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March 25, 2014

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  • Logan Stieber, a redshirt-junior on the Ohio State wrestling team, once again etched his name in the Buckeye records book as he became the first Ohio State wrestler to win three national titles. Stieber, a native of Monroeville, Ohio, won his third-consecutive title Saturday night, beating No. 4 seed Devin Carter of Virginia Tech, 10-1, in the 141-pound bout at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. Stieber, who is now a three-time All-American and three-time Big Ten champion, is just one of eight Buckeyes to garner three such laurels. Stieber concludes the 2013-14 season with a 30-1 record and a career mark of 95-6 while his .941 career win percentage (95-6) is No. 3 all-time at Ohio State.

  • Ohio State synchronized swimming freshman Emma Baranski and senior Julia Gaylard earned individual national titles Friday at the 2014 U.S. Collegiate Championships at the Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center in Oxford, Ohio. Baranski captured the A Figures crown with a score of 82.5260 while Gaylard captured the B Figures crown with a score of 69.0526.
Baseball (15-7, 2-1 Big Ten)
Head coach: Greg Beals
  • A sacrifice fly by Troy Montgomery in the bottom of the 11th inning scored pinch-runner Jake Brobst to give Ohio State a 6-5 win over Akron Tuesday evening at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • After jumping ahead 6-0 through two innings, Ohio State topped Xavier, 10-3, Wednesday evening at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • Ohio State dropped its Big Ten opener to Michigan State, 7-6, on a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth by Ryan Krill Friday night at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • The Buckeyes evened the series with Michigan State with a 6-2 win Saturday afternoon at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • Ohio State edged Michigan State, 1-0, to win its Big Ten-opening series on a cold Sunday afternoon at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • The Buckeyes host Marshall Wednesday at 5 p.m. before hosting Indiana in a three-game series starting Friday at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
No. 22 Men's Basketball (25-10)
Head coach: Thad Matta
  • Ohio State fell to Dayton, 60-59, Thursday afternoon in the second round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
  • The loss snapped Ohio State's streak of four-consecutive Sweet Sixteen appearances, the longest in the country.
  • Sam Thompson led all scorers with 18 points and a career-best eight-made field goals while Aaron Craft scored 16 points, dished four assists and totaled four steals against the Flyers. LaQuinton Ross scored 10 points and has reached double figures in 17 of his last 19 games.
  • Craft finishes his career 28th on the all-time scoring list with 1,314 points for his career. He is Ohio State's all-time assists leader with 694 for his career and fifth all-time in Big Ten history. He is the Ohio State and Big Ten career leader in steals with 337, ranking 12th all-time in NCAA history.
Fencing
Head coach: Vladimir Nazlymov
  • The Ohio State fencing team finished fourth after the final day of competition Sunday at the 2014 NCAA Fencing Championships, hosted by The Ohio State University.
  • Alanna Goldie received First Team All-American accolades with her third place finish in women's foil. Mona Shaito, fifth in women's foil, Alexa Antipas, sixth in women's sabre, Zain Shaito, sixth in men's foil, and Kristian Boyadzhiev, fifth in men's epee, all received Second Team All-American honors. Fares Arfa, ninth in men's sabre, Celina Merza, ninth in women's sabre, and Caroline Piasecka, 11th in women's epee, were All-American honorable mentions.
  • Overall, the Buckeyes tallied 149 victories to finish behind St. John's (156), Princeton (159) and champion Penn State (180). The Scarlet and Gray tallied 1017 touches with a +57 indicator. This marks the 13th year of consecutive Top-5 finishes at the NCAA Championships.
Men's Golf
Head coach: Donnie Darr
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes return to North Carolina for the Irish Creek Intercollegiate April 5-6.
Women's Golf
Head coach: Therese Hession
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes travel to Greensboro, N.C., for the competitive Bryan National Collegiate, March 28-30.
No. 2 Men's Gymnastics
Head coach: Rustam Sharipov
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes compete at the 2014 Big Ten Championships March 28-29 at the Bob Devaney Center in Lincoln, Neb.
No. 24 Women's Gymnastics
Head coach: Carey Fagan
  • The No. 24 Ohio State women's gymnastics team notched a 196.400 for a sixth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships Saturday afternoon at Rec Hall in State College, Pa.
