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March 11, 2014

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Athletes of the Week
  • Ohio State wrestlers Nick Heflin and Logan Stieber joined elite Buckeye company Sunday afternoon after winning Big Ten championships in their respective weight classes at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wis. Heflin, a senior 197-pounder from Massillon, Ohio, captured his first conference title and Stieber, a redshirt-junior 141-pounder from Monroeville, Ohio, became just the second Buckeye to win three league championships. Stieber joins Kevin Randleman (1991-93) in that category. Heflin and Stieber now have automatically qualified for the 2014 NCAA Championships which will take place March 20-22 at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla.

  • Ohio State women's basketball sophomore guard Ameryst Alston finished the 2014 Big Ten Tournament with 83 points in three games after scoring 30 points in the Buckeyes' 86-77 win over Northwestern, a career-high 33 points in the Buckeyes' 99-82 upset over No. 1 Seed Penn State and 20 points in the Buckeyes' 77-73 loss to Iowa. The Canton, Ohio, native scored 63 points in a two-game span, the second-most in Big Ten Tournament history, trailing only Kelly Mazzante's (PSU) 64 points in 2002. A consistent offensive threat all season, Alston scored in double-figures in all but two games and enjoyed five 30-point performances this season, joining only a handful of Buckeyes who have scored at least 30 points in consecutive games in their careers.
Baseball (7-3, 0-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Greg Beals
  • The Ohio State baseball team fell, 8-2, to No. 9 Oregon in the opener of a three-game set Friday night at PK Park in Eugene, Ore.
  • Behind a complete game shutout from junior left-hander Ryan Riga, Ohio State evened its series with a 5-0 win over No. 9 Oregon Saturday evening at PK Park in Eugene, Ore.
  • Ohio State dropped its rubber game at No. 9 Oregon, 20-4, Sunday afternoon at PK Park in Eugene, Ore.
  • The Buckeyes face No. 8 Oregon State at 8:35 p.m. ET Tuesday in Corvallis.
No. 22 Men's Basketball (22-8, 9-8 Big Ten)
Head coach: Thad Matta
  • Ohio State defeated No. 22 Michigan State, 69-67, Sunday afternoon on Senior Day at Value City Arena.
  • With the win, the Buckeyes earned the No. 5 seed in the Big Ten Tournament held March 13-16 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Ohio State will face No. 12 Purdue in the first round Thursday, March 13 at 2:30 p.m.
  • Seniors Aaron Craft and Lenzelle Smith Jr. have won two Big Ten regular season titles, two Big Ten tournament titles, 117 games and 52 regular season conference games. They have participated in a Final Four, two Elite Eights, and three Sweet Sixteens and have duo combined for 2,260 pts, 1,007 rebounds, 863 assists and 408 steals.
  • LaQuinton Ross led Ohio State with 22 points, while Craft scored 11 points and notched seven assists and Sam Thompson scored nine points.
  • With four steals, Craft passed Bruce Douglas of Illinois (324) as the all-time career steals leader in Big Ten history with 328. He is 18th on the all-time NCAA career steals list.
Women's Basketball (15-17, 5-11 Big Ten)
Head coach: Kevin McGuff
  • Ameryst Alston scored 20 of her game-high 30 points in the second half to lead No. 8 seed Ohio State to an 86-77 win over No. 9 Northwestern in the first round of the Big Ten tournament Thursday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
  • Alston was backed by the superb play of seniors Darryce Moore and Martina Ellerbe, who each recorded double-doubles - 19 points and 10 rebounds for Moore and 16 points and a career-high 13 boards for Ellerbe.
