Athletics Good Stuff

March 5, 2013

Athletes of the Week
  • Men's lacrosse junior midfielder Darius Bowling earned ECAC Specialist of the Week honors after winning a career-high eight faceoffs, picking up six groundballs and causing two turnovers in the win over the Nittany Lions. A native of Atlanta, Bowling won 5 of 8 faceoffs in the second half and overtime as Ohio State rallied. Bowing was 4-2 in the third quarter, as the Buckeyes outscored the Nittany Lions, 6-0, to tie the game at 8-all and he then won 1-of-2 faceoffs in the fourth quarter and the draw to open overtime. Bowling is first on the squad with 18 groundballs and his seven caused turnovers are tied for the team lead. He has at least three groundballs in each game this year. He is fourth among ECAC players with 4.5 groundballs per outing and tied for second in the league with 1.75 caused turnovers per game.

  • Women's hockey senior captain Hokey Langan had a goal and an assist in Friday's win and another goal on Saturday for a three point weekend in a first round WCHA Playoff series sweep on the road against Minnesota Duluth. Ohio State is going to its first WCHA Final Face-Off since 2010. Langan has tallied 29 points this season on 12 goals and 17 assists. The Chatham, Ontario, native is fifth on the Ohio State all-time scoring list with 134 career points.

    Baseball (6-4)
    Head Coach: Greg Beals

  • Ohio State had its five-game win streak snapped by Connecticut, 5-2, Friday afternoon at Melching Field in DeLand, Fla.
  • Garrett Russini's walk-off double to plate Tyler Bocock in the bottom of the 12th inning gave Stetson a 3-2 victory over the Ohio State baseball team Saturday evening at Melching Field.
  • Brad Goldberg was not as dominant as his previous two outings but still pitched well, going 5.2 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out five. Ryan Cypret, Joe Ciamacco and Mike Carroll each had two-hit games for the Buckeyes.
  • Behind strong pitching from senior left-hander Brian King and timely hitting, the Ohio State baseball team defeated Central Michigan, 8-1, Sunday morning at Melching Field in Deland.
  • Trace Dempsey pitched a scoreless eighth and ninth, striking out a batter, as the Buckeyes came away with the victory.
  • Tim Wetzel and Aaron Gretz each had a pair of hits for the Buckeyes. King picked up the win to move to 2-1 on the season while Dodridge suffered the loss to fall to 1-2.
  • Ohio State travels to South Carolina for four games in Myrtle Beach and another at Charleston Southern March 8-12.

    No. 16 Men's Basketball (21-7, 11-5 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Thad Matta

  • Ohio State defeated Northwestern, 63-53, at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston, Ill.
  • Lenzelle Smith Jr. led all scorers with a season-high 24 points and shot 6 of 11 from 3-point range, career highs in both makes and attempts. He also tied a career best with three steals.
  • With 19 points, Deshaun Thomas moved to No. 21 on the all-time scoring list at Ohio State (1,452 total points). He needs seven points to pass David Lighty for 20th. Thomas has scored in double figures in all 28 games this season.
  • The Buckeyes return to action at Indiana at 9 p.m. March 5.

    Women's Basketball (17-12, 7-9 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Jim Foster

  • Senior Tayler Hill scored 18 of her team-high 21 points in the second half and Ashley Adams added a season-high 17 points and 10 rebounds as Ohio State picked up a big road win Thursday, 64-53, over the Illini.
  • For the seventh straight game, Ohio State's defense held the opponent to 60 points or less while holding the Illini to 29 percent from the field. Adams added four blocked shots and held Karisma Penn to 7 of 20 from the field.
  • Darryce Moore had 12 points off the bench and Ameryst Alston had eight points for the Buckeyes, who made 19 of 24 from the free throw line.
  • Ohio State defeated Michigan, 66-55, Sunday afternoon at Value City Arena in front of a season-high 7,793 fans.
  • Hill scored a game-high 20 points and recorded three assists, three steals and zero turnovers in her final home game as a Buckeye.
  • Raven Ferguson added 13 points and Alston and Adams each had 12 for the Buckeyes, who are now 11-0 on Senior Day under head coach Jim Foster.
  • Senior Amber Stokes finished with six points, four assists and a steal while battling foul trouble in the second half.
  • The Buckeyes will now face Minnesota March 8 at 7 p.m. in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament in Hoffman Estates, Ill.

