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  • Ohio State men's soccer junior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov earned his second-consecutive and third career Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honor after helping the Buckeyes upset No. 9 Penn State, 1-0, in double overtime Nov. 2, claiming his eighth shutout of the season, which is tied for first in the Big Ten. He has not allowed a goal in 423:47 minutes of play, dating back to Oct. 13 at Michigan State. With his five saves, Ivanov passed former Buckeye Casey Latchem for seventh on the OSU single-season saves list with 95 stops in 2013.

  • Juniors Michelle Thomas and Katie Borchers finished fourth and sixth, respectively, at the 2013 Big Ten Cross Country Championships, in times of 21:04.1 and 21:07.2, earning First Team All-Big Ten honors in the process. The duo joins Maureen Cogan (1984) and Kathryn Monard (1986) as the only first-team selections in school history. Ohio State finished fifth overall as a team, its highest finish in 29 years.
No. 11 Men's Basketball
Head coach: Thad Matta
  • No. 11 Ohio State defeated Walsh 93-63 in an exhibition contest Sunday afternoon in front of 14,092 fans at Value City Arena.
  • Five players scored in double figures for Ohio State, led by 15 apiece from senior Lenzelle Smith, Jr. and junior LaQuinton Ross. Senior Aaron Craft added 14 points, sophomore Amedeo Della Valle tallied 14 and junior Sam Thompson 13 for the Buckeyes, who shot 50 percent from the field for the game. Walsh was led by a game-high 18 points from Jesse Hardin.
  • Ohio State opens the 2013 season this Saturday, Nov. 9, with a Noon ET tip against Morgan State at Value City Arena. A pregame skull session and fan fest will be held at 10:00 a.m.
Women's Basketball
Head coach: Kevin McGuff
  • Sophomore Ameryst Alston led five Buckeyes in double figures with 20 points and classmate Cait Craft added 15 as Ohio State cruised past visiting Bellarmine, 101-48, Sunday at Value City Arena in their only exhibition of the preseason.
  • Senior Ashley Adams and sophomore Maleeka Kynard added 14 each and junior Raven Ferguson had 12 to round our Ohio State's scoring leaders. Adams added seven rebounds and three blocks in 19 minutes while Ferguson grabbed a game-high eight boards.
  • Junior Shelbi Honeycutt added eight points off the bench, followed by seven and six from seniors Martina Ellerbe and Darryce Moore, respectively. Lisa Blair, who sat out last season, added three points and three rebounds in her first game donning the Scarlet and Gray. Scullion finished with three points and six boards.
  • The Buckeyes begin playing for keeps at 5:30 p.m. Friday at West Virginia before the home opener next Sunday vs. FAU at 2 p.m.
Men's Cross Country
Head coach: Ed Beathea
  • The Ohio State men's cross country team finished eighth for the second consecutive year at the Big Ten Championship meet in West Lafayette, Ind. on the Boilermaker Cross Country Course.
  • Sophomore Nick Pupino was the top Buckeye runner on the day, finishing 28th overall with a time of 25:05.2. Also scoring for Ohio State were sophomores Brian Hannaford (30th, 25:09.3), Curtis Hanle (40, 25:19.8), Jordan Redd (43, 25:23.0) and redshirt sophomore Michael Bradjic (49, 25:27.4).
  • Ohio State has two weeks off prior to a Nov. 15 trip to the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships in Madison, Wis.
Women's Cross Country
Head coach: Karen Dennis
  • Fueled by Top-10 finishes from juniors Michelle Thomas and Katie Borchers, the Ohio State women's cross country team placed fifth overall at the 2013 Big Ten Cross Country Championships Sunday morning in West Lafayette, Ind., the squad's best finish at the conference meet in 29 years.
  • Thomas and Borchers finished fourth and sixth, respectively, in times of 21:04.1 and 21:07.2, earning First Team All-Big Ten honors in the process. The duo joins Maureen Cogan (1984) and Kathryn Monard (1986) as the only first-team selections in school history.
