Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7 p.m. - ONU Sports Center, Ada, Ohio
Tuesday's Dual: Ohio will open the Ohio Athletic Conference portion of its schedule on Tuesday against #9 Baldwin Wallace at the ONU Sports Center ... The Polar Bears posted a 3-1 record at the Adrian (Mich.) Duals on Saturday ... Four different Polar Bears posted 4-0 records on the day, led by freshman Chase Sumner with three pins and a tech fall at 149 pounds ... Junior Cash Thompson had two pins at 197, junior Schuyler Caprella had a pin and a tech fall at 157 and senior Seth Transue had a pin and a major decision at 133 ... Thus far this season, Thompson (7-0), Caprella (7-1), Sumner (7-1) and senior Jeff Andrews (7-2) all share the team lead with seven wins each ... Sumner leads the team with three pins ... Andrews, Caprella and Sumner have 2 tech falls each and Caprella and Thompson lead the team with two major decisions each ... Andrews leads all active ONU wrestlers with a 69-41 career record, which ranks him 42nd all-time in ONU history ... Transue is 47th all-time at ONU with a 66-40 mark and Thompson is 55th all-time with a 62-29 career record ... Baldwin Wallace begins the OAC dual meet portion of its schedule ranked No. 9 nationally by the National Wrestling Coaches of America ... BW was 2nd of 14 at the Ithaca (N.Y.) Invitational on Nov. 9 and competed at the non-scoring Trine (Ind.) Invitational last weekend ... Senior Nick Sbrocco won the 157-pound weight class title at Trine with a 5-0 record ... Senior Zeckery Lehman is ranked #4 nationally at 197 and is 5-0 with 4 pins on the season ... Junior Stanley Bleich is ranked #6 at 157 with a 6-0 record, senior Charlie Nash is ranked 7th at 141 and has a 5-1 record and freshman Drew Lewis is ranked 10th at Heavyweight with an 8-3 record.
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Head Coach Ron Beaschler: Beaschler is in his 32nd season at the helm of the Ohio Northern wrestling program and currently stands as the longest-tenured head wrestling coach at the institution ... He sports a 327-234-4 career coaching record in dual action, a winning percentage of .582, making him the all-time winningest coach in program history ... Beaschler was inducted into the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Hall of Fame in 2008 and has been named OAC Coach of the Year three times in 1993, 2012, and 2013.