    Men's Golf
    Head Coach: Donnie Darr

  • The Buckeyes return to the links at the Seminole Intercollegiate March 15-17. The three-day tournament will be played at the Southwood Golf Club in Tallahassee, Fla.

    Women's Golf
    Head Coach: Therese Hession

  • Ohio State concluded the final round of the 2013 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship Tuesday in 13th place. The 18-team tournament was held at the par 72, 6,105-yard English Turn Golf & Country Club course in New Orleans and featured 15 Top 50 teams.
  • Senior Amy Meier finished tied for 13th to lead the Buckeyes, carding a 2-over 146 through two rounds of play. She compiled a 4-over 76 in the second round.
  • Sophomore Jan Chanpalangsri posted four birdies in her effort to end the tournament with a 10-over 154. The Bangkok, Thailand, native notched a second round score of 2-under 70 to move up from 89th to 60th place in the final standings.
  • Allison Harper tallied a 7-over 79 in the second round to score an 11-over 155 and tie for 66th place. Claudia Lim totaled a 13-over 157 to tie for 74th, while Susana Benavides ended the tournament tied for 88th place with a 17-over 161 after two rounds of play.

    No. 5 Men's Gymnastics (5-5-1, 4-4-1 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Rustam Sharipov

  • Ohio State had a bye week; the Buckeyes return to action March 9, hosting UIC in a 4 p.m. meet at St. John Arena. The meet marks Senior Day for two Ohio State men's gymnasts, John Laing and Blaize Monks.

    No. 19 Women's Gymnastics (5-4, 3-3 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Carey Fagan

  • Ohio State topped Illinois State, 195.950-192.775, Sunday afternoon at Horton Field House.
  • The Buckeyes started the meet on uneven bars, winning the event 48.800-47.675, Aly Marohn tied for the event title with a 9.825 while Rachel Abrams and Melanie Shaffer tied for third with a 9.800.
  • Ohio State then moved to vault, taking the event 49.100-48.200. Shaffer and Sarah Miller tied for first with a 9.850 while Marohn and Sarah Grady were knotted in third place at 9.825.
  • In the third rotation, the Buckeyes posted a 48.950 to top Illinois State's 48.800. Miller finished second on the event while Marohn and Alex DeLuca tied for third at 9.800.
  • Ohio State finished the meet with a season best on balance beam, defeating the Redbirds 49.100-48.100. Miller and Marohn tied for the event title, each posting a 9.900.
  • Marohn won the all-around title with a career-best 39.350 while Shaffer finished second at 39.100.
  • The Buckeyes host Bridgeport at 4 p.m. March 9 on Senior Day in Columbus.

