Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Jan. 14, 2014

Athletes of the Week
  • Ohio State men's track and field senior sprinter Demoye Bogle was named the Big Ten Co-Track Athlete of the Week after breaking his own school record in the 60-meter hurdles Friday during the Buckeye Classic at French Field House. His winning time of 7.65 ranks as the top time in Division I so far this season.

  • Ohio State women's basketball sophomore guard Ameryst Alston earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors after tying a career high with 29 points on 13 of 21 shooting as Ohio State knocked off No. 22 and previously unbeaten Indiana Saturday in Bloomington, 70-51. Alston also dished out four assists and had two steals while playing all 40 minutes for the Buckeyes. Alston is averaging a Big Ten-best 36.3 minutes per game and is fourth in the conference in scoring (21.0 ppg) in league play.
No. 11 Men's Basketball (15-2, 2-2 Big Ten)
Head coach: Thad Matta
  • The Buckeyes fell to Michigan State, 72-68, in overtime Tuesday night at the Breslin Center.
  • The game Tuesday was the first Top 5 matchup between the Buckeyes and Spartans.
  • Trailing 55-38 with 7:05 to play, Ohio State closed the second half on a 20-3 run to force overtime. The Buckeyes forced nine Michigan State turnovers during the stretch.
  • Junior Sam Thompson scored a season-high 18 points, freshman Marc Loving scored 10 points and senior Aaron Craft collected one steal, six assists and scored nine points against the Spartans.
  • Ohio State dropped an 84-74 loss to No. 20 Iowa Sunday afternoon at Value City Arena.
  • Three players scored in double figures for Ohio State: LaQuinton Ross (22), Amir Williams (11) and Lenzelle Smith Jr. (10).
  • Ross led all scorers with 22 points and has scored in double figures in 10 of his last 12 games.
  • Craft collected three steals, six assists and scored six points against the Hawkeyes.
  • The Buckeyes return to action Jan. 16 at Minnesota with a 9 p.m. tip and Jan. 20 at Nebraska with a 7 p.m. tip.
Women's Basketball (12-7, 2-1 Big Ten)
Head coach: Kevin McGuff
  • Ohio State handed No. 22 Indiana its first loss of the season with an impressive 70-51 win at Assembly Hall Saturday afternoon.
  • The win marked Ohio State's second win over a ranked opponent this month.
  • Sophomore Ameryst Alston tied a career-high with 29 points and junior Raven Ferguson set a career best with 18 points on 8 of 12 shooting. Senior Martina Ellerbe also notched her first career double-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks.
  • The Buckeyes also dominated inside the lane, receiving a big boost from center Ashley Adams off the bench with eight points, five rebounds and four blocks. She finished the game with a beautiful no-look assist to Alston for Ohio State's final field goal of the game. Ohio State outscored IU, 38-14, inside.
  • Ohio State is back in action at No. 15 Penn State Thursday on BTN. Tip is set for 7 p.m.
No. 4 Men's Gymnastics
Head coach: Rustam Sharipov
  • Ohio State competed at its annual Alumni Exhibition Saturday afternoon at the Steelwood Athletic Training Facility. The Buckeyes open the 2014 regular season with the 44th-annual Windy City Invitational in Chicago Jan. 18 at 8:30 p.m.
No. 19 Women's Gymnastics
Head coach: Carey Fagan
  • The No. 19 Ohio State women's gymnastics team posted a 194.750 to open the season in a meet against No. 12 Oregon State and Bowling Green Saturday afternoon at St. John Arena.
  • The Buckeyes opened the meet with a 48.950 on vault to win the event, paced by a 9.850 from Sarah Miller, who won the event, and a 9.825 from Melanie Shaffer, who tied for second.
  • Ohio State moved to bars in the second rotation and tallied a 48.975 on the event. Shaffer led the Buckeyes with a 9.875 to win the event followed by a 9.800 from Rachel Abrams.
  • Ohio State notched a 48.500 in the third rotation on beam. Miller again led the Buckeyes with a 9.875 to take the event title while Shaffer posted a 9.775 to tie for third.
  • The Buckeyes wrapped up the meet with a 48.325 on floor exercise. Shaffer led Ohio State with a 9.750 to tie for third and Maggie Dunn notched a 9.700.
