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Feb. 12, 2013

Athlete of the Week
Women’s softball junior Evelyn Carrillo helped the Buckeyes become Red and Black Showcase Champions with a 4-1 record last weekend in Athens, Ga. She batted .444 with eight hits, seven RBI, a home run and a stolen base in five games. Carrillo went 3-for-5 at the plate with an RBI in the 5-4 extra inning, upset victory over No. 8 Georgia Feb. 9. The win marked the first for the Buckeyes against the Bulldogs in program history.

No. 10 Men’s Basketball (17-6, 7-4 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Thad Matta

Ohio State fell to No. 3 Michigan, 76-74, in overtime at theCrisler Center Tuesday night. The game on Tuesday was the firstregular season Top 10 match-up in series history. Ohio State haswon 14 of the last 16 games as a ranked team in the series. Fourplayers reached double figures for the Buckeyes: Deshaun Thomas (17 points), LaQuinton Ross (16 points), Aaron Craft (11 points) and Lenzelle Smith Jr. (10 points). Thomas tied a career-high withfour assists, while Evan Ravenel tied a career-high with two steals and Amir Williams scored a career-high nine points. Craft recordeda season-high seven rebounds, all of which were defensive rebounds.He also surpassed the 800-point mark for his Buckeye career (806).Ohio State fell to No. 1 Indiana, 81-68, Sunday afternoon in ValueCity Arena. Three players reached double figures for the Buckeyes:Thomas (26 points), Craft (16) and Ross (11). Thomas led allscorers with 26 points. It was his seventh 20-point effort in BigTen play this season. Thomas connected on 8 of 9 free throws,career highs in both makes and attempts and has now scored indouble figures in all 23 games this season. Ross posted 11 pointsagainst the Hoosiers. He has scored in double figures inback-to-back games and in eight total contests this season. OhioState returns to action against Northwestern Feb. 14 in a 7 p.m.tip at Value City Arena before taking on Wisconsin in Madison at 1p.m. Feb. 17.

Women’s Basketball (14-10, 4-7 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Jim Foster

Ohio State defeated Wisconsin, 65-59, in double overtimeThursday night at Value City Arena. The game marked the thirdovertime game of the season for the Buckeyes who have played atotal of six overtime periods this season, a single, double andtriple-overtime game. Ashley Adams paced the Buckeyes with 16 points, nine reboundsand four blocks. Adams was followed by Tayler Hill and Amber Stokes who each scored 15. Hill also collected fiverebounds while Ameryst Alston grabbed four. Ohio State defeated Northwestern,59-52, at Welsh-Ryan Arena Sunday afternoon in Evanston, Ill. Hillscored a game-high 26 points and had six steals in the win, whileDarryce Moore grabbed 12 rebounds, blocked three shots and hadthree assists off the bench. The Buckeyes next take on Nebraska inLincoln at 9 p.m. Feb. 14.

Men’s Golf
Head Coach: Donnie Darr

Ohio State finished fourth at the Big Ten Match PlayChampionships Saturday on the par 72, 7,474-yard The ConcessionsGolf Club in Bradenton, Fla. Making their third-straight semifinalappearance, the Buckeyes faced champion Illinois in the morninground and fell 5-0. The squad then followed with a 3-1-1 loss toIowa to place fourth. Freshman Michael Bernard captured the team’s lone win on the day,defeating Hawkