Athletes of the Week
Ty Echard, a freshman on the men’s gymnastics team, set a program record on pommel horse, scoring a 15.3 on the event Feb. 21 in St. John Arena. A native of Lancaster, Ohio, Echard’s score betters the previous Ohio State record by more than half a point and ranks as the third highest tally for a pommel horse contestant in the nation this season.
Joel Dalgarno, a senior captain for the men’s lacrosse team, scored in overtime to lift Ohio State to a 10-9 victory over Bucknell in a back-and-forth game in Woody Hayes Athletic Center Feb. 21. Bucknell had rallied to tie the game with 40 seconds remaining but Dalgarno’s third goal of the game gave the Buckeyes the win.
Dalgarno, who moves into second place in the Ohio State record books with 180 career points, had a hat trick and two assists for five points.
Robbie Klein, a senior on the men’s volleyball team, averaged 5.92 points per game for the two matches against Quincy. He averaged 4.83 kills, .67 aces, .33 digs and .50 blocks per game. Klein collected 16.5 points Feb. 19 against the Hawks with a match-high 13 kills while hitting .312. He added an assists, one ace serve, one digs and three total blocks with two solos and one assist. Klein recorded a match-high 19 points in the Feb. 20 match against the Hawks recording a match-high 16 kills while hitting .355. He added three aces and one dig against the Hawks. His four total aces for the two matches moved him to second on the Ohio State career aces list with 110.
Klein has started all 12 matches this season and is averaging 4.50 points, 3.88 kills, .20 aces, 1.00 digs and .71 blocks per game.
Athletics Good Stuff
Head coach: Bob Todd
Ohio State opened its 126th season of baseball with a 2-0 shutout of Notre Dame Feb. 20 in Dunedin, Fla. The game was played as part of the BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge.
Sophomore pitchers Alex Wimmers and Drew Rucinski combined for the opening day shutout by striking out 10 Irish while scattering six hits with just three walks. Offensively, the Buckeyes had six hits against Brian Dupra.
The Buckeyes improved to 2-0 in the BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge after breaking open a tight game with three runs in the eighth inning to beat Connecticut, 6-4, in Clearwater, Fla. Ohio State built a 6-0 lead on junior Zach Hurley’s bases-clearing triple after classmate Brian DeLucia’s two-run double in the sixth inning put the first runs on the scoreboard. Sophomore Andrew Armstrong pitched a career-long 6.2 innings and did not allow a run while scattering three hits, striking out five and walking two. He allowed just five batters to reach base and only one runner reached second before giving way to senior Jake Hale in the seventh inning and Ohio State leading 2-0.
The Scarlet and Gray completed the BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge with a 3-0 record after capping its stay in Florida with a 6-5 win over Cincinnati in St. Petersburg Feb. 22. Ohio State was led by DeLucia with two home runs and four runs batted in and Rucinski picked up the win in relief, pitching 3.1 innings of one-hit, no-run ball. Hale got the save with an additional 1.1 innings of effective relief work. The senior retired five of six batters he faced, including three by strikeout, and gave up just one hit and one walk. He recorded his 12th career save, tying him for fifth on Ohio State’s career saves list.
Up Next: at North Florida Tournament, Feb. 27-March 1 in Jacksonville, Fla.
at Winter Haven Tournament, March 6-8 in Winter Haven, Fla.
Men’s Basketball (17-8; 7-7 Big Ten)
Head coach: Thad Matta
Ohio State suffered a 72-69 setback to Northwestern in Evanston, Ill., Feb. 18 to fall into a three-way tie for fifth place in the Big Ten standings.
Sophomore Jon Diebler scored 28 points and hit eight 3-pointers to lead the Buckeyes, who had a 37-28 halftime lead. Sophomore Evan Turner had 14 points and freshman B.J. Mullens added 11.
The Buckeyes returned to Value City Arena Feb. 22 and dropped a 70-68 decision to No. 18 Illinois. With a 3-point basket in the second half, freshman William Buford passed Damon Stringer for fifth all-time among OSU freshmen with 35 made field goals from behind the arc.
Turner recorded his ninth-consecutive double-digit game, tallying 17 on the afternoon. It was his 23rd game of the season completing such a feat. Turner and Diebler led the Buckeyes in scoring with 17 points each. It was the 13th game Turner has led the team in scoring this season and fifth for Diebler.
