The awards continue to come by the truckload for Ohio State's Logan Stieber.
Mere hours after earning a nomination for the ESPY as the Best Male College Athlete, Ohio State's four-time national champion wrestler was named Big Ten Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year Wednesday.
Stieber becomes just the fourth Buckeye to win the award and the first since Evan Turner in 2010.
Only the fourth NCAA wrestler in history to win an individual national championship four straight times, Stieber also helped lead the Buckeyes to their first ever team title in the program's 94-year history. Stieber is also the first Big Ten wrestler to win the NCAA crown four times and the first Buckeye to take home the Dan Hodge Trophy as the nation's top wrestler.
Stieber ended his illustrious career on a 50-match win streak dating all the way back to December 2013.