record, tying for the team high in wins with Kollin Moore
• Upset second-seeded Brandon Sorensen of Iowa in the Big Ten semifinals
• Won 21 of his 33 matches via bonus points (eight technical falls, seven major decisions, six falls)
• Defeated two top-10 opponents to claim his second career CKLV title
• 7-3 against ranked opponents
• Averaged 11.2 points per match and scored 15 or more points 15 times
• Was ranked in the top five nationally every week of the season
• Began the season 22-0

2015-16 (Redshirt Freshman)
• Finished just one match shy of earning All-American honors
• 26-4 overall, 10-1 in duals and 7-0 against Big Ten opponents during the regular season
• Third at Big Ten Championships
• Was the No. 1 seed at 141 lbs
• Member of the AWN All-Rookie Team
• CKLV Invitational champion and Big Ten Wrestler of the Week (Dec. 8)
• Eastern Michigan Open champion
• Won 22 of his first 23 matches
• 17 wins came via bonus points (10 major decisions, two tech falls, five falls)
• Ranked in the top five nationally for the majority of the regular season
• Voted “Most Improved” at postseason team banquet

2014-15 (Redshirt)
• Competed in open tournaments while redshirting and posted a 31-3 record with nine falls and four major decisions
• In his season debut, won the 157 lb. open division of the Michigan State Open, going 5-0 and defeating Drew Daniels of Navy in the finals, 6-1
• Champion of the Eastern Michigan Open and second place at the Cleveland State Open
• 149 lb. champion at the Purple Raider Open
• Pinned George McGuire of Notre Dame (Ohio) in the championship match in just 40 seconds.
• First at the Appalachian Open where we won three of his four matches by fall

• Recognized as the No. 6 ranked wrestler pound-for-pound nationally at St. Paris Graham High School
• A four-time Ohio state champion
• Wrestled for his father, Jeff, at St. Paris Graham High School and helped the team win its 14th straight Division II team title in 2014
• Is the younger brother of Bo Jordan
• Had three pins and one technical fall in the state finals
• His pin in the state finals came in 1:44
• Joined his father, uncle and brother as four-time Ohio state champions