Up Next: vs. Penn State, 7 p.m. Feb. 24 in Value City Arena (Television: ESPN)
at Purdue, 4 p.m. Feb. 28 in West Lafayette, Ind. (Television: ESPN)
at Iowa, 9 p.m. March 3 in Iowa City, Iowa (Television: Big Ten Network)
vs. Northwestern, 5 p.m. March 8 in Value City Arena (Television: Big Ten Network)
No. 14 Women’s Basketball (22-5; 13-3 Big Ten)
Head coach: Jim Foster
The Buckeyes handed Big Ten opponent Minnesota a 73-62 loss in Williams Arena Feb. 19 in Minneapolis. The win kept Ohio State in a tie for first place in the Big Ten with Michigan State at 12-3 after the Spartans defeated Michigan in East Lansing, Feb. 19.
Sophomore Jantel Lavender finished with 14 points after sitting most of the first half in foul trouble. She has scored in double figures in all 57 career games, the fourth-longest active streak in Division I. Freshman Samantha Prahalis dished out a game-high nine assists.
Star Allen tied a career high with 22 points in Ohio State’s 79-67 win over Indiana in Bloomington, Ind., Feb. 22. With the win, the Buckeyes moved into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten. Brittany Johnson had a career-high 18 points and Lavender added 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Up Next: vs. Wisconsin, 7 p.m. Feb. 26 in Value City Arena (Live Streaming: BigTenNetwork.com)
vs. Penn State, 4 p.m. March 1 in Value City Arena (Television: Big Ten Network)
Head coach: Vladimir Nazlymov
Five Buckeyes competed in the Junior Olympics Feb. 13-16 in Albuquerque, N.M. Two Buckeye fencers earned top honors, while another brought home a third-place finish.
Sabre specialist Emily Cheng continued an eye-opening freshman campaign by taking first in the women’s sabre competition, which had 105 entrants. Classmate Eric Gurnowski was equally impressive, earning the top spot in the men’s epee competition that had 203 contestants. Sophomore Ben Parkins took home a third-place finish in men’s foil.
Up Next: at Midwest Conference Championships, All Day Feb. 28-March 1 in Notre Dame, Ind.
Midwest Regional Qualifier, TBA March 7 at the RPAC (Ohio State campus)
Head coach: Anne Wilkinson
Ohio State was recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association as one of 65 teams in the nation to carry a team grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher in 2008 Feb. 23. This is the third-consecutive season the Buckeyes have been on the list compiled annually by the NFHCA.
Head coach: Therese Hession
With a team total of 907, Ohio State finished sixth in the Central District Invitational in Parrish, Fla., Feb. 17. Moving up one position from opening day, the Buckeyes added a third-round score of 302 (+14) at the two-day 54-hole event to their previous rounds of 304-301 at the par 72, 6,099 yard River Wilderness Country Club.
Sophomore In Hong Lim led the Buckeyes with a total score of 8-over 224 to finish in a season-best tie for 11th. On the final 18 holes, the Melbourne, Australia, native had three birdies en route to a score of 76. One stroke back from Lim was Nara Shin. Shooting her third-consecutive round of 75, the freshman from Avon, Conn., climbed six spots to conclude the tournament in a tie for 15th. Also in the Top 25 was senior co-captain Gemma Webster. The Glasgow, Scotland, native carded a third-round score of 76 to move up to a tie for 22nd at 228.
Up Next: at Pinehurst Challenge, TBA March 2-3 in Pinehurst, N.C.
No. 8 Men’s Gymnastics (3-3; 1-4 Big Ten)
Head coach: Miles Avery
Ohio State had a gymnast claim first on each of the six events en route to a season-high tally of 350.8 to secure victory over UIC (333.05) in St. John Arena Feb. 21.
A crowd of 707 saw seniors Jake Bateman (floor) and Pejman Ebrahimi (vault), sophomore Brandon Wynn (rings) and freshmen Ty Echard (pommel horse) and Philip Onorato (rings, high bar, all-around) record meet-best scores. Competing in just his third meet as a Buckeye, Onorato, a native of Plano, Texas, captured the all-around win, scoring a career-best 85.85. Wynn placed second in the all-around with an 84.5. For the night, the Buckeyes won all six events and swept the Top 3 finishes on floor, rings, vault and parallel bars.
Up Next: at Penn State, 2 p.m. Feb. 28 in State College, Pa.
at California, 10 p.m. March 6 in Berkeley, Calif.
