Big Ten Medal of Honor finalists revealed
Buckeyes will host first of two home regattas next weekend
Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete
Served as coxswain of the First 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 at the NCAA Championships...defeated No. 9 Harvard and Yale 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 with a time of 7:17.59…earned wins over No. 13 Iowa and No. 18 Indiana at Lake Lemon in Bloomington, Indiana...defeated No. 20 Duke and Notre Dame on April 15 with a time of 7:10.7...went 12-0 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 7:18.5.
Nothdurft, Teitelbaum Receive B1G Honors