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Alex Wimmers, a sophomore pitcher for the baseball team, no-hit conference-foe Michigan May 2, striking out 14 Wolverines in the process, as Ohio State took the first game of a doubleheader, 6-0. Wimmers, who is on the National Pitcher of the Year watch list, pitched the first nine-inning no-hitter in Ohio State history and the ninth all-time at Ohio State.

He walked four batters, but three were erased by his grade school and high school buddy Dan Burkhart, the catcher, who threw out all three Wolverines trying to steal. Wimmers’ 14 strikeouts represented his sixth 10-or-more strikeout game this season. The total also gives the Big Ten leader 103 on the season, making him just the ninth Buckeye to top 100 strikeouts for a season.

Alicia Herron tied and broke the all-time Ohio State softball record for freshman homeruns with two against No. 12-ranked Northwestern May 3 as the Buckeyes’ defeated the Wildcats 10-1 in five innings and handed them their first series sweep at Drysdale Field since the 2003 season, as well as their first Big Ten run-rule loss since the same date in 2002.

Herron launched a two and three-run blast in back-to-back at-bats, accounting for five of the team’s runs and giving her 11 round-trippers on the year. This breaks the previous record of 10 achieved by then-freshmen Sam Marder in 2007 and Kristine Himes in 2000. The five-RBI effort came just a day after the Cypress, Calif., native hit a two-run shot in the in the top of the seventh to score what would stand as the winning runs in the Buckeyes’ first half of the sweep over Northwestern.

The rowing team’s First Varsity Four boat had a strong performance throughout the Grand Final to hold the lead from start to finish and win gold May 2 at the 2009 Big Ten Rowing Championships on the Scioto River in Columbus, Ohio. The field was tight at first, with just a seat separating OSU, Minnesota and Wisconsin. By the 1000m mark, Ohio State and UW had open water over the other two and with 500m left in the race the Buckeyes had a four-seat lead they held across the finish line at 7:00.140. Wisconsin took second at 7:02.856, with Minnesota third (7:04.328) and Michigan fourth (7:06.340).

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No. 26 Baseball (34-11; 13-5 Big Ten)
Head coach: Bob Todd
Alex Wimmers no-hit Michigan May 2, striking out 14 Wolverines in the process, as Ohio State took the first game of the doubleheader, 6-0. In Game 2, Ryan Dew had five hits and Dan Burkhart three RBI to lead the Buckeyes to a sweep over the Wolverines, 9-6, in front of 3,219 fans.
Wimmers, who is on the National Pitcher of the Year watch list, pitched the first nine-inning no-hitter in Ohio State history, and the ninth all-time at Ohio State. He walked four batters, but three were erased by his grade school and high school buddy Burkhart, the catcher, who threw out all three Wolverines trying to steal.
Wimmers’ 14 strikeouts represented his sixth 10-or-more strikeout game this season. The total also gives the Big Ten leader 103 on the season, making him just the ninth Buckeye to top 100 strikeouts for a season.
Dew’s terrific line for the two games: 9 AB, 3 R, 7 H, 2 HR, 5 RBI. Good for a .778 average. Plus he had two stolen bases.
Ohio State dropped a 9-2 decision to Michigan May 3 at Bill Davis Stadium and in the process fell out of first place in the chase for the Big Ten Conference championship.
Up Next: at Louisville, 6:05 p.m. May 5 in Louisville, Ky.
at Louisville, noon May 6 in Louisville, Ky.
at Illinois, 7:05 p.m. May 8 in Champaign, Ill.
at Illinois, 4:05 p.m. May 9 in Champaign, Ill.
at Illinois, 2:05 p.m. May 10 in Champaign, Ill.
vs. Eastern Michigan, 12:05 p.m. May 12 at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
vs. Iowa, 6:35 p.m. May 14 at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
vs. Iowa, 6:35 p.m. May 15 at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
vs. Iowa, 1:05 p.m. May 16 at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
hosting Big Ten Tournament, TBA May 20-24 at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio

Basketball
Head coach: Thad Matta
Jeff Boals, the associate head men’s basketball coach at the University of Akron last season, has joined the Ohio State men’s basketball staff as an assistant, Thad Matta, head coach of the Buckeyes, announced April 28. Boals replaces Archie Miller, who left Ohio State for an assistant position at the University of Arizona.

