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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 14th-ranked Ohio State (12-7 overall, 6-1 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) men’s volleyball team returns to action after a two-week break with matches at sixth-ranked Penn State (15-3, 6-0 Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) and George Mason (4-10, 2-3 EIVA). The Buckeyes face the Nittany Lions in a 4 p.m. EDT Sunday match in Rec Hall that will be telecast live on the Big Ten Network. Calling the match will be Frank Giardina handling the play-by-play with analyst Julie Miller. OSU faces the Patriots at the John Linn Memorial Gym at 7 p.m. EDT Monday

OHIO STATE LAST MATCHES
The Buckeyes are coming off a 14-day break between matches. Ohio State played three matches in five days starting with a 3-0 (30-26, 30-27, 30-18) loss at home to ninth-ranked Penn State. OSU won 3-2 (30-26, 30-21, 29-31, 24-30, 15-12) at IPFW and defeated Mt. Olive College, 3-0 (30-21, 30-22, 30-18) at home.

ST. FRANCIS HOME MATCH RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 17
The Feb. 6 home match with St. Francis has been rescheduled to 7 p.m., Saturday April 17. The Feb. 6 match was not played because of the weather conditions.

OHIO STATE
The 14th-ranked Buckeyes are coached by Pete Hanson. Ohio State is 12-7 overall and 6-1 in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. The Buckeyes are coming off a 14-day break between matches. Ohio State played three matches in five days starting with a 3-0 (30-26, 30-27, 30-18) loss at home to ninth-ranked Penn State. OSU won 3-2 (30-26, 30-21, 29-31, 24-30, 15-12) at IPFW and defeated Mt. Olive College, 3-0 (30-21, 30-22, 30-18) at home. Leading OSU in points per game is Shawn Sangrey at 5.09. John Klanac ranks second at 4.25 and Kevin Heine is third at 2.93. Sangrey is the team leader in kills per game at 4.29 with Klanac second at 3.68 and Heine third at 2.19. The top percentage hitter on the squad is Heine at .444. Grayson Overman ranks second at .411 with Mik Berzins third at .278. At setter, Steven Kehoe has a 13.02 assists per game average. Kehoe has a team-high .32 aces per game with 21. Sangrey ranks second at .31 with 16 and Klanac is third at .29 with 16. Defensively,Berzins leads the squad in digs per game with a 2.53 average. Kehoe ranks second at 1.75 with Anthony Hock third at 1.53. Mike Stefani has a team-high .965 serve reception percentage handling 220 of 228 attempts. Berzins ranks second at .951 handling 411 of 432 attempts. Hock is third at .950 handling 226 of 238 attempts. At the net, Overman has a team-high 1.37 blocks per game average with nine solos and 69 assist blocks. Ranking second is Heine at 1.09 with five solos and 58 assists. Sangrey ranks third at .87 with six solos and 39 assists. Ohio State is hitting .294 on the season and is averaging 19.58 points, 15.14 kills and 14.25 assists per game. The Buckeyes average 1.54 aces, 9.83 digs and 2.91 blocks per game and have a .940 serve reception percentage. Buckeye opponents are hitting .235 and average 17.53 points, 13.49 kills and 12.68 assists per game. Opponents average 1.26 aces, 8.97 digs and 2.78 blocks per game and have a .932 serve reception percentage.

