Myles Martin
Myles  Martin


Penns Grove, N.J.

High School:
McDonogh School



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


Nine Buckeye Quarterfinalists Push Ohio State to Day One Lead at NCAA Championships

Ohio State built a 7.5-point cushion over second-place Penn State

• NCAA Champions (174 lbs. 2016)
• All-American (2016, 2017, 2018)
• NCAA finalist (184 lbs. 2018)
• Fifth Place at NCAA Championships (184 lbs. 2017)
• Big Ten finalist (184 lbs. 2017, 2018)
• UWW University Nationals champion (86kg)
• AWN All-Rookie (2016)

2016-17 (Sophomore)

• Moved up to 184 lbs. and earned All-America honors with a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships
• Defeated fourth-seeded Nolan Boyd of Oklahoma State 10-6 in the fifth place match
• After getting upset in the second round of the NCAA Championships, won five wrestleback matches
• Big Ten finalist after knocking off No. 1-ranked and previously unbeaten Bo Nickal of Penn State in the semifinals
• 32-9 final record with 10 major decisions, six technical falls and four falls
• 11-3 in the dual season with a 7-2 mark against Big Ten foes
• Competed in the NWCA All-Star dual against Cornell’s Gabe Dean to open the season
• 184A lb. champion at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic
• Third place at the CKLV Invitational
• 7-6 against ranked opponents
• Dual-clinching major decision over Minnesota’s Bobby Stevenson
• 18 bonus point wins were second most on the team

2015-16 (Freshman)
• Just the 15th true freshman in NCAA history – and first-ever at Ohio State – to win a national championship
• Was 33-6, setting a Buckeye record for wins by a true freshman
• First No. 11 seed to win a NCAA title since 1979
• Wrestled unattached before making his varsity debut Jan. 3 at Illinois
• In the NCAA finals, defeated top-seeded Bo Nickal of Penn State 11-9 with a six-point sequence (takedown, four-point nearfall) in the second period
• Outscored his opponents 27-9 in four matches of the way to the NCAA finals
• Third at the Big Ten Championships
• AWN All-Rookie Team selection
• 20 wins via bonus points
• Champion at the Eastern Michigan Open, Findlay Open and runner-up at the Penn State Open
• went 5-0 to open the season at Eastern Michigan with a pin, tech fall and major decision
• On his way to his Findlay Open title, had pins in the first and second rounds before winning his final three matches by a combined score of 52-6

• Ranked No. 1 in the country by multiple outlets at 182-pounds
• No. 3 recruit nationally by FloWrestling
• Baltimore Sun All-Metro Wrestler of the Year
• A four-time national prep finalist and junior national freestyle champion
• Went 46-1 as a junior with 25 pins … career record of 171-15
• Won 92 matches for his final two high school seasons
• Placed first at the 2014 National Preps
• Two-time Beast of the East champ
• Three-time MIAA state champion and Maryland Independent Schools State Tournament champ
• Led McDonough to a triple crown in 2014: the MIAA's A Conference dual meet title, tournament title and the MIS wrestling tournament team title