Athletics Good Stuff

April 9, 2013

Athletes of the Week
  • Ohio State men's lacrosse junior defenseman Joe Meurer was named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Week following a win over Hobart Saturday after recording four caused turnovers and three groundballs while holding the NCAA's leading goal scorer off the scoresheet. A native of Towson, Md. (McDonogh School), Meurer defended against Alex Love throughout the game. Love came into the game leading the NCAA in goals per game (3.56) and ranking 10th nationally in points per contest (4.22) and Meurer held him scoreless, the first time Love did not record a point since March 6, 2012. He also held Love to just two shots on goal of his nine shots in the game. The four caused turnovers were a career high for Meurer after two games with three caused turnovers.

  • Seniors Amy Meier and Susana Benavides led the Ohio State women's golf team to its second-straight Top 3 finish as the squad took third at the SMU/Dallas Athletic Club Invitational this past weekend. Meier and Benavides finished the tournament tied for fourth with a 54-hole score of 224. Benavides posted scores of 75-74-75 through three rounds, while Meier finished with a 72-76-76. The finish marked the best of Benavides' career and was the second-consecutive appearance in the Top 5 for Meier.

    Baseball (19-10, 5-4 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Greg Beals

  • Ohio State notched its second-consecutive shutout, 1-0, over Miami Wednesday evening at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium.
  • Miami starter Brian Thene tossed three scoreless frames to open the game but the Buckeyes were able to take a 1-0 lead against reliever Clay Cinnamon in the bottom of the fourth as Jacob Bosiokovic was hit by a pitch with one down, moved to third after a pair of wild pitches, and scored on an RBI groundout by Troy Kuhn.
  • Jake Post tossed a career-high 6.0 innings and tied a career-best with four strikeouts.
  • After a delay of more than 20 hours because of snow, Ohio State fell to Minnesota, 7-0, Saturday afternoon in the opener of Siebert Field in Minneapolis.
  • Pat Porter, Bosiokovic and Tim Wetzel tallied the hits for the Buckeyes. Windle picked up the win for Minnesota while Long suffered the loss for the Buckeyes.
  • Ohio State split a pair of games at Minnesota Sunday at Siebert Field. The Buckeyes won the opener, a continuation of a rain-suspended Saturday contest by a 5-2 count, before dropping the rubber game, 1-0.
  • Porter extended his hitting streak to a career-high nine games before getting it snapped in the finale.
  • Kirby Pellant notched his seventh multi-hit game of the season in the middle game of the series.
  • David Fathalikhani tossed a perfect eighth inning and has not allowed an earned run over his first 10 appearances this season.
  • Trace Dempsey picked up his Big Ten-leading 10th save of the season in the middle game.
  • Brian King retired 13-consecutive batters between the first and fifth innings of the finale.
  • The Buckeyes host West Virginia Tuesday and Marshall Wednesday. Both games are slated for 6:35 p.m.

    Men's Golf
    Head Coach: Donnie Darr

  • The Buckeyes are currently competing at the Gary Koch Invitational in Tampa, Fla.

    Women's Golf
    Head Coach: Therese Hession

  • Ohio State concluded the 2013 SMU Dallas Club Invitational Sunday in third place with a three-round total of 906 on the par 72, 6,301-yard Dallas Athletic Club course. The finish marks the team's second-consecutive team finish in the Top 3 after capturing second place at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in March.
  • Buckeye seniors Amy Meier and Susana Benavides tied for fourth place to lead Ohio State. Benavides posted a 3-over 75 in the third round en route to her best finish this season. Meier recorded two birdies in the final round to score a three-day total of 8-over 224. Her fourth place finish marks her second-consecutive appearance in the Top 5.
  • Claudia Lim tallied a team-low score of 2-over 74 in the final round to move from 18th to eighth place. The Bella Vista, Australia, native matched her season-low score of 227 and her eighth place finish is the best of her career.
  • Ohio State returns to Columbus to host the Lady Buckeye Invitational April 20-21.