Fencing
Head coach: Vladimir Nazlymov
Ohio State was represented by 12 members of its squad at the North American Cup in Portland, Ore., April 24-26. Buckeye seniors Jason Pryor and Andras Horanyi, along with freshman Margarita Tschomakov, took top finishes at the national competition.
Horanyi had the highest finish of any current Buckeye, taking second in men’s foil. Sophomore Ben Parkins also had a strong performance, finishing 21st in foil. Pryor led the epee team with a ninth place showing, while Igor Tolkachev tied for 39th and Eric Gurnowski finished 71st.
Tschomakov led up the women’s side in sabre, taking a career-best third. Falencia Miller and Emily Cheng were also solid, taking 14th and 20th, respectively. Oksana Dmytruk, a 2009 first-team All-American, was 13th in women’s foil, followed by Allison Henvick, who finished 29th.
Junior Dexter Wilde and freshman Max Stearns competed in men’s sabre, with Wilde finishing 54th and Stearns placing 66th.
Several notable Ohio State alumni had excellent showings at the event, as Jason Rogers (2003-06) took the top spot in men’s sabre and 2008 graduates Siobhan Byrne and Eileen Grench finished eighth and 13th, respectively, in women’s sabre.

Football
Head coach: Jim Tressel
Two-time All-American Chris Spielman was one of 16 players to be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame April 30.

Men’s Golf
Head coach: Jim Brown
Ohio State tied for fourth on the 2009 Big Ten Championships held May 1-3 on Penn State’s Blue Course in State College, Pa. The Buckeyes finished 34-over par in the 72-hole tournament to tie with event host Penn State.
The tournament marked the 36th and final Big Ten championships for OSU head coach Jim Brown, who has won a record 17 league titles.
Sophomore Bo Hoag led the Buckeyes with an eighth-place finish. It was his fifth Top 10 finish in the last six events and his seventh overall this season. The Upper Arlington, Ohio, native had rounds of 72-72-71-74 for a total of 5-over 289.
Also for the Buckeyes, junior Brad Wright tied for 15th at 10-over 294. Senior Vaughn Snyder and sophomore Michael Cress tied for 27th while junior Patrick Simard tied for 39th.
Ohio State next awaits the announcement of the NCAA field Monday evening.
Up Next: at NCAA Regional, TBA May 14-16 at TBA

No. 25 Women’s Golf
Head coach: Therese Hession
Ohio State will host the NCAA Central Regional on its Scarlet Course May 7-9 in Columbus, Ohio
Up Next: hosting NCAA Central Regional at Scarlet Course, TBA May 7-9 in Columbus, Ohio
at NCAA Championship, TBA May 19-22 in Baltimore, Md.

Men’s Gymnastics
Head coach: Miles Avery
Jake Bateman, who completed his career with Ohio State in 2009 as a two-time All-American and two-year team captain, was awarded an educational grant through the NCAA postgraduate scholarship program the NCAA announced April 27. Bateman is one of 58 winter-sport student-athletes to receive the one-time, nonrenewable grant. The biology major is on track to graduate from Ohio State this spring and has been accepted into dental school at the University of Memphis.

