Buckeyes will host first of two home regattas next weekend
1V8, 2V8, 1V4 and 3V4 earn gold medals
Buckeyes travel to Indianapolis to face conference rivals
Team has three weeks off prior to the Big Ten championships
1V8, 2V8 finish the day unbeaten
2015 Big Ten champion (1N8)
2015 Ohio State Scholar-Athlete
Academic All-Big Ten
Rowed as a member of the First Varsity Four or Second Varsity Four all season… placed first in 2V4 at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 6:58.77 to help the Buckeyes secure their fifth-straight conference title...earned bronze in 1V4 at the NCAA Championships...defeated No. 9 Harvard and Yale with 1V4 at Belleville Lake with times of 7:23.59 and 7:21.18...closed out the PAC-12 challenge with a win over No. 10 Stanford at 1V4 with a time of 7:17.59…earned wins over No. 13 Iowa and No. 18 Indiana at Lake Lemon in Bloomington, Indiana at the 1V4 position...defeated No. 3 Michigan, No. 20 Duke and Notre Dame on April 15 at the 2V4 spot with a time of 7:22.9...went 12-0 for 2V4 at the Clemson Invite, beating six teams (two ranked) the first day and then winning gold at the finals the next day with a time of 7:31.1.
Rowed as a member of the Second Varsity Eight, First Varsity Four, and Second Varsity Four throughout the season … captured silver at the Big Ten Championships in the Second Varsity Four (7:16.572) to help Ohio State win its fourth-consecutive conference title … dominated the season opener in the 2V4 in Princeton, NJ, beating No. 3 Brown, No. 6 Yale and No. 11 Princeton, with times of 7:25.5 and 8:06.0 … split races against Clemson and No. 4 Virginia at Griggs Reservoir, finishing in 7:24.9 and 7:44.9, respectively … defeated conference foes No. 10 Michigan and Michigan State in the First Varsity Four in Princeton, N.J. … competed in the Second Varsity Eight on the first day of the Clemson Invite, beating No. 3 Virginia, No. 8 Texas and No. 20 Louisville … narrowly won the final race of the Clemson Invite in the 1V4, winning by just 0.5 seconds and topping No. 14 Washington State and No. 20 Louisville … finished out the regular season in the Second Varsity Four, defeating No. 16 Syracuse, Michigan State and Ohio State’s 3V4.
Rowed as a member of the First Novice Eight in every race of the season... opened the season with a win over Notre Dame at the Big Ten/ACC Double Dual March 28 in a time of 6:44.04 ... captured first place over the Clemson Third Varsity Eight at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in Charlottesville, Va., April 4 … claimed a win over Minnesota at the Big Ten Double Dual on Griggs Reservoir April 11 in a time of 6:19.37 … won two of three races over two days at the Clemson Invitational in Clemson, S.C., April 18-19 … opened the competition with a runner-up finish behind Virginia in a combined 3V8/1N8 race with a time of 6:50.9 before posting a first-place time of 6:46.3 in the second race of the day, three seconds faster than Syracuse; closed the two-day regatta with a neck-and-neck battle against Michigan State in a combined 3V8/1N8 contest, beating the Spartans in a photo finish (6:43.0-6:43.3) … defeated Michigan State by three seconds (6:48.3-6:51.00) in the regular season finale at Griggs Reservoir April 25 … earned a narrow victory over No.1-seed Wisconsin at the Big Ten championships in a time of 7:10.29, claiming Ohio State's third 1V8 conference title in four seasons ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State
Attended Seton-La Salle High School ... three-year letter winner on the swimming team ... competed with Three Rivers Rowing from 2010-2014, serving as captain in 2014.
Daughter of Lisa and David Saba ... had one sibling, D.J ... plans to major in civil engineer with hopes of designing bridges and coaching rowing in the future.
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