    No. 5 Men's Gymnastics (9-9-1)
    Head Coach: Rustam Sharipov

  • The No. 5 Ohio State men's gymnastics team totaled a 426.600 to finish in fourth place at the 2013 Big Ten Championships Friday night in the Sports Pavilion at the University of Minnesota.
  • Five Buckeyes qualified to compete in the individual event finals Saturday. Sophomore Danny Steiner qualified for floor exercise (tied for eighth place), senior John Laing qualified for pommel horse (third place) and sophomore Larry Mayer qualified for vault (third place). Junior Misha Koudinov and sophomore Drew Moling qualified for parallel bars, finishing in second and ninth place, respectively.
  • Steiner, a native of Mesa, Ariz., opened the meet as the first competitor on floor exercise, setting the standard by tallying a 15.475 to finish in second place overall behind Michigan's Stacey Ervin. In just his second Big Ten championship event finals, Steiner earned Second Team All-Big Ten honors.
  • Laing, a native of North Reading, Mass., closed out pommel horse as the last competitor on the event. He scored a 14.400 to finish in sixth place overall and earn a place on the podium.
  • On vault, Mayer tallied a 14.125 to finish the competition in eighth place, while Moling notched a 14.300 and Koudinov scored a 14.200 to finish in eighth and ninth place, respectively, on parallel bars.
  • Ohio State has a bye week before returning to postseason action at the NCAA Championships April 19-21 in Rec Hall at Penn State.

    No. 20 Women's Gymnastics
    Head Coach: Carey Fagan

  • Ohio State notched a fourth-place finish with a 196.050 at the NCAA Columbus Regional Saturday evening in St. John Arena. Sarah Miller and Melanie Shaffer each qualified for the NCAA Championships, Miller tying for first on balance beam and Shaffer qualifying with a fourth-place finish in the all-around.
  • LSU won the meet with a 197.275 while UCLA took second at 196.950 and Arizona finished third, narrowly edging the Buckeyes with a 196.100.
  • The NCAA Championships will be held April 19-21 at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, Calif.

    No. 15 Men's Lacrosse (7-3, 2-2 ECAC)
    Head Coach: Nick Myers

  • Ohio State, behind five points from senior Logan Schuss, a hat trick from freshman Carter Brown and 12 saves from junior goalie Scott Spencer, defeated Hobart, 10-6, Saturday on Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in a game televised by BTN.
  • Schuss had a goal and career-high tying four assists, notching the 200th point of his Ohio State career. He is the third Buckeye to hit the 200-point mark, joining Terry Gilmore (250/1976-79) and Joel Dalgarno (227/2006-09). Schuss now has 124 goals (two behind the all-time leader Dalgarno), 77 assists and 201 points as a Buckeye, with at least one point in all 55 career games.
  • For the Buckeyes, Brown had a hat trick and assist for four points. Sophomores Jesse King and Turner Evans each scored twice, with King adding an assist for a three-point day. Junior defenseman Joe Meurer had four of the Buckeyes' 10 caused turnovers, with freshman Robby Haus adding two. Senior Trey Wilkes won 10 faceoffs and had a team-high seven groundballs.
  • Ohio State will hit the road for its next two games, playing at Michigan Saturday (April 13) at 3:30 p.m. and at Air Force April 20 at 2 p.m. ET. The squad will close the regular season against Fairfield April 27 when it celebrates Senior Day in Columbus.

