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Logan Stieber Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
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Logan Stieber Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who is Logan Stieber?

Logan Stieber is an American retired folkstyle and freestyle wrestler who is recognized as one of the best NCAA wrestlers of all time.

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Like many other wrestlers, Logan Stieber began wrestling in high school when he attended Monroeville High School, in Monroeville, Ohio. While wrestling in high school Logan Stieber won five Ohio High School Athletic Association state wrestling championships 4 of those being for his individual competition and one of them as a part of his school wrestling team. Logan Would also only lose one time during his entire high school wrestling career. 

After graduating from high school, Logan Stieber would go on to attend Ohio State University. After finishing his NCAA career, Logan Stieber would go on to attempt to compete in the 2016 Rio Olympics and would later represent Team USA on its 2017 World Team.

Logan Stieber would then retire from competition in the year 2019 and would go on to work as a coach at the Ohio RTC Center.

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How Old is Logan Stieber?

Logan Stieber was born on January 24, 1991, in Monroeville, Ohio, U.S. This makes him 30 years old at the time of writing. 

Logan Stieber’s Family

Logan Stieber is the son of Tina Stieber and Jeff Stieber. Logan Stieber also has a brother named Hunter Stieber who is also a wreslter. 

How Much is Logan Stieber Worth?

Logan Stieber’s estimated net worth as of 2021 is between $1 million and $5 million US dollars. 

How Tall is Logan Stieber?

Logan Stieber stands at 5 foot 4 inches tall or 1.65 meters tall. 

What is Logan Stieber’s Reach? 

Logan Stieber’s reach is currently unknown. 

How Much Does Logan Stieber Weigh?

Logan Stieber has competed in the 61 kilograms or 135 pounds and the 65 kilogram or 143-pound divisions. Logan Stieber has also competed in the 141-pound division. 

Who Did Logan Stieber Lose to?

While it is hard to come across people that Logan Stieber has lost to, there are a few names we can find. 

Logan Stieber has lost to Zain Rutherford, in 2014 in his collegiate competition career. Logan Stieber lost to two other wrestlers in his NCAA career but their names are unknown. 

Logan Stieber also lost to one wrestler in his high school career but their name is unknown. 

What is Logan Stieber’s Record?

In high school, Logan Stieber had an insanely impressive record of 185 fights with 184 wins and just one loss. 

In his NCAA career, Logan Stieber would compete in a total of 122 matches, winning 119 matches and losing only 3. 

This gives Logan Stieber an insane combined record of 307 total matches with a total of 303 total wins and just 4 losses. This gives Logan Stieber the insane combined win rate of 98.7 percent. The man almost has a 100 percent win rate with that many matches, no wonder he’s considered one of the best in history. 

What Titles Has Logan Stieber Held?

Logan Strieber has held a long list of titles including winning the Big 10 championships in his division every year from 2011 to 2015. Logan is also a 4 time NCAA champion, which he won while competing for Ohio State University winning every year from 2011 to 2015.

In his freestyle career, Logan Stieber won the World Championships in 2016 and would go on to win at the Pan American Wrestling Championships two years later at the 2018 Pan American Wrestling Championships in Lima. That same year Logan Stieber would go on to win the 2018 world cup in Iowa. 

Logan Stieber is also the fourth wrestler in history to win four individual National Championships 

Has Logan Stieber Had Any Serious Injuries?

Logan Stieber has not had any serious injuries that are worth noting in this bio. 

Is Logan Stieber Retired?

Logan Stieber retired from competition in 2019 after having one of the best careers in history. Logan Stieber then moved into coaching and began to work out of the Ohio RTC Center. 

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