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Ohio State jumps into the Top 5 in the latest CSCAA national rankings
Buckeyes return for a pair of duals against quality Big 12, Big Ten foes
Buckeyes back after jumping two spots in the CSCAA national rankings
McDonald is Swimmer of the Week, Holstein Diver of the Week, McHugh Freshman of the Week
At a glance: Has represented Ohio State twice at the NCAA championships over the course of his career ... specializes in the one-meter and three-meter springboard events ... made an appearance at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in 2012 (14th-place, 707.65).
As a junior (2013): Opened season with a runner-up finish on the three-meter dive at a home meet vs. Denison (380.63) ... traveled with the team to take on No. 13 Tennessee ... placed second in Knoxville on the one-meter dive as well as third on the three-meter apparatus ... earned a trip to the Big Ten championships, competing in the one-meter and three-meter events ... appeared in five meets during the season.
As a sophomore (2012): Swept the one-meter and three-meter events at the Ohio State Invitational, placing first with scores of 326.30 and 396.15, respectively ... appeared at the USA Diving Winter Nationals ... earned four wins over the course of the season, inlcuding one in a dual with Harvard ... took second at the Big Ten championships in the one-meter diving competition with a score of 377.90 ... earned a trip to the NCAA championships, where he placed fourth in the one-meter competition as well as fifthon the three-meter springboard.
As a freshman (2011): Earned an eighth-place finish at the 2011 NCAA Championships on the one-meter springboard with a score of 309.95 ... also competed in the three-meterevent at NCAAs, placing 31st (273.70) ... qualified for the Big Ten championships, where he placed eighth in the three-meter competition ... opened OSU career with back-to-back runner-up finishes in the one-meter and three-meter eventsat a home meetvs. Cleveland State and Dension.
Angerame, Romanik Advance to NCAAs