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Athletes of the Week
Freshman diver Sean Moore won the NCAA platform diving championship March 29 at the 2008 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Federal Way, Wash., and did so with an NCAA-record score of 478.20 points. Moore now joins his father, Tim, in the distinguished NCAA champion fraternity. Tim Moore was a five-time national champion at Ohio State between 1973-75. Moore is the 58th NCAA men’s diving champion from Ohio State and the 12th national champion for head coach Vince Panzano.

The Scarlet squad of the synchronized swimming team, comprised of Michelle Benzie, Jayme DeLancy, Carmen Moraes, Barbara Nesbitt, Leah Pinette, Deborah Shim, Caitlin Stewart and Michelle Theriault, performed its best routine of the season at the 2008 U.S. Synchronized Swimming Collegiate Nationals in its home pool at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. With a score of 98.500, the group captured Ohio State’s 26th national championship in the team event and helped the Buckeyes to a runner-up overall finish at the national championships.

Athletics Good Stuff

Baseball (12-8; 2-2 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Bob Todd
Ohio State supported the pitching of freshman Andrew Armstrong by scoring nine times against five Pitt pitchers to win its 2008 home opener, 9-1, March 26 at Bill Davis Stadium.
Armstrong, a southpaw from Bridgewater, Va., improved to 2-1 on the season by pitching 5.0 innings and allowing no earned runs. He struck out five and walked just two. He retired 10-consecutive batters at one point and those in relief – freshman Drew Rucinski and sophomore Eric Best – extended that mastery to 15 of 16 Panther batters retired between the third and seventh innings. Freshman Alex Wimmers pitched the ninth inning to close the door.
Offensively, sophomore Big Ten co-Player of the Week Cory Kovanda had two hits and two runs scored to lead the Buckeyes. Freshman Ryan Meade had two hits and three RBI and sophomore Cory Rupert had a pair of hits and he added to his team RBI lead with one. He now has 19 on the year.
Ohio State score 15 runs off 18 hits and beat Big Ten Conference foe Penn State, 15-0, in its league opener March 28 in Bill Davis Stadium.
The 15-run margin was the largest margin of victory since Ohio State defeated Penn State by 27 runs, 29-2, in 2005 at State College.
Ohio State was led offensively by junior J.B. Shuck and freshman Tyler Engle with three hits apiece. Kovanda, freshman Dan Burkhart, Rupert and sophomore Ryan Dew each had two hits. Engle also had a career-high three RBI and Meade, Rupert and Dew had two apiece.
After opening its conference win with a dominant performance over the Nittany Lions, the Buckeyes dropped two games (3-1 and 5-2) against Penn State in Bill Davis Stadium March 29 in doubleheader action.
In game one, freshman starter Dean Wolosiansky suffered the loss, dropping his record to 2-2. He pitched 5.1 innings, striking out four and allowing four runs (three earned), four hits, and two walks. Burkhart and Engle each had two hits for the Buckeyes.
Senior Dan DeLucia (1-1) took the game two loss after giving up just one earned run in 4.0 innings. He scattered fi ve hits, walked just one and had two strikeouts. The Buckeyes’ only run came in the fifth. Senior Tony Kennedy and Kovanda each drew one-out walks. Shuck blooped a single to center to score Kennedy.
The Buckeyes ended their series against the Nittany Lions with a 2-0 win March 30 in Bill Davis Stadium. The victory marked the 200th win for Ohio State in 12-year old Bill Davis Stadium. Overall, the Scarlet and Gray is 200-88 in BDS.
Shuck (4-1) struck out a career-high 13 batters while scattering four hits and not allowing a run in a season-high 8.0 innings pitched.
Burkhart and Rupert scored the two runs for the Buckeyes to help even the series against Penn State.
Up Next: vs. Toledo, 6:35 p.m. April 2 in Bill Davis Stadium
vs. Minnesota, 6:35 p.m. April 4 in Bill Davis Stadium
vs. Minnesota, 1:05 p.m. April 5 in Bill Davis Stadium
vs. Minnesota, 3:05 p.m. April 5 in Bill Davis Stadium
vs. Minnesota, 1:05 p.m. April 6 in Bill Davis Stadium
vs. Central Michigan, 6:35 p.m. April 9 in Bill Davis Stadium
at Michigan State, 5:05 p.m. April 11 in East Lansing, Mich.
at Michigan State, 1:05 p.m. April 12 in East Lansing, Mich.
at Michigan State, 3:05 p.m. April 12 in East Lansing, Mich.
at Michigan State, 1:05 p.m. April 13 in East Lansing, Mich.

