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March 12, 2013

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Athletes of the Week
  • Redshirt sophomore Logan Stieber and sophomore Hunter Stieber, members of the Ohio State wrestling team, were crowned Big Ten champions Sunday afternoon at Assembly Hall in Champaign, Ill. The conference title was the second for Logan, who defended his 133-pound championship and first for younger brother, Hunter, who wrestled at 141 pounds.

  • Women's track and field senior Alexis Thomas earned First Team All-America honors with an eighth-place finish in the weight throw Friday at the 2013 NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. The Huber Heights, Ohio, product turned in a mark of 20.66m on her final attempt to earn the first first-team award of her collegiate career and second All-America recognition overall.

    Baseball (8-5)
    Head Coach: Greg Beals

  • Behind a complete game shutout by Jaron Long and a two-home run, six-RBI day from Jacob Bosiokovic, the Ohio State baseball team topped Harvard, 11-0, Friday afternoon at TicketReturn.com Field.
  • Bosiokovic led the Buckeyes offensively, going 4-for-5 with two home runs, six RBI and a pair of runs scored while Wetzel, Cypret and Carroll each tallied two hits.
  • Aaron Gretz pushed his hitting streak to a career-long nine games while Ryan Cypret extended his hitting streak to eight games.
  • The shutout by Long was the first by a Buckeye since he threw one March 31 of last season at Michigan State.
  • A three-run home run in the top of the eighth by Bosiokovic lifted Ohio State to a 5-3 comeback win over Ball State Saturday afternoon at TicketReturn.com Field.
  • Brett McKinney tossed his second-consecutive scoreless frame in the eighth and Trace Dempsey worked a scoreless ninth to pick up his third save of the season.
  • McKinney picked up the win to move to 2-1 on the season while Cypret went 4-for-5 with a double and two runs scored and Bosiokovic finished 2-for-3 with a home run, three RBI and a run scored.
  • Ohio State dropped a 3-1 decision at Coastal Carolina Sunday afternoon at TicketReturn.com Field.
  • Brian King suffered the loss, tossing 7.2 innings, allowing three earned runs on eight hits while striking out a pair. Porter went 2-for-3 with two doubles and a run scored.
  • Ohio State won a back-and-forth 3-2 contest at Coastal Carolina Monday afternoon at TicketReturn.com Field.
  • Ryan Riga picked up his first career win as a Buckeye, going 3.0 innings without allowing an earned run while Dempsey picked up his fourth save of the season. Joe Ciamacco paced the Buckeyes offensively, going 3-for-3 with a walk and two runs scored in the win.
  • Ohio State next travels to Charleston to face Charleston Southern at 2 p.m. Tuesday.

    No. 10 Men's Basketball (23-7, 13-5 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Thad Matta

  • Ohio State upset No. 2 Indiana, 67-58, Tuesday night at Assembly Hall.
  • No. 2 Indiana was the highest-ranked opponent Ohio State has defeated on the road since the Buckeyes beat No. 1 Iowa 80-76 on Jan. 24, 1987.
  • With the win, Ohio State has defeated three AP top-5 opponents in the same season for only the fourth time in school history (2011-12, 2006-07, and 1978-79).
  • Deshaun Thomas led all scorers with 18 points and moved to No. 21 on the all-time scoring list at Ohio State (1,470 total points).
  • Aaron Craft contributed four assists vs. the Hoosiers and tied a career-high with seven made field goals.
  • Ohio State defeated Illinois, 68-55, Sunday on Senior Day at Value City Arena.
  • Evan Ravenel, Ohio State's lone senior student-athlete, played in his 69th game as a Buckeye vs. Illinois. Over his career, Ohio State has won 53 games, captured a Big Ten regular-season title and played in the Final Four.
  • Ohio State is the only Big Ten team to beat every conference opponent at least once this season.
  • Three players reached double figures for Ohio State: Thomas (19 points), Craft (14) and Lenzelle Smith, Jr. (10).
  • Buckeye guards Craft and Shannon Scott combined for 21 points, 15 rebounds, nine assists and five steals.
  • Scott collected a career-high nine rebounds vs. Illinois.
  • The Buckeyes are the No. 2 seed in this week's Big Ten tournament at Chicago's United Center and will face either Purdue or Nebraska at 6:30 p.m. ET Friday.