  • Also scoring for the Buckeyes on Sunday was junior Nicole Hilton (49th, 22:16.2), sophomore Sakiko Minagawa (22:18.7) and sophomore Helen Willman (59th, 22.29.9).
  • Ohio State closed the meet with a score of 157, edging No. 21 Indiana and No. 28 Wisconsin for fifth place by one point. The fifth-place team finish is the highest for the Buckeyes since a fourth-place finish in 1984, while its 157 cumulative point total is the best since 1986.
  • Ohio State has two weeks off prior to a Nov. 15 trip to the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships in Madison, Wis.
Field Hockey (5-12, 0-6 Big Ten)
Head coach: Anne Wilkinson
  • The Ohio State field hockey team dropped its regular season finale to 12th-ranked Northwestern on Friday, 5-0.
  • Mona Frommhold had a team-high four shots for the Buckeyes and goalkeepers Sarah Lemieux and Sydney Stype both saw playing time.
  • Ohio State had a 5-4 advantage in penalty corners, four of which came in the second half. Northwestern outshot the Buckeyes 12-9.
  • Ohio State is the seventh seed in the 2013 Big Ten Tournament, and will face second-seeded Northwestern in the quarterfinals on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 12:15 p.m. at Buckeye Varsity Field.
No. 4 Football (9-0, 5-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Urban Meyer
  • Ohio State defeated Purdue, 56-0, Saturday afternoon at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Ind.
  • Ohio State holds the nation's longest winning streak at 21 games, the second-longest in school history (2005-06, 2002-03). The longest is 22 games from 1967-69.
  • The 56-point margin of victory marked the largest in the series history between Ohio State and Purdue. The previous largest was 46 in a 46-0 Ohio State win in 1977.
  • The 22-game win streak by Urban Meyer-coached teams (Florida 2010 and Ohio State 2012-13) ties a personal best for Meyer (Florida 2008-09).
  • With his touchdown pass to Jeff Heuerman, Braxton Miller became the fifth Big Ten player in the BCS era to record at least 40 passing touchdowns and 20 rushing touchdowns in a career.
  • Heuerman tallied the first 100-yard receiving game by an Ohio State tight end since Rickey Dudley recorded 106 receiving yards against Tennessee in the 1996 Citrus Bowl. Heuerman's 116 yards are the most by an Ohio State tight end since John Frank recorded 123 at Michigan in 1983.
  • With 111 rushing yards, Carlos Hyde went over 100 yards rushing for the fourth time this season and 10th time in his career.
  • Kenny Guiton's 98 rushing yards marked a career high, eclipsing his previous high of 92 at California earlier this season. It also marked the second-consecutive game Guiton rushed for two touchdowns.
  • The Ohio State defense has an interception in every game this season and 10-consecutive games dating back to last year.
  • The six sacks by the Ohio State defense marked a season high.
  • The Buckeyes have their second bye week of the season this week; Ohio State returns to action Saturday, Nov. 16 against Illinois in Champaign, Ill.
Men's Golf
Head coach: Donnie Darr
  • The Ohio State men's golf team concluded its time at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in Dallas, Texas Tuesday in ninth, carding an 8-over 1073 overall score at the 6-count-5 tournament.
  • Freshman Frederik Hammer recorded the lowest total for the Buckeyes with a 4-under 209 for 15th-place on the par 71, 7,068-yard course at the Royal Oaks Country Club.
  • In the third round of play, Hammer threw down a 2-under 69 with four birdies. A native of Rungsted, Denmark, Hammer finished two of the three rounds under par and even pitched in an eagle during the second.
  • Sophomore Tee-K Kelly and junior Boo Timko followed in a tie for 41st and 49th, respectively, while a pair of sophomores - Michael Bernard and Max Rosenthal - were the next highest finishers for the Scarlet & Gray. Rounding out the Buckeyes scoring total was junior Logan Jones.
  • Ohio State will enter an extended break following the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate. The squad will return for Big Ten Match Play, Feb. 14-15, in Sarasota, Fla.
Men's Ice Hockey (4-4-0, 0-0-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Geoff Carlston
  • The Ohio State men's hockey team posted its third consecutive win, defeating Bowling Green, 5-3, Tuesday in Value City Arena.
  • Ryan Dzingel led the Buckeyes with a season-best three points on a goal and two assists, extending his assist streak to four and netting his first goal of the year. David Gust, Darik Angeli (who also is on a four-game point streak) and Nick Oddo each had an assist for a two-point game, with Gust marking the first points of his Ohio State career. Sophomore blueliner Craig Dalrymple had a career-high two assists in the contest and joined Dzingel with a team-best +3 mark.
  • Ohio State lost to No. 20-ranked Minnesota Duluth, 3-1, Friday in Value City Arena.
  • Ohio State cut the lead to one (2-1) at 5:06 of the third period when junior Max McCormick forced a turnover and was able to get the puck to Tyler Lundey, who converted for his third goal of the year.
  • Ohio State outshot UMD, 29-24, in the contest. Buckeye freshman Matt Tomkins had 21 saves in 59:22, while the Bulldogs' Aaron Crandall made 28 saves in all 60 minutes.
  • Ohio State defeated No. 20 Minnesota Duluth, 4-2, Saturday in Value City Arena to split the weekend series between the teams.
  • The Buckeyes led 2-0 after the first period and 3-2 after 40 minutes. Alex Szczechura and Lundey scored for the Buckeyes in the opening stanza and McCormick pushed the lead to 3-0 with a goal 1:04 into the second period.
  • The Bulldogs answered just over a minute later and then drew within one on a goal with less than four minutes left in the second. Ohio State held off the Bulldogs in the third, with Tomkins stopping all 10 shots he faced, and Dzingel sealed the win with an empty-net goal. Tomkins had a career-high 39 saves in the win. Lundey added an assist for a team-best two points.
  • The Buckeyes continue their homestand with two games vs. Niagara next week. The teams will meet at 7:05 p.m. Friday and at 8:05 p.m. Saturday in Value City Arena.
No. 10 Women's Ice Hockey (3-3-1, 2-3-1 WCHA)
Head coach: Nate Handrahan
  • The tenth-ranked Ohio State women's hockey team fell to No. 2 Wisconsin, 4-1, Saturday afternoon at LaBahn Arena in Madison.
  • The Buckeyes got on the board right out of the gate as freshman Claudia Kepler, a Wisconsin native, found the back of the net for her first career score 28 seconds into the opening period with an assist from senior Ally Tarr.
  • Redshirt senior goaltender Chelsea Knapp made 37 saves for the Buckeyes while Alex Rigsby finished with 24 for Wisconsin.
  • Ohio State was edged by the second-ranked Wisconsin Badgers 3-2 Sunday afternoon at LaBahn Arena in Madison, Wis.
  • For the second straight day the Buckeyes carried a 1-0 lead into the first intermission following a goal from Kepler. The second goal of the series and career for Kepler, who is a product of Verona, Wis., came with just 17 seconds remaining in the period and was assisted on by Tarr.
  • Junior defenseman Kari Schmitt knotted the game at 2-all 5:40 into the third with her team-leading fourth of the season. Junior Danielle Gagne was credited with the assist on the score.
  • Ohio State starts a two week home stand next weekend as they play host to Bemidji State at the OSU Ice Rink Nov. 8-9.
Pistol
Head coach: James Sweeney
  • Ohio State did not compete this past weekend; the Buckeyes return to action at The Citadel Nov. 9-10.
Rifle
Head coach: Ryan Tanoue
  • The Ohio State rifle team fired a 4601 to defeat Rose Hulman (4470) and UT Martin (4581) at the Cook Stadium Range on the campus of Rose Hulman Sunday.