    Women's Lacrosse (6-6, 1-2 ALC)
    Head Coach: Alexis Venechanos

  • Kaila Gottlick and Katie Chase produced four goals apiece as the Ohio State women's lacrosse team rolled over San Diego State, 19-11, Wednesday night on Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • Winners in each of their last two games, the Buckeyes (5-6) withstood a second-half comeback attempt by the Aztecs (7-4) and tallied six of the last seven goals of the game to put away the win.
  • After being held without a point for the first time this season in the win over Hofstra last Saturday, Jackie Cifarelli exploded for a team-high five points off three assists and two goals to lead all eight Buckeye point scorers.
  • Ohio State led 12-5 at the half, tying a season-high for most goals in a period with its first-half performance against William & Mary Feb. 20.
  • The 30 combined goals are the most in a Buckeye game since a 19-12 victory over Johns Hopkins April 30, 2011.
  • During Ohio State's second half scoring run, single goals were awarded to Ayers and Gottlick while Buckeyes Cara Facchina, Chase and Jennifer Porretto also added two goals each.
  • Bolstered by a career-high seven points from Kelsea Ayers, the Ohio State women's lacrosse team rolled to 19-4 win over Vanderbilt in a BTN-televised game Sunday afternoon on Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • Cifarelli finished her second-consecutive game with five points off two goals and three assists, while Cara Facchina (2g, 1a), Mary Kate Facchina (3g) and Gottlick (2g, 1a) each added three points. With Tayler Kuzma, Taylor Donahue, Heather Gravinese and Kelsey Heine as anchors, the Buckeye defense forced 13 turnovers and allowed just 17 shots in the game. Tori DeScenza made five saves on 14 shots faced in 46 minutes before giving way to Caitlin Hester.
  • The Buckeyes finished with the advantage in shots (31-17), groundballs (20-15) and draw controls (13-12) in their fifth-consecutive win over Vanderbilt. They scored 19 goals in both of their wins this week, producing the most goals (38) in back-to-back games since the 2011 season when Ohio State earned wins over Vanderbilt (17-16, April 10) and Detroit (26-3, April 12).
  • With no mid-week game for the first time in three weeks, the Buckeyes return to action against eighth-ranked Penn State Sunday, April 14 at noon on Jeffrey Field in University Park, Pa. The game will once again be televised live on BTN, the fourth appearance on national TV for Ohio State this season.

    Head Coach: Andy Teitelbaum

  • Ohio State captured nine wins against No. 8 Michigan, No. 13 Notre Dame and Tennessee Saturday on the Scioto River at Griggs Reservoir.
  • The Buckeyes claimed four wins over Tennessee in the morning session, defeating the Volunteers in the first varsity eight, second varsity eight, first varsity four and second varsity four.
  • Ohio State faced Notre Dame in the afternoon session, claiming all five wins in varsity competition against the Irish.
  • Up next, Ohio State travels to Ann Arbor, Mich., to compete against Michigan and Michigan State at the Big Ten Duals April 13.

    Softball (21-14, 3-6 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly

  • Despite outhitting the Wolverines in the final five innings of play, Ohio State fell, 5-1, at No. 12 Michigan in game one of a three-game series at Wilpon Complex Friday.
  • In the circle, sophomore pitcher Alex DiDomenico fell to 8-5 overall, throwing two innings allowing five runs on five hits with five walks and three strikeouts. Junior pitcher Kasie Kelly had a solid no decision performance, limiting the Michigan bats to no runs on three hits in four innings of work.
  • Ohio State lost, 11-0, in five innings at No. 12 Michigan Saturday afternoon at Wilpon Complex in Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • Ohio State fell, 17-5, in five innings at No. 12 Michigan Sunday at Wilpon Complex.
  • Offensively, junior Leesa Gresham notched a career-high five RBI in the contest with a two-run home run and three-run double vs. the Maize and Blue. Gresham now has a team-best 30 RBI this season for the Scarlet and Gray.
  • The Buckeyes scored two runs in the top of the third when Gresham crushed a two-out home run over the left center field wall. The long ball was her team-best eighth of the year.
  • The Buckeyes will next travel to Athens to play a doubleheader at 5 p.m. Tuesday vs. in-state opponent Ohio.