Men’s Basketball (22-13)
Head Coach: Thad Matta
En route to their appearance in the 2008 MasterCard NIT Semifinal contest against No. 2-seed Ole Miss Tuesday (April 1), the top-seeded Buckeyes defeated Ohio rival Dayton, 74-63, March 26 in Value City Arena in front of a sellout crowd of 19,049.
Ohio State has won 50-consecutive games against unranked opponents in Columbus (47 in Value City Arena, two in St. John Arena and one in Nationwide Arena). Their last loss to an unranked team was vs. Minnesota, Jan. 19, 2005 (60-56 OT).
Freshman center Kosta Koufos had double-digit points for the 17th time in the last 18 games with 21 points on 9-of-11 shooting against the Flyers. It was his fifth game of the season with 20 or more points.
In the Scarlet and Gray’s second-round game against California March 24 in St. John Arena, senior guard Jamar Butler led the team with 14 points on 5-of-10 shooting, including 4-of-9 from beyond the arc.
Senior forward Othello Hunter grabbed 16 rebounds to set a career high and the most by a Buckeye this season. He had eight rebounds in the first half and a total of seven of his boards were on the offensive end. Hunter added 11 points for his fifth career double-double and fourth of the season.

Women’s Basketball
Head Coach: Jim Foster
Basketball Buckeyes Marscilla Packer and Jamar Butler will participate in the 20th annual State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships Thursday, April 3. Butler will only compete if the Buckeyes do not advance to Thursday’s NIT championship game.
The event will be held at Greehey Arena on the campus of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio in conjunction with the Final Four weekend activities. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and will air at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Men’s Golf
Head Coach: Jim Brown
Ohio State finished eighth (tied) in the Furman Intercollegiate March 30, shooting a 6-over 294 to total 894 for the three-day, 54-hole tournament played at the par 72, 6,825-yard Furman University Golf Course.
Senior co-captain Kyle Coconis paced the Buckeyes for the event and finished tied for 20th at 7-over 223. The Top 20 finish is his sixth of the season. Coconis, a native of Zanesville, Ohio, shot a 74 on the final day and had a strong start to the final round, carding a birdie on the first hole and eagling the par 5 second, his second eagle of the event.
One stroke back was Bo Hoag who tied for 26th at 224. The freshman from Upper Arlington, Ohio, had three birdies on the front nine as he closed the tournament with a 4-over 76.
Other Buckeye participants:
T-31. Patrick Simard 71-81-73-225 (+9)
T-48. Zach Sebert 79-77-71-227 (+11)
T-107. Brad Smith 77-78-82-237 (+21)
Up Next: at Marshall Invitational, TBA April 4-5 in Huntington, W.Va.
hosting Robert Kepler Intercollegiate, TBA April 12-13 at Scarlet Course

Women’s Gymnastics (7-6-1; 2-0-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Carey Fagan
Ohio State scored 194.075 points to finish seventh at the 2008 Big Ten Championships March 29 in Ann Arbor, Mich. Freshman Rebecca Best led the Buckeyes in the all-around competition (39.125), finishing sixth. Best also posted a pair of fourth-place finishes on vault and floor with scores of 9.850.
Senior Maalika Moore-Thomas finished third in the conference on floor with a 9.875.
Best, senior Kaylan Clevinger and Moore-Thomas were named second-team All-Big Ten March 28 at the championships banquet.
Up Next: at NCAA Regional Championships, 6 p.m. April 12 at campus sites
at NCAA Championships, TBA April 28 in Athens, Ga.

No. 17 Men’s Lacrosse (5-3; 1-0 GWLL)
Head Coach: Joe Breschi
Nine Buckeyes scored goals, led by hat tricks from juniors Jeff Ryan and Peet Poillon and sophomores James Green and Mario Ventiquattro, as Ohio State began the 2008 Great Western Lacrosse League schedule with an 18-7 road win at Quinnipiac in Hamden, Conn., March 29.
Junior Joel Dalgarno had a team-best four assists and five points in the win, with Ryan (3g, 1a) and senior Kevin Buchanan (2g, 2a) each recording four points.
Three goalies saw time in the cage for the Buckeyes. Senior Stefan Schroder started and played the first 45 minutes, allowing three goals and making five saves. Sophomore Brandon Freeman played 11:41 and allowed three. Senior Bill Curry saw his first action since Feb. 23, 2007 and made two saves, allowing one goal.
Up Next: vs. Bellarmine, 7 p.m. April 2 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
vs. Air Force, 11:30 a.m. April 6 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
at North Carolina, 1 p.m. April 12 in Baltimore, Md.

