No. 1 Kyle Snyder of Ohio State, a Woodbine native who wrestled at Good Counsel, defeated No. 2 Connor Medbery of Wisconsin, 8-5, to win the 285-pound title at the Big Ten wrestling championships in Bloomington, Ind. A gold medalist at the 2016 Olympics, Snyder has not lost this season at the NCAA level. He also won a Big Ten title and NCAA title last year as a sophomore. Snyder's teammate Myles Martin (McDonogh), ranked No. 4, lost by major decision, 12-2, to No. 2 Sammy Brooks of Iowa in the 184-pound title match. The Buckeyes won their first outright conference championship since 1951 with 139.5 points, ahead of Penn State's 130 and Iowa's 112.5. In other individual results, Ryan Diehl (141) took fifth place, Alfred Bannister (149) sixth and Youssif Hemida (285) seventh for Maryland. Diehl, Bannister and Billy Rappo (133), who finished ninth, secured automatic qualifier bids to the NCAA championships in St. Louis, Mo.