    Women's Basketball (18-13)
    Head Coach: Jim Foster

  • Ohio State defeated Minnesota, 58-47, in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament at the Sears Centre Thursday night.
  • Tayler Hill scored a game-high 25 points while Ashley Adams had 14 points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots for the Buckeyes. Raven Ferguson had eight points and seven rebounds and Ameryst Alston had 10 rebounds, four assists and five points.
  • Ohio State held Minnesota to 29 percent shooting in the second half and forcing 16 turnovers overall.
  • Hill, who also had four assists and hit 11 of 14 from the free throw line, ended the game just eight points shy of 2,000 for her career (1,992). Only four other Buckeyes have reached that milestone.
  • Ohio State fell, 76-66, to No. 8 Penn State in the Big Ten Quarterfinals Friday evening.
  • Hill scored 23 points to become the fifth Buckeye player to hit the 2,000-point mark. She now has 2,015 points in her career.
  • Amber Stokes had 18 points and five steals while Adams added 13 points and eight rebounds.

    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

  • The Buckeyes will spend spring break participating in the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Mar. 12-13 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

    No. 4 Men's Gymnastics (6-5-1)
    Head Coach: Rustam Sharipov

  • Ohio State posted its best team score of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating No. 15 UIC, 439.200-409.050, at St. John Arena.
  • In addition to posting their best team score for the sixth consecutive meet this season, the Buckeyes also tallied team bests on rings (74.050) and parallel bars (72.250).
  • Six Ohio State gymnasts won individual event titles against UIC, as sophomore Danny Steiner won floor exercise with a 15.70, redshirt junior Michael Newburger won pommel horse with a 15.00, sophomore Drew Moling placed first on rings with a 15.50, redshirt sophomore Jeff Treleaven won vault with a 14.95, and freshmen Jake Martin and Alex Johnson took first on parallel bars and high bar with a 14.85 and 15.05, respectively.
  • The Buckeyes have a bye week before returning to action with a 7 p.m. ET meet at No. 3 Oklahoma March 23.

    No. 18 Women's Gymnastics (5-4, 3-3 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Carey Fagan

  • Ohio State tallied a season best in a 196.850-194.300 victory over Bridgeport on Senior Day Saturday in St. John Arena. The score marks the fourth-highest score in program history.
  • The Buckeyes opened the meet on vault, winning the event 49.150-48.900. Sarah Miller won the event and paced the Buckeyes with a 9.900 while Aly Marohn and Melanie Shaffer each tallied a 9.850 to tie for third.
  • Ohio State then moved to bars in the second rotation, posting a season-best 49.300 to defeat the Purple Knights' 47.850. Marohn won the event with a career-best 9.950 while Maddie Herr finished second with a career-high 9.875 and Victoria Aepli finished third, tying her career-best 9.850.
  • The Buckeyes then tied their season best in the next rotation with a 49.100 to top Bridgeport's 48.500. Miller took first with a 9.900 while Herr took second with a 9.825.
  • Ohio State finished the meet on floor exercise, posting another season high to top Bridgeport 49.300-49.050. Shaffer posted a season-high 9.925 to win the event tallied a 9.900 to finish second.
  • Shaffer posted a career-best 39.400 to take the all-around title while Marohn also tallied a career-high 39.375 to finish second.
  • The Buckeyes conclude the regular season with a 7 p.m. ET meet at Minnesota March 16.

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

  • Ohio State had a first-round bye this weekend; the Buckeyes host Ferris State in the quarterfinal round of the CCHA playoffs March 15-17 in a best of three series at the OSU Ice Rink. Game times are set for 7:05 p.m.

    Women's Hockey (19-15-3)
    Head Coach: Nate Handrahan

  • Ohio State fell to No. 1 Minnesota in the semi-finals of the WCHA Final Face-Off, 5-0, Friday night at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis.
  • The Buckeyes finish the 2012-13 season with 19 victories, second-most in program history.
  • Minnesota advanced to Saturday night's championship game against North Dakota, who prevailed against Wisconsin earlier Friday by a score of 2-1.
  • Redshirt junior goaltender Chelsea Knapp finished with 29 saves for the Buckeyes. Minnesota outshot Ohio State 34-24 in the contest. OSU finished 0-3 on the power play while the Gophers were 1-3.