    Men's Hockey (14-15-7, 13-10-5 CCHA)
    Head Coach: Mark Osiecki

  • Behind 29 saves from senior Brady Hjelle, the Ohio State men's hockey team shut out No. 3-ranked Miami, 3-0, Friday in Steve Cady Arena in Oxford, Ohio.
  • The line of junior Alex Szczechura and sophomores Tanner Fritz and Max McCormick paced the team with six points, as Szczechura and McCormick each had a goal and an assist and Fritz had two assists.
  • Hjelle's shutout was his fourth of the season, tying for first in the CCHA and second in the NCAA.
  • Hjelle was named the Perani Cup first star of the game for the 10th time this season and has been a first or second star a league-high 14 times (in 23 league starts). He clinched the league's overall Perani Cup trophy.
  • The shutout was the Buckeyes' first against Miami since Jan. 7, 2011 in Columbus (1-0). The win ended a five-game (0-4-1) winless streak for Ohio State vs. Miami.
  • In its final regular-season game in the CCHA, the Ohio State men's hockey team lost to No. 3-ranked and league champion Miami, 4-2, Saturday in Steve Cady Arena in Oxford, Ohio.
  • Fritz, Buckeye sophomore forward, won the CCHA scoring title, finishing the 28-game schedule with a league-best 32 points. He is the third Buckeye to win the crown, following Hugo Boisvert in 1998 and Paul Pooley in 1984. Fritz also led all CCHA players with 23 assists in conference action, the fourth Buckeye to pace the league in helpers (Peter Boyd '10, Boisvert '98, Paul Pooley '84).
  • Alex Szczechura is fourth on the team with 22 points and tied for second with 12 goals.
  • Ryan Dzingel leads the Buckeyes with 14 goals and is second with 33 points. He finished CCHA play third in scoring with 28 points in league games only, tying for second with 18 assists.
  • The fourth-place finish for the Buckeyes is the highest since the 2004-05 squad finished second.
  • The Buckeyes will host Ferris State in the quarterfinal round of the CCHA playoffs March 15-17 in a best of three series in the OSU Ice Rink after a first-round bye.

    Women's Hockey (19-14-3, 14-13-3 WCHA)
    Head Coach: Nate Handrahan

  • Ohio State outlasted Minnesota Duluth Friday afternoon in game one of their first round WCHA Playoffs series; winning 4-2 at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth.
  • Special teams played a crucial role as the Buckeyes converted on three of four power play opportunities while killing off all three of the Bulldogs power play chances. Redshirt junior goaltender Chelsea Knapp stopped 21 of 23 shots faced to backstop Ohio State.
  • Following an interference call on the Bulldogs, junior forward Ally Tarr put one by rookie goaltender Karissa Grapp. Tarr was set up nicely on the play from sophomore forward Taylor Kuehl. Sophomore Sara Schmitt was also credited with an assist on the score.
  • Senior forward Paige Semenza netted the Buckeyes second power play goal at the 18:20 mark of the first following another interference call on UMD. The 13th goal of the season for Semenza was assisted on by junior Annie Svedin and Schmitt; their 13th and 21st helpers of the season, respectively.
  • Svedin fired one past Grapp from the top of the zone, putting OSU up 3-2. The goal was the fourth for Svedin this season. Seniors Hokey Langan and Tina Hollowell tallied assists on the game-winning goal from Svedin.
  • Langan extended the lead to 4-2 with an empty-net score at 18:15 of the third, with senior Minttu Tuominen and Semenza recording assists.
  • Ohio State skated to a 3-0 victory over Minnesota Duluth Saturday at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, Minn. With the win the Buckeyes earn the first round WCHA Playoff series sweep and advance to next weekend's WCHA Final Face-Off.
  • Ohio State was paced offensively be three seniors in Hollowell, Tuominen and Langan and redshirt junior goaltender Knapp earned the shut out, the third for her this season. Knapp finished the game with 21 saves for OSU, who outshot UMD 34-21.
  • Ohio State will next play Minnesota Friday at 7 p.m. in a semi-final game at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, Minn.

    No. 8/11 Men's Lacrosse (4-0)
    Head Coach: Nick Myers

  • Ohio State rallied from a six-goal halftime deficit to defeat No. 8 Penn State in overtime, 10-9, Saturday afternoon at Penn State Lacrosse Stadium in University Park, Pa.
  • Buckeye sophomore Jesse King led the Buckeyes with three goals and five points and netted the gamewinner with just :00.2 seconds left in the first overtime period.
  • Sophomore Turner Evans had a hat trick and assist for four points, while senior Logan Schuss had three points on two goals and an assist. Sophomore David Planning and freshman Carter Brown each had a goal and an assist for two points. Junior Greg Dutton made eight saves in the Buckeye cage. Junior Darius Bowling won eight faceoffs for Ohio State and had a team-best six groundballs, along with two caused turnovers. Junior Joe Meurer had a team-high three caused turnovers, as Ohio State had nine caused turnovers as a team.
  • King is second on the team with 11 goals and has a hat trick in three of the Buckeyes' four games this season. He has 11 points, with six goals and five assists, in his last two games combined (marking the first multiple-assist games of his career). He is tied for second on the squad with 16 points this year and is on a 10-game point streak (19g, 11a, 30p).
  • Schuss is first on the team with 12 goals and 18 points. He extended his point streak to 49 games (each game of his collegiate career) and has multiple points in each of his last 25 outings. He is third in program history with 183 points and 114 goals and eighth with 69 assists.
  • Evans had the first hat trick and four-point game of his Buckeye career after three two-goal games and two three-point outings.
  • Ohio State, in a stretch of four-consecutive games vs. Top 10 teams, returns to Columbus to host No. 7 Denver at 1 p.m. Saturday in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium to begin ECAC play for both squads.

