125- Nathan Tomasello (Ohio State) d. Thomas Gilman (Iowa) 3-2.
133- Chris Dardanes (Minn) d. Ryan Taylor (Wisc) 7-2.
141- Logan Stieber (Ohio State) tf. Josh Dziewa (Iowa) 16-1.
149- Jason Tsirtsis (NW) d. Brandon Sorensen (Iowa) 2-1.
157- Isaiah Martinez (Illinois) d. Dylan Ness (Minn) 12-5.
165- Isaac Jordan (Wisc) d. Bo Jordan (Ohio State) 3-2.
174- Robert Kokesh (Neb) d. Matt Brown (Penn State) 7-3.
184- Domenic Abounader (Mich) d. Brett Pfarr (Minn) 7-6.
197- Morgan McIntosh (Penn State) d. Kyle Snyder (Ohio State) 4-1.
285- Mike McMullan (NW) d. Bobby Telford (Iowa) 4-3.
Logan Stieber (24-0, 114-3 career) is a three-time NCAA champion and became Ohio State's first four-time Big Ten Champion, he was named the OSW of the tournament. OSU's other champion was Nathan Tomasello (28-4) at 125 pounds. Head coach Tommy Ryan (Wantagh HS), now in his 9th-year at OSU, was named Big 10 Coach of the Year. Iowa claimed their 35 Big Ten title and for the Ohio State Buckeyes, it was their third team championship. Look for these two teams to battle for the NCAA team title in St. Louis.
1. Ohio State 120
1. Iowa 120
3. Minnesota 108
4. Michigan 101.5
5. Penn State 96.5
6. Illinois 96
7. Nebraska 85.5
8. Wisconsin 74
9. Northwestern 72
10. Purdue 37.5
OHIO STATE AND IOWA BATTLE TO A TIE 2015 BIG10 CHAMPIONSHIPS