  • The Buckeyes started the meet on balance beam, posting a 49.000. Sarah Miller led Ohio State, tying for second place in the first session. Ohio State moved to floor exercise in the second rotation, where Melanie Shaffer scored a 9.900 to pace the Buckeyes.
  • Miller posted a team-high 9.900 to tie for fifth on vault, and Shaffer tied her career-best 9.900 to tie for second on bars.
  • Shaffer posted a career-high 39.425 to tie fifth in the all-around and garner all-championship honors.
  • Ohio State will travel to Athens, Ga., for an NCAA Regional at 4 p.m. April 5. No. 6 Georgia earned the No. 1 seed, followed by No. 7 Michigan, No. 18 Central Michigan, No. 22 Ohio State, North Carolina State and Rutgers.
Men's Ice Hockey (18-14-5)
Head coach: Steve Rohlik
  • The Ohio State men's hockey team lost to No. 6-ranked Wisconsin in overtime, 5-4, in the inaugural Big Ten Tournament championship game Saturday in the Xcel Energy Center.
  • In the game, junior Nick Oddo had a goal and two assists for three points, while juniors Ryan Dzingel and Clark Cristofoli each had a goal and an assist for two points and junior Max McCormick had two assists. Freshman goalie Christian Frey had 31 saves for the Buckeyes. Dzingel, Frey and freshman defenseman Drew Brevig all were named to the all-tournament team.
  • Dzingel ends the season as the Buckeyes' leading scorer for the third time. A Hobey Baker finalist, he has 46 points, with a team-high 22 goals. It is the most goals for a Buckeye since RJ Umberger had 53 in 2003 and is the seventh 40-point campaign for a Buckeye since 1998-99. He has 108 career points, with 45 goals and 63 assists, in 110 career games to rank 45th in program history.
  • Ohio State defeated No. 1-ranked and top seed Minnesota, 3-1, Saturday in the tournament semifinals in the Xcel Energy Center.
  • Ohio State led 1-0 at the end of the first period on a power play goal from freshman Nick Schilkey. In the third, Dzingel was able to get a shot through at 9:08, putting Ohio State ahead, 2-1, and sophomore Anthony Greco sealed the win with an empty-net goal in the final minute. Frey made 30 saves in the contest.
  • Ohio State downed Michigan State in overtime, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the inaugural Big Ten Tournament Thursday night in the Xcel Energy Center.
  • The Buckeyes trailed after the first period but Buckeye junior Tanner Fritz tied the game in the second period and Brevig - a Minnesota native - netted the gamewinner 4:23 into overtime.
No. 19 Men's Lacrosse (2-5, 1-1 ECAC)
Head coach: Nick Myers
  • The Ohio State men's lacrosse team downed Bellarmine, 10-7, in its ECAC Lacrosse League opener Friday in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • Seven Buckeyes scored at least one goal, led by Carter Brown, who had a hat trick and added two assists for a five-point game. Freshman Jake Withers won 15-of-21 faceoffs and had 10 groundballs, while classmate Nick Doyle made nine saves in his first collegiate start in the cage.
  • The game opened a three-game homestand for the Buckeyes as Ohio State hosts two games in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in the next seven days. The squad will take on Notre Dame at 4 p.m. Tuesday and Jacksonville at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Women's Lacrosse (6-4, 1-1 ALC)
Head coach: Alexis Venechanos
  • Junior Jackie Cifarelli collected three assists and a goal and senior Katie Chase tallied three goals, but the Buckeyes fell just short vs. No. 4 Florida, 10-9, Saturday afternoon in the team's 2014 opener at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The Buckeyes jumped out to a 7-4 lead following halftime, but a second-half push by the Gators that included six goals were enough to claim the conference win.
  • Junior Mary Kate Facchina had a pair of goals, while junior Jennifer Porretto, sophomore Cian Dabrowski and senior Kaila Gottlick also found the back of the net. Senior Cara Facchina also picked up an assist vs. Florida.
  • Ohio State returns to play next Wednesday, hosting Oregon at 4 p.m. March 26 in Columbus. As always, admission is free.
No. 1 Rowing
Head coach: Andy Teitelbaum
  • The Ohio State pistol team won its sixth NRA Intercollegiate National Championship Thursday, notching a perfect 14-0 record on the season after shooting an overall open team score of 6,310 to claim first place over the U.S. Naval Academy, which placed second with a team score of 6,277, and the U.S. Military Academy, which finished third with a team score of 6,239.
  • The championship marks the second time in program history the Buckeyes have won a national title in open team competition, as they previously claimed an open team title in 2000. Ohio State has also claimed four national championships in women's team competition, notching titles in 2000, 2003, 2004 and 2009.