PENN STATE
The sixth-ranked Nittany Lions are coached by Mark Pavlik. Penn State is 15-3 overall and 6-0 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. Last week in California, the Nittany Lions won, 3-2 (33-31, 30-25, 26-30, 28-30, 16-14) at UC Irvine and split matches at the Active Ankle Classic in Long Beach. Penn State lost, 3-1 (30-26, 33-31, 25-30, 30-24) to Brigham Young and defeated Long Beach State, 3-0 (30-28, 30-28, 30-27). The Nittany Lions host St. Francis Friday prior to facing the Buckeyes Sunday. Leading the squad in points per game is Will Price with a 5.45 average. Joe Sunder ranks second at 4.65 with Max Lipsitz third at 4.48. Price has a team-high 4.67 kills per game average. Sunder ranks second at 3.94 and Lipsitz is third at 3.57. The top percentage hitter on the squad at .531 is Lipsitz. Price, at .335, ranks second with Sunderthird at .332. Setter Edgardo Goas has a 14.00 assists per game average. Price has a team-high .47 aces per game average with 30. Sunder, at .31, ranks second with 20 and Goas is third at .18 with 11. Defensively, Dennis Del Valle has a team-high 3.54 digs per game average. Price ranks second at 1.88 with Goas third at 1.73. Sunder leads the team in serve reception percentage at .982 handling 433 of 441 attempts. Del Valle ranks second at .961 (299-311) and Ryan Wolf, at .953 (123-129), ranks third. At the net, Lipsitz has a 1.49 blocks per game average to lead Penn State. He has 10 solos and 84 assist blocks. Ian Hendries ranks second at .79 (3-23) with Goas third at .77 (2-46). For the season, Penn State is hitting .349 and averages 20.83 points, 16.64 kills and 15.58 assists per game. The Nittany Lions average 1.50 aces, 11.06 digs and 2.69 blocks per game and have a .961 serve reception percentage handling 1,245 of 1,295 attempts. Nittany Lion opponents are hitting .222 and average 16.88 points, 13.56 kills and 12.91 assists per game. Penn State opponents average .78 aces, 9.12 digs and 2.53 blocks per game and have a .938 serve reception percentage handling 1,447 of 1,543 attempts.

BUCKEYE-NITTANY LION SERIES
Penn State leads the series against Ohio State, 64-29-1. Ohio State has a 17-12 mark in Columbus. The Nittany Lions are 25-6 at Penn State and 27-6-1 in neutral site matches. Earlier this season at the Outrigger Hotels Invitational in Honolulu, Hawaii, Penn State defeated Ohio State, 3-1 (16-30, 27-30, 30-24, 25-30).  The Nittany Lions won, 3-0 (30-26, 30-27, 30-18) in Columbus. Penn State has won the last eight meetings with Ohio State and 12 of the last 14.

GEORGE MASON
The Patriots are coached by Fred Chao. George Mason is 4-10 overall and 2-3 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. Prior to this week, the Patriots have not played since losses at home to Rutgers-Newark, 3-2 (26-30, 30-26, 24-30, 30-19, 15-12) March 5 and at Penn State, 3-0 (30-24, 30-22, 30-16) March 6. George Mason hosts Ball State Friday, March 19 and IPFW Saturday, March 20. Andrew Dentler leads the Patriots in points per game with a 5.50 average. Shaun Sibley ranks second at 3.40 with Eric Lucas third at 3.25. Dentler has a team-high 4.82 kills per game average. Ranking second at 2.44 is Dave Reilly with Lucas third at 2.14.Sibley is the team leader in attack percentage at .314. Norton ranks second at .254 with Reilly third at .211. At setter, Javier Perez has a 12.14 assists per game average. Norton has a team-high .21 aces per game average with seven.Dentler ranks second at .18 with seven and Perez is third at .16 with eight. Defensively, Luke Maloney has a team-high 2.12 digs per game average. Perez ranks second at 1.62 with Lucas third at 1.60. Maloney leads the squad in serve reception percentage at .974 handling 337 of 346 attempts. Max McFarland ranks second at .970 (163-168) and Reilly is third at .968 (150-154). At the net, Lance Rogers has a team-high 1.06 blocks per game average with three solos and 30 assist blocks. Sibley ranks second at 1.02 (3-38) with Perez third at .56 (2-26). George Mason is hitting .208 and averages 18.62 points, 14.71 kills and 13.86 assists per game. The Patriots average 1.25 aces, 9.56 digs and 2.66 blocks per game and have a .957 serve reception percentage. Opponents are hitting .291 and average 19.56 points, 15.201 kills and 14.31 assists per game. Patriot opponents average 1.04 aces, 10.98 digs and 3.32 blocks per game and have a .942 serve reception percentage.

