Micah Jordan
Micah  Jordan

RS Sophomore

Urbana, Ohio

High School:
St. Paris Graham



NWCA Honors Four Buckeyes as Academic All-Americans

Ohio State finishes No. 14 overall in team GPA


Five Buckeyes Punch Tickets to NCAA Quarterfinals

Tomasello, Jordan, Snyder, Moore all pick up bonus points


March to the Arch Culminates with NCAA Championships

Big Ten champion Buckeyes have seven seeded wrestlers


Nine Buckeyes Headed to St. Louis for NCAA Championships

Tomasello, Snyder earn No. 1 seeds


Burcher Earns At-Large Bid to NCAA Championships

Redshirt sophomore headed to St. Louis March 16-18

2015-16 Season: 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 … OSU Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten.

2014-15 Season – 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 … 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.

Prior to Ohio State: 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.