Men’s Lacrosse (8-8; 3-2 GWLL)
Head coach: Nick Myers
With points from seven players, 13 saves from junior goalie Brandon Freeman and a solid defensive effort, Ohio State defeated Air Force, 10-5, May 1 at Maple Field at Seaholm High School in Birmingham, Mich., to advance to the Great Western Lacrosse League tournament championship game. Air Force took a one-goal lead three times in the first quarter, but the Buckeyes tied the game each time. Sophomore Mike Pires scored the only goal of the second quarter to put Ohio State in the lead for the first time and junior Mario Ventiquattro extended the lead to two early in the third quarter as the Buckeye defense held the Falcons scoreless for 23:12. The teams traded goals again with Air Force drawing within one (6-5) with 1:18 left in the third quarter. The Buckeyes then held the Falcons off the board and closed out the game with four unanswered goals for the semifinal win. Senior Joel Dalgarno set the program goal-scoring record with his third-quarter tally, marking the 124th goal of his Buckeye career. He added three assists for a team-best four points in the game.
The Buckeyes lost to No. 2-ranked and undefeated Notre Dame, 16-7, in the GWLL Tournament championship game May 3. The Buckeyes trailed by two, 4-2, at the end of the first quarter before the Irish broke the game open in the second as they outscored the Buckeyes, 5-0, to lead 9-2 at halftime. The Buckeyes were outscored, 4-3, in the third quarter and 3-2 in the final quarter for the 16-7 final. Freeman had 16 saves for the Buckeyes, along with a career-high eight groundballs, while Dalgarno had a team-best four points with two goals and two assists. Ventiquattro added two goals, with Jeff Ryan and Pires each recording a goal and an assist. Scott Matthews had four caused turnovers and four groundballs in the game.
Led by first-team selections and senior co-captains attackman Dalgarno and defenseman Matthews, seven men’s lacrosse players earned All-Great Western Lacrosse League accolades, the league announced April 30. Senior attackman Ryan, junior midfielder James Green, junior defenseman Scott Foreman, sophomore defenseman Matt Kawamoto and junior goalie Freeman each received second-team accolades. The all-conference teams were voted on by the league’s six head coaches. Ohio State was second with seven total selections, behind regular-season champion Notre Dame’s eight honorees.

No. 13/14 Women’s Lacrosse (11-6; 2-2 ALC)
Head coach: Sue Stimmel
Freshman Alayna Markwordt was named the American Lacrosse Conference Rookie of the Year April 28. Markwordt is the fifth Buckeye to earn Rookie of the Year honors. She ranks fifth in the league in scoring (4.38 ppg) while averaging 2.69 goals per game (6th, ALC) and 1.69 assists per game (3rd, ALC). A three-time ALC Rookie of the Week selection, Markwordt also was named the ALC Offensive Player of the Week once. Sophomore Maghan Beaudrault was the 2008 ALC Rookie of the Year.
Junior Kelly Haggerty and senior Kendall Gysin were first-team All-ALC selections, while Markwordt was named to the second team.
Ohio State lost to host Penn State, 11-7, in the semifinals of the American Lacrosse Conference tournament May 1. Penn State jumped out to a 7-0 lead and was ahead 8-2 at the half. Markwordt and Haggerty each scored two goals for the Buckeyes. Gabby Capuzzi, Beaudrault and Kirsten Donahue scored single goals for OSU.

Rowing
Head coach: Andy Teitelbaum
Ohio State played host to the 2009 Big Ten Championships May 2 at Griggs Reservoir and took third on its home course. The Buckeyes finished with 123 points, just three points shy of second-place Michigan. Michigan State won its second-consecutive championship with a total of 137 points.
Ohio State continued its streak of never finishing lower than third in the 10-year history of the Big Ten championships. After competing in the morning heats, the Buckeyes advanced to five of six Grand Finals, including all four varsity boats.
Following the event, Ohio State had three members of its First Varsity Eight named to all-conference teams. Senior co-captain Susanne Herbrand was a first-team selection. Fellow senior co-captain Peta-Leigh Dakyns and junior Charlott Goldstein were named to the second team.
The First Varsity Four boat had a strong performance throughout the Grand Final to hold the lead from start to finish. By the 1000m mark, Ohio State and UW had open water over the other two and with 500m left in the race the Buckeyes had a four-seat lead they held across the finish line at 7:00.140.

Men’s Soccer
Head coach: John Bluem
Ohio State hosts the defending MLS Cup Champion Columbus Crew in the Connor Senn Memorial Match delivered to you by R & L Carriers at 7 p.m. May 5 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Now in its eighth year, all proceeds from the match and silent auction benefit the Connor Senn Memorial Scholarship Fund at Ohio State, which has raised more than $142,000 to date, including a record-high $30,000 last season.
In addition to the exhibition match, the event features a silent auction that consists of a wide array of Ohio State, Columbus Crew and Major League Soccer memorabilia, including many autographed items, as well donations from a variety of Columbus businesses and organizations.