No. 22 Women’s Lacrosse (7-3; 0-1 ALC)
Head Coach: Sue Stimmel
The Buckeyes dropped a close 18-17 decision to Bucknell March 28 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Despite the loss, Ohio State received a record-setting effort from sophomore Brittney Zerhusen, who set an Ohio State single-game best with seven goals. All of Zerhusen’s goals came in the first half and she finished the day with eight points.
Four Buckeyes also recorded a multiple-goal day in senior Kristen Slahor (3), sophomore Kelly Haggerty (2), junior Rachel Hawes (2) and sophomore Lauren Sterner (2). Freshman Annie Carruthers, making her second start in goal, recorded seven saves.
Returning to action March 30 against Virginia Tech, Ohio State rebounded with a 12-9 win over the Hokies March 30 in Blacksburg.
Slahor and senior Amanda Shimp each contributed three goals for the Buckeyes, while Slahor, the NCAA assists leader, added three helpers. Senior Jessica Patane, Hawes and Zerhusen had two goals each against Virginia Tech. Carruthers posted 12 saves on 21 shots.
Up Next: at North Carolina, 7 p.m. April 4 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
vs. Maryland, noon April 6 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
vs. Vanderbilt, 4 p.m. April 11 in Nashville, Tenn.
vs. Davidson, 1 p.m. April 13 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

No. 5 Rowing
Head Coach: Andy Teitelbaum
Opening their 2008 campaign in Redwood City, Calif., at the PAC-10 Challenge presented by Windermere March 29, the Buckeyes won four races on the first day of competition. The Second Varsity Eight went 2-0 on opening day, beating UCLA and California by 10 and six seconds, respectively. In its first race of the season, the 2V8 boat raced past the Bruins in 7:08.76 as UCLA came in second in a time of 7:18.96. During the afternoon competition, the Second Varsity Eight did not let up, finishing in a time of 7:25.34 compared to the Golden Bears’ 7:31.93.
The First Varsity Eight and First Varsity Four each added a win to Ohio State’s productive day.
It was a battle between the Buckeyes and Stanford Cardinal on day two of the PAC-10 Challenge March 30. Ohio State won two of three races vs. Stanford.
After the First Varsity Eight lost by three seconds (6:49.57-6:46.79), the Buckeye Second Varsity Eight and First Varsity Four garnered victories. The 2V8 boat outdistanced Stanford by more than 15 seconds, as the Scarlet and Gray crossed the finish line at 6:47.28 and the Cardinal completed their race in 7:02.13. The 1V4 group also beat Stanford by a significant margin, completing its race in 7:49.37 compared to Stanford’s time of 8:17.37.
Up Next: vs. Virginia and Duke (Big Ten/ACC Challenge), TBA April 5 at Griggs Reservoir
vs. USC and Tennessee, TBA April 12 at Griggs Reservoir
vs. Wisconsin and Iowa, TBA April 19 at Griggs Reservoir

Women’s Soccer
Head Coach: Lori Walker
Ashley Bowyer, a two year starting midfielder for the Ohio State women’s soccer team, will compete April 5-13 at the U.S. Under-20 National Team camp. This tryout camp will earn players the opportunity to represent the United States at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Nov. 19 thru Dec. 7 in Chile under the direction of former US Women’s National Team Coach Tony DiCicco.

Men’s Swimming and Diving
Head Coach: Bill Wadley
En route to his NCAA platform diving championship, freshman Sean Moore also broke the NCAA record with a score of 478.20 March 29 at the 2008 Swimming and Diving Championships March 29 in Federal Way, Wash. Moore also earned honorable mention All-America honors on the 1-meter springboard after finishing 10th with 340.35 points.
Joining Moore with All-America honors on the platform was junior Wes Wieser, who finished seventh with a 398.35.
As a team, the Buckeyes finished 16th.
The 800-yard freestyle relay team of senior Matt Voelker, sophomore George Markovic, junior Jacob Busch and sophomore Andrew Olson broke their own school record on the way to a 12th-place finish in 6:28.78 on the second day of competition.
The 400-yard medley relay team of Andrew Bretscher, Dan Novak, Felipe Travesso and Voelker broke the 10-year old school record in the preliminary round with a time of 3:11.04. The quartet went on to finish 15th overall in 3:12.81 to earn honorable mention All-America honors.
Voelker also excelled in the 50 freestyle, earning honorable mention All-America honors after finishing 15th in the final round with a time of 19.74. The Columbus-native swam a career-best time of 19.54 in the preliminary round.

