Ohio State Hosting Kent State & Cleveland State In Thanksgiving Throwdown

Second-ranked Ohio State hosts Kent State and Cleveland State in the Thanksgiving Throwdown at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday. The tri-meet gets started at 7 PM ET LIVE on FloWrestling.

Here is the format:


Projected Lineups:

Kent State (5-0)

125: Will Bardezbain

133: No. 17 Anthony Tutolo

141: Tim Rooney or Chance Driscoll

149: Nick Monico 

157: Casey Sparkman

165: Isaac Bast 

174: Dylan Barreiro

184: Colin McCracken or Shane Mast

197: Stephen Suglio or Kyle Conel

285: Devin Nye


Cleveland State (0-0)

125: Cameron Lathem

133: Evan Cheek

141: Drew Fairbanks or Sam Matzek

149: Ryan Ford

157: Georgio Poullas

165: John Vaughn

174: Gabe Stark

184: Nick Corba or Chris Morrow

197: John Kelbly

285: Collin Kelly


Ohio State (1-0)

125: Brakan Mead

133: No. 10 Luke Pletcher

141: Brendan Fitzgerald or Clay Ragon

149: No. 9 Ke-Shawn Hayes

157: No. 6 Micah Jordan

165: No. 7 Te’Shan Campbell

174: No. 3 Bo Jordan

184: No. 2 Myles Martin

197: No. 1 Kollin Moore

285: No. 1 Kyle Snyder or Kevin Snyder or Gary Traub

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