    No. 7 Men's Tennis (24-2, 7-0 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Ty Tucker

  • Ohio State earned a 6-1 win over eighth-ranked Kentucky Wednesday afternoon at the Hilary J. Boone Varsity Tennis Center in Lexington, Ky.
  • The match-winning point was earned by Devin McCarthy, ranked 83rd, on court No. 3. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native defeated Charles Minc 6-2, 7-6. The additional singles victories needed to reach four points came first from No. 59 Chris Diaz with a 7-5, 6-0 win over Kevin Lai and Constantin Christ raised the Buckeye lead to 3-1 with a 6-3, 6-3 victory against Juan Pablo Murra.
  • The Buckeyes won the doubles point for the 22nd time this season. Two doubles teams won their respective matches, while the third match went unfinished.
  • Ohio State beat Wisconsin, 7-0 Friday at the Varsity Tennis Center to continue a historic home winning streak. The decade-long streak consists of 164 consecutive wins in Columbus and is the longest active home winning streak in all NCAA Division I sports.
  • The first of three singles wins necessary to clinch the match came from Christ. The freshman defeated Frederik Strabo 6-1, 6-0. Next No. 13 Blaz Rola beat Alexander Kostanov 6-2, 6-3. For the third time this season, Hunter Callahan clinched the win for Ohio State. Callahan was a 6-4, 6-2 winner against Alexander Kokorev on court No. 5.
  • Ohio State won the doubles point for the 23rd time this season with victories on all three courts.
  • In its first of two matches of the day, Ohio State beat Big Ten Conference opponent Minnesota, 7-0, Sunday afternoon at the Varsity Tennis Courts in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Ohio State beat Wright State, 4-0, Sunday night at the Varsity Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Ohio State started singles play with a 1-0 lead after winning doubles for the 25th time this season.
  • The Buckeyes will travel to Champaign, Ill., for their next match vs. 28th-ranked Illinois at 4 p.m. April 12.

    Women's Tennis (10-9, 3-4 Big Ten)
    Head Coach: Melissa Schaub

  • Ohio State fell, 5-2, to Big Ten foe Wisconsin (4-13, 2-4 Big Ten) in Madison, Wis., Friday afternoon.
  • Gabby Steele and Fidan Manashirova notched their third-consecutive doubles victory together with an 8-1 win over Lauren Burich and Helen Rabot on court three. The duo is 9-8 this season.
  • Steele collected her third singles victory in a row in Big Ten play with a straight set win over Hoch, 6-4, 6-0. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native has earned a team-best 21 victories, including five singles wins in Big Ten play, and improves to 8-1 on court four this season. On court three, Manashirova rallied after dropping the first set to defeat Tripolskaya in three sets, 1-6, 6-1, 7-5, to close out the match.
  • Ohio State earned a Big Ten win Sunday in Minneapolis, Minn., defeating Minnesota, 5-2.
  • The Buckeyes took the doubles decision with wins on courts one and three. Senior Kara Cecil and sophomore Kelsey Dieters notched their 11th win as a pair this season with a victory over Natallia Pintusava and Paula Rincon Otero, 8-4, on court one. Junior Kelsey Becker and freshman Grainne O'Neill clinched the doubles point with an 8-4 decision over Tereza Brichacova and Jessika Mozia.
  • Redshirt freshman Nicole Flower added to the Buckeye lead with a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Muravnik at No. 6 singles to give Ohio State a 2-0 advantage over the Gophers.
  • The Buckeyes responded with three straight singles victories on courts three, four and five to claim the victory. O'Neill posted a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Mozia at No. 6, while Manashirova sealed the deal for the Buckeyes with a 6-4, 6-4 win against Lambert on court four. Playing at the No. 3 position, Steele rallied back after dropping the second set to defeat Rincon Otero, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. Steele, who has won her last four matches, has a team-best 22 singles wins this year, with Manashirova second with 21.
  • Up next, the Buckeyes return to Columbus for matchups with Illinois Friday and Northwestern Sunday.