    No. 13 Women's Lacrosse (2-2)
    Head Coach: Alexis Venechanos

  • Despite three goals from freshman Cian Dabrowski for the second-consecutive game, the 13th-ranked Ohio State women's lacrosse team fell to No. 9 Notre Dame, 13-8, Wednesday evening at the Loftus Center in South Bend, Ind.
  • In addition to Dabrowski's tallies, Mary Kate Facchina supported the Buckeye effort with a pair of goals and Katie Chase, Jessica Hassett and Cara Facchina each added one.
  • Chase scored a game-high four goals and Tori DeScenza made a season-high 13 saves, but the 13th-ranked Ohio State was edged by Stanford, 12-10, on a snowy Saturday afternoon at the Harmon Family Football Complex.
  • Mary Kate Facchina opened scoring about 1.5 minutes into the second half, giving Cian Dabrowski her first career assist, and helping the Buckeyes pull within two with 19:15 to play. Chase and Jessica Hassett also scored as Ohio State made it 10-8 and the closest margin since the opening minutes of the contest.
  • Ohio State has a week off before returning to action at noon, March 10, against Canisius at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The Griffs are 0-2 on the season with losses to Louisville and Cornell and have two games scheduled before meeting the Buckeyes in Columbus.

    Head Coach: James Sweeney

  • Ohio State hosted the Midwest NRA National Open Air Pistol Sectionals March 1-2 at the Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range. Competitors from Indiana University, the University of Akron and the community participated in the event along with Ohio State.
  • Senior Jason Reineck placed first overall with a score of 562. He was followed by junior Joe Totts, who earned a 553 for second place. Community shooter Mike Creamer placed third with a 550.
  • The next four spots were all taken by the Buckeyes, as senior Gary Reburn placed fourth (548), sophomore Greyson McCaig placed fifth (546), junior A.J. Tourigny placed sixth (546) and junior Kimberly Hullings placed seventh (543).
  • The Buckeyes return to action at the National Collegiate Pistol Championships in Ft. Benning, Ga., March 12-14.

    Head Coach: Ryan Tanoue

  • Amanda Luoma will represent the Buckeyes as an individual competitor at the NCAA Rifle Championships held at Ohio State March 8-9. Luoma will be part of the field of 48 competitors vying for both the air and smallbore rifle NCAA Individual National Championships.

    Softball (9-6)
    Head Coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly

  • Ohio State had a bye week this week; the Buckeyes return to action in their fourth tournament of 2013 at the University of Maryland March 9-10.

    Men's Swimming
    Head Coach: Bill Wadley

  • Ohio State finished third with 470 points at the 2013 Big Ten Championships Saturday night in Bloomington, Ind. The third-place performance marked the fifth-consecutive year the Buckeyes have finished in the Top 3 at the conference championships.
  • Overall, Ohio State notched one NCAA "A' time and 14 NCAA "B" times in the last session of finals at the championships.
  • Shane Miszkiel was named a first team All-Big Ten selection, while Zach Birnbrich, Zach Holmes, Connor McDonald, Tim Phillips, Jason Schnur, Keanu Stevenson and Garrett Trebilcock were second team honorees. Miszkiel also was named Co-Diver of the Championships along with Darian Schmidt of Indiana.
  • The Buckeyes will now prepare for their Last Chance Meet to improve their times in order to help qualify for NCAAs. The meet is scheduled for Noon March 10 at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.