  • In addition to the open team title, senior Joe Totts claimed two individual championships, shooting a 1,613 to win the title in three-gun aggregate competition and tallying a 556 score in standard pistol to be crowned the individual national champion in that event for the second consecutive season.
No. 6 Rifle
Head coach: Ryan Tanoue
  • Senior Amanda Luoma and freshman Deanna Binnie represented the Ohio State rifle team at the 2014 NCAA Championships March 14-15 in Murray, Ky.
  • Luoma, one of only two competitors nationwide to qualify as an individual in both the smallbore and air rifle competitions, placed fifth in smallbore with a score of 587 (99-98-100-99-96-95) and 23rd in air rifle with a score of 585.
  • Competing at her very first NCAA championships event, Binnie finished fourth overall in smallbore with a score of 584 (98-99-99-100-94-94). The fourth and fifth-place finishes for the Buckeyes in smallbore are the highest individual finishes in program history at the NCAA Championships.
Softball (15-14, 3-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly
  • Led by senior Evelyn Carrillo (4-for-4, two home runs, three RBIs) and sophomore Cammi Prantl (3-for-3, two RBIs), the Ohio State softball team erupted for a season-high 18 hits on its way to a 13-6 victory over Michigan State in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
  • Ohio State won in come-from-behind fashion in game one and held on for a one-run victory in game two to complete a weekend sweep of Michigan State on Saturday at Buckeye Field. The Buckeyes earned an 11-7 victory in the first game and a 4-3 victory in the second.
  • Ohio State returns to action Friday for the first game of a three-game set at Indiana (8-21-1, 0-3 Big Ten).
No. 7 Men's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Wadley
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes compete at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships March 27-29 in Austin, Texas.
No. 15 Women's Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
  • The Ohio State women's swimming and diving team notched four top-30 finishes on the third and final day of the 2014 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships, held on the campus of the University of Minnesota.
  • The 400 freestyle relay team of Michelle Williams, Phoebe Cater, Aliena Schmidtke and Annie Jongekrijg had Ohio State's best finish of the day, a 22nd-place showing in a time of 3:18.05.
  • The 800 freestyle relay team of Alex Norris, Cater, Schmidtke and Katy Luchansky picked up honorable mention All-America status with a 13th place finish to highlights Ohio State's efforts on the second night of the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Minneapolis.
  • The Buckeyes finished 41st overall in the team standings. Georgia won the title with 528 points.
Synchronized Swimming
Head coach: Holly Vargo-Brown
  • With a score of 91.0 points, the Ohio State synchronized swimming team earned second place at the 2014 U.S. Collegiate Championships Saturday in Oxford, Ohio. The Buckeyes earned four silver medals and one bronze medal in the event.
  • Freshman Emma Baranski and senior Julia Gaylard captured wins in Figures A and B, respectively, to earn first-place medals for the Buckeyes.
  • Six Buckeyes garnered U.S. All-American honors, including Lorraine Hack, Baranski, Elizabeth Davidson, Lauren Nicholson, Khadija Zanotto and Morgan Boneberg. Hack and Baranski also picked up All-Collegiate laurels with senior Yuliya Maryanko at the event.
  • Maryanko, who earned four silver medals in the championships, was named the Individual High Point champion with a score of 61 points. The Kharkhov, Ukraine, native also collected Individual High Point honors at the 2013 U.S. Senior National Championships.
  • The Buckeyes will wrap up the 2014 campaign at the U.S. Senior National Championships April 8 in Oro Valley, Ariz.
No. 2 Men's Tennis (19-2, 4-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Ty Tucker
  • The Ohio State men's tennis team was added to the records book Friday night after defeating No. 44 Michigan, 6-1, at the Varsity Tennis Center to claim its 184th-consecutive home win, which dates back to the 2003 campaign - a span of 11 years of home dominance.
  • The Buckeyes tie the Stanford women's tennis program, which had a stretch of 184-consecutive home wins from 1999-2011. The streak marks the longest stretch of home wins in a row by any team in any sport at the NCAA level.
  • Ohio State extended its Big Ten regular-season match win streak to 86-consecutive matches Sunday afternoon, defeating Michigan State, 5-2, in East Lansing, Mich.
  • The Big Ten win also extends the Buckeyes' conference win streak to 85-consecutive matches, which dates back to 2005. Ohio State will look to make history a week from tonight, hosting Northwestern at 6 p.m. March 28 in Columbus. As always, admission is free.