BUCKEYE-PATRIOT SERIES
George Mason has a 25-18 series lead over Ohio State. The Patriots are 17-4 in neutral site matches and 5-3 at George Mason while Ohio State is 11-3 in Columbus. Earlier this season, the Buckeyes defeated George Mason, 3-0 (30-24, 33-31, 31-29) at Ohio State and 3-0 (30-12, 30-16, 30-25) at the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic.

MEET THE BUCKEYES

#1 STEVEN KEHOE
Steven Kehoe – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, 46 assists, one ace serve, four digs, six assist blocks and one kill – in Columbus, 46 assists, one ace serve, eight digs and one assist block – George Mason – started both matches – in Columbus, 41 assists, seven digs, one ace serve, one kill, three total blocks (1-2) – in Springfield, 39 assists, three kills, two digs and four assist blocks – Season – started all 19 matches – averaging 13.02 assists, .32 aces (2nd on team), 1.75 digs (2nd on team) and .83 blocks (4th on team) per game.

#2 KEVIN HEINE
Kevin Heine – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, eight kills (.294), one dig and four assist blocks – in Columbus – five kills (.400) and two digs – George Mason – started both matches – in Columbus, seven kills (.417), three digs and five assist blocks – in Springfield, seven kills (.667), one ace serve, one dig and one assist block – Season – played and started in 17 matches – hitting a team-high .444, averaging 2.93 points (4th on team), 2.19 kills (4th on team), .16 aces, .40 digs and 1.09 blocks (3rd on team) per game

#3 ANTHONY HOCK
Anthony Hock – Penn State – in Hawaii – played in three games to serve – in Columbus – played libero recording two digs, one assist and handled 25 of 27 (.926) serve reception attempts – George Mason – in Columbus, played in three games, serving – in Springfield, at libero recorded seven digs and handled 15 of 15 (1.000) serve reception attempts – Season – played in 15 matches with nine starts at libero – averaging 1.53 digs per game (3rd on team) and has a .950 serve reception percentage handling 226 of 238 attempts.

#4 KYLE LAWRENCE
Kyle Lawrence – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in two matches recording seven assists against Mt. Olive.

#5 GRAYSON OVERMAN
Grayson Overman – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, two block assists and one dig – in Columbus, four kills (.375), two assist blocks and one dig – George Mason – started both matches – in Columbus, six kills (.556), three ace serves and four total blocks (2-2) – in Springfield, two kills (.400), one assist, 15 total blocks (1-14) – 14 assist blocks an Ohio State match record, 15 total blocks ties Ohio State match record – Season – played and started in 17 matches – averaging 1.37 blocks (team-high), 2.62 points, 1.61 kills, .25 aces, .28 digs per game and has a .411 attack percentage (2nd on the team) – Honors – named the MIVA Defensive Player of the Week and the Ohio State Athlete of the Week for his play against George Mason and UC Santa Barbara at the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic.

#6 SHAWN SANGREY
Shawn Sangrey – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, three kills, one assist, one ace serve and two digs – in Columbus – 20 kills (.368), one ace serve and three digs – George Mason – started both matches – in Columbus 10 kills (.208), three assists, four digs and five total bocks (2-3) – in Springfield, 14 kills (.360), career-high four ace serves, nine digs and five assist blocks – Season – played in 17 matches with 14 starts – averaging 5.09 points (team-high), 4.29 kills (team-high), .31 aces, 1.37 digs and .87 blocks per game while hitting .259 – Honors – named the MIVA Offensive Player of the Week and the Ohio State Athlete of the Week for his play in the victory at Ball State – earned all-tournament honors at the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic for his play against George Mason and UC Santa Barbara and was named the MIVA Offensive Player of the Week.

#7 MIKE STEFANI
Mike Stefani – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, nine kills (.036), one ace serve, 10 digs, two assist blocks and handled 36 of 39 (.923) serve reception attempts – in Columbus, seven kills (.200), one assist, seven digs and handled 17 of 17 (1.000) serve reception attempts – George Mason – in Springfield, played in two games recording one assist block – Season – played in 15 matches with six starts – averaging 1.84 points, 1.64 kills, 1.20 digs per game and has a team-high .965 serve reception percentage handling 184 of 228 attempts.

