Nation’s top wrestling programs powered by MatBoss

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Wrestling began as a varsity sport at Ohio State in 1921. Ninety-four years later, in 2015, Ohio State captured its first national championship in wrestling. The Buckeyes followed up that national championship season with another team trophy, a third-place finish, at the 2016 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Ohio State is one of several nationally renowned wrestling programs using MatBoss, wrestling’s premier videostats app.

“Evaluating and assessing ourselves is critical in one’s development,” said Ohio State head wrestling coach Tom Ryan, who has been named InterMat Coach of the Year three times. “The ability to do that with our student-athletes was enhanced through the use of MatBoss. We also were able to grab key stats immediately following the match that assisted our staff in assessing areas of focus in the room.

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