  • Alston scored 33 points and Cait Craft added 24 as eighth-seeded Ohio State stunned No. 11-ranked Penn State 99-82 Friday in the Big Ten Conference tournament quarterfinals.
  • Raven Ferguson added 15 points for OSU, which shot 71.9 percent in the first half when it made all 10 of its 3-pointers for a 58-34 lead. The 58 points were a tournament record.
  • Ohio State's Big Ten tournament run came to an end Saturday in a 77-73 loss to No. 5 seed Iowa in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
  • Alston led Ohio State with 20 points while Ellerbe and Moore each added 15 in their final game as Buckeyes. Ferguson added nine and Craft eight. Alston finished the tournament with 83 points in three games after scoring 30 and 33 in wins over Northwestern and Penn State, respectively.
Men's Golf
Head coach: Donnie Darr
  • On the third and final day of competition at the USF Invitational, the Ohio State men's golf team competed to a 10th-place finish. The Buckeyes carded a 6-under 858 overall, including a 9-under 279 in the third round on the par 72, 7,153-yard South Course at the Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club in Dade City, Fla.
  • With an eagle and five birdies, sophomore Max Rosenthal played his best round of the invitational on the final day. He pulled through with a 3-under 69, bringing his total to 3-under 213 for 22nd. Freshman Clark Engle also ranked in the 22nd spot after going 1-under 71 in the third. In all, 14 birdies and an impressive two eagles fueled his 3-under 213 performance for the tournament.
  • The Scarlet and Gray next suit up for the Seahawk Invitational March 15-16 in Willington, North Carolina.
Women's Golf
Head coach: Therese Hession
  • The Buckeyes had a bye weekend; Ohio State next competes at the Lady Gator Invitational in Gainesville, Fla., March 14-16.
No. 4 Men's Gymnastics
Head coach: Rustam Sharipov
  • The No. 4 Ohio State men's gymnastics team posted its second-highest team score this season Saturday evening at Burnham Pavilion in Palo Alto, Calif., earning an overall score of 442.40 en route to a second-place finish against No. 2 Stanford, No. 10 California and Arizona State.
  • Two Buckeyes claimed individual event titles at the quad meet. Junior Danny Steiner won floor exercise with a season-high 15.35 and redshirt senior Michael Newburger claimed his third individual event title this season on pommel horse with a 15.70.
  • In addition, Ohio State posted a season best score of 74.05 on floor exercise and a program best score of 74.25 on pommel horse.
  • The Buckeyes return to St. John Arena Saturday, March 15 at 4 p.m. for their final home meet of the season against No. 1 Oklahoma and Temple. The meet marks Senior Day for Will Jeffreys, Brandän Jones, Misha Koudinov, Newburger and Nick Tagliaferro, who will be honored in a ceremony before the start of the meet.
No. 24 Women's Gymnastics
Head coach: Carey Fagan
  • Paced by strong efforts from seniors Victoria Aepli, Alex DeLuca, Sarah Miller and Melanie Shaffer, the No. 24 Ohio State women's gymnastics team notched a season best team score when it defeated Ball State, 196.600-192.350, on Senior Day Saturday afternoon in St. John Arena.
  • Ohio State opened the meet on vault, posting a season-high 49.200 to win the event. The Buckeyes posted the top five scores on the event, led by Miller's career-high tying 9.950.
  • The Buckeyes took uneven bars in the second rotation with a 48.950. Shaffer, Samantha Kent and Aepli each tied for first on the event with a 9.900.
  • On balance beam in the third rotation, Ohio State posted a 49.050. Shaffer won the event with a 9.875.
  • The Buckeyes closed out the meet on floor exercise with a season-best 49.400. DeLuca won the event with a career-high 9.925 while Shaffer won the all-around with a 39.350.