    No. 8/11 Men's Lacrosse (4-1)
    Head Coach: Nick Myers

  • Ohio State dropped its ECAC Lacrosse League opener to No. 7/7 Denver, 10-9, Saturday afternoon in front of 1,745 fans in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • Senior Logan Schuss led Ohio State with three points, including two goals, while classmate Michael Italiano had two tallies and senior Dominique Alexander had two assists.
  • Freshman Carter Brown and sophomores Jesse King and Turner Evans each had two points on a goal and an assist
  • Senior Trey Wilkes won a team-high 15 faceoffs and had a team-best eight groundballs. Junior Greg Dutton made nine saves in the Buckeye cage, including four fourth-quarter stops.
  • Ohio State outshot Denver, 38-30, in the game. Dutton ended with nine saves in all 60 minutes. Denver's LaPlante picked up the win, playing the first 30 minutes and making eight saves and allowing five goals, while Faus had 10 stops on 14 shots in the second half.
  • Ohio State won 16-of-23 faceoff attempts, with Wilkes winning 15-of-21. Ohio State had the edge in groundballs, 26-20, led by Wilkes with eight.
  • Ohio State will play its next three games on the road, starting with a contest at Virginia Saturday. The team will then play at Notre Dame March 20 and at Bellarmine March 23 before returning to Columbus to host back-to-back ECAC games vs. Loyola March 30 and Hobart April 6.

    No. 13 Women's Lacrosse (3-3)
    Head Coach: Alexis Venechanos

  • With six-point games from sophomore Jackie Cifarelli and junior Cara Facchina, along with four goals from sophomore Jennifer Porretto, the No. 15-ranked Ohio State women's lacrosse team downed Canisius, 16-5, Sunday afternoon in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • The Buckeyes (3-3) led by just one at halftime (5-4), but outscored the Golden Griffins (2-3), 11-1, in the second half for the non-conference victory.
  • Kelsea Ayers ended the day with two goals and an assist for three points, while Kaila Gottlick had two assists and Mary Kate Facchina scored twice.
  • Ohio State will play its next three games on the road, beginning with a game at Boston University Saturday. The team will then open its ALC schedule with games at No. 2 Florida March 23 and No. 4 Northwestern March 27.

    Pistol
    Head Coach: James Sweeney

  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes return to action at the National Collegiate Pistol Championships in Columbus, Ga., March 12-14.

    Rifle
    Head Coach: Ryan Tanoue

  • The 2013 NCAA Rifle Championships, held at Converse Hall and French Field House on the campus of the Ohio State University, came to an end Saturday afternoon.
  • West Virginia took home the gold, winning its nation-best 15th national title with a two-day total score of 4679. Senior Petra Zublasing captured both the smallbore and air rifle individual championships, becoming the first to sweep the individual competions since 2001. Zublasing won the smallbore championship with a combined score of 688.3 and the air rifle championship with a 701.7.
  • Amanda Luoma, a junior at Ohio State, was the lone Buckeye competing in the NCAA championship field. The Cortland, Ohio native found success in Friday's smallbore competition, shooting a 580 (99-99-93-96-99-94), which put her into the individual final. In the final Luoma fired a 94.2 and finished with an eighth-place finish.
  • Luoma also competed in the air rifle competition Saturday, finishing 41st overall with a score of 579.

    Softball (12-7)
    Head Coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly

  • Ohio State swept day one at the Miken Invitational, defeating Maryland, 10-9, before downing Radford, 5-2, Saturday in College Park, Md.
  • Against Maryland, sophomore Alex DiDomenico started for the Buckeyes and received a no decision, throwing 3.1 innings, allowing four earned runs and five strikeouts. Redshirt junior Melanie Nichols threw the next three innings, allowing one hit and three earned runs. Junior Kasie Kelly also had an appearance of the Scarlet and Gray.
  • Olivia O'Reilly led the Buckeyes to a 5-2 victory over Radford in game two in College Park, Md. The OSU sophomore pitcher posted a career-high 15 strikeouts to improve to 4-3 overall, scattering three hits in seven innings of work against the Highlanders.
  • O'Reilly, a native of Sylvania, Ohio, becomes just the fourth pitcher in Ohio State history to post at least 15 strikeouts in a game and the first since former Buckeye Jamee Juarez had 16 strikeouts in a win over Minnesota during the 2004 season.
  • Offensively, the Scarlet and Gray was guided by sophomore Taylor Watkins, who went 2-for-4 with a double, run scored and two RBI, while junior Leesa Gresham was 1-for-3 with a three-run home. Freshman Cammi Prantl and junior Melissa Rennie each had two hits as well.
  • Ohio State split the final day at the 2013 Miken Invitational hosted by University of Maryland in College Park, Md. The Buckeyes fell to Iowa, 8-0, in six innings in game one before rallying to defeat St. John's, 4-0, in game two at Robert E. Taylor Stadium. Ohio State finished the tournament with a 3-1 record.
  • The Buckeyes will continue their spring break trip this week traveling to play George Washington at 1 p.m. Wednesday before taking on Towson at 2 p.m. Thursday.

