It was a back-to-back-to-back-to-back Beat TTUN Saturday as Men's Gymnastics, Men's Basketball, Men's Ice Hockey and Synchronized Swimming notched victories over the maize and blue. Take a closer look at each of the three wins!
The Buckeyes scored a season-high 422.200 points on their way to a commanding win over Michigan (404.950). Ohio State's team score is the fourth-highest in the NCAA in 2017.
Jake Dastrup lead the way for the Scarlet and Gray capturing two event titles at the meet. He won the pommel with a score of 14.900 matching his prior career best. He then took home the title on the parallel bars with a readout of 14.700.
Dastrup and teammate Jake Martin, who were both honored on Senior Day, combined to win three total events. Martin went out with a bang on the last high-bar routine of his career in St. John Arena. The fifth-year senior awed the crowd with a stellar routine of 14.850.
Marc Loving scored 17 points, and Ohio State overwhelmed Michigan around the basket in a 70-66 victory over the Wolverines on Saturday night.
Trevor Thompson had 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Buckeyes (14-10, 4-7 Big Ten), who outrebounded Michigan 42-24 and won despite shooting only 40 percent from the field. Derrick Walton Jr. scored 25 points for the Wolverines (14-9, 4-6).
Men's Ice Hockey
Nick Schilkey found the back of the net with 30 seconds remaining to give the Buckeyes a come from behind victory over the Wolverines.
For the second straight meet, the Ohio State Synchronized Swimming team didn't let anything go to waste and performed a number of beautiful routines, this time at the Jessica Beck Memorial meet inside of McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on Saturday.
The Buckeyes dominated once again on the scoreboard, posting 93 points and besting Michigan (71) and Wright State (12).
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