Synchronized Swimming
Head Coach: Linda Lichter-Witter
The Scarlet squad, comprised of Michelle Benzie, Jayme DeLancy, Carmen Moraes, Barbara Nesbitt, Leah Pinette, Deborah Shim, Caitlin Stewart and Michelle Theriault, won the team event at the 2008 U.S. Collegiate National Championships March 29 at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion with a team season-high mark of 98.500. The Gray squad, which featured Buckeyes Kaitlin Bolt, Julia Broadfoot, Liz Derr, Jackie Mundy, Brooke Paul, Hannah Shively, Emilie Siemer and Kendra Sollars, finished third in the event, scoring a 95.333.
Nesbitt earned third place with a solo routine that scored a 94.833. In the duet competition, a 93.833 was good for fourth for the pair of Stewart and Theriault. The Buckeyes entered two trio routines that finished second and fourth, respectively. The group of Nesbitt, Stewart and Theriault was the runner-up with a score of 95.000. Moraes, Pinette and Shim were fourth, earning a mark of 93.167.
Freshman Hilary Deason was a seventh-place finisher in the “B” Figures competition, earning a mark of 69.667.
For their efforts throughout the championships, Nesbitt and Pinette earned All-America honors. Moraes, Shim, Stewart and Theriault were named honorary All-Americans.
Up Next: at U.S. National Championships, TBA April 30-May 4 in Long Island, N.Y.

No. 22 Softball (23-8; 2-2 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Linda Kalafatis
Sophomore Sam Marder was walked three times, then crushed a game-tying home run in the bottom of the seventh inning and the Buckeyes walked off with the win five batters later when senior Liz Caputo singled to left field for a 4-3 win over Iowa in No. 22 Ohio State’s Big Ten opener March 28 at Buckeye Field.
Junior Kim Reeder pitched into the seventh inning against the Hawkeyes, getting all but the final Iowa out of the game. She struck out three in 6.2 innings of work, allowing five hits and three runs.
Iowa sophomore Amanda Zust threw a two-hit shutout and the Hawkeyes’ lone run in the fifth inning was all the scoring as Ohio State fell, 1-0, March 29 at Buckeye Field. After a 4-3 win the night before, Ohio State was looking for its first two-win weekend at home over Iowa since 1995.
The Buckeyes had won 25-consecutive regular-season games at home. Ohio State had not been shut out at home since May 1, 2005, in an 8-0 loss to Purdue.
In the first televised softball game by the Big Ten Network, Ohio State dropped a 4-3 decision to Illinois in game one of a doubleheader at Buckeye Field March 30.
Marder’s sixth-inning infield single against the Fighting Illini extended her career-best hitting streak to 13 games. Freshman Karisa Medrano’s 2-for-3 effort at the plate marked her second multiple-hit game in three Big Ten contests this weekend.
Marder’s sacrifice fly in the sixth inning brought home the 21st and final run in the highest-scoring Big Ten game in Buckeye Field history as Ohio State erased two multiple-run deficits (6-3 and 10-7) to beat Illinois, 11-10, March 30 in game two of a doubleheader.
In nine plate appearances against Illinois, Marder was walked four times, was hit by a pitch, singled twice, hit a sacrifice fly and struck out. She was 2-for-3 officially and is now 6-for-11 in her career against Illinois.
The 11 runs scored by Ohio State are its most in a Big Ten game since a 13-4 win over Michigan State April 23, 2006.
Up Next: vs. Marshall, 5 p.m. April 2 at Buckeye Field
vs. Marshall, 7 p.m. April 2 at Buckeye Field
vs. Michigan State, 6 p.m. April 4 at Buckeye Field
vs. Michigan State, noon April 5 at Buckeye Field
vs. Northwestern, noon April 6 at Buckeye Field
vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m. April 6 at Buckeye Field
at Indiana, 4 p.m. April 11 in Bloomington, Ind.
at Indiana, 1 p.m. April 12 in Bloomington, Ind.
at Purdue, noon April 13 in West Lafayette, Ind.
at Purdue, 2 p.m. April 13 in West Lafayette, Ind.

