Senior Nick McDiarmid wins his fifth match in a row at 197 pounds in his last dual at Jenison Field House.
Seniors Nick McDiarmid, Nick Proctor and John Rizqallah record victories for MSU.
Wisconsin is hosting the 100th annual Big Ten Wrestling Championships March 8-9 in Madison, Wis.
Brenan Lyon pinned No. 15 Sean Boyle in 2:01 at 125 pounds.
Career: 59-36 Overall, 16-16 Duals, 39-16 Open Tournaments.
2013-14 (Junior) 18-11 Overall, 10-5 Duals, 7-3 Open Tournaments: Collected a career-high 10 dual wins at 197 pounds . . . Went 10-5 in duals (3-5 Big Ten) . . . Placed runner-up at the Cradle Gear Invitational and fifth at the MSU Open . . . Recorded wins over two ranked opponents in duals (No. 14 Brandon Palik of Drexel; No. 15 Nick Whitenburg of Eastern Michigan) . . . Recorded Big Ten dual wins over Chris Heald of Michigan (3-1), Jeff Koepke of Illinois (9-6) and Cheney Dale of Indiana (4-0) . . . Placed 10th in the Big Ten Championships with a record of 1-3, earning a 6-0 decision over Garret Goldman of Indiana . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2012-13 (Sophomore) 21-11 Overall, 1-5 Duals, 17-4 Open Tournaments: Went 3-1 at the EMU Open, finishing second . . . Finished in first place at the Flash Flanagan Open with a 2-0 record, recorded a major decision victory over Iowa State's Ben Perna, 12-3 . . . Recorded a 4-0 record at the Purple Raider Open to claim first place . . . Went 3-2 at the Greyhound Open, finishing sixth . . . Defeated No. 16 Alex Polizzi of Northwestern, 3-2.
2011-12 (Red-shirt Freshman) 20-14 Overall, 5-6 Duals, 15-6 Open Tournaments: Started off the season by taking fifth place at the EMU Open . . . Went 2-1 at the MSU Open . . . Won his first dual match over Tyler Lester of Bucknell, 7-4 . . . Placed fifth at the Reno Tournament of Champions and went 5-2 . . . Filled in at 197 pounds for injured senior Tyler Dickenson . . . Lost a close match to No. 11 Morgan McIntosh of Penn State, 7-5 . . . Beat Mac Mancuso of West Virginia, 7-2 . . . Defeated Luke Schoen of Northwestern, 3-2, for his first Big Ten victory . . . Took third place in the Edinboro Open and went 4-1 . . . Went 0-2 in his first career Big Ten Championships, losing to Andrew Campolattano of Ohio State and Max Huntley of Michigan.
2010-11 (Freshman): Redshirted . . . Competed at 197 pounds and went 17-7 overall . . . Took first place in the freshman/sophomore division at the EMU Open . . . Placed sixth at the MSU Open with a 3-3 record . . . Went 2-2 at the Cleveland State Open . . . Finished 3-1 at the Purple Raider Open and took second place . . . Went 5-1 at the Simonson Open and placed third; finished the tournament with two consecutive major decisions.
PREP: Named No. 7 recruit in the nation at 215 pounds by ESPN RISE Magazine . . . Won the Division 1 Michigan state title in the 215-pound weight class as a senior while going undefeated ... Helped lead Hartland to the team state semifinals in 2010 . . . Won the 215-pound national title at the High School Senior National Championships in Virginia Beach, Va., defeating Illinois state champ Matthew Dwyer, 3-1, in the championship match . . . Ended his high school career with 122 consecutive victories . . . Wrestling for Fowlerville High School as a junior, went undefeated and claimed the Division 2 Michigan state title at 215 pounds . . . Took second at the 2009 Preseason National High School Championships . . . As a sophomore at Mason High School, finished runner-up at 215 pounds in Division 2 ... Three-time district and regional champion ... Earned all-league honors all four years . . . 2008 Cadet Greco All-America selection.
PERSONAL: Son of Tom and Debby McDiarmid . . . Born March 17, 1992 . . . Criminal justice major . . . Lists his biggest wrestling influences as his brother.