Magrum finished the season with a 19-5 overall record, including a 10-1 mark in dual competition.
May 8, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio - C.J. Magrum, a member of the Ohio State wrestling team, was named to the National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic Division I Team, the NWCA announced Tuesday. Magrum, a redshirt junior from Oak Harbor, Ohio, is a three-time recipient.
A communications major, Magrum's season abruptly came to an end during the 2012 Big Ten Championships because of an injury. Despite qualifying for the NCAA championships in the 184-pound weight class, Magrum was forced to relinquish his spot because he was unable to compete. For his career, Magrum has qualified for the NCAA championships three consecutive seasons (2010, `11 and `12).
Magrum posted a 19-5 overall record during the 2011-12 season and is 67-39 for his career. In dual competition, Magrum was 10-1 overall this past year, including a 3-0 ledger in the Big Ten.
Academically, Magrum is a two-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
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