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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Ohio State University pistol team traveled to MIT and garnered victories in both the Open and Women’s competitions. The Buckeye women broke MIT’s Air Pistol range all-time record by firing a 1,099 en route to a 2,742-2,718 women’s aggregate triumph (1,643 in Sport Pistol). The Open tally finished up in a 6,445-6,117 advantage for the Scarlet & Gray.
Seven different Buckeyes set personal bests in at least one event with a total of nine personal bests broken. Three team records were shattered, as well, in the impressive two-day (Nov. 9-10) competition.
Ohio State (6,445 total) | 2,216 Air | 2,180 Standard | 2,049 Free
MIT (6,117 total) | 2,158 Air | 2,007 Standard | 1,952 Free
Ohio State (2,742 total) | 1,099 Air | 1,643 Sport
MIT (2,718 total) | 1,074 Air | 1,644 Sport
In addition to her 370 Women’s Air and event-best 567 Women’s Sport scores, Andrianova also contributed to the Open team tally for Air and Standard. She led all competitors with a 559 Standard mark while trailing only teammates Anthony McCollum’s 565 in the Air Open with her 560. McCollum came in as the top performer in Free Pistol as well, posting a 518. His 546 Standard score ranked second behind Andrianova.
The Buckeyes placed ‘1-2-3’ in both Standard and Free as Zachary Dahmen claimed third in both (538 Standard; 511 Free). The junior from North Royalton, Ohio, also chipped in a 545 to the squad’s Air tally.
Ohio State heads to West Point next weekend (Nov. 17-18) for two days of shooting versus Army.