No. 19 Women’s Gymnastics (4-5; 1-3 Big Ten)
Head coach: Carey Fagan
Ohio State posted an in-state victory at Bowling Green Feb. 22. The Buckeyes totaled a 194.175 to outscore the Falcons’ 193.750 team total. Ohio State won vault, bars and beam in the victory. The squad posted a 48.750 on both vault and bars, while scoring a 48.525 on beam and a 48.150 on floor.
Junior Beth Ann Ballard recorded a first-place finish on bars with a 9.825. With a 9.850, freshman Nicole Krauter took first on beam, tying her career high with the mark. In the all-around, sophomore Rebecca Best placed second with a 38.775.
Up Next: at Penn State (vs. Alabama), 2 p.m. March 1 in State College, Pa.
vs. George Washington, 7 p.m. March 7 in St. John Arena
No. 15/16 Men’s Hockey (19-11-4; 12-10-4 CCHA)
Head coach: John Markell
Sophomore C.J. Severyn’s goal with 4:20 left in regulation capped an Ohio State comeback win over No. 3 Michigan in Value City Arena in front of 8,390 fans Feb. 21. The Buckeyes were down 2-0 early in the second before goals from senior Corey Elkins and sophomore John Albert in a 3:27 span that tied the game. Goalie Dustin Carlson made 16 saves in the third and had 35 in the game in backstopping the Buckeyes to victory.
Michigan scored twice in the first and second periods en route to a 4-1 win over Ohio State in game 1 in Value City Arena Feb. 20. Buckeye sophomore defenseman Corey Toy scored shorthanded with 29 seconds remaining to break the shutout in front of a season-high 9,267 fans.
Up Next: at Miami, 7:35 p.m. Feb. 27 in Oxford, Ohio (Television: ONN/NHL Network)
vs. Miami, 7:05 p.m. Feb. 28 in Value City Arena
CCHA Tournament First Round, TBA March 6-8 on Campus Sites
Women’s Hockey (8-23-3; 6-20-2-2 WCHA)
Head coach: Jackie Barto
Ohio State concluded the regular season with an 8-23-3 overall record and a 6-20-2-2 mark in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association following a 2-1 loss to Minnesota State in game 2 of a two-game set Feb. 21 at the OSU Ice Rink. Sophomore defenseman Shannon Reilly scored the lone goal for the Buckeyes.
Senior goaltender Liana Bonanno made 24 saves in the game and became the first netminder in Ohio State history to surpass the 800-save mark in a season with 812.
In game 1, the Buckeyes came back to tie the contest three times in the third period, but Minnesota State regained the lead for the fourth time with 2:56 left and held it for the 6-5 win at the OSU Ice Rink Feb. 20. The Buckeye freshmen led the way by scoring all five goals, including forward Laura McIntosh’s first-career hat trick in the third period. Senior co-captain Hayley Klassen set up all three of McIntosh’s lamplighters for a three-point night as well.
Four Buckeyes were named WCHA Scholar-Athletes, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association announced Feb. 19. Senior Bonanno was recognized for the third time and juniors Rachel Davis and Raelyn LaRocque earned their second nods. Sophomore Jenna Kilpatrick was a first-time honoree.
Up Next: First Round WCHA Playoffs, TBA Feb. 27-March 1 (Location: TBA)
No. 16T Men’s Lacrosse (2-1)
Head coach: Nick Myers
Senior captain Joel Dalgarno scored in overtime to lift Ohio State to a 10-9 victory over Bucknell in a back-and-forth game in Woody Hayes Athletic Center Feb. 21. Bucknell had rallied to tie the game with 40 seconds remaining but Dalgarno’s third goal of the game gave the Buckeyes the win.
The victory, Ohio State’s first in five tries vs. Bucknell, moves the Buckeyes to 2-1 this year. Dalgarno, who moves into second place in the Ohio State record books with 180 career points, and sophomore Mario Ventiquattro each had a hat trick and two assists for five points. Senior Jeff Ryan chipped in three goals and a helper. Buckeye sophomore goalie Brandon Freeman had 10 saves in the game, including three in the fourth quarter.
Up Next: vs. Fairfield, noon Feb. 28 at Woody Hayes Athletic Center
at Penn State, 1 p.m. March 7 in State College, Pa.
Women’s Lacrosse (2-1)
Head coach: Sue Stimmel
Ohio State suffered its first loss of the season, coming out on the short end of a 14-11 score at No. 11/12 Notre Dame Feb. 22.
Ohio State received three goals each from Rachel Hawes, Gabby Capuzzi and Jayme Beard. Kelly Haggerty and Rachael Cornicello added single scores. Haggerty also had a pair of assists. Senior Kristen Gilwee took the loss in goal for Ohio State as she recorded 17 saves.
