Women's Swimming Head Coach Bill Dorenkott
Aug. 15, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The 2012-13 Ohio State women's swimming and diving schedule has been set and will feature seven dual meets and two regular season invitationals. The Buckeyes will be hosting five regular season meets and two invites during the season.
Ohio State opens the year with its annual Scarlet and Gray meet Oct. 19 at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. The team then hosts Division III powerhouse Kenyon and Cleveland State in the lone co-ed tri-meet Oct. 26.
The Buckeyes start November at home in the first dual meet of the season against Denison Oct. 2. The squad will then hit the road for the first time Nov. 9-10 with back-to-back dual meets at Tennessee and Ohio, respectively. After a two week break, the squad will host the eighth-annual Ohio State invitational Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Florida, North Carolina, Indiana and Wisconsin will bring both their men's and women's teams, while the Notre Dame women's squad also will be competing at the invitational.
The month of January features four dual meets with three competitions being at home. The Buckeyes will face Wright State Jan. 11 followed by a home meet vs. Toledo Jan. 12. The following week, Ohio State heads to Michigan for a Big Ten dual Jan. 18. The Scarlet and Gray wrap up the month hosting Cincinnati Jan. 26 in a co-ed meet.
The Buckeyes will gear up for postseason action with back-to-back invitationals to begin the month of February. The squad travels to Evanston, Ill., for the Northwestern Invitational Feb. 1-2 before hosting the Ohio State Winter Invitational Feb. 9-10 in Columbus.
Ohio State travels to Minneapolis, Minn., for the 2013 Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 20-23 and then will host the Ohio State Last Chance meet March 3. All qualified swimmers and divers will then compete at the 2013 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., March 21-23.
For a PDF of the complete 2012-13 Ohio State women's swimming and diving schedule, click above.
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