12/4/2014 | M. Swimming
Fourteen standouts from the Ohio State men's and women's swimming programs are suiting up at USA Swimming's 2014 AT&T Winter National Championships in Greensboro, N.C. Taking place December 3-6, the meet features some of the nation's top swimming talent.
12/1/2014 | M. Swimming
As a junior member of the Ohio State men's swimming and diving team, DJ MacDonald competes primarily in breaststroke and individual medley events for the Buckeyes. A two-time Big Ten and NCAA qualifier, MacDonald recently had a break out summer of swimming, recording the fifth- and seventh-fastest times in the United States in the 200 ...
11/26/2014 | M. Swimming
The Ohio State men's swimming and diving team jumped to fourth in the latest Top 25 poll of Division I men's teams conducted by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (Nov. 25).
11/25/2014 | M. Swimming
Brayden Seal, a member of the 12th-ranked Ohio State men's swimming and diving team, garnered weekly honors from the Big Ten, the conference announced Tuesday. A rookie from Frisco, Texas, Seal was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week, becoming the second Buckeye this season to receive a conference nod.
11/23/2014 | M. Swimming
The Ohio State men's swimming and diving team was crowned champions of the Ohio State Swimming and Diving Invitational Sunday, marking the sixth win at the premier meet for the Scarlet and Gray. The Buckeyes posted a team total of 1,546, which bested second-place finisher Wisconsin by a margin of 723 points.
11/22/2014 | M. Swimming
The Ohio State men's swimming and diving team put together another impressive showing Saturday at the ninth-annual Ohio State Invitational, posting a team score of 1068.5 after two days of competition. Wisconsin holds onto the runner-up spot in the team standings, trailing the Buckeyes by 491 points.
11/21/2014 | M. Swimming
- Following the first day of competition at the ninth-annual Ohio State Swimming and Diving Invitational, the Buckeyes hold a firm lead with 437.5 points secured Friday evening. Wisconsin ranks second with 249 points, followed by Kenyon (142) and Kentucky (128).