  • Shaffer took the all-around title with a 39.225.
  • The Buckeyes host Rutgers at 2 p.m. Jan. 19 in St. John Arena.
Men's Ice Hockey (11-6-1, 1-2-1-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Steve Rohlik
  • The Ohio State men's hockey team scored three unanswered third-period goals to defeat Michigan State, 5-3, Friday in Value City Arena.
  • Junior leading scorer Ryan Dzingel led the way for the Buckeyes with a hat trick and four points, including the game-winning tally. Dzingel completed his hat trick - the first in Big Ten Conference history - with less than five minutes in regulation, giving the Buckeyes a two-goal cushion.
  • Freshman goalie Matt Tomkins had 33 saves in his first game since Nov. 9, while junior Nick Oddo had two assists for a three-point night, junior Max McCormick had a two-assist night and senior Alex Szczechura added an assist for two points.
  • Oddo had his third three-point game of the season and he has eight points (2g, 6a) in his last three games combined. He has a career-high 12 assists and 17 points this season. McCormick now has 20 point this season - including 13 assists - for the third 20-point season of his career.
  • Junior forward Darik Angeli's third-period goal lifted the Ohio State men's hockey team to a 1-1 overtime tie with Michigan State in front of 8,068 fans in Value City Arena Saturday.
  • The Buckeyes were held to less than three goals for just the third time this season and for the first time in 11 games. The team is averaging 3.38 goals this year to rank third in the NCAA.
  • Dzingel had a 10-game point streak ended in the tie, with a 12-8-20 line in the stretch. He is fifth in the NCAA with 1.50 points per game and leads the Big Ten with 27 points.
  • The Buckeyes hit the road for their next four games, playing at Minnesota Jan. 17-18 and at Wisconsin Jan. 24-25. The team will be back in Value City Arena Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 to take on Penn State.
Women's Ice Hockey (7-12-3, 2-11-3 WCHA)
Head coach: Nate Handrahan
  • The Ohio State women's hockey team fell to the top-ranked Golden Gophers of Minnesota Friday night by a final score of 6-0 at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis.
  • Senior goaltender Lisa Steffes got the start for OSU between the pipes stopping 23 of 28 shots faced. Redshirt senior goaltender Chelsea Knapp saw her first action of 2014 after replacing Steffes for the final stanza. Knapp finished with 14 saves for the Buckeyes while allowing one goal.
  • The Buckeyes held the Gophers to 1-6 on their power play chances.
  • Ohio State skated to a 2-2 tie and picked up the extra league point by winning the shootout over No. 1 Minnesota Saturday night at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis.
  • Senior Ally Tarr scored the game-tying goal with 1:41 remaining in regulation and sophomore Kendall Curtis scored the lone shootout goal in the ninth round to give the Buckeyes two points in the WCHA standings.
  • Steffes blanked the top-ranked Gophers on nine attempts in the shootout and finished regulation and overtime with 28 saves.
  • The Buckeyes took the game's first lead at the 9:53 mark of the second period as sophomore Julia McKinnon fired one past Leveille for her third goal of the season. Junior Danielle Gagne was credited with the lone assist on the play after the set up for McKinnon.
  • The tying score from Tarr then came after a pass up ice from junior Taylor Kuehl left Tarr alone with just Leveille to beat. The goal was number four for Tarr this season. Assists on the score came from Kuehl and junior Kari Schmitt.
  • The tie marks just the second time in Minnesota's last 71 games that they have failed to win. The Gophers NCAA record 62-game win streak was halted back in November by North Dakota and they had won seven straight since that loss. It was the first Ohio State win over Minnesota since Oct. 20, 2007.
  • The Buckeyes head back to the state of Minnesota Jan. 18-19 for a series at Minnesota Duluth. Game times are scheduled for 4:07 p.m. ET both Saturday and Sunday at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth.