No. 2 Men’s Tennis (20-1; 3-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Ty Tucker
The Buckeyes made quick work of No. 27 Notre Dame March 28 at the Eck Tennis Pavilion in Notre Dame, Ind., beating the Fighting Irish, 6-1.
After winning the doubles point, Ohio State captured five of the six singles matches for its 19th win of the season. Sophomore and 19th-ranked Justin Kronauge sealed the win for the Scarlet and Gray at No. 3 doubles with his 6-2, 7-6 victory over Andrew Roth.
Ohio State extended its win streak to nine games March 30 after beating conference foe Michigan State, 6-1, in East Lansing.
The Buckeyes faced heated doubles competition from the Spartans with the point coming down to the final pairings at the No. 3 spot. The tandem of freshman Balazs Novak and sophomore Mike O’Connell stepped up their game and outlasted Nick Rinks and Tyler Sauerbrey in a 9-8 tiebreaker win.
Ohio State then took control of the match, winning five of the six singles contests, all in straight sets. Freshman Shuhei Uzawa clinched the win for the Scarlet and Gray at No. 5, beating John Stratton, 6-4, 6-0.
Up Next: at Indiana, 1:30 p.m. April 2 in Bloomington, Ind.
vs. Northwestern, noon April 4 at Stickney Tennis Center
vs. Toledo, 6 p.m. April 4 at Stickney Tennis Center
vs. Wisconsin, noon April 6 at Stickney Tennis Center
at Illinois, noon April 12 in Champaign, Ill.
at Purdue, noon April 12 in West Lafayette, Ind.

No. 31 Women’s Tennis (16-3; 3-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Ohio State closed out its nonconference schedule by shutting out Boston University, 7-0, March 29 in the OSU Varsity Tennis Center.
After sweeping the doubles point, the Buckeyes won five of its six singles matches in straight sets in their sixth shutout of the season.
Freshman Paloma Escobedo clinched the win for Ohio State with her 6-3, 6-1 victory over Vanessa Steiner.
The Buckeyes made it six wins in a row when they returned to Big Ten Conference action and defeated Michigan State, 6-1, in the OSU Varsity Tennis Center March 30.
The Buckeyes continued their home hot-streak in doubles by taking all three matches in paired play for the 13th time in 14 matches. As a team, Ohio State has now won 17-consecutive doubles matches, with the last loss coming against Indiana March 8.
Junior Julie Blackmore and freshman Cami Hubbs extended their unbeaten streak from the No. 2 doubles spot to 14 matches with an 8-4 win over Ana Milosavljevic and Manon Noe.
Hubbs won her team-best 30th match of the season when she beat Whitney Wilson 6-0, 7-6 (7-5). She is now just one win away from the program record for singles wins in a season.
Up Next: at Northwestern, 11 a.m. April 5 in Evanston, Ill.
at Wisconsin, 11 a.m. April 6 in Madison, Wis.
vs. Purdue, 11 a.m. April 12 at Stickney Tennis Center
vs. Illinois, 11 a.m. April 13 at Stickney Tennis Center

Men’s Track and Field
Head Coach: Robert Gary
The Buckeyes commenced the 2008 outdoor season with a third-place finish at the Southern Cup Invitational in Oxford, Ohio, March 29.
Junior Elon Simms bested the field in the 400-meter hurdles by almost three seconds as he came in with a time of 52.89. In the 200-meter dash, freshman Curtis Leuenbrerger won in his first outdoor race as Buckeye with a time of 22.41. Also on the track, junior Matt Comer took second and sophomore Stephen Robinson finished third in the 400-meter dash with times of 48.27 and 49.27, respectively. Sophomore Jonathan Francois grabbed second in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.12.
In the field, sophomore Justin Yates won the triple jump with a leap of 43 feet, 8 inches. Junior Patrick Whalen took second in the discus throw with a toss of 159 feet, 11 inches. Ohio State also posted two athletes in the Top 3 of the javelin throw. Junior Patrick Filipi was second with a toss of 187 feet, 8 inches and freshman Bryan Bunnell finished third with a toss of 172 feet, 11 inches.
Up Next: hosting Michigan Dual, 11 a.m. April 5 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
at Sea Ray Relays, TBA April 10-12 in Knoxville, Tenn.
at ASU Invitational, TBA April 12 in Tempe, Ariz.

