March 22, 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Senior heavyweight Jeremy Johnson concluded his record-breaking Ohio University career Saturday afternoon with a 4-2 victory over Oklahoma State's Austin Marsden during Session V of the 2014 NCAA Wrestling Championships.
With the win, Johnson (Broadview Heights, Ohio) finished seventh overall at heavyweight for the second time in his career.
His win over Marsden also gave him his 41st win on the year and his 143rd career victory. His 41 wins are a single season career best.
Johnson finished the year by winning 20 of his final 22 bouts to close out the year en route to picking up his second career All-America honor.
Through five sessions at the NCAA Championships, Ohio is in 35th place in the team standings. Minnesota owns the team lead with 104 points.
Final round competition begins tonight at 8 p.m. EST inside Chesapeake Arena. ESPN will provide exclusive live coverage of the event. The Parade of All-Americans will begin at 7:35 p.m. EST.