Men's Lacrosse
Head coach: Nick Myers
  • Ohio State opens the competition season with an exhibition game vs. Hill Academy Saturday, Jan. 18 in Woody Hayes Athletic Center, marking the first of three exhibition games before opening the regular season vs. Johns Hopkins Feb. 9. The men's and women's lacrosse teams are hosting "Face-Off with Ohio State Lacrosse" Saturday from 10-11, a day of fun-filled interactive activities with fans.
Head coach: James Sweeney
  • The Buckeyes opened the second half of the season with the Camp Perry Open in Camp Perry, Ohio, this past weekend.
No. 9 Rifle
Head coach: Ryan Tanoue
  • The Ohio State rifle team fired a 4623 to finish in second place ahead of conference foe UTEP (4540) and Rose Hulman (4408) Saturday at the Hugh W. Wylie Range. Kentucky placed first with a score of 4688.
  • The Buckeyes were led by sophomore Remington Lyman, who had a solid overall day firing team highs in both smallbore (581) and air rifle (590).
  • In smallbore senior Amanda Luoma fired a 575, while junior Greg Hagar (567) and freshmen Anthony Cuozzo (567) and Deanna Binnie (566) rounded out team scoring for the Buckeyes.
  • In air rifle Cuozzo fired a personal best 585 while Luoma (583), Hagar (575) and Binnie (571) rounded out team scoring.
  • Ohio State travels to Fairbanks, Alaska this weekend to compete against the Citadel Saturday and Alaska Fairbanks Sunday.
No. 11 Men's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Wadley
  • Ohio State returns to competition Jan. 17-18 at the Kenyon Winter Invitational.
No. 16 Women's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
  • Ohio State finished first in 12 of 16 events as it kicked off the second half of its 2013-14 season with a 206.5-93.5 victory over Toledo at the UT Student Recreation Center on Saturday.
  • Leading the way for Ohio State was senior Michelle Williams, who registered four first place finishes. Additionally, senior Kelly Ann Baird and freshman Amy Bopp also won multiple events. The Buckeyes finished first-second in 10 of the 16 events.
  • Top Buckeye Finishes: 200 yard medley relay - 1. Williams, Bopp, Schmidtke, Jongekrijg (1:44.78); 1000 free - 1. Dunseith (10:15.33); 200 freestyle - 1. Baird (1:50.22); 100 backstroke - 1. Davis (57.21); 100 breaststroke - 1. Bopp (1:04.12); 200 butterfly - 2. Norris (2:03.10); 50 freestyle - 1. Williams (23.53); 1-meter diving - 3. Ford (247.13); 100 freestyle - 1. Jongekrjg (51.05); 200 backstroke - 2. Baird (2:02.72); 200 breaststroke - 1. Bopp (2:19.18); 500 freestyle - 1. Gillig (5:01.37); 100 butterfly - 1. Williams (55.92); 3-meter diving - 2. Ford (284.03); 400 individual medley - 1. Baird (4:21.81); 200 freestyle relay - 1. Dzierzak, Williams, Vance, Sprau (1:34.76).
Synchronized Swimming
Head coach: Holly Vargo-Brown
  • The Ohio State synchronized swimming team opened the 2014 season hosting the Ohio State Invitational Saturday at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. The Buckeyes scored 94 points, while the University of Michigan S.S. Club was second with 57.5 points, Miami University took third with 18 points and Ohio University finished with 15.5 points.
  • Two-time collegiate national solo champion Yuliya Maryanko once again claimed first place in the solo routine with an 88.70.
  • Maryanko paired with Elizabeth Davidson in the duet competition claiming first place with a score of 87.4.
  • The afternoon concluded with the trio routine in which Buckeyes Chelsea Aton, Katie Spada and Lauren Nicholson claimed first place, earning an 84.7. Fellow Buckeyes, Samantha Golomb, Julia Gaylard and Natalie Gaylard finished second (81.85).
  • Earlier in the day, Maryanko finished first in the A element technical competition with a score of 88.680. Julia Gaylard came in first in the B figures with a score of 73.071.
  • The Buckeyes return to action at 4 p.m. Feb. 1 in their second home meet of the season in McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
Women's Tennis
Head coach: Melissa Schaub
  • Ohio State opens the spring season Saturday, Jan. 18 with a doubleheader vs. Baylor and Prairie View A&M in Waco, Texas.