  • The Buckeyes travel to East Lansing for the Michigan State Quad at 2 p.m. next Saturday. The meet will be televised on BTN.
Men's Ice Hockey (15-11-4, 5-7-4-3 Big Ten)
Head coach: Steve Rohlik
  • The Ohio State men's hockey team lost to No. 1-ranked Minnesota, 5-1, Friday in Value City Arena.
  • Sophomore Anthony Greco led junior Max McCormick up the ice in the second period to set up the Buckeyes' lone goal. His shot was saved, but junior Tanner Fritz, playing in his 100th career game, was there for the rebound.
  • On Senior Night in Value City Arena, the Ohio State men's hockey team came from a goal down twice to tie No. 1-ranked Minnesota, 2-2, in overtime. The Buckeyes then prevailed in the shootout, 1-0 in three rounds, to pick up the extra point in the Big Ten standings.
  • Junior Ryan Dzingel put the Buckeyes on the board with a power play goal in the second period, while freshman Nick Schilkey tied the game at 2-all with less than four minutes to play in regulation. Schilkey also scored the lone Buckeye goal in the second round and freshman Christian Frey, who had 30 stops in regulation and overtime, made a save in all three rounds for the shootout victory.
  • Ohio State closes out the regular season with a series at Penn State March 14-15. The games are scheduled for 7 p.m. and 3 p.m., respectively.
No. 19 Men's Lacrosse (1-3, 0-0 ECAC)
Head coach: Nick Myers
  • The Ohio State men's lacrosse team was defeated by Hofstra, 7-5, Saturday afternoon in Hempstead, N.Y.
  • In the game, Buckeye junior Jesse King picked up two points, including the 100th point of his Buckeye career. He is the 28th Buckeye to hit triple digits.
  • King leads the Buckeyes with 14 goals and 21 points this season. He extended his point streak to 28 and now has 54 goals, 36 assists and 90 points in the stretch. Turner Evans extended his point streak to 13 (24g, 13a, 37p). He is second on the team with 16 points, including a team-high 10 assists.
  • Next up, Ohio State heads to Denver for a 3 p.m. ET game March 15. The squad will then host three games in a row, facing Bellarmine March 21 to open ECAC play, Notre Dame March 25 and Jacksonville March 29.
Women's Lacrosse (2-3, 0-0 ALC)
Head coach: Alexis Venechanos
  • Junior midfielder Jennifer Porretto tied her career high with four points, while sophomore Cian Dabrowski scored a season-best three goals to help the Ohio State women's lacrosse team defeat Louisville, 12-11, Tuesday afternoon at Ohio Stadium.
  • Led by a season-high 13 saves by junior goalie Tori DeScenza and four goals by senior Katie Chase, the Ohio State women's lacrosse team posted an 11-10 upset overtime victory against No. 4 Northwestern Sunday afternoon at Ohio Stadium.
  • The ranked win marks the first victory for the Buckeyes against Northwestern since the 2003 campaign.
  • Dabrowski collected a career-high five points as the No. 20 Ohio State women's lacrosse team won its third-consecutive game, defeating High Point, 13-5, Monday afternoon at Ohio Stadium. With the victory the Buckeyes improve to 5-0 at home this season.
  • The team returns to the road this weekend, traveling to play Hofstra at Noon Saturday in Hempstead, N.Y.
Pistol
Head coach: James Sweeney
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes compete at the NRA Pistol National Championships March 8-14 at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga.
No. 6 Rifle
Head coach: Ryan Tanoue
  • Senior Amanda Luoma and freshman Deanna Binnie will compete at the 2014 NCAA Championships, which are scheduled to take place March 14-15 at Pat Spurgin Rifle Range and CFSB Center on the campus of Murray State.
Softball (6-9, 0-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly
  • Despite a career-high two hits from Keelia Nester, the Ohio State softball team opened up the Red & Black Classic with a 7-3 loss to Ohio on Friday afternoon at Louisville's Ulmer Stadium.
  • The Ohio State softball team erupted for 19 runs and 18 hits in victories over Massachusetts and Illinois State on the second day of the Red and Black Classic on the campus of the University of Louisville. The Buckeyes defeated Massachusetts, 13-3, in Game One and Illinois State, 6-5, in Game Two.
  • The Ohio State softball team closed out the Red and Black Classic by splitting its games on Sunday, defeating Massachusetts, 9-7, before falling to host Louisville, 11-5.
  • Ohio State heads to California next week for Spring Break, facing California in a single game on Wednesday, March 12 and then traveling to Fresno, Calif., for the Bulldog Classic March 14-16 on the campus of Fresno State University.
No. 7 Men's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Wadley
  • Senior Alex Miller made the most of his final opportunity to qualify for the 2014 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships, clocking a 4:18.64 in the 500 freestyle at Georgia Tech's Last Chance Meet on Saturday while teammate Steven Zimmerman notched a 1:41.66 in the 200 backstroke, which is also an NCAA "B" cut and puts him in position to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
  • Senior Garrett Trebilcock set a school record in the 100 backstroke at Georgia Tech's Last Chance Meet in Atlanta, Ga, clocking a 45.92. Teammate Ryan Bubb also swam in the 100 backstroke, touching the wall in 48.38, which is an NCAA "B" cut while Miller competed in the 1650 freestyle, finishing with a time of 15:08.72 in the finals, which is also a NCAA "B" cut.
  • The 2014 NCAA Championships will be held March 27-29 in Austin, Texas.
No. 15 Women's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
  • Nine members of the 15th-ranked Ohio State women's swimming and diving team will represent the Buckeyes at the 2014 NCAA Championships, held March 20-22 in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Ohio State will send seniors Alex Norris and Michelle Williams, junior Ashley Vance and freshmen Lindsey Clary and Taylor Vargo. In addition, Phoebe Cater, Katy Luchansky, Aliena Schmidtke and Annie Jongekrijg will swim as alternates on relays only. Ohio State will be in the 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle and 800 freestyle relays.
  • Divers have the opportunity to qualify for the NCAA Championships at the Zone Diving Championships at sites across the nation March 10-16.
Synchronized Swimming
Head coach: Holly Vargo-Brown
  • The Buckeyes will compete in the U.S. Collegiate Championships March 19 in Oxford, Ohio. The Scarlet and Gray have captured four of the last five U.S. Collegiate Championships (2009-12).
No. 1 Men's Tennis
Head coach: Ty Tucker
  • The No. 1 Ohio State men's tennis team dropped its first match of the season Friday evening, falling 4-1 at No. 4 Oklahoma at Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion in Norman, Okla. The loss snaps a 17-match win streak for the top-ranked Buckeyes (17-1), which marked the best start in program history. Ohio State is now 6-1 away from Columbus in 2014.
  • The Buckeyes return to the road March 12 when they travel to Athens, Ga., to face Georgia.
Women's Tennis
Head coach: Melissa Schaub
  • The No. 59-ranked Ohio State women's tennis team collected a pair of wins in its doubleheader vs. Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio.
  • The Buckeyes collected their fifth shutout of the season, downing Northern Kentucky, 7-0, before defeating Cincinnati, 6-1, in their second match of the day at the Varsity Tennis Center.
  • Ohio State earned its fifth-straight win of the spring campaign Saturday, defeating Princeton, 6-1. The win moves the Buckeyes to a 6-0 record at the Varsity Tennis Center and marks the second victory over a ranked opponent in the spring slate.
