Cheyenne Meek
Cheyenne  Meek


Port Clinton, Ohio

High School:
Port Clinton



Record 115 Buckeyes Earn B1G Distinguished Scholar Accolades

Honorees posted 3.7+ grade-point average in 2016-17


Big Ten Recognizes 91 Buckeyes as Distinguished Scholars

Record number of athletes honored, including 16 with 4.0 grade-point averages for the year

As a junior (2016-17): Academic All-Big Ten and OSU Scholar Athlete … Joseph S. Myers Award winner, which is given annually to the top graduating senior in the School of Communications … Second Team All-Big Ten after helping the 200 freestyle relay finish in second place at Big Ten Championships … competed at Big Tens individually in three events: 50, 100, and 200 freestyle … had Top 5 times on the team in both the 50 and 100 free (22.76 and 50.36, respectively) 

As a sophomore (2015-16):
Ohio State’s B1G Sportsmanship Award recipient at the Big Ten Championships … sustained an injury that caused her to miss the second half of the season … still had seven top-three event finishes, including a win in the 50 freestyle against Denison on Nov. 6 … ranked seventh on the team in both the 50 and 100 free (23.39 and 50.92, respectively) … Ohio State Scholar Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten

As a freshman (2014-15):
Qualified for the Big Ten Championships in the 50, 100, and 200 freestyle events... her time fastest times in the 50 and 100 freestyle both ranked in the top-10 on the team. 

A state medalist all four years at Port Clinton High School, swimming under the direction of head coach Dan Diaz ... a three-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American ... three-time team MVP ... received All-Ohio honors all four seasons ... competed in cross country and track for the Redskins ... a two-time regional qualifier in cross country ... also achieved MVP and first team all-league honors ... the daughter of Brad and Christine Meek ... has two siblings, Shane and Christian.