March 7, 2013
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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The No. 18 Ohio State women’s gymnastics team hosts Bridgeport at 4 p.m. Saturday on Senior Day in St. John Arena.
Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are available on OhioStateBuckeyes.com. Ohio State students are free with valid Buck-ID. Group tickets (10 or more) are also available starting at $4 each when purchased in advance. For more information, contact Ohio State Ticket Sales at 614-292-0043 or at AthleticSales@osu.edu.
Fans can find links to a live video stream and live stats at OhioStateBuckeyes.com or follow on Twitter at Twitter.com/OhioState_WGYM.
Ohio State topped Illinois State, 195.950-192.775, last Sunday in Normal, Ill. Aly Marohn tallied a career-best 39.350 to take the all-around title in addition to tying for the event titles on uneven bars and balance beam.
IN THE RANKINGS
Ohio State is currently ranked 18th nationally in the GymInfo Top 25. Five other Big Ten teams are ranked including Michigan (No. 3), Nebraska (No. 12), Minnesota (No. 14), Penn State (No. 15) and Illinois (No. 19).
As a team, the Buckeyes are tied for 13th nationally on balance beam (48.965 RQS), tied for 19th on floor exercise (49.035) and 23rd on uneven bars (48.925) and vault (49.025).
Individually, Sarah Miller is tied for fifth nationally on beam, seventh on vault and tied for 22nd on floor exercise.
MILLER PICKS UP FIFTH B1G AWARD
Sarah Miller was named Big Ten Event Specialist of the Week, the conference office announced Feb. 25. The award marks the 13th career Big Ten weekly honor and fifth of the season for the Collegeville, Pa., native.
Miller either won or tied for the event title in all three events she competed in as the Buckeyes posted a season-best 196.300 in a dual meet win over Illinois Feb. 23. She tied a career best 9.950 to take the vault title, tallied a 9.925 to win beam and tied for first with a 9.875 on floor exercise.
Miller earned second team All-America honors on balance beam and floor exercise last season while Dean garnered second team All-America honors on floor exercise. The duo became the seventh and eighth All-Americans in Ohio State women’s gymnastics history. It is the first time the Buckeyes have had multiple All-Americans in the same season. DeLuca is a two-year letterwinnner who posted career bests of 9.850 on bars and 9.875 on floor exercise a year ago.
The Buckeyes conclude the regular season with a 7 p.m. ET meet at Minnesota March 16.
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