No. 14 Softball (42-7; 14-2 Big Ten)
Head coach: Linda Kalafatis
The Buckeyes started the week be earning their highest-ever ranking April 28 with a No. 11 nod by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, besting the previous mark of No. 13 set at the end of the 2002 season and moving up three spots since last week when the Buckeyes came in at No. 14.
Ohio State defended its first games as the No. 11 team in the nation by shutting out Western Michigan, 2-0 and 1-0, April 29 in the final nonconference doubleheader of the season. Alicia Herron was responsible for plating both game-winning wins, sending home the first on a long a long sac fly in the first inning and the second on a RBI single to right field that scored Tory Haddad. Haddad went 3-for-3 in the second game in addition to scoring the lone run.
Courtney Pruner drove home three runs on two RBI doubles as the No. 11-ranked and Big Ten-leading Ohio State softball team defeated 12th-ranked Northwestern, 7-6, May 2 at Sharon J. Drysdale Field. The loss snapped a 29-game regular-season home winning streak for Northwestern, dating back to April 15, 2007. Pruner also made the game-winning catch with a diving snag of Nicole Pauly’s fly to right field. The Wildcats scored two and had placed the potential game-tying run on second with no outs, but Ohio State forced three-consecutive outs to retire the side, ending with Pruner’s catch, in the bottom of the seventh.
Kim Reeder struck out six in the first 4.2 innings of work before giving way to Lindsay Bodeker in the fifth inning. After Bodeker gave up two runs off one hit, Reeder re-entered for the seventh and ended her day with a cumulative 5.2 innings of work and seven strikeouts, earning her 73rd career win to move to within three victories of tying the all-time Ohio State record of 76.
Herron tied and broke the freshman record for homeruns as Ohio State blasted Northwestern, 10-1, in five innings May 3. The win is the seventh in a row for the Buckeyes and 16th in the last 17 games, giving them a 42-7 record on the season and 14-2 in the conference. In the circle, Bodeker allowed three hits on zero walks and struck out three through five innings of work. Northwestern sent just 17 batters to the plate with only three reaching base.
Up Next: at Michigan, 4 p.m. May 6 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
at Michigan, 6:30 p.m. May 6 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
vs. Penn State, 2 p.m. May 9 at New Buckeye Field in Columbus, Ohio
vs. Penn State, 4:30 p.m. May 9 at New Buckeye Field in Columbus, Ohio
at NCAA Regional, TBA May 15 at TBA

Synchronized Swimming
Head coach: Linda Litcher-Witter
Ohio State took first place at the 2009 U.S. Synchronized Swimming National Championships May 2 in Palo Alto, Calif. The Buckeyes earned 43 points, outdistancing last year’s champions, the Santa Clara Aquamaids by six points (37). Walnut Creek Aquanuts placed third with 19 points to round out the Top 3. The host team, Stanford, finished fourth with 17 points.
The Scarlet squad, consisting of Jayme DeLancy, Becky Kim, Meghan Kinney, Carmen Moraes, Jillian Penner, Deborah Shim, Caitlin Stewart and Michelle Theriault, placed second in the team routine with a mark of 93.833. The Gray team of Katherine Green, Jackie Mundy, Lauren Robinson, Hannah Shively, Emilie Siemer and Kendra Sollars finished fourth in team with a 90.750.
Barbara Nesbitt competed in the solo routine where she scored a 93.750, ending her 2009 solo season with a first-place finish.
The Buckeyes had three squads representing Ohio State in the duet competition. Olympians Kim and Kinney placed first with a score of 93.750. Nesbitt and Stewart earned a mark of 90.833 to garner a sixth-place finish in the event while teammates Shim and Theriault placed eighth with a score of 89.000.

No. 3 Men’s Tennis (31-1; 10-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Ty Tucker
After winnings its fourth-consecutive Big Ten tournament title, Ohio State was selected as the No. 3 seed in the 2009 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championship April 28. The squad will face Xavier at 1 p.m. May 8 in first round action at Stickney Tennis Center on The Ohio State University campus. As host of the NCAA regional, Ohio State also welcomes Michigan and Notre Dame to Columbus. The Wolverines and Irish will meet at 10 a.m. May 8. The winner of the Ohio State-Xavier matchup will advance to meet the winner of Michigan-Notre Dame contest at noon May 9 for a chance to move on to the Round of 16 hosted by at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
Up Next: hosting NCAA Regional – Michigan vs. Notre Dame, 10 a.m. May 8 at Stickney Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio
vs. Xavier in NCAA Regional, 1 p.m. May 8 at Stickney Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio
hosting TBA vs. TBA at NCAA Regional Second Round, noon May 9 at Stickney Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio
at NCAA Championships, TBA May 14-25 at George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station, Texas