  • In smallbore the Buckeyes fired a team score of 2268 led by junior Greg Hagar and freshman Anthony Cuozzo who both fired scores of 571. Freshman Chrissy Thomas (564), senior Dan Chapman (562) and sophomore Alex Kimura (559) rounded out team scoring for Ohio State.
  • In air rifle Ohio State fired a solid 2333 led by Hagar who equaled his season high by firing a 586 and Cuozzo who was close behind with a personal best 583. Thomas posted a 584 and Chapman added a 580, both scores being one point shy of their current season bests. Kimura (576) rounded out team scoring for the Buckeyes.
  • The Buckeyes are off this weekend and return to action against the Army Black Knights on Saturday November 16th at the Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range.
Men's Soccer (5-6-5, 1-2-2 Big Ten)
Head coach: John Bluem
  • On Senior Night and the 12th-annual Connor Senn Memorial Match, the Ohio State men's soccer team claimed a thrilling 1-0 win in double overtime, upsetting No. 9 Penn State Saturday at Bert L. & Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
  • In the second overtime, freshman forward Danny Jensen scored from the far post at 107:48 to claim the victory, snapping the Big Ten regular season champion Nittany Lion's undefeated conference record in the team' s home finale.
  • Jensen, a native of Weston, Fla., collected a cross by junior midfielder Max Moller on the far side and beat the PSU center back to the far post, blasting his third goal of the year into the top right of the net for the clinching score with less than three minutes to go in extra time.
  • Junior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov recorded his eighth shutout in 15 games this season. Ivanov, the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week, has not allowed a goal in 423:47 minutes of play, dating back to Oct. 13 at Michigan State. With his five saves, Ivanov passed former Buckeye Casey Latchem for seventh on the OSU single-season saves list.
  • The Buckeyes will conclude the regular season at Wisconsin Nov. 8 in Madison, Wis., before hosting the 2013 Big Ten Tournament Nov. 13-17 in Columbus.
Women's Soccer (10-6-3, 4-5-2 Big Ten)
Head coach: Lori Walker
  • The Ohio State women's soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a 2-0 loss at No. 8 Michigan Saturday evening.
  • The Buckeyes failed to qualify for the Big Ten Tournament next weekend in Champaign, Ill. Ohio State's postseason fate will be announced on NCAA.com at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 11.
  • Neither team was able to get on the board in a physical first half. Buckeye freshman Nichelle Prince tallied three shots, putting all three on goal.
  • Michigan broke through in the 60th minute when Shelly Chambers-Garcia found the back of the net off a cross from Madisson Lewis for her first goal of the season and a 1-0 advantage; the Buckeyes responded with a pair of shots on goal, one by Danica Wu and another on a header by Marisa Wolf in the next 10 minutes.
  • Michigan then added to its lead when Nkem Ezurike made a long run into the box and finished to make it a 2-0 lead in the 72nd minute; the Buckeyes were unable to find the back of the net the rest of the way.
  • For the game, Ohio State held a 19-10 lead in shots, 7-4 on goal, and a 5-4 advantage in corners.
No. 11 Men's Swimming
Head coach: Bill Wadley
  • The No. 11 Ohio State men's swimming and diving team moved to 5-0 on the season with wins over Virginia Tech, Cleveland State and Denison on Friday evening at The Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
  • The Scarlet and Gray defeated Virginia Tech 156.50-135.50, Cleveland State 201.00-91.00 and Denison 202.00-90.00.
  • Top Buckeye Finishes: 200 yard medley relay - 1. Zimmerman, Stevenson, McHugh, Fleagle (1:28.41); 1000 yard freestyle - 1. Miller (9:09.36); 200 yard freestyle - 2. Hillmer (1:38.15); 100 yard backstroke - 1. McHugh (48.79); 100 yard backstroke - 1. MacDonald (56.47); 200 yard butterfly 2. Tama Gercsak (1:48.97); 50 yard freestyle - 1. Fleagle (20.29); 100 yard freestyle - 1. Fleagle (44.60); 200 yard backstroke - 1. Connor McDonald (1:46.46); 200 yard breaststroke - 1. Chris Cowley (2:04.04); 500 yard freestyle - 1. Alex Miller (4:25.69).