    Men's Swimming
    Head Coach: Bill Wadley

  • The Buckeyes competed at the Last Chance Meet March 10 at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion to improve their times in order to help qualify for NCAAs.

    Women's Swimming
    Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott

  • A total of nine Ohio State swimmers have been invited to the 2013 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships March 21-23 at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.

    Synchronized Swimming
    Head Coach: Holly Vargo-Brown

  • The Buckeyes will travel to Palo Alto, Calif., March 20-23 to compete in the U.S. Collegiate Championships. Ohio State has captured the title for four-consecutive years (2009-2012) and is striving to secure its fifth-consecutive championship this season.

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

  • 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. The last time the Buckeyes and Waves squared-off was in the ITA Team Indoor Championships, a match in which Ohio State came away with a 4-0 victory.

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

  • Up next, Ohio State will compete 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

  • Demoye Bogle concluded his indoor campaign with a 15th-place finish in the 60m hurdle semifinals at the 2013 NCAA Indoor Championships. The junior's time of 7.84 seconds is good for Second Team All-America honors.
  • Ohio State senior Chris Fallon earned First Team All-America honors in the mile with a sixth-place finish in the championship race Saturday evening at the 2013 NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark.
  • The Copley, Ohio, product turned in a time of 4:02.28 to capture the second first-team award of his collegiate career (Distance Medley, 2012). Fallon is only the second miler in Ohio State history to earn All-America honors at the indoor national championships (Jeff See 2008, 2010).
  • Ohio State opens the 2013 outdoor season March 22 at the Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational in Nashville, Tenn.

    Women's Track & Field
    Head Coach: Karen Dennis

  • Senior Alexis Thomas earned First Team All-America honors with an eighth-place finish in the weight throw Friday at the 2013 NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark.
  • The Huber Heights, Ohio, product turned in a mark of 20.66m on her final attempt to earn the first first-team award of her collegiate career and second All-America recognition overall.
  • Ohio State's other NCAA qualifier, Aisha Cavin, finished 16th in the 200m semifinals (23.66) to earn Second Team All-America honors, the third All-America award of her OSU career.
  • Ohio State opens the 2013 outdoor season at the Shamrock Invitational in Conway, S.C., March 14.

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

  • Logan Stieber and Hunter Stieber were crowned Big Ten champions Sunday afternoon at Assembly Hall in Champaign, Ill.
  • The conference title was the second for Logan, who defended his 133-pound championship and first for younger brother, Hunter, who wrestled at 141 pounds.
  • In addition to the Stieber brothers, seven Buckeyes - Nikko Triggas, Ian Paddock, Josh Demas, Mark Martin, Nick Heflin, C.J. Magrum and Andrew Campolattano - qualified for the NCAA championships, which will take place March 21-23 in Des Moines, Iowa.
  • As a team, Ohio State finished fourth with 109.5 points. Penn State won its third consecutive Big Ten tournament title with 151 points, while Minnesota was second with 139 points. Iowa rounded out the Top 3 with 133.5 points.
  • Ohio State witnessed two upsets by the Buckeyes in the first session of the 2013 Big Ten Championships Saturday at Assembly Hall in Champaign, Ill.
  • The Scarlet and Gray sat in fourth place with 47.5 points following pigtail and quarterfinal action behind wins from eighth seed Ian Paddock and sixth seed Josh Demas.
  • Paddock beat No. 1 Eric Grajales, 7-4, in the 149-pound bracket and at 157 pounds, Demas followed with a 5-1 double overtime win vs. No. 3 Dylan Alton of Penn State.
  • In addition to Paddock and Demas, three other Buckeyes in No. 1 Logan Stieber (133 pounds), No. 1 Hunter Stieber (141 pounds) and No. 4 Andrew Campolattano (197 pounds) advanced to the semifinals.
  • Nikko Triggas (125 pounds), Mark Martin (165 pounds), Nick Heflin (174 pounds), C.J. Magrum (184 pounds) and Kosta Karageorge (HWT) vied for a third-place finish after dropping to wrestlebacks.