Women's Tennis (11-5, 2-1 Big Ten)
Head coach: Melissa Schaub
  • Despite claiming the doubles point with a pair of wins against ranked doubles pairs, the No. 51-ranked Ohio State women's tennis team dropped a 5-2 decision to No. 15-ranked Michigan Friday afternoon in Ann Arbor, Mich. The loss snaps a seven-match win streak for the Buckeyes and marks the first loss for the squad in B1G competition.
  • Ohio State captured a 5-2 victory vs. Big Ten opponent Michigan State Sunday afternoon in Columbus, Ohio. With the win, the Buckeyes have clinched eight of their last nine matches and hold a 7-0 record at the Varsity Tennis Center this spring.
  • Sandy Niehaus extended her win streak to 14-consecutive singles matches with a 6-2, 6-3 win vs. Catherine Parenteau, 6-2, 6-3, on court three. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native has not dropped a match since Jan. 18 vs. Baylor and is 3-0 in B1G outings this spring.
  • Up next, the Buckeyes will go back on the road to face Northwestern Saturday in Evanston, Ill., before taking on Illinois Sunday in Champaign, Ill. Ohio State will return to Columbus, Ohio, for a five-match home stand starting April 4 vs. Minnesota.
No. 25 Men's Track and Field
Head coach: Ed Beathea
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes open the outdoor season March 28 at the Vanderbilt Black & Gold Invitational in Nashville, Tenn.
Women's Track and Field
Head coach: Karen Dennis
  • Ohio State had a bye weekend; the Buckeyes open the 2014 outdoor season March 28 at the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta, Ga.
No. 14 Men's Volleyball (8-13, 4-6 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
  • After falling behind 2-0, the No. 15 Ohio State men's volleyball team battled back to force a fifth set, but the comeback wasn't enough as the team dropped a 3-2 (25-15, 25-19, 20-25, 21-25, 17-15) match to Harvard Tuesday night in St. John Arena.
  • Redshirt freshmen Driss Guessous and Alex Judkins reached career bests in the match for the Buckeyes. Guessous had a match-high 18 kills to set a new career mark, while Judkins totaled a career-high 13 kills and eight digs. Freshman Miles Johnson tied a career-best with 16 kills and added six digs.
  • Freshman setter Christy Blough finished with a match-best 59 assists and had two service aces. Junior Michael Henchy totaled 14 kills and classmate Dustan Neary had a team-high five blocks (1s, 4a).
  • Ohio State fell to No. 12 Ball State, 3-1 (26-28, 25-22, 22-25, 20-25), Sunday in Muncie, Ind.
  • Three Buckeyes in Andrew Lutz, Henchy and Blough totaled double-doubles in the match. Lutz led all attackers with 19 kills and added 10 digs for his second double-double of the season. Henchy picked up his third double-double with 13 kills and 11 digs, while Blough's 49 assists and 11 digs made for his second double-double this year.
  • Ohio State returns to St. John Arena next weekend for a pair of MIVA matches, March 28-29. The Buckeyes face Quincy in a 7 p.m. ET match Friday and follow with another 7 p.m. ET match vs. Lindenwood Saturday. Admission is free for both matches.
No. 11 Wrestling (13-5)
Head coach: Tom Ryan
  • Logan Stieber, a redshirt-junior on the Ohio State wrestling team, once again etched his name in the Buckeye records book as he became the first Ohio State wrestler to win three national titles. Stieber, a native of Monroeville, Ohio, won his third-consecutive title Saturday night, beating No. 4 seed Devin Carter of Virginia Tech, 10-1, in the 141-pound bout at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Stieber, who is now a three-time All-American and three-time Big Ten champion, is just one of eight Buckeyes to garner three such laurels. Stieber joins teammate Nick Heflin, as well as Adam DiSabato (1990, 91, 93), Kevin Randleman (1991-93), Robert Sessley (1999, 01, 02), J.D. Bergman (2004, 07, 08), J Jaggers (2007-09) and Mike Pucillo (2008-09).
  • Heflin is the 2014 197-pound runner-up. A senior from Massillon, Ohio, Heflin dropped a close 2-1 decision to true freshman J'Den Cox of Missouri.
  • Heflin concludes his Buckeye wrestling career in impressive fashion. A three-time All-American and 2014 Big Ten Champion and 2011 Big Ten Runner-Up at 174 pounds, Heflin amassed a 99-28 overall record. Heflin is a three-time captain (2012, 2013 and 2014) who joins an elite group of Buckeyes as a three-time All-American. Only eight Buckeyes have garnered All-America honors in their careers.
  • In the team race, Ohio State finished sixth with 57 points. Penn State clinched the title with 109.5 points, while Minnesota came in second with 104 points. Oklahoma State rounded out the Top 3 with 96.5 points.
Ohio State Athletics Schedule
3.25.14 - 4.8.14