  • Ohio State will return to action Friday, Nov. 8 when it takes on Big Ten foes Purdue, Iowa and Northwestern in West Lafayette, Ind.
Women's Swimming
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
  • The Ohio State women's swimming and diving team took down Virginia Tech 191-109, Denison 251.50-48.50 and Cleveland State 252.00-48.00 Friday evening at the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
  • Top Buckeye Finishes: 200 medley relay - 1. Dona, Dzierzak, Sprau, Williams (1:43.43); 1000 freestyle - 1. Baird (10:01.01); 200 freestyle - 1. Norris (1:49.37); 100 backstroke - 1. Gillig (55.84); 100 breaststroke - 3. Vargo (1:04.36); 200 butterfly - 1. Norris (2:02.65); 50 freestyle - 1. Williams (23.11); 100 freestyle - 1. Williams (50.41); 200 backstroke - 1. Gillig (1:59.90); 200 breaststroke - 2. Vargo (2:17.16); 500 freestyle - 1. Baird (4:51.63); 100 butterfly - 1. Schmidtke (55.47); 3-meter dive - 4. Ford (293.30); 200 IM - 1. Gillig (2:04.60); 400 freestyle relay - 1. Williams, Cater, Norris, Schmidtke (3:22.89); 1-meter dive - 4. Ford (256.20).
  • Next on the Buckeye agenda, the squad will open Big Ten competition on the road Nov. 8 in West Lafayette, Ind. Ohio State will take on Purdue and Northwestern in a double-dual meet format. The following day the group will return to McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion to face in-state foe Ohio at 1 p.m.
No. 12 Wrestling
Head coach: Tom Ryan
  • In one of the most anticipated matches at the 2013 NWCA All-Star Classic, the 149-pound bout between Ohio State wrestling redshirt-junior Logan Stieber and Oklahoma's Kendric Maple lived up to the hype. In the final match of the event, Stieber defeated Maple, 6-4, on a last second reversal in the first tiebreaker. Including the win vs. Maple, Stieber now has won 37 consecutive matches dating back to March 3, 2012.
  • The 2013-14 season officially commenced for the No. 12 Ohio State wrestling team Sunday when it traveled to Clarion, Pa., for the Clarion Open. Nick Heflin won the 197-pound title.
  • The Scarlet and Gray will continue early-season open tournament action Nov. 9 at the Michigan State Open in East Lansing. The Buckeyes' home opener vs. Notre Dame College is at 7 p.m. Nov. 15 in St. John Arena.
Women's Volleyball (14-10, 2-10 Big Ten)
Head coach: Geoff Carlston
  • The Ohio State women's volleyball team dropped a 3-0 (25-21, 25-23, 25-17) match at No. 14 Michigan State Friday night in Jenison Field House.
  • Freshman Kylie Randall led the Buckeyes with 11 kills and a solid .524 (11-0-14) attack percentage. Senior Kaitlyn Leary finished with 10 kills, while freshman Taylor Sandbothe added nine kills and three blocks.
  • Junior setter Taylor Sherwin notched her sixth double-double of the season with 33 assists and 11 digs. Seniors Julianne Mandolfo and Davionna DiSalvatore added 15 and 11 digs, respectively.
  • Ohio State suffered a 3-2 (25-20, 25-22, 22-25, 19-25, 7-15) loss at No. 17 Michigan Saturday night in Cliff Keen Arena.
  • Leary notched a career-high with 31 kills for the Buckeyes.
  • Leary added 13 digs for her 11th double-double of the season. Mandolfo totaled 24 digs, while freshman Valeria Leon chipped in 11. Randall had 10 kills and classmate Sandbothe finished with nine kills and six blocks.
  • Ohio State returns to St. John Arena for a pair of Big Ten matches. The Buckeyes will face Indiana Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. ET. The squad will conclude the weekend another 7 p.m. ET match, hosting nationally-ranked Purdue. Admission for any Ohio State match is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Ohio State students are free with a valid Buck-ID.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
11.5.13 - 11.19.13