    No. 9 Men's Volleyball (14-3, 7-1 MIVA)
    Head Coach: Pete Hanson

  • Ohio State kicked off the weekend with a 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 26-24) win over Grand Canyon Friday night in Phoenix.
  • Sophomore Michael Henchy notched a match-high 16 kills and finished with a .500 attack percentage. Redshirt sophomore Andrew Lutz totaled 14 kills, while senior Chen Levitan had nine.
  • Libero Brennan Anderson finished with a match-high 15 digs and senior middle blocker Grayson Overman tied a career-high with three solo blocks, while adding a block assist for the Buckeyes.
  • Ohio State closed out its series at Grand Canyon with another 3-0 (25-21, 25-14, 25-15) sweep of the Antelopes Saturday night in Phoenix.
  • Levitan led the Buckeyes with 15 kills and added three block assists in the win. Lutz totaled 10 kills, while Henchy had eight.
  • Overman and John Tholen totaled three blocks apiece, while Anderson had a match-high nine digs.
  • Ohio State returns to St. John Arena to host non-conference rival Penn State March 16. The Buckeyes and nationally-ranked Nittany Lions will face off in 7 p.m. ET match and admission is free.


    Ohio State Athletics Schedule
    3.12.13 - 3.26.13

    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
    TBA

    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
    TBA

    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 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

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

    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

    Wednesday, March 20
    Men's Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
    Notre Dame, Ind.

    Synchronized Swimming vs. U.S. Collegiate National Championships, TBA
    Palo Alto, Calif.

    Thursday, March 21
    Fencing vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    San Antonio, Texas

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships Day 1, All Day
    Indianapolis, Ind.

    Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Des Moines, Iowa

    Friday, March 22
    Women's Tennis vs. Purdue, 3 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Softball vs. Indiana, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

    Baseball vs. Purdue, 3 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Men's Tennis vs. Purdue, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Men's Volleyball vs. Ball State, 7:30 p.m.
    Muncie, Ind.

    Women's Track vs. UCF Invitational, TBA
    Orlando, Fla.

    Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Des Moines, Iowa

    Fencing vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    San Antonio, Texas

    Men's Track vs. Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational, All Day
    Nashville, Tenn.

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships Day Two, All Day
    Indianapolis, Ind.

    Saturday, March 23
    Baseball vs. Purdue, 1 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Women's Lacrosse vs. Florida, 1 p.m.
    Gainesville, Fla.

    Women's Gymnastics vs. Big Ten Championships, 2 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

    Softball vs. Indiana, 2 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

    Men's Gymnastics vs. Oklahoma, 7 p.m.
    Norman, Okla.

    Men's Volleyball vs. IPFW, 7 p.m.
    Fort Wayne, Ind.

    Men's Lacrosse vs. Bellarmine, 7 p.m.
    Louisville, Ky.

    Men's Track vs. Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational, All Day
    Nashville, Tenn.

    Fencing vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    San Antonio, Texas

    Women's Track vs. UCF Invitational, TBA
    Orlando, Fla.

    Men's Ice Hcokey vs. CCHA Tournament Semifinals, TBA
    Joe Louis Arena - Detroit, Mich.

    Wrestling vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Des Moines, Iowa

    Women's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships Day 3, All Day
    Indianapolis, Ind.

    WSOC vs. Louisville, 2:00 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-Football Practice Fields

    Sunday, March 24
    Women's Tennis vs. Indiana, 11 a.m.
    Bloomington, Ind.

    Men's Tennis vs. Indiana, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Baseball vs. Purdue, 1 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Softball vs. Indiana, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

    Men's Ice Hockey vs. CCHA Tournament Championship, 2:05 p.m.
    Joe Louis Arena - Detroit, Mich.

    Fencing vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    San Antonio, Texas

    Men's Golf vs. Seahawk Intercollegiate Rounds 1 & 2, All Day
    Wilmington, N.C.

    Monday, March 25
    Men's Golf vs. Seahawk Intercollegiate Round 3, All Day
    Wilmington, N.C.

    Tuesday, March 26
    Baseball vs. Toledo, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

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