  • Up next, Ohio State will head to Las Vegas, Nev., to compete against UNLV March 12 and Marquette March 14.
No. 25 Men's Track and Field
Head coach: Ed Beathea
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes return to action at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships March 14-15 in Albuquerque, N.M.
Women's Track and Field
Head coach: Karen Dennis
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes return to action at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships March 12-14 in Albuquerque, N.M.
No. 14 Men's Volleyball (7-7, 4-3 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
  • The No. 14 Ohio State men's volleyball team traveled to No. 15 IPFW and dropped a 3-2 (22-25, 25-22, 27-29, 25-23, 15-10) MIVA heartbreaker to the Mastodons in Fort Wayne, Ind.
  • Michael Henchy led the Buckeyes with his first double-double of the season, totaling 17 kills and a season-best 14 digs. Lutz also had 17 kills in the match and tied a career-best with five block assists. Driss Guessous finished with a team-best .520 attack percentage, having 15 kills on 25 attempts with only two errors. The middle blocker added four blocks (1s, 3a) for the squad.
  • Freshman setter Christy Blough finished with 53 assists, while classmate Miles Johnson had six kills and three service aces. Junior Dustan Neary totaled seven kills and had four block assists.
  • After falling behind early in the match, Ohio State rallied to take a 3-1 (17-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-22) win over non-conference rival and No. 12 Penn State Friday night in St. John Arena.
  • Henchy led the Buckeyes with 14 kills in the match and added seven digs. Johnson finished with 11 kills and two service aces, while Blough totaled 43 assists. Guessous and Andrew Lutz chipped in nine kills and five blocks apiece. Libero Gabriel Domecus and senior Michael Piechowski had seven and six digs, respectively, in the match.
  • Ohio State kicks off three-match road swing next week, beginning at MIVA rival and nationally-ranked Lewis, March 11. The Buckeyes and the Flyers face off in an 8 p.m. ET match in Romeoville, Ill.
No. 11 Wrestling (13-5, 4-4 Big Ten)
Head coach: Tom Ryan
  • Ohio State wrestlers Nick Heflin and Logan Stieber joined elite Buckeye company Sunday afternoon after winning Big Ten championships in their respective weight classes at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wis.
  • Heflin, a senior 197-pounder from Massillon, Ohio, captured his first conference title and Stieber, a redshirt-junior 141-pounder from Monroeville, Ohio, became just the second Buckeye to win three league championships. Stieber joins Kevin Randleman (1991-93) in that category.
  • Heflin and Stieber now have automatically qualified for the 2014 NCAA Championships which will take place March 20-22 at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Penn State won the team title with 140.5 points. Iowa was second, accruing 134 points, while Minnesota rounded out the Top 3 with 114.5 points and Ohio State finished fourth with 86.5 points.
  • In addition to Heflin and Stieber, a contingent of other Buckeyes automatically qualified for the NCAA championships following their performances Sunday. Redshirt-sophomore and sixth-seed Kenny Courts finished fifth in the 184-pound bracket. Redshirt-freshman 125-pounder Nick Roberts and redshirt-sophomore 133-pounder Johnni DiJulius were sixth-place finishers. With his seventh-place finish, sophomore 174-pounder Mark Martin earned an automatic spot, as did redshirt-freshman and heavyweight Nick Tavanello with his eighth-place finish.
Ohio State Athletics Schedule
3.11.14 - 3.25.14