#8 JOHN KLANAC
John Klanac – Penn State – started both matches – in Hawaii, 16 kills (.159), one ace serve and handled 8 of 9 (.889) serve reception attempts – in Columbus, 13 kills (.194), three digs, one assist block and handled 14 of 15 (.933) serve reception attempts – George Mason – started both matches – in Columbus, 12 kills (.179), one assist, two digs, two assist blocks and handled 17 of 18 (.944) serve reception attempts – in Springfield, 16 kills (.483), one assist, four ace serves, four digs, three total blocks (1-2) and handled five of five (1.000) serve reception attempts – Season – played and started in 17 matches – averaging 4.25 points (2nd on team), 3.68 kills (2nd on team), .29 aces (3rd on team), 1.14 digs and .46 blocks per game while hitting .234 – serve reception percentage of .941 handling 225 of 239 attempts – Honors – named to theOutrigger Hotels Invitational All-Tournament Team against Hawaii, Southern California and Penn State – named to the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic All-Tournament Team against George Mason and UC Santa Barbara.

#9 JOHN THOLEN
John Tholen – Penn State – in Hawaii, four kills (.800), one ace serve, two digs and five assist blocks – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in three matches with two starts – averaging 2.81 points, 1.75 kills, 1.50 blocks, 12. aces, .38 digs per game while hitting .409.

#10 BRIAN KUES
Brian Kues – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in one match with five serve attempts.

#11 TED SCHOENFELDT
Ted Schoenfeldt – Penn State – in Hawaii, 13 kills (.333), one assist, three ace serves, five digs and four assist blocks – in Columbus, played in two games, serving – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in 13 matches with six starts – averaging 3.55 points, 2.83 kills, .34 aces, 1.17 digs and .69 blocks per game while hitting .292.

#12 JASON TOBKIN
Jason Tobkin – Penn State – in Hawaii, played in two games, serving – in Columbus, played in three games, serving – George Mason – in Springfield, played two games – Season – played in 16 matches with one start – averaging .29 points, .22 kills, .06 aces, .19 digs and .03 blocks per game while hitting .700 – serve reception percentage of 1,000 handling 22 serves without an error.

#13 NICK GIBSON
Nick Gibson – Penn State – in Columbus, played in one game – George Mason – in Columbus, played in one game, serving – Season – played in 13 matches with three starts – averaging 2.10 points, 1.90 kills, .05 aces, .75 digs and .25 blocks per game while hitting .431 – serve reception percentage of .984 handling 60 of 61 attempts.

#14 MIKE STEWART
Mike Stewart – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in five matches with two starts – averaging 1.83 points, 1.33 kills, .22 aces, .33 digs and .56 blocks per game while hitting .500.

#15 MIK BERZINS
Mik Berzins – Penn State – in Hawaii – at libero had 15 digs and handled 43 of 45 (.956) serve reception attempts – in Columbus – played in two games recording four digs and handling 17 of 17 (1.000) serve reception attempts – George Mason – in Columbus, nine kills (.412), 10 digs, one assist block and handled 27 of 30 (.867) serve reception attempts – in Springfield, five kills (.125), nine digs, three assist blocks and handled 22 of 23 (.957) serve reception attempts – Season – played in 17 matches with 10 starts and five at libero – averaging 1.80 points, 1.55 kills, .08 aces, 2.53 digs (team-high) and .32 blocks per game while hitting .278 – serve reception percentage of .951 (2nd on team), handling 411 of 432 attempts – Honors – named the MIVA Defensive Player of the Week for his play against Penn State and at IPFW.

#16 DALE FREIER
Dale Freier – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in one match, recording a kill against Mt. Olive.

#17 COLIN KELLY
Colin Kelly – has not played.

18 ERIC DATES
Eric Dates – has not played.

#19 RHETT CASH
Rhett Cash – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – in Columbus, played libero recording three digs and handling 21 of 22 (.955) serve reception attempts – Season – played in six matches with five starts at libero – averaging 1.56 digs per game and has a .947 serve reception percentage handling 108 of 114 attempts.