    Women's Swimming
    Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott

  • Up next, the Buckeyes will travel to Palo Alto, Calif., March 20-23 to compete in the U.S. Collegiate Championships.

    Synchronized Swimming
    Head Coach: Holly Vargo-Brown

  • Ohio State captured its 23rd-consecutive North Regional Championship Saturday at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. The Buckeyes collected 96 points to edge Lindenwood, who finished second with 91 points.
  • Yuliya Maryanko clinched the A Technical competition with a score of 85.981, and Julia Gaylard posted a score of 70.634 to capture the B Technical competition.
  • Up next, the Buckeyes will travel to Palo Alto, Calif., March 20-23 to compete in the U.S. Collegiate Championships.

    No. 4 Men's Tennis (14-2, 1-0 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Ty Tucker

  • Ohio State improved to 13-2 on the season after winning 4-1 at No. 37 North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C., Wednesday.
  • Ohio State won the doubles point for the 14th time this season. The 12th-ranked tandem of Devin McCarthy and Ille Van Engelen were the first to claim victory with an 8-2 defeat of North Carolina's Nelson Vick and Maik Ulrich on court two. At third doubles it was an 8-3 victory by Blaz Rola and Kevin Metka over Andrew Gores and Oystein Steiro that earned the Buckeyes the doubles point.
  • No. 2 Peter Kobelt increased the Buckeye lead to 2-0 by winning 6-3, 6-2 over Brett Clark at No. 2 singles. The next Ohio State victory came when McCarthy defeated William Parker 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.
  • Ohio State beat Penn State, 7-0, Saturday afternoon at the Indoor Tennis Center in University Park, Pa.
  • No. 17 Blaz Rola clinched the victory for the Scarlet and Gray at No. 2 singles. Rola needed three sets to defeat Tomas Hanzlik, 6-1, 4-6, 6-2. Rola, a junior, improves to 10-0 on the season and 3-0 on court No. 2.
  • The two other victories needed to reach four points came from wins at Nos. 4 and 3 singles. Ille Van Engelen surrendered just two points en route to a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Roman Trkulja on court four. In third singles Devin McCarthy was a 7-5, 6-4 winner vs. Russell Bader.
  • The Buckeyes will play their third-consecutive road match as they head to Malibu, Calif., to take on No. 12 Pepperdine at 4 p.m. March 12.

    Women's Tennis (5-4, 0-1)
    Head Coach: Melissa Schaub

  • Ohio State bested No.35-ranked Penn State, 5-2, at the Varsity Indoor Center Sunday afternoon.
  • The Buckeyes and Nittany Lions split the first two doubles matchups, but a comeback victory on court three secured the doubles point for Ohio State. Fidan Manashirova and Kelsey Dieters notched the first win for the Buckeyes during doubles play with an 8-2 victory over Penn State's Jacqueline Zuhse and Katherine Whiteaway.
  • The Buckeye duo of Gabby Steele and Grainne O'Neill rallied back from a 1-5 deficit to claim the doubles point for Ohio State over Carmen Sandor and Devan McCluskey.
  • Steele finished first in singles play for the Buckeyes with a dominating win over McCluskey, 6-1, 6-2 and Kara Cecil added another point for Ohio State with a victory in straight sets, 6-3, 7-5, on court two to give the Buckeyes a 3-1 advantage over the Nittany Lions.
  • Ohio State shut out Youngstown State, 7-0, Sunday evening for its second win of the day.
  • Steele now leads the team with 17 singles wins and eight dual-match victories, followed by Manashirova and Dieters, who both have seven dual-match wins, with 16 and 14, respectively. The doubles tandem of Cecil and Dieters leads the team with 10 victories as a duo, while Dieters has a team-best 14 doubles wins, followed by Steele with 13. The team will be back in action at the Blue-Gray Tournament in Montgomery, Ala., March 15-17. The Buckeyes will be joined by Pepperdine, Virginia, Boise State, Marshall, Michigan State, SMU and Yale in the event.