No. 37 Women’s Tennis (15-10; 7-3 Big Ten)
Head coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Ohio State is bound for the 2009 NCAA Tournament, taking on No. 26 Kentucky May 8 at 11 a.m. on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. The winner of the match will move on to the Round of 32 and take on the winner of No. 1 Northwestern vs. No. 72 Miami (Ohio) May 10. Northwestern is one of 16 host schools for the first and second rounds, with the winner from each campus site advancing to the Round of 16 at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station, Texas.
Up Next: vs. Kentucky at NCAA Regional, 11 a.m. May 8 in Evanston, Ill.
at NCAA Finals, TBA May 15-25 in College Station, Texas

Men’s Track and Field
Head coach: Robert Gary
Jeff See dominated the mile run in his first home meet of the year May 2 at the 24th annual Jesse Owens Track Classic. He bested the regional qualifying time with a run of 4:04.95.
The Buckeyes continued their supremacy over the Big Ten in the 4x400m with their regional qualifying time of 3:08.92, the third-fastest in the Big Ten on the year.
Ohio State was a winner in the 4x100m relay, crossing the finish line in the Big Ten’s second-best time on the year at 40.51, a regional qualifying mark.
Thomas Murdaugh captured the title in the 400m dash, setting a regional qualifying time of 46.58, the Big Ten’s second-best this season.
Patrick Whalen set a season best in the shot put finals, taking fourth with a regional qualifying toss of 17.66m. Bryan Bunnell set the fourth-best mark in the Big Ten with his throw in the javelin. His toss of 60.20m was good enough for third-place. Senior Bryan Chard set a personal record in the pole vault, a regional qualifying jump of 5.05m.
Former Buckeye Joel Brown, competing for Nike, ran a blistering time of 13.56, easily claiming first-place in the 110m hurdles. Brown just missed out on the stadium record time of 13.54.
Ohio State freshman Thomas Davis set a personal record with his 11th-place qualifying throw of 56.92m.
Up Next: at Cedarville Invitational, TBA May 8 in Cedarville, Ohio
at Oregon Twilight, TBA May 9 in Eugene, Ore.
hosting Big Ten Outdoor Championships, noon May 15-17 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

Women’s Track and Field
Head coach: Karen Dennis
The 4x400m relay team cruised through a deep and competitive field May 2 at the 24th annual Jesse Owens Track Classic. Ayrizanna Favours crossed the finish line well ahead of the field to complete the Buckeyes’ run of 3:35.98, the fastest time in the Big Ten this season and the second-best in school history.
The Buckeyes won the 4x100m relay with a run of 45.87, the second-best time in the Big Ten this season.
Ohio State set two regional qualifying times in the 100m hurdles. Letecia Wright finished second with a time 13.43 the third-best in the conference, while Alana Gray set a personal record in 13.85.
Favours set a regional qualifying time in the 400m dash, finishing in fifth with a time of 54.98, her best run this outdoor season. Jordan Jennewine recorded a personal best in the 800m run with her ninth-place finish in 2:10.83.
On May 1, Jennewine set a personal record in the finals of the 1500m run with a regional qualifying time of 4:25.58.
Sarah Foster finished fourth in the 5000m with a personal record and regional qualifying time of 16:40.81. Ellen Birmingham was 10th for the Buckeyes in 17:13.34, a personal record.
Freshman Maggie Mullen was the runner-up in women’s javelin competition with a throw of 42.84m.
Up Next: hosting Big Ten Outdoor Championships, noon May 15-17 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