Tuesday, March 25

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Wednesday, March 26
  • Baseball vs. Marshall, 5 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Women's Lacrosse vs. Oregon, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Thursday, March 27
  • Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Austin, Texas
Friday, March 28
  • Softball vs. Indiana, 5 p.m.
    Bloomington, Ind.

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

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

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

  • Men's Gymnastics vs. Big Ten Championships, 7 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

  • Women's Track vs. Georgia Tech Invite, TBA
    Atlanta, Ga.

  • Women's Golf vs. Bryan National Collegiate, All Day
    Greensboro, N.C.

  • Men's Track vs. Vanderbilt Black & Gold Invite, TBA
    Nashville, Tenn.

  • Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Austin, Texas
Saturday, March 29
  • Women's Tennis vs. Northwestern, 11 a.m.
    Evanston, Ill.

  • Men's Soccer vs. Wright State, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Dominican University

  • Women's Lacrosse vs. William & Mary, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Women's Soccer vs. Louisville, 1 p.m.
    Louisville, Ky.

  • Softball vs. Indiana, 1 p.m.
    Bloomington, Ind.

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Jacksonville, 2:30 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Men's Soccer vs. Bowling Green, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Dominican University

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

  • Men's Gymnastics vs. Big Ten Championships, 5 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

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

  • Women's Golf vs. Bryan National Collegiate, All Day
    Greensboro, N.C.

  • Women's Track vs. Georgia Tech Invite, TBA
    Atlanta, Ga.

  • Men's Swimming vs. NCAA Championships, All Day
    Austin, Texas

  • Women's Rowing vs. Michigan, 10 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Griggs Reservoir

  • Men's Track vs. Vanderbilt Black & Gold Invite, TBA
    Nashville, Tenn.
Sunday, March 30
  • Men's Tennis vs. Illinois, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

  • Women's Tennis vs. Illinois, 12 p.m.
    Champaign, Ill.

  • Softball vs. Indiana, 1 p.m.
    Bloomington, Ind.

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

  • Women's Golf vs. Bryan National Collegiate, All Day
    Greensboro, N.C.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Monday, March 31
  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Tuesday, April 1
  • Baseball vs. Ohio, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Wednesday, April 2
  • Baseball vs. Toledo, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Women's Lacrosse vs. Michigan, 7 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Thursday, April 3
  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Friday, April 4
  • Men's Tennis vs. Minnesota, 3 p.m.
    Minnesota, Minn.

  • Women's Tennis vs. Minnesota, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

  • Softball vs. Michigan, 6 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

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

  • Baseball vs. Nebraska, 7:35 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Saturday, April 5
  • Men's Soccer vs. Rio Grande, 12 p.m.
    Rio Grande, Ohio

  • Softball vs. Michigan, 2 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Baseball vs. Nebraska, 3:05 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

  • Women's Soccer vs. Ohio, 3:45 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Football Practice Field

  • Men's Track vs. LSU Battle on the Bayou, TBA
    Baton Rouge, La.

  • Women's Rowing vs. Stanford, TBA
    Corvallis, Ore.

  • Women's Gymnastics vs. NCAA Regional, 4 p.m.
    Athens, Ga.

  • Women's Rowing vs. Oregon State, TBA
    Corvallis, Ore.

  • Women's Rowing vs. Michigan, 10:30 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Griggs Reservoir

  • Men's Golf vs. Irish Creek Intercollegiate, All Day
    Kannapolis, N.C.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Sunday, April 6
  • Women's Tennis vs. Wisconsin, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

  • Men's Lacrosse vs. Delaware, 12 p.m.
    Newark, Del.

  • Women's Lacrosse vs. Vanderbilt, 1 p.m.
    Nashville, Tenn.

  • Softball vs. Michigan, 1 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Baseball vs. Nebraska, 2:05 p.m.
    Lincoln, Neb.

  • Men's Tennis vs. Wisconsin, 3 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

  • Men's Volleyball vs. George Mason, 4 p.m.
    Fairfax, Va.

  • Women's Tennis vs. Wright State, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

  • Women's Track vs. Battle on the Bayou, TBA
    Baton Rouge, La.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA

  • Men's Golf vs. Irish Creek Intercollegiate, All Day
    Kannapolis, N.C.
Monday, April 7
  • Women's Golf vs. Webcom Collegiate, All Day
    Jacksonville, Fla.

  • Fencing vs. Junior World Championships, All Day
    TBA
Tuesday, April 8
  • Baseball vs. Eastern Michigan, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

  • Synchronized Swimming vs. U.S. Senior National Championships, TBA
    Oro Valley, Ariz.

  • Women's Golf vs. Webcam Collegiate, All Day
    Jacksonville, Fla.
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