Thursday, Nov. 7

  • Field Hockey vs. Big Ten Tournament, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Varsity Field

  • Men's Tennis vs. National Indoors Singles & Doubles Tournament, All Day
    Flushing Meadows, N.Y.

  • Women's Tennis vs. National Indoors, TBA
    Flushing Meadows, N.Y.
Friday, Nov. 8
  • Men's Swimming vs. Purdue, Iowa, Northwestern, 4 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

  • Women's Swimming vs. Purdue, Northwestern, 4 p.m.
    West Lafayette, Ind.

  • Women's Basketball vs. West Virginia, 5:30 p.m.
    Morgantown, W. Va.

  • Women's Volleyball vs. Indiana, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Men's Soccer vs. Wisconsin, 7 p.m.
    Madison, Wis.

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Niagara, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Bemidji State, 7:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

  • Fencing vs. Division I Jr. NAC, All Day
    Cleveland, Ohio

  • Women's Tennis vs. Jack Kramer, TBA
    Los Angeles, Calif.

  • Field Hockey vs. Big Ten Tournament, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Varsity Field
Saturday, Nov. 9
  • Rifle vs. Buckeye Open, 8 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Rowing vs. Indiana, Michigan St., Notre Dame (Scrimmage), TBD
    Columbus, Ohio, Griggs Reservoir

  • Pistol at The Citadel, 8 a.m.
    Charleston, S.C.

  • Men's Swimming vs. Miami (Ohio), 11 a.m.
    Oxford, Ohio

  • Men's Basketball vs. Morgan State, 12 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

  • Women's Swimming vs. Ohio, 1 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Bemidji State, 4:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, OSU Ice Rink

  • Women's Volleyball vs. Purdue, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Niagara, 8:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Wrestling vs. Michigan State Open, All Day
    East Lansing, Mich.

  • Fencing vs. Division I Jr. NAC, All Day
    Cleveland, Ohio
Sunday, Nov. 10
  • Rifle vs. Buckeye Open, 8 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Pistol at The Citadel, 8 a.m.
    Charleston, S.C.

  • Women's Basketball vs. Florida Atlantic, 2 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

  • Fencing vs. Division I Jr. NAC, All Day
    Cleveland, Ohio

  • Field Hockey vs. Big Ten Tournament, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Buckeye Varsity Field
Monday, Nov. 11
  • Fencing vs. Division I Jr. NAC, All Day
    Cleveland, Ohio
Tuesday, Nov. 12
  • Men's Basketball vs. Ohio, 8 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena
Wednesday, Nov. 13
  • Men's Soccer vs. Big Ten Quarterfinals, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Thursday, Nov. 14
  • Women's Basketball vs. VCU, 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena
Friday, Nov. 15
  • Pistol vs. Open Air Pistol, 6:30 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth, 3:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Wrestling vs. Notre Dame (Ohio), 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Canisius, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Women's Volleyball vs. Minnesota, 8 p.m.
    Minneapolis, Minn.

  • Women's Cross Country vs. NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship, TBA
    Madison, Wis.

  • Men's Soccer vs. Big Ten Semifinals, TBA
    Columbus, Ohio, Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

  • Men's Cross Country vs. NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship, TBA
    Madison, Wis.
Saturday, Nov. 16
  • MVB Fall Tournament vs. Ball State, St. Francis, 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

  • Rifle vs. Buckeye Open/Army, 8 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

  • Men's Basketball vs. Marquette, 1 p.m.
    Milwaukee, Wis.

  • Women's Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 3:07 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Men's Ice Hockey vs. Canisius, 7:05 p.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

  • Football vs. Illinois, TBA
    Champaign, Ill.
Sunday, Nov. 17
  • Rifle vs. Buckeye Open, 8 a.m.
    Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range
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