Men's Track and Field
Head coach: Ed Beathea
  • Senior Demoye Bogle broke his own school record in the 60m hurdles with a winning time of 7.65 seconds at the Buckeye Classic Friday evening at French Field House, the highlight of the season-opening meet for the Ohio State men's track and field team.
  • Bogle's first-place time was also a French Field House-record and ranks as the top time in Division I so far this season. Sophomore Donovan Robertson used a collegiate-best time of 7.74 seconds - the second-best time in school history - to capture runner-up honors for the Buckeyes.
  • Junior Timothy Faust used a personal-best time of 6.77 to take first place and senior Brandon Blackwell was second in 7.02 in the 60m.
  • Faust completed the sprint sweep with a winning time of 21.47. Senior Taylor Weary was the runner-up for OSU in 22.35, with Blackwell placing third (22.83) in the 200m.
  • A time of 49.08 gave senior Jordan Rispress a victory in the 400m. Freshman Lamar Bruton debuted in second place with a time of 49.13, while sophomore Armand Austin was third in 49.78.
  • Sophomore Josh Sabo placed second in 4:12.00, followed by sophomore Francesco Maiorca with a third-place time of 4:20.47 in the mile run.
  • Sophomores Michael Brajdic (8:26.05) and Curtis Hanle (8:31.85) placed second and third, respectively, for the Buckeyes in the 3000m.
  • Second-place in the shot put went to junior J.C. Murasky (18.15m/59-6.75).
  • A height of 2.04m (6-8.25) helped junior Brant Reardon to first place while freshman Josh Fridley was the runner-up at 1.99m (6-6.25) in the high jump.
  • Senior Cory Kunze and sophomore Brady Gelvin finished second and third for Ohio State in the long jump with marks of 6.96m (22-10.00) and 6.55m (21-6.00), respectively.
  • Seniors Tyler Borton and Cody Marshall posted identical heights of 4.75m (15-7.00) in the pole vault. Borton took first place by clearing the bar on his first attempt.
  • Ohio State `A' - Rispress, senior Javon Walker, sophomore Champ Page and Bruton - won the final race of the day (4x400m relay) in a time of 3:16.59.
  • The Buckeyes return to the track next weekend at the Penn State Challenge in University Park, Pa.
Women's Track and Field
Head coach: Karen Dennis
  • The Ohio State women's track and field team began the 2014 indoor season with the Buckeye Classic at French Field House Friday evening.
  • Senior Chesna Sykes crossed the finish line in 7.35 to win first place and fellow senior Ashlee Abraham (7.36) was a close second in the 60m.
  • Sophomore Alexis Franklin was second for the Buckeyes with a personal-best time of 8.35 while junior Alexandria Johnson (8.50) came in third in the 60m hurdles.
  • Sykes (24.93), Abraham (24.94) and sophomore Aliyah Everson (24.95) claimed first, second and third place, respectively, in the 200m dash.
  • Junior Aisha Cavin cruised into first place with a time of 56.19 and sophomore SoSo Walker (56.96) was second in the 400m dash.
  • Junior Michelle Thomas (5:02.02) and sophomore Sakiko Minagawa (5:04.12) earned first and second place, respectively, in the mile run.
  • Sophomore Minori Minagawa charged into first place with a time of 10:20.24 and freshman Jill Kanney followed with a time of 10:26.22 in the 3000m.
  • Sophomore Jasmine Glover and junior Jordan Moxley tied for first place at 1.63m (5-4.25) in the high jump.
  • Junior Abie Ehimwenman's personal-best mark of 6.01m (19-08.75) put her in first place in the long jump.
  • Senior Emily Taylor finished third in the weight throw with a personal-best throw of 18.71m (61-04.75).
  • Sophomore Alyssa Gary finished in second place for the second consecutive year with a throw of 13.71m (44-11.75) in the shot put.
  • Ohio State `A' took first place in the 4x400m relay with a time of 3:52.61 while Ohio State `A' claimed the victory in the distance medley relay with a time of 12:04.21.
  • The Buckeyes return to action next weekend at the Kentucky Invitational in Lexington, Ky.
No. 12 Men's Volleyball (0-3, 0-0 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
