Buckeyes feature three captains for only the fifth time in program history
Duo set to compete at Senior Pan American championships Aug. 27-Sept. 1
Wynn takes seventh, Melton eighth Friday in Pittsburgh
Melton, Martin, Moling, Johnson, Wynn and Wilson will represent OSU in Pittsburgh
Newburger, Steiner and Treleaven compete Sunday at 2 p.m. ET
Six Buckeyes are set to compete at the 2014 P&G Championships this weekend in Pittsburgh, Pa.
2014-15 (Senior Season): Represented Ohio State in the all-around at the P&G championships ... placed 14th in the all-around (81.700) at the 2014 U.S. National Qualifier.
2013-14 (Junior Season): Placed 10th on rings at the NCAA championships ... claimed four individual titles on the season ... scored a career-best 15.900 to win on rings in Ohio State's tri-meet victory over No. 1 Oklahoma and Temple ... first place on rings at No. 2 Michigan (15.750) ... claimed a win on rings (15.700) in a dual-meet victory over No. 8 California ... opened the season with a 15.500 to claim first place on rings at the Windy City Invitational ... team captain ... participated in the 2013 U.S. National Qualifier ...honored by the coaching staff with the Hardest Worker Award at the team banquet.
2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Competed in every meet of the season for the Buckeyes ... tied for third on rings with a 14.80 at the Windy City Invitational Jan. 19 ... scored a 14.85 on vault to lead the team at the Metroplex Challenge Jan. 25 ... placed second on vault with a career-high 15.05, third on parallel bars with a 14.60 and fourth on rings with a 14.90 at Penn State Feb. 2 ... earned a first-place finish on high bar with a career-high 15.05 and second-place finishes on parallel bars (14.75) and rings (15.45) against Michigan Feb. 16 ... placed second on vault (15.00) and fourth on parallel bars (14.25) and high bar (14.60) against Illinois Feb. 23 ... took first on rings, second on parallel bars and tied for fifth on high bar with scores of 15.50 (career-high), 14.80 (career-high) and 14.40, respectively, against UIC March 9 ... earned fourth-place finishes on rings (15.00) and parallel bars (14.45) at Oklahoma March 23 ... placed eighth on parallel bars with a 14.30 at the Big Ten Event Finals April 6 ... earned 13th overall on rings at the NCAA Qualifier April 19 with a 14.70 ... tied for 28th on rings (14.65) at the NCAA Team Finals April 20 ... Ohio State Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree.
2011-12 (Freshman Season): Competed on rings, parallel bars and high bar in every meet of the season for the Buckeyes ... placed seventh on high bar at the Windy City Invitational (Jan. 14) with a score of 13.70 ... tied for second on rings against Oklahoma (Jan. 21), posting a career-high 15.100 ... also posted a career-high 14.800 on high bar ... placed third on high bar (14.20) against Michigan and Brockport (Feb. 18) ... finished fourth on rings against Illinois March 2 after tallying a 14.900 ... placed third on rings (14.95) and fourth on high bar (14.40) against Stanford (March 9) ... earned a career-high 14.20 on parallel bars against Minnesota March 24 ... competed at Big Ten Championships (April 6) on rings (14.95), parallel bars (14.15) and high bar (13.55) ... also contributed at NCAA Championships Qualifying (April 19) on rings (14.05), parallel bars (13.35) and high bar (13.15) ... honored by the coaching staff with the Hardest Worker Award at the team banquet.
Prior to Ohio State: Trained and competed for Hocking Valley Gymnastics Center under coach Mike Serra ... three-time Ohio State all-around champion ... eight-time Junior Olympic National Qualifier ... 2011 Rings All-American at the Junior Olympics National Championships ... 2010 Pan Am Individual All-Around Champion ... 2010 USA National Junior Rings Champion ... two-time USAG National Development team member ... five-time Region V team member ... 2010 VISA Cup Qualifier ... two-time Pan Am club team member (2008, 2010) ... 2008 CWHS Athlete of the Quarter ... played football for Canal Winchester for three seasons, starting at cornerback for one season for the Indians.