OSU then-sophomore Kyle Snyder gets his hand raised during a meet against Nebraska at St. John Arena on Jan. 17. Credit: Lantern file photoResults: OSU wins 30-12•125 pounds: Michael Beck (UMD) won by forfeit. Jose Rodriguez (OSU) out due to illness.•133 pounds: No. 1 Nathan Tomasello (OSU) major decision over Billy Rappo (UMD), 15-5•141 pounds: No. 14 Luke Pletcher (OSU) major decision over Jhared Simmons (UMD), 16-7•149 pounds: Adam Whitesell (UMD) fall over Blake Riley-Hawkins. No. 5 Micah Jordan out due to illness.•157 pounds: Jake Ryan (OSU) decision over Justin Alexander (UMD), 3-2•165 pounds: Cody Burcher (OSU) decision over Patrick Gerish (UMD), 5-2•174 pounds: Justin Kresevic (OSU) decision over Josh Ugalde (UMD), 3-2. No. 1 Bo Jordan (OSU) out due to injury.•184 pounds: No. 10 Myles Martin (OSU) major decision over Sam Rowell (UMD), 16-6•197 pounds: No. 5 Kollin Moore (OSU) major decision over David-Brian Whisler (UMD), 17-7 •HWT: No. 1 Kyle Snyder (OSU) technical fall over Youssif Hemida (UMD), 22-7Worth noting: The Buckeyes lost two matchups to the Terrapins on Sunday. Both came in matchups in which Buckeye starters were not able to participate. Junior Kyle Snyder took home a technical fall victory in his high school gymnasium, as the dual meet between OSU and Maryland took place at Good Counsel High School, Snyder’s alma mater. Looking ahead: The Buckeyes travel to take on the No. 2 Iowa Hawkeyes on Jan. 27. This matchup will impact the Buckeyes greatly, both in the Big Ten and in national rankings moving forward. OSU currently sits at 8-0 on the season, but are entering a tough two-game stretch with Iowa next week and No. 1 Penn State the following week (Feb. 3).