    Men's Track & Field
    Head Coach: Ed Beathea

  • Ohio State completed its last chance weekend at the Alex Wilson Invitational in Notre Dame, Ind., Saturday evening.
  • The two-day event was highlighted by a second-place and season-best long jump of 7.65m (25-1.25) from Korbin Smith, a distance that ranks the senior 17th in Division I this season.
  • Big Ten 200m champion Timothy Faust followed up his conference title run with a second-place time of 21.21 in his signature event.
  • Chris Fallon and the 4x400m relay team also represented Ohio State at Notre Dame. Fallon concluded his stellar indoor campaign with a 20th-place time of 4:06.38 in the mile, while the 1600m relay placed eighth in a time of 3:08.31. Fallon (mile) and junior Demoye Bogle (60m hurdles) will represent Ohio State at the NCAA Indoor Championships this weekend in Fayetteville, Ark.

    Women's Track & Field
    Head Coach: Karen Dennis

  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; senior Alexis Thomas (weight throw) and sophomore Aisha Cavin (200m) will represent Ohio State at the NCAA Indoor Championships this weekend in Fayetteville, Ark.

    No. 5 Wrestling (11-4, 5-3 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Tom Ryan

  • Ohio State had a bye week this past week; the Buckeyes are preparing for the 2013 Big Ten Championships which will take place March 9-10 in Champaign, Ill. Hosted by the University of Illinois, the 2013 edition of the championships will take place in Assembly Hall.

    No. 7 Men's Volleyball (12-3, 5-1 MIVA)
    Head Coach: Pete Hanson

  • Ohio State men's volleyball team survived a late Loyola surge to top the Ramblers 3-2 (25-16, 25-20, 23-25, 20-25, 15-13) in a MIVA match Friday night in St. John Arena.
  • Senior Chen Levitan led the Buckeyes with a career-high 19 kills and finished with two service aces. Sophomore Michael Henchy totaled 15 kills, while Andrew Lutz had 14 with 10 digs. Senior Grayson Overman had 11 kills with a team-best 4 blocks (1s, 3a) and libero Brenan Anderson had a match-high 12 digs.
  • Ohio State dropped a 3-0 (13-25, 20-25, 23-25) match to No. 10 Lewis Saturday night in St. John Arena. The loss is the first for the Buckeyes in MIVA play, falling to 12-3 overall and 5-1 in the league.
  • Redshirt sophomore Andrew Lutz totaled 10 kills to lead the Buckeyes, while sophomore Michael Henchy finished with seven. Sophomore libero Brennan Anderson had a team-best nine digs and senior Grayson Overman totaled five blocks (2s, 3a) to lead the squad.
  • Ohio State travels west for a pair of MIVA matches against Grand Canyon March 8-9. The Buckeyes and the Antelopes face off at 9 p.m. ET both days in Phoenix.

    Ohio State Athletics Schedule
    3.5.13 - 3.19.13

    Tuesday, March 5
    Men's Basketball vs. Indiana, 9 p.m.
    Bloomington, Ind.

    Thursday, March 7
    Women's Basketball vs. Minnesota, 7 p.m.
    Hoffman Estates, Ill.

    Friday, March 8
    Baseball vs. Harvard, 12 p.m.
    Myrtle Beach, S.C.

    Men's Volleyball vs. Grand Canyon, 9 p.m.
    Phoenix, Ariz.

    Rifle vs. NCAA Championships, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

    Women's Basketball vs. Penn State, 7 p.m.
    Hoffman Estates, Ill.

    Women's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Fayetteville, Ark.

    Men's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Fayetteville, Ark.

    Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota, 8:07 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

    Saturday, March 9
    Baseball vs. Ball State, 11 a.m.
    Myrtle Beach, S.C.

    Men's Lacrosse vs. Denver, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

    Softball vs. Maryland, 1 p.m.
    College Park, Md.

