COLUMBUS, Ohio – Brandon Wynn of Voorhees, N.J., was inducted into the Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame at a ceremony at Archie M. Griffin Ballroom at the Ohio Union this past weekend. During his collegiate career, Wynn was a two-time NCAA champion and six-time All-American.
Wynn earned First Team All-Big Ten accolades in 2008 and followed that up with his first All-America accolade at the 2009 NCAA Championships, placing eighth in the all-around. In 2010 he earned First Team All-Big Ten honors again after notching Top 3 finishes on still rings, vault and all-around.
He went on to win NCAA and Big Ten championships on the still rings in 2010 and repeated the feat in 2011. The “Lord of the Rings” also excelled in the classroom, earning Academic All-Big Ten honors and College Gymnastics Association Academic All-America honors all three years he was eligible and Ohio State Scholar-Athlete status all four of his years in Columbus.
A member of the U.S. Senior Men’s National Team, Wynn was a four-time U.S. still rings champion, who also claimed two still rings silver and the all-around and parallel bars bronze medals. He competed on three U.S. World Championships Teams, winning the 2013 World still rings bronze. He also was a member of the 2011 and 2015 Pan American Games Team, bring home the still rings gold and team bronze. Wynn also competed in the 2012 and 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
— Information from OSU Athletics website.