Tuesday, March 11

  • Baseball vs. Oregon State, 8:35 p.m.
    Corvallis, Ore.

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Lewis, 8 p.m.
    Romeoville, Ill.
Wednesday, March 12
  • Women's Tennis vs. UNLV, 10 a.m.
    Las Vegas, Nev.

  • Men's Tennis vs. Georgia, 2:30 p.m.
    Athens, Ga.

  • Softball vs. California, 6 p.m.
    Berkeley, Calif.

  • Women's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Albuquerque, N.M.
Thursday, March 13
  • Men's Basketball vs. Purdue (Big Ten Tournament First Round), 2:30 p.m.
    Indianapolis, Ind.

  • Women's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Pistol vs. Collegiate Pistol Nationals, All Day
    Ft. Benning, Ga.
Friday, March 14
  • Women's Tennis vs. Marquette, 10 a.m.
    Las Vegas, Nev.

  • Softball vs. Cal Poly, 4:30 p.m.
    Fresno, Calif.

  • Baseball vs. Siena, 5:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Penn State, 7 p.m.
    University Park, Pa.

  • Softball vs. Fresno State, 9 p.m.
    Fresno, Calif.

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Long Beach State, 10 p.m.
    Long Beach, Calif.

  • Women's Golf vs. Lady Gator Invitational, All Day
    Gainesville, Fla.

  • Men's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championship, TBA
    Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Men's Basketball vs. Big Ten Tournament Quarters, TBA
    Indianapolis, Ind.

  • Rifle vs. NCAA Rifle Championships, TBA
    Murray, Ky.
Saturday, March 15
  • Women's Lacrosse vs. Hofstra, 12 p.m.
    Hempstead, N.Y.

  • Softball vs. Pacific, 12 p.m.
    Fresno, Calif.

  • Women's Gymnastics vs. Michigan State Quad, 2 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Softball vs. Saint Mary's, 2:15 p.m.
    Fresno, Calif.

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Denver, 3 p.m.
    Denver, Colo.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Penn State, 3 p.m.
    University Park, Pa.

  • Baseball vs. Siena, 3:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Men's Gymnastics vs. Temple, Oklahoma, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Cal State Northridge, 8 p.m.
    Long Beach, Calif.

  • Women's Golf vs. Lady Gator Invitational, All Day
    Gainesville, Fla.

  • Men's Track vs. NCAA Indoor Championships, TBA
    Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Rifle vs. NCAA Rifle Championships, TBA
    Murray, Ky.

  • Men's Basketball vs. Big Ten Tournament Semifinals, TBA
    Indianapolis, Ind.
Sunday, March 16
  • Softball vs. Colorado State, 12 p.m.
    Fresno, Calif.

  • Baseball vs. Siena, 1:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Women's Golf vs. Lady Gator Invitational, All Day
    Gainesville, Fla.

  • Men's Golf vs. Seahawk Intercollegiate, All Day
    Wilmington, N.C.

  • Men's Basketball vs. Big Ten Tournament Final, TBA
    Indianapolis, Ind.
Monday, March 17
  • Men's Golf vs. Seahawk Intercollegiate, All Day
    Wilmington, N.C.
Tuesday, March 18
  • Baseball vs. Akron, 5:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Harvard, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena
Wednesday, March 19
  • Baseball vs. Xavier, 5:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Synchronized Swimming vs. US Collegiate National Championships, TBA
    Oxford, Ohio
Thursday, March 20
  • Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Oklahoma City, Okla.

  • Fencing vs. NCAA DI Fencing Championships, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, French Field House

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Quarterfinals, TBA
    St. Paul, Minn.

  • Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Oklahoma City, Okla.
Friday, March 21
  • Women's Tennis vs. Michigan, 3 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Baseball vs. Michigan State, 3:05 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Softball vs. Michigan State, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

  • Men's Tennis vs. Michigan, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Bellarmine, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Oklahoma City, Okla.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Semifinals, TBA
    St. Paul, Minn.

  • Fencing vs. NCAA DI Fencing Championships, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, French Field House
Saturday, March 22
  • Softball vs. Michigan State, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

  • Women's Lacrosse vs. Florida, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Baseball vs. Michigan State, 1:05 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Women's Gymnastics vs. Big Ten Championships, 2 p.m.
    State College, Pa.

  • Fencing vs. DI NCAA Fencing Championships, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, French Field House

  • Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Oklahoma City, Okla.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Big Ten Championship, TBA
    St. Paul, Minn.

  • Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sunday, March 23
  • Men's Tennis vs. Michigan State, 12 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Women's Tennis vs. Michigan State, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

  • Softball vs. Michigan State, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

  • Baseball vs. Michigan State, 1:05 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Men's Soccer vs. Dayton Dutch Lions, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Woody Hayes Athletic Center

  • Men's Volleyball vs. Ball State, 4 p.m.
    Muncie, Ind.

  • Fencing vs. DI NCAA Fencing Championships, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, French Field House
Tuesday, March 25
  • Softball vs. Pittsburgh, 3 p.m.
    Pittsburgh, Pa.

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Softball vs. Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.
    Pittsburgh, Pa.

  • Baseball vs. Marshall, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium
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