Kollin Moore has spent his entire athletic career representing the state of Ohio. One of only 11 Ohioans to win 200 wrestling matches in high school, Moore was a state champion before suiting up for the Buckeyes at The Ohio State University. Kollin is an NCAA Finalist and 3x NCAA All-American, a 3x Big Ten Champion and a runner up for the 2020 Hodge Trophy. He served the Buckeyes as a captain his senior year, and has represented the United States at the Junior and U23 World Championships, earning bronze and silver medals, respectively.
Kollin is a NCAA All-American, 3x Big Ten Champion, and a runner up for the 2020 Dan Hodge Trophy. Kollin was also the unquestioned #1 seed and favored to win the national title before the tournament was canceled.
Moore represented the United States, back to back, at the Junior and U23 World Championships earning bronze and silver medals, respectively. Kollin (92kg) also defeated Osman Nurmagomedov, a World Bronze medalist at the Ibhrahim Moustafa Ranking Event in Egypt. Kollin is deeply committed to the wrestling journey and is well on his way in his bid to become a World and Olympic champion.
Kollin is dedicated to giving back to younger teammates and future generations of young champions. He actively organizes clinics and camps, nurturing and guiding wrestlers who have been under his tutelage since their early years. These kids are emulating Kollin's path, aspiring to achieve successful careers in collegiate wrestling.