No. 11 Men’s Volleyball (16-10; 9-1 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
Ohio State won the MIVA Tournament with 3-0 victories over Loyola-Chicago and Ball State. John Klanac and Ted Schoenfeldt were named to the MIVA All-Tournament team and Kevin Heine was named the tournament most valuable player.
Against Loyola-Chicago, Klanac had a match-high 14 kills and Schoenfeldt added 11. Heine had six kills and a match-high six total blocks (1-5). OSU hit a season-high .547 in the match.
Against Ball State, Schoenfeldt had a co-match high 11 kills with Robbie Klein adding 10. Heine had seven kills and a match-high seven total blocks (2-5). Ohio State held Ball State to .054 hitting.
With the MIVA Tournament championship, Ohio State receives the NCAA automatic bid to the national championship semifinals May 7 and will play UC Irvine, an at large selection, at Brigham Young. Penn State and Southern California also have received automatic bids.
Up Next: vs. UC Irvine at NCAA Championship, 11p.m. May 7 Provo, Utah

Wrestling
Head coach: Tom Ryan
Reece Humphrey and Nikko Triggas put on a show at the University National Championships April 24-26 at the University of Akron, collecting a combined three titles at the event. After finishing in the Top 2, Humphrey and Triggas are now qualified for the U.S. World Team Trials slated for May 30-31 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. A year ago, Humphrey was a World University silver medalist in freestyle.
Humphrey, who ended his junior season with a second-place finish at the NCAA championships in 133 the pound division in March, walked away with two first-place finishes. On April 24, the Indianapolis, Ind., native captured the 63 kg/138.75 lbs. Greco-Roman title and again made his way to the top of the podium at the freestyle championships on April 26.
Also on April 24, Triggas recorded a 0-4, 4-0, 2-0 decision over David Armstrong of Underdog WC to nab the 60 kg/132 lbs. University Greco-Roman championship.
Lou Rosselli, third-year assistant coach for Ohio State, spent last week working with the U.S. National team as the squad competed at the 2009 Pan American Championships in Maracaibo, Venezuela April 23. The U.S. tallied 58 points behind a gold-winning performance by Aaron Sieracki of the U.S. Army at 84 kg/185 lbs., but was unable to top Cuba’s 66 points.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
May 5-17

May 5
BSB at Louisville, 6:05 p.m. in Louisville, Ky.

May 6
BSB at Louisville, noon in Louisville, Ky.
SB at Michigan, 4 p.m. in Ann Arbor, Mich.
SB at Michigan, 6:30 p.m. in Ann Arbor, Mich.

May 7-9
WGLF hosting NCAA Central Regional at Scarlet Course, All Day in Columbus, Ohio

May 7
MVB at NCAA Championship, TBA in Provo, Utah

May 8
MTRK at Cedarville Invitational, TBA in Cedarville, Ohio
MTEN hosting Michigan vs. Notre Dame NCAA Regional, 10 a.m. at Stickney Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio
MTEN vs. Xavier in NCAA Regional, 1 p.m. at Stickney Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio
WTEN vs. Kentucky at NCAA Regional, 11 a.m. in Evanston, Ill.
BSB at Illinois, 7:05 p.m. in Champaign, Ill.

May 9
MTEN hosting NCAA Regional Second Round, noon at Stickney Tennis Center, in Columbus, Ohio
MTRK at Oregon Twilight, TBA in Eugene, Ore.
MVB at NCAA Championship, TBA Provo, Utah
SB vs. Penn State, 2 p.m. at New Buckeye Field in Columbus, Ohio
BSB at Illinois, 4:05 p.m. in Champaign, Ill.
SB vs. Penn State, 4:30 p.m. at New Buckeye Field in Columbus, Ohio

May 10
BSB at Illinois, 2:05 p.m. in Champaign, Ill.

May 12
BSB vs. Eastern Michigan, 12:05 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

May 14-25
MTEN at NCAA Championship, TBA in College Station, Texas

May 14-16
MGLF at NCAA Regional, TBA at TBA

May 14
BSB vs. Iowa, 6:35 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

May 15-17
MTRK hosting Big Ten Outdoor Championships, noon at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
WTRK hosting Big Ten Outdoor Championships, noon at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

May 15-25
WTEN at NCAA Finals, TBA in College Station, Texas

May 15
SB at NCAA Regional, TBA at TBA
BSB vs. Iowa, 6:35 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio

May 16-17
ROW at Central/South Region Sprints, TBA at Oak Ridge, Tenn.