  • The No. 12 Ohio State men's volleyball team opened its 2014 season late Thursday with a three-set (22-25, 21-25, 21-25) loss to No. 14 Hawai'i on the first day of the Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Invitational in Honolulu.
  • Redshirt freshman Driss Guessous and junior Andrew Lutz led the Buckeyes (0-1) with eight kills apiece with Guessous adding two blocks. Junior Shawn Herron had six kills on 11 attempts for a .545 hitting percentage and chipped in three blocks (2s, 1a). Junior Michael Henchy finished with five kills and a team-best four blocks (2s, 2a).
  • Freshmen Christy Blough, Miles Johnson, and Gabriel Domecus earned the first start of their young careers in the match. Blough paced the Buckeye offense with 29 assists, while Johnson finished with four kills at outside and Domecus has two digs as libero.
  • The Buckeyes dropped a 3-0 (14-25, 23-25, 21-25) match to No. 7 UCLA Friday night on day two of the Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Invitational in Honolulu.
  • Lutz finished with nine kills and three block assists to lead Ohio State in the match. Henchy added six kills and three blocks (1s, 2a), while Guessous had five kills and three blocks (1s, 2a). Freshman Domecus had a team-best nine digs.
  • Ohio State closed out the 2014 Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Invitational with a 3-0 loss (26-28, 20-25, 19-25) to No. 11 Penn State Saturday night in Honolulu.
  • Herron had a team-high eight kills and four blocks for Ohio State. Henchy added seven kills and two blocks, while Lutz and Guessous had six kills and three blocks apiece. Blough finished with 28 assists and Baker had six digs.
  • Ohio State opens its home schedule with a pair of non-conference matches next weekend. The Buckeyes will face Lees-McRae, Jan. 17, and George Mason, Jan. 18. Both matches will be played at 7 p.m. ET in St. John Arena. Admission is free.
No. 9 Wrestling (6-2, 1-2 Big Ten)
Head coach: Tom Ryan
  • Down 16-4 after five matches to No. 23 Wisconsin, the ninth-ranked Ohio State wrestling team's rally fell short after cutting the Badgers' lead to four (16-12) and the Buckeyes eventually lost , 22-15, Friday night at UW Fieldhouse in Madison, Wis.
  • Redshirt-junior Logan Stieber, ranked third in the nation, began the Buckeye rally at 141 pounds, picking up five team points following his 18-1 technical fall over Jesse Thielke.
  • Senior Ian Paddock won Ohio State's consecutive bout of the match (149 pounds) with his 3-2 victory vs. Rylan Lubeck.
  • No. 17 and 174-pounder Mark Martin provided the Buckeyes with their final win of the evening, a 4-3 victory over No. 20 Scott Liegel.
  • No. 7 Kenny Courts earned his 19th win of the season over Dylan Iczkowski and fourth major decision of the year thanks to 2:43 of riding time.
  • Trailing No. 11 Illinois, 16-15, heading into the final match, the No. 9 Ohio State wrestling team got the 3-1 win it needed from heavyweight Nick Tavanello to secure its first Big Ten Conference win of the season in Champaign, Ill.
  • Tavanello, a redshirt-freshman, scored a takedown in sudden victory vs. Chris Lopez to lift the Buckeyes over the Illini, 18-16, Sunday afternoon in Huff Hall.
  • After redshirt-junior and No. 3 Stieber put the Buckeyes on the board in the 141-pound match with his 2:02 pin over Dominic Olivieri, Paddock followed with a 10-4 win vs. No. 16 Caleb Ervin at 149 pounds to give the Scarlet and Gray their first lead (9-7) of the afternoon.
  • Redshirt-sophomore and No. 7 Courts began the run with an 8-1 victory vs. Nikko Reyes at 184 pounds. Down, 16-12, entering the 197-pound bout, senior Nick Heflin, ranked No. 4, faced Jeffrey Koepke and was a 2-1 victor, setting up the heavyweight match between Tavanello and Lopez.
  • Up next, Ohio State will wrestle No. 16 Northwestern at 7 p.m. Jan. 17 at Cincinnati Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ohio State's allotment of tickets is sold out. The Buckeyes will return to St. John Arena Jan. 24 for a 7 p.m. match vs. No. 8 Nebraska. The match vs. the Cornhuskers will be streamed live on BTN.com.
Ohio State Athletics Schedule
1.14.14 - 1.28.14