    No. 24 Men's Track & Field
    Head Coach: Ed Beathea

  • Ohio State totaled 172 points to pick up an impressive team win at the Jim Click Shootout in Tucson, Ariz., Saturday afternoon.
  • Leading the way for the Buckeyes was senior Michael Hartfield, who continued his fast start to the season with wins in both the long jump and triple jump. Other winners included freshman Billy Stanley in the javelin, freshman Joseph Velez in the hammer throw, and the 4x400m relay team.
  • Sophomore Timothy Faust finished fourth in the 100m in a time of 10.51, followed by fellow sophomore Nick Batcha in 10.76.
  • Junior Demoye Bogle (14.06) and freshman Donovan Robertson (14.17) placed third and fourth in the 100m respectively.
  • Faust followed up his fourth-place performance in the 100 with a third-place finish in the 200 in a time of 21.39.
  • Freshman Champ Page used a time of 46.94 to place third overall in the 400m.
  • Sophomore Antonio Blanks crossed the finish line in a time of 52.06 to place third overall in the 400m hurdles.
  • Runner-up honors in the 800m went to senior Marvel Brooks in a time of 1:52.46.
  • The Buckeyes were represented by sophomore Jackson Neff (second, 9:24.75) and freshman Jordan Redd (fourth, 9:34.81) in the 3000m steeplechase.
  • The Buckeye team of Blackwell, Faust, Batcha and Bogle turned in a runner-up time of 39.72 in the 4x100m relay, the sixth-fastest time in Division I this season.
  • The Buckeyes next compete at the Sea Ray Relays April 12-13 in Knoxville, Tenn.

    Women's Track & Field
    Head Coach: Karen Dennis

  • Ohio State finished third overall at the Jim Click Shootout Saturday afternoon in Tucson, Ariz. The Buckeyes totaled 102 points to place behind No.5 Arizona (188) and Stanford (135).
  • The star of the day was senior thrower Alexis Thomas, who took first place in the hammer throw with an impressive 63.80m (209-4.00) heave, nearly 13 feet better than second-place finisher Sara Savatovic of Kansas State (59.92m/196-7.00). The distance ranks eighth in Division I this season.
  • Three athletes placed in the Top 6 in the 100m hurdles. Third place went to sophomore Alexandria Johnson in a time of 13.79, with senior Christienne Linton finishing fifth (13.99) and freshman Alexis Franklin placing sixth (14.08).
  • A personal-best and top-20 Division I time of 53.86 helped freshman SoSo Walker to a second-place finish in the 400m.
  • Franklin used a personal-best time of 58.19 - the fourth-best time in school outdoor history and a top-15 time nationally - to finish third overall in the 400m hurdles.
  • Ohio State 'A' - Aisha Cavin, Abraham, Johnson and Linton - finished second behind Arizona (44.76) with a time of 45.00 in the 4x100m relay.
  • The Buckeye team of Walker, Cavin, Johnson and Franklin raced to fourth-place time of 3:38.91, a top-25 time nationally in the 4x400m relay.
  • The Buckeyes next compete at the All-Ohio Championships April 12-13 in Athens, Ohio.

    No. 11 Men's Volleyball (17-7, 7-5 MIVA)
    Head Coach: Pete Hanson

  • Ohio State traveled to MIVA leader Lewis Thursday and fell to the No. 9 Flyers, 3-0 (18-25, 23-25, 18-25).
  • Redshirt sophomore Andrew Lutz finished with a match-high 16 kills and added nine digs. Sophomore libero Brennan Anderson picked up his 15th double-digit dig match this finishing, totaling a match-high 12. Sophomore Michael Henchy added six kills, while seniors Grayson Overman and John Tholen had five apiece.
  • Facing its second-straight ranked opponent on the road, Ohio State dropped a 3-0 (20-25, 23-25, 26-28) match at No. 13 Loyola-Chicago in a MIVA matchup.
  • Tholen led the squad with season-best 11 kills, finishing with a .733 attack percentage. Overman had a match-high seven blocks (1s,6a), while senior Nick Gibson finished with eight kills.
  • Ohio State closes out the regular season at home, hosting Quincy in a pair of MIVA matches April 12-13 in St. John Arena. Both matches are set for 7 p.m. ET and admission is free. Ohio State will honor its seven seniors prior to the match on the 13th.

    Ohio State Athletics Schedule
    4.9.13 - 4.23.13

    Tuesday, April 9
    Softball vs. Ohio, 5 p.m.
    Athens, Ohio

    Baseball vs. West Virginia, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Softball vs. Ohio, 7 p.m.
    Athens, Ohio

    Men's Golf vs. Gary Koch Invitational Round 3, All Day
    Tampa, Fla.