#20 DEREK KUES
Derek Kues – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – in Columbus, played in two games, serving – in Springfield, played in one game, serving – Season – played in 12 matches – recorded four digs, one kill and 39 serving attempts.

#21 SEAN MARTIN
Sean Martin – Penn State – did not play – George Mason – did not play – Season – played in three matches – recorded one dig and six serve attempts.

OHIO STATE RANKED 14TH IN THE AVCA DIVISION I-II POLL
Ohio State is ranked 14th in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division I-II Men’s Coaches Top 15 Poll this week with 38 points. The Buckeyes were 14th last week and began the season 10th in the preseason poll.

OHIO STATE IN THE MIVA CONFERENCE STATISTICS
In the MIVA conference only statistics, Kevin Heine is the top percentage hitter at .477. Ted Schoenfeldt is eighth at .333 with Mike Berzins 13th at .287 and Shawn Sangrey 17th at .269. Sangrey ranks second in aces per game at .42.  Grayson Overman is third at .38 with Steven Kehoe tied for eighth at .31 and Schoenfeldt 11th at .29. Sangrey ranks third in kills per game at 4.32 with John Klanac eighth at 3.54. Schoenfeldt is 10th at 3.21 and Heine is 19th at 2.32. In points per game, Sangrey ranks third at 5.26 with Klanac eighth at 4.00. Schoenfeldt ranks ninth at 3.96 with Heine 19th at 2.98. Kehoe is ranked second in assists per game at 13.12. Defensively, Anthony Hock ranks second in digs per game at 3.25. Berzins ranks sixth at 2.29 with Kehoe 10th at 1.88. In blocks per game, Overman is fifth at 1.27 with Heine 10th at 1.09. As a team, the Buckeyes rank second in kills (15.23), assists (14.35) and aces (1.77) per game. OSU ranks second in hitting percentage at .298, third in digs at 10.69 and fourth in blocks per game at 2.81.

BERZINS NAMED MIVA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – March 8
Mik Berzins was named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Defensive Player of the Week for his play against Penn State and at IPFW. Berzins, in the 3-2 (30-26, 30-21, 29-31, 24-30, 15-12) win at IPFW, recorded a match and career-high 26 digs. His 26 digs were the third best match performance in OSU history. In his fifth start at libero and the first since mid-January, Berzins handled 29 of 30 serve reception attempts with 21 (.677) being converted to kills. He had nine of OSU’s 15 digs in the deciding fifth game to help OSU to the conference victory. After starting eight of his last nine matches at outside hitter, Berzins saw limited action in game two in the back row against Penn State as a server. He started at libero in game three recording four digs and handling 17 serve reception attempts without an error. For the two matches, Berzins averaged 4.29 digs per game and had a .979 serve reception percentage handling 47 of 48 attempts.

SANGREY NAMED MIVA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – March 1
Shawn Sangrey was named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Offensive Player of the Week for his play in the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic. Sangrey, in the 3-0 (30-12, 30-16, 30-25) victory over George Mason, in the semifinals of the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic in Springfield, Mass. Sangrey posted a career-high four ace serves against the Patriots and totaled 20.5 points in the match. He added 14 kills while hitting .360, nine digs and five assist blocks. Sangrey had a team-high 21 points in the 3-0 (34-32, 32-30, 30-17) loss to UC Santa Barbara in the championship match with 21 kills (.295) and five digs. For his play, he was named to the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic All-Tournament Team. Sangrey averaged 6.92 points, 5.83 kills, .67 aces, 2.33 digs and .83 blocks per game while hitting .319. This is the second time this season Sangrey has been honored as the MIVA Offensive Player of the Week.