Up Next: vs. St. Bonaventure, 1 p.m. March 1 at North Turf Field
vs. Johns Hopkins, 1 p.m. March 7 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium OR North Turf Field
No. 23 Softball (12-2)
Head coach: Linda Kalafatis
The Buckeyes opened the Cathedral City Classic with a 3-2 win over No. 17/19 Nevada in Cathedral City, Calif., Feb. 20. Ohio State was paced by junior Sam Marder’s 3-for-4 outing and RBI at the plate. Senior Kim Reeder earned her fifth win of the season.
Ohio State had its six-game win streak snapped in its second game of the Cathedral City Classic vs. Hawaii Feb. 21. The Scarlet and Gray owned a 2-0 lead before Hawaii took a 4-2 advantage on a grand slam in the top of the fifth inning and held on for the win. Sophomore Dee Dee Hillman had two hits and a run, while Reeder tied her career high in single-game strikeouts with 12.
Junior Lindsay Bodeker struck out 11, while three Buckeyes belted homeruns to lead Ohio State to an 8-0 run-rule victory over Loyola Marymount in five innings in game three of the Cathedral City Classic Feb. 21. Bodeker, who improved to 5-0 with the win, walked the first batter of the game, but then rattled off a season-high tying seven strikeouts through the top of the third.
The Buckeyes suffered a 1-0 setback vs. No. 7/3 Washington in game four of the Cathedral City Classic Feb. 22. After seven scoreless innings, the Huskies scored the gamewinning run in the bottom of the eighth on an RBI single to centerfield.
The Scarlet and Gray wrapped up action in California with a 5-3 win over UC Santa Barbara Feb. 22. The Buckeyes scattered seven hits, including three by Rachael Shepherd.
Up Next: at NFCA Leadoff Classic, Feb. 27-March 1 in Columbus, Ga.
No. 9 Men’s Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Wadley
Junior Burkley Showe and sophomores Sean Moore and Kristen Asman were selected to compete for Team USA in upcoming events this spring. Moore and Asman were chosen to compete on the 10-meter platform event at the AT&T USA Diving Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., May 7-9. Showe will compete on the three-meter springboard at the Canada Cup in Montreal April 30-May 3.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America released its Division I Academic All-American honor roll recently and Ohio State came in as the No. 7-ranked team in the country. The seventh ranking was not only the best in the Big Ten Conference, but it also was the top ranking of any of the team’s that finished in the Top 20 of the NCAA championships last year.
Up Next: at Big Ten Championships, All Day Feb. 26-28 in West Lafayette, Ind.
at Boiler-Make It, TBA March 8 in West Lafayette, Ind.
Ohio State Last Ditch NCAA Qualifier, noon March 8 in McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion
Women’s Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
The Buckeyes finished eighth in the 2009 Big Ten Championships held at the Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Mich. En route to its finish, Ohio State broke 10 school records: 400-yard medley relay: 3:39.42 (Samantha Cheverton, Megan Alexander, Griet Buelens and Lisa Narum)
100 breaststroke: 1:01.27 (Megan Alexander)
100 backstroke: 54:44 in prelims (Samantha Cheverton)
500-yard freestyle: 4:43.86 (Samantha Cheverton)
200 individual medley: 2:00.57 (Katelyn Brix)
200-yard medley relay: 1:43.48 (Jill Lockhart, Catherine Eitel, Courtney Brayman and Haley Mitchell)
800 freestyle relay: 7:01.65 (Samantha Cheverton, Lisa Narum, Griet Buelens and Anita Beck)
(Cheverton’s leadoff leg of 1:46.72 in the 800 free relay also is an Ohio State 200 freestyle record)
200-yard breaststroke: 2:12.79 in prelims (Megan Alexander)
400 freestyle relay: 3:21.57 (Lisa Narum, Samantha Cheverton, Anita Beck and Griet Buelens)
Up Next: at NCAA Championships, All Day March 19-21 in College Station, Texas
No. 3 Men’s Tennis (11-1)
Head coach: Ty Tucker
Ohio State defeated No. 25 Notre Dame, 7-0, at The Ohio State University Indoor Varsity Tennis Center Feb. 21. No. 63 Balazs Novak claimed the win for the Buckeyes at No. 5 singles, defeating Notre Dame’s David Anderson in two sets 6-3, 6-1.
