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Originally from Parma, Ohio, Tomasello wrestled for the Buckeyes for four years, never finishing lower than third at the NCAA Tournament. Tomasello won a national title for Ohio State in 2015 at 125-pounds.

  1. Seeding 61kg At The World Team Trials

    Seeding 61kg At The World Team Trials

    Aug 25, 2021

    The World Team Trials will take place September 11-12 to determine the team that will compete in Oslo, Norway October 2-10. In this article we’ll explore what the top 8 seeds might look like for the competitors at 61kg in men’s freestyle.
  2. The 11 Most Surprising Things That Happened At Olympic Trials

    The 11 Most Surprising Things That Happened At Olympic Trials

    Apr 6, 2021

    Andy Hamilton warned us just prior to the 2021 Olympic Trials, “Trials History Says Expect Something Unexpected.” However, most or all these things almost nobody could have predicted. That’s part of what made this Olympic Trials and every World/Olympic Team Trials so memorable. The things we never saw coming.
  3. 2021 Olympic Trials Seed Projections

    2021 Olympic Trials Seed Projections

    Mar 29, 2021

    Olympic Trials week is finally here! Before official seeds come out later in the week, I wanted to take my best guess at how the seeding committee will see things. 
  4. Nathan Tomasello's Greatest Hits: Remembering The Buckeye's Stellar Career

    Nathan Tomasello's Greatest Hits: Remembering The Buckeye's Stellar Career

    Sep 24, 2020

    “Nate was a true gladiator.”
  5. Nathan Tomasello Joins Duke Wrestling Staff

    Nathan Tomasello Joins Duke Wrestling Staff

    Aug 12, 2020

    Another Buckeye is joining the coaching profession. Four-time All-American and 2015 NCAA champion Nathan Tomasello is joining the wrestling staff at Duke University as an assistant coach, becoming the ninth Ohio State alumnus on staff at a collegiate program this season.
  6. Ranking Every Freshman NCAA Title Run Since 2010

    Ranking Every Freshman NCAA Title Run Since 2010

    Jun 12, 2020

    For a number of reasons, there has been a huge uptick in the past 10 years in the number of freshmen having success at the Division I level. From 2000-2009, there were four freshmen NCAA champions. From 2010-2019, there 13. That's over a 300% increase! We're now averaging more than one freshman champion per year. Anyway, I love ranking things, and I think many people enjoy critiquing my rankings, so I decided to rank every D1 NCAA title run made by a freshman, true or redshirted, from the past 11 years.
  7. Coach Myers Wrestling S&C: Medicine Ball Partner Circuit With Tomasello

    Coach Myers Wrestling S&C: Medicine Ball Partner Circuit With Tomasello

    Feb 18, 2020

    Coach Myers is back with another strength and conditioning video this week. If you missed last week’s make sure to check it out here. 
  8. Logan Stieber Headlines The All-Decade Team For The Ohio State Buckeyes

    Logan Stieber Headlines The All-Decade Team For The Ohio State Buckeyes

    Dec 30, 2019

    The 2010s were pretty good to the Ohio State wrestling program. Tom Ryan’s teams captured the 2015 NCAA championship and finished as national runner-up in 2017, 2018, and 2019, capping a five-year streak of top-three finishes at the tournament.
  9. A Busload Of Buckeyes Heading To Fort Worth For Senior Nationals

    A Busload Of Buckeyes Heading To Fort Worth For Senior Nationals

    Dec 18, 2019

    Ohio State’s wrestling program staked its claim as one of the premier destinations for young wrestlers with elite aspirations on the freestyle stage over the past decade. Since 2012, wrestlers affiliated with the Ohio Regional Training Center filled 16 world team spots, and nine current Buckeyes and alumni will start their quest for a world team berth at this weekend’s Senior Nationals in Fort Worth, Texas.
  10. 57kg Is The Best Weight To Watch In Ft. Worth. Here's Why.

    57kg Is The Best Weight To Watch In Ft. Worth. Here's Why.

    Dec 18, 2019

    Every weight at the Senior Nationals - US Olympic Trials Qualifier will be outstanding, but the intrigue surrounding how Spencer Lee fits into this already-loaded field just might make 57kg the most compelling weight to watch in Fort Worth.
  11. Tech Notes: Nathan Tomasello vs. Seth Gross

    Tech Notes: Nathan Tomasello vs. Seth Gross

    Dec 27, 2018

    As far as we can tell, we’re starring down the barrel of a Seth Gross vs. Nathan Tomasello showdown at the Midlands Championships in just a few short days. You know, just your typical fifth-year senior vs. post-grad final. NBD. Hows it going to go? We’ll have to wait until Sunday to find out for sure, but I’ll give you a few different positions to look out for.