Thursday, Jan. 16

  • Women's Basketball vs. Penn State, 7 p.m.
    University Park, Pa.

  • Men's Basketball vs. Minnesota, 9 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.
Friday, Jan. 17
  • Men's Swimming vs. Kenyon, Oakland, Cincinnati, 5:30 p.m.
    Gambier, Ohio

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Lees-McRae, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Wrestling vs. Northwestern, 7 p.m.
    Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota Hockey City Classic, 9 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

  • Men's Track vs. Penn State Invite, TBA
    State College, Pa.

  • Women's Track vs. Kentucky Invite, TBA
    Lexington, Ky.

  • Fencing vs. Junior NAC, All Day
    Virginia Beach, Va.
Saturday, Jan. 18
  • Pistol at Navy, 9 a.m.
    Annapolis, Md.

  • Men's Swimming vs. Kenyon, Oakland, Cincinnati, 11 a.m.
    Gambier, Ohio

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Hill Academy, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Woody Hayes Athletic Center

  • Rifle vs. Citadel, 12 p.m.
    Fairbanks, Alaska

  • Women's Tennis vs. Baylor, 1 p.m.
    Waco, Texas

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth, 4:07 p.m.
    Duluth, Minn.

  • Women's Tennis vs. Prairie View A&M, 6 p.m.
    Waco, Texas

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota, 6 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

  • Men's Volleyball vs. George Mason, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Men's Gymnastics vs. Windy City Invitational, 8:30 p.m.
    Chicago, Ill.

  • Fencing vs. Junior NAC, All Day
    Virginia Beach, Va.

  • Men's Track vs. Penn State Invite, TBA
    State College, Pa.

  • Women's Track vs. Kentucky Invite, TBA
    Lexington, Ky.
Sunday, Jan. 19
  • Pistol vs. Navy, 9 a.m.
    Annapolis, Md.

  • Rifle vs. Alaska, 12 p.m.
    Fairbanks, Alaska

  • Women's Gymnastics vs. Rutgers, 2 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Women's Basketball vs. Iowa, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth, 4:07 p.m.
    Duluth, Minn.

  • Fencing vs. Junior NAC, All Day
    Virginia Beach, Va.
Monday, Jan. 20
  • Men's Basketball vs. Nebraska, 7 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

  • Fencing vs. Junior NAC, All Day
    Virginia Beach, Va.
Wednesday, Jan. 22
  • Men's Tennis vs. Butler, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Men's Tennis vs. Xavier, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center
Thursday, Jan. 23
  • Women's Basketball vs. Michigan, 7 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Men's Basketball vs. Illinois, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena
Friday, Jan. 24
  • Women's Tennis vs. Miami, 10 a.m.
    Coral Gables, Fla.

  • Pistol vs. Winter Open, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Wrestling vs. Nebraska, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota State, 7:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Quincy, 8 p.m.
    Quincy, Ill.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Wisconsin, 9 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

  • Women's Track vs. Gladstein Invite, TBA
    Bloomington, Ind.
Saturday, Jan. 25
  • Pistol vs. Winter Open, 8 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Rifle vs. Murray State, 8 a.m.
    Murray, Ky.

  • Women's Tennis vs. LSU/South Florida, 10 a.m.
    Coral Gables, Fla.

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Navy, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, WHAC

  • Men's Swimming vs. Eastern Michigan, Ball State, 1 p.m.
    Ypsilanti, Mich.

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota State, 1:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

  • Women's Gymnastics vs. Michigan, 4 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Lindenwood, 8 p.m.
    St. Charles, Mo.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Wisconsin, 8 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

  • Fencing vs. St. Johns Duals, All Day
    New York, N.Y.

  • Men's Tennis vs. Denver, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Men's Track vs. UK McCravy Memorial Invite, TBA
    Lexington, Ky.

  • Women's Track vs. Gladstein Invite, TBA
    Bloomington, Ind.
Sunday, Jan. 26
  • Women's Basketball vs. Michigan State, 12:30 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

  • Men's Gymnastics vs. Illinois, 2 p.m.
    Champaign, Ill.

  • Fencing vs. NYU Duals, All Day
    New York, N.Y.

  • Men's Tennis vs. Toledo, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Men's Tennis vs. Match 1, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Men's Tennis vs. Match 2, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center