No. 10 Men’s Volleyball (13-7; 8-1 MIVA)
Head Coach: Pete Hanson
Facing top-ranked Penn State in State College, Pa., March 28, the Buckeyes dropped a 3-1 decision to the Nittany Lions.
Senior Brett Versen, named MIVA Player of the Week Monday, recorded a Buckeye-best 20 points with 15 kills, three ace serves, a solo block and two assist blocks. Junior Robbie Klein added 14.5 points with 10 kills, three ace serves and three assist blocks.
Continuing its weekend road trip, Ohio State dropped St. Francis, 3-1, in Loretto, Pa., March 29.
Klein scored a match-high 26 points in the victory with Versen adding 23. Each recorded 21 kills in the contest with Klein adding two ace serves, a solo block and four assist blocks. Versen added four assist blocks for his 23 points.
Up Next: vs. George Mason, 7 p.m. April 4 in St. John Arena
vs. Rutgers-Newark, 7 p.m. April 5 in St. John Arena
at IPFW, 7 p.m. April 8 in Ft. Wayne, Ind.
vs. Ball State, 7 p.m. April 10 in St. John Arena
vs. Mercyhurst, 7 p.m. April 12 in St. John Arena

Winter Academic All-Big Ten
The Big Ten Conference announced the 2008 Winter Academic All-Big Ten team and a Big Ten-best 57 Buckeye student-athletes were honored for their academic efforts. Ohio State was one of just five Big Ten schools to have a member from each winter sport honored. To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, a student-athlete must be a letterwinner in at least their second academic year and carry a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better. In all, 469 conference student-athletes were honored.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
April 1-8

April 2
Men’s tennis at Indiana, 1:30 p.m.
Bloomington, Ind.

Softball vs. Marshall, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Baseball vs. Toledo, 6:35 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill Davis Stadium

Softball vs. Marshall, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Men’s lacrosse vs. Bellarmine, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

April 3
Women’s track and field at Texas Relays, TBA
Austin, Texas

April 4
Men’s golf at Marshall Invitational, TBA
Huntington, W.Va.

Women’s track and field at Texas Relays, TBA
Austin, Texas

Men’s tennis vs. Northwestern, noon
Columbus, Ohio
Stickney Tennis Center

Softball vs. Michigan State, 6 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Men’s tennis vs. Toledo, 6 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Stickney Tennis Center

Baseball vs. Minnesota, 6:35 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill Davis Stadium

Men’s gymnastics at 2008 Big Ten Championships, 7 p.m.
University Park, Pa.

Women’s lacrosse at North Carolina, 7 p.m.
Chapel Hill, N.C.

Men’s volleyball vs. George Mason, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena

April 5
Women’s track and field at Texas Relays, TBA
Austin, Texas

Men’s golf at Marshall Invitational, TBA
Huntington, W.Va.

Rowing vs. Virginia and Duke (ACC/Big Ten Challenge), TBA
Columbus, Ohio
Griggs Reservoir

Men’s track and field hosting Michigan Dual, 11 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

Women’s tennis at Northwestern, 11 a.m.
Evanston, Ill.

Softball vs. Michigan State, noon
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Baseball vs. Minnesota, 1:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill Davis Stadium

Baseball vs. Minnesota, 3:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill Davis Stadium

Men’s gymnastics at 2008 Big Ten Championships, 7 p.m.
University Park, Pa.

Men’s volleyball vs. Rutgers-Newark, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena

April 6
Women’s tennis at Wisconsin, 11 a.m.
Madison, Wis.

Men’s tennis vs. Wisconsin, noon
Columbus, Ohio
Stickney Tennis Center

Softball vs. Northwestern, noon
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Women’s lacrosse at Maryland, noon
Chapel Hill, N.C.

Men’s lacrosse vs. Air Force, 11:30 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

Baseball vs. Minnesota, 1:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill Davis Stadium

Softball vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Buckeye Field

Women’s soccer vs. Cincinnati (Exhibition), 3 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

April 7
Women’s golf at Indiana Invitational, TBA
Carmel, Ind.

April 8
Women’s golf at Indiana Invitational, TBA
Carmel, Ind.

Men’s volleyball vs. IPFW, 7 p.m.
Ft. Wayne, Ind.