    Men's Gymnastics vs. UIC, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

    Women's Gymnastics vs. Bridgeport, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

    Softball vs. Radford, 5:30 p.m.
    College Park, Md.

    Men's Volleyball vs. Grand Canyon, 9 p.m.
    Phoenix, Ariz.

    Rifle vs. NCAA Championships, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt Hugh W. Wylie Range

    Wrestling vs. Big Ten Championships, 11 a.m., 6 p.m.,
    Champaign, Ill.

    Women's Basketball vs. TBD, 8 p.m.
    Hoffman Estates, Ill.

    Men's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Fayetteville, Ark.

    Fencing vs. NCAA Regional Qualifier, All Day

    Women's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Fayetteville, Ark.

    Women's Ice Hockey vs. UND/Wisconsin, 8:07 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

    Sunday, March 10
    Softball vs. Iowa, 11 a.m.
    College Park, Md.

    Women's Lacrosse vs. Canisius, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

    Men's Swimming vs. Last Chance Meet, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

    Baseball vs. Coastal Carolina, 3 p.m.
    Myrtle Beach, S.C.

    Softball vs. St. John's, 3 p.m.
    College Park, Md.

    Wrestling vs. Big Ten Championships, 12:30 p.m.
    Champaign, Ill.

    Men's Basketball vs. Illinois, 12:30 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

    Fencing vs. NCAA Regional Qualifier, All Day

    Women's Basketball vs. TBD, 4 p.m.
    Hoffman Estates, Ill.

    Monday, March 11
    Baseball vs. Coastal Carolina, 4 p.m.
    Myrtle Beach, S.C.

    Tuesday, March 12
    Baseball vs. Charleston Southern, 2 p.m.
    North Charleston, S.C.

    Men's Tennis vs. Pepperdine, 4 p.m.
    Malibu, Calif.

    Wednesday, March 13
    Softball vs. George Washington, 1 p.m.
    Washington, D.C.

    Thursday, March 14
    Softball vs. Towson, 2 p.m.
    Towson, Md.

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day

    Men's Basketball vs. TBD
    Chicago, Ill.

    Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Women's Track and Field vs. Shamrock Invitational, TBA
    Conway, S.C.

    Friday, March 15
    Softball vs. Pittsburgh, 2:30 p.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

    Baseball vs. Bryant University, 5:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Softball vs. George Mason, 7 p.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

    Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Women's Track and Field vs. Shamrock Invitational, TBA
    Conway, S.C.

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day

    Men's Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

    Men's Golf vs. Seminole Intercollegiate Round One, All Day
    Tallahassee, Fla.

    Men's Basketball vs. TBD, TBA
    Chicago, Ill.

    Saturday, March 16
    Softball vs. Canisius, 10:30 a.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

    Women's Lacrosse vs. Boston University, 1 p.m.
    Boston, Mass.

    Softball vs. George Mason, 3 p.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

    Men's Lacrosse vs. Virginia, 3 p.m.
    Charlottesville, Va.

    Baseball vs. Bryant University, 3:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Women's Gymnastics vs. Minnesota, 7 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

    Men's Volleyball vs. Penn State, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day

    Men's Basketball vs. TBD, TBA
    Chicago, Ill.

    Men's Golf vs. Seminole Intercollegiate Round Two, All Day
    Tallahassee, Fla.

    Men's Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

    Women's Track vs. Shamrock Invitational, TBA
    Conway, S.C.

    Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Diving Zones, All Day
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Sunday, March 17
    Softball vs. Pittsburgh, 10 a.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

    Baseball vs. Bryant University, 1:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Men's Golf vs. Seminole Intercollegiate Round Three, All Day
    Tallahassee, Fla.

    Men's Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 7:05 p.m. (if necessary)
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

    Pistol vs. Collegiate Pistol Nationals, TBA
    Ft. Benning, Ga.

    Men's Basketball vs. TBD
    Chicago, Ill.

    Tuesday, March 19
    Men's Tennis vs. Louisville, 5 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Indoor Tennis Center