OVERMAN NAMED MIVA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – March 1
Grayson Overman has been named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Defensive Player of the Week for his play in the Volleyball Hall of Fame/Morgan Classic. Overman, in the win over George Mason, recorded an OSU match record 14 block assists against the Patriots. The previous record of 13 was held by Scott Spurlock (at Lewis, 2/1/04), Colin McMillan (at IPFW, 1/29/99 and Juniata, 3/11/98), Jon Yunker, UC Santa Cruz, 3/29/93) and Tom Hoff (vs. IPFW at Ball State, 4/24/93). He tied the Buckeye match record for total blocks with 15 (1-14) and now shares the mark with Rene’ Esteves (at Lewis, 2/27/99), David Frette (at Ball State, 4/10/91) and Tom Hoff (vs. IPFW at Ball State, 4/24/93). He added two kills and one assist against the Patriots. This is the second double-figure block match by Overman. He recorded 11 total blocks at Loyola-Chicago with a solo and 10 assist blocks. In the 3-0 (34-32, 32-30, 30-17) loss to UC Santa Barbara in the championship match, Overman had three assist blocks, two kills, one dig and one assist. In the two matches, he averaged 3.00 blocks, 2.25 points, .67 kills while hitting .300.

SANGREY NAMED MIVA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Feb. 8
Shawn Sangrey was named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Offensive Player of the Week for the Ohio State men’s volleyball team. He had match-highs of 21.5 points and 15 kills in the 3-0 (30-28, 34-32, 30-23) win at Ball State to keep OSU undefeated (4-0) in conference play. Sangrey hit .367 (15-4-30) and had a career-high three ace serves in the match. He had three digs and equaled his career high of two solo blocks against the Cardinals. Sangrey had five total blocks including three assists. With game one tied at 28, his kill for point 29 and a block with Kevin Heine won the game at 30-28. In the 34-32 game two, Sangrey hit .600 (7-1-10) and added two ace serves, a solo block and two assist blocks. In his last three matches, he has recorded double-figure points and kills and he is the team leader in points (4.50) and kills (3.62).

OHIO STATE THE PRESEASON FAVORITE IN THE MIVA
The Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association announced Ohio State has been picked as the preseason favorite by a vote of the league coaches. The Buckeyes, three-time defending MIVA regular season champions and two-time defending MIVA tournament champions, edge Ball State by one vote. Ohio State had four first place votes to three for the Cardinals. Lewis was picked to finish third, Loyola-Chicago fourth and IPFW fifth. First-year member Grand Canyon was picked to finish sixth and Quincy seventh to round out the voting.

OHIO STATE HAS THREE PLAYERS NAMED TO THE MIVA PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
Three Buckeyes, Kevin Heine, Steve Kehoe and John Klanac, were named to the 10-player MIVA Preseason All-Conference Team. Also named to the team were Ball State’s Billy Ebel, J.D. Gasparovic and Ethan Pheister. Mike Iandolo and Nathan Klaas of Lewis, Darryl Shank of IPFW and Kris Berzins of Loyola Chicago complete the team.

Heine, a 6-5 red-shirt senior middle hitter, averaged 1.92 kills and 1.12 blocks per game in conference play last season. Kehoe, a 6-4 setter, was a 2009 MIVA first team All-Conference selection. The red-shirt senior averaged 12.75 assists, 1.97 digs and .94 blocks per game. Klanac, a 6-6 outside hitter, was a 2009 MIVA second-team All-conference selection. The red-shirt senior averaged 2.91 kills, 1.52 digs and .82 blocks per game.

HEAD COACH PETE HANSON
Pete Hanson is in his 26th season at Ohio State. He has a 505-281 record with the Buckeyes and has won 12 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association championships, including 2009. Named the MIVA Coach of the Year nine times, including 2009, he was the American Volleyball Coaches Association National Coach of the Year in 2000 when Ohio State was the NCAA national championship runner-up. Hanson was also the 1998 Volleyball Magazine Coach of the Year. His teams have advanced to the NCAA championships eight times including back-to-back appearances in 2000 (runner-up) and 2001 (semifinalist) and in 2008 and 2009 (semifinals).

NEXT ON THE SCHEDULE
Ohio State returns to MIVA conference ation with a pair of matches at Quincy. The Buckeyes face the Hawks at 7 p.m. CDT Friday, April 2 and at 2 p.m. CDT Saturday, April 3.

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