    Wednesday, April 10
    Baseball vs. Marshall, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Synchronized Swimming vs. U.S. Senior National Championships, TBA
    Greensboro, N.C.

    Friday, April 12
    Women's Tennis vs. Illinois, 2:30 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Men's Tennis vs. Illinois, 4 p.m.
    Champaign, Ill.

    Softball vs. Penn State, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

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

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

    Women's Track vs. All-Ohio Championships, TBA
    Athens, Ohio

    Men's Track vs. Sea Ray Relays, TBA
    Knoxville, Tenn.

    Saturday, April 13
    Football Spring Game, 1 p.m.
    Cincinnati, Ohio, Paul Brown Stadium

    Softball vs. Penn State, 2 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Field

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

    Men's Lacrosse vs. Michigan, 3:30 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

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

    Women's Track vs. All-Ohio Championships, TBA
    Athens, Ohio

    Women's Rowing vs. Michigan State, 9 a.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Women's Rowing vs. Michigan, 9 a.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Men's Track vs. Sea Ray Relays, TBA
    Knoxville, Tenn.

    Sunday, April 14
    Women's Tennis vs. Northwestern, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn State, 12 p.m.
    University Park, Pa.

    Softball vs. Penn State, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Varsity Field

    Men's Tennis vs. Northwestern, 1 p.m.
    Evanston, Ill.

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

    Monday, April 15
    Men's Golf vs. The Kemper Sports Intercollegiate, All Day
    Glenview, Ill.

    Tuesday, April 16
    Baseball vs. Akron, 6:35 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Men's Golf vs. The Kemper Sports Intercollegiate, All Day
    Glenview, Ill.

    Wednesday, April 17
    Softball vs. Ball State, 6 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Varsity Field

    Baseball vs. Cincinnati, 6:35 p.m.
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    Friday, April 19
    Men's Gymnastics vs. NCAA Qualifier, 1 p.m.
    State College, Pa.

    Women's Tennis vs. Michigan State, 2:30 p.m.
    East Lansing, Mich.

    Men's Tennis vs. Michigan State, 3 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Men's Track vs. Jesse Owens Track Classic, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

    Women's Track vs. Jesse Owens Track Classic, 4 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

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

    Softball vs. Wisconsin, 7 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

    Women's Gymnastics vs. NCAA Nationals, TBA
    Los Angeles, Calif.

    Saturday, April 20
    Women's Rowing vs. Clemson, 9 a.m.
    Clemson, S.C.

    Women's Rowing vs. Virginia, 9 a.m.
    Clemson, S.C.

    Women's Track vs. Jesse Owens Track Classic, 10:30 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

    Men's Track vs. Jesse Owens Track Classic, 10:30 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

    Women's Lacrosse vs. Duke, 1 p.m.
    Durham, N.C.

    Softball vs. Wisconsin, 2 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

    Men's Lacrosse vs. Air Force, 2 p.m.
    USAFA, Colo.

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

    Men's Gymnastics vs. NCAA Team & All-Around Finals, 7 p.m.
    State College, Pa.

    Women's Golf vs. Lady Buckeye Invitational Rounds 1&2, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, Ohio State Golf Course

    Men's Volleyball vs. TBA (MIVA Tournament Quarterfinals), 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

    Sunday, April 21
    Women's Tennis vs. Michigan, 11 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Courts

    Women's Lacrosse vs. High Point, 12 p.m.
    High Point, N.C.

    Baseball vs. Illinois, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Bill Davis Stadium

    Men's Tennis vs. Michigan, 12 p.m.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Softball vs. Wisconsin, 2 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

    Men's Gymnastics vs. NCAA individual Event Finals, 2 p.m.
    State College, Pa.

    Women's Golf vs. Lady Buckeye Invitational Round 3, All Day
    Columbus, Ohio, Ohio State Golf Course