The Buckeyes wrapped up the weekend with another 7-0 win at home, this time against No. 14 LSU Feb. 22. After dropping the first doubles match, the pair of Bryan Koniecko and Shuhei Uzawa and the tandem of Matt Allare and Novak rallied for 8-3 and 8-5 wins, respectively, to take a 1-0 lead.
In singles action, Allare sealed the Buckeye win at No. 4 singles against Julien Gauthier 6-3, 7-5. Steven Moneke posted an impressive win when he topped No. 5 Michael Venus, the 2008 D’Novo All-American Singles Champion, 6-2, 6-3.
Moneke was named to the 2009 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championships All-Tournament Team at No. 3 singles, the ITA announced Feb. 18. En route to his 3-0 record at the event, Moneke, a native Alten-Buseck, Germany, beat all of his opponents in straight-set victories.
Up Next: at Purdue, 3 p.m. Feb. 26 in West Lafayette, Ind.
vs. Baylor, noon March 1 at the Varsity Indoor Tennis Center
at Penn State, 3 p.m. March 5 in State College, Pa.
No. 36 Women’s Tennis (5-5)
Head coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Ohio State won the first of two weekend matches against No. 57 Washington State, 5-2, in Eugene, Ore., Feb. 21. The Buckeyes claimed the doubles point on a pair of wins from Angela DiPastina and Christina Keesey at No. 1 and Julie Blackmore and Cami Hubbs competing at the No. 2 position.
Ohio State also controlled singles action, as Kirsten Flower beat Ekaterina Kamendova at the top spot, winning 6-1, 6-1, and Paloma Escobedo won 6-2, 6-4, over Elisabeth Fournier in No. 2 singles. Hubbs followed suit from the third spot by taking a 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (6) decision over Aleksandra Cekic, while Keesey defeated Bianca Selaru, 6-1, 6-1, in No. 6 singles.
The Scarlet and Gray stayed out West and made it a 2-0 trip when it beat No. 46 Oregon, 5-2, Feb. 22. Once again, the Buckeyes won the doubles point with wins at Nos. 1 (DiPastina and Keesey) and 2 (Hubbs and Blackmore) doubles.
DiPastina clinched the win for the Buckeyes at No. 4 singles. Ohio State had won two-consecutive matches at Nos. 1(Flower) and 5 singles (Keesey), but dropped a match at No. 3 singles (Hubbs) before DiPastina’s win.
Up Next: vs. Penn State, 5 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Varsity Indoor Tennis Center
vs. Rice, 4 p.m. March 4 at the Varsity Indoor Tennis Center
at South Florida, 11 a.m. March 8 in Tampa, Fla.
Men’s Track and Field
Head coach: Robert Gary
In final preparation for the Big Ten Indoor Championships next weekend in State College, Pa., Ohio State competed in the Zips Invitational Feb. 20 in Akron, Ohio. The Buckeyes were led by another excellent performance from the throwing team of Patrick Whalen, Matt DeChant, Max Mays and Tyler Branch.
Whalen claimed first place in the shot put with an NCAA provisional mark of 18.01m. He also tossed his way into sixth place in the weight throw at 17.49m. DeChant earned two Top 3 placements on the night, as he took second in the weight throw at 18.60m and third in the shot. Mays and Branch were dependable once again for the Buckeyes; Mays took third in the weight throw and Branch fifth in both the weight and shot.
On the track, Ohio State was led by a one-two finish in the 4×400 relay. The team of Curtis Leuenberger, James Manley, Aaron Roberts and Stuart Smith crossed the finish line in 3:14.65 to pull out a close victory over teammates Brandon Woodard, Matt Comer, Stephen Robinson and Thomas Murdaugh.
Ohio State also took the Top 2 slots in the 60m dash. Chimdi Chekwa followed up his strong performance last weekend with a first-place sprint in 6.84, beating out James Manley by .07 seconds. Chekwa’s run was the seventh best in the Big Ten this season, while Manley’s time of 6.91 was a career best.
Up Next: at Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA Feb. 28-March 1 in State College, Pa.
at USATF Indoor Championships, TBA Feb. 28 in Boston, Mass.
at Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational, TBA March 6-7 in South Bend, Ind.
No. 15 Men’s Volleyball (6-6; 3-0 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
Ohio State, 6-6 overall and 3-0 in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (tied for first with Ball State), posted two 3-0 victories over Quincy Feb. 19 (30-22, 30-20, 30-18) and Feb. 20 (30-21, 30-18, 30-24).
John Klanac posted a match-high 17 points in the first match with Quincy, recording 11 kills and career-highs of four ace serves and four assist blocks.
In match two, Robbie Klein had a match-high 19 points with 16 kills and a season-high three ace serves. His four total ace serves for the two Quincy matches moved him to second on the Ohio State career aces list with 110.
Up Next: vs. Loyola-Chicago, 7 p.m. Feb. 27 in St. John Arena
vs. Lewis, 7 p.m. Feb. 28 in St. John Arena
at Juniata, 7 p.m. March 4 in Huntingdon, Pa.
Head coach: Chuck Merzbacher
No. 6 Wrestling (16-2; 7-1 Big Ten)
Head coach: Tom Ryan
In a match that featured three overtime bouts and five lead changes, it was a pair of Buckeye juniors who lifted Ohio State to a 23-18 win over No. 19 Northwestern in Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston, Ill., Feb. 20.
Trailing 18-13 with two matches remaining, the Buckeyes received wins from Mike Pucillo at 197 pounds and Corey Morrison in the heavyweight bout to propel the Scarlet and Gray to its 15th win of the season.
The Buckeyes concluded the regular season with a 24-18 win over No. 16 Wisconsin in Madison Feb. 22. Ohio State received a crucial pin from sophomore Nikko Triggas at 125 pounds. With the Scarlet and Gray trailing, 12-10, Triggas pinned Drew Hammen in 2:22 to give Ohio State a 16-12 advantage. The Buckeyes would go on to win two of their next three matches in the win.
Ohio State recorded seven wins in Big Ten regular-season dual action for the first time since 1991-92.
Up Next: at Big Ten Championships, All Day March 7-8 in State College, Pa.
Ohio State Athletics Schedule
Feb. 24-March 1
MBKB vs. Penn State, 7 p.m. in Value City Arena (Television: ESPN)
MTEN at Purdue, 3 p.m. in West Lafayette, Ind.
WBKB vs. Wisconsin, 7 p.m. in Value City Arena (Live Streaming: BigTenNetwork.com)
MSWM at Big Ten Championships, All Day in West Lafayette, Ind.
Feb. 27-March 1
WHKY at First Round WCHA Playoffs, Time and Location TBA
SB vs. Mississippi State (NFCA Leadoff Classic), 11 a.m. in Columbus, Ga.
SB vs. Hofstra (NFCA Leadoff Classic), 1:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ga.
MVB vs. Loyola-Chicago, 7 p.m. in St. John Arena
BSB vs. North Florida (North Florida Tournament), 7 p.m. in Jacksonville, Fla.
MHKY at Miami, 7:35 p.m. in Oxford, Ohio (Television: ONN/NHL Network)
Feb. 28- March 1
MTRK at Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA in State College, Pa.
WTRK at Big Ten Championships, TBA in Bloomington, Ind.
MTRK at USATF Indoor Championships, TBA in Boston, Mass.
MLAX vs. Fairfield, noon Woody Hayes Athletic Center
MGYM at Penn State, 2 p.m. State College, Pa.
BSB vs. George Mason (North Florida Tournament), 3 p.m. in Jacksonville, Fla.
SYNCH at Keuka Invitational, 3 p.m. at Keuka, N.Y.
MBKB at Purdue, 4 p.m. in West Lafayette, Ind. (Television: ESPN)
SB vs. Florida State (NFCA Leadoff Classic), 4 p.m. in Columbus, Ga.
WTEN vs. Penn State, 5 p.m. in the Varsity Tennis Center
SYNCH at Miami, 5 p.m. in Oxford, Ohio
SB vs. Houston (NFCA Leadoff Classic), 6:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ga.
MVB vs. Lewis, 7 p.m. in St. John Arena
BSB vs. North Florida (North Florida Tournament), 7 p.m. in Jacksonville, Fla.
MHKY vs. Miami, 7:05 p.m. in Value City Arena
RIFLE at Western Intercollegiate Rifle Conference, TBA in West Lafayette, Ind.
Feb. 28-March 1
FEN at Midwest Conference Championships, TBA in Notre Dame, Ind.
SB vs. Georgia (NFCA Leadoff Classic), 10 a.m. in Columbus, Ga.
BSB vs. Connecticut (North Florida Tournament), 11 a.m. in Jacksonville, Fla.
MTEN vs. Baylor, noon in the Varsity Tennis Center
WLAX vs. St. Bonaventure, 1 p.m. at North Turf Field
WGYM at Penn State (vs. Alabama), 2 p.m. in State College, Pa.
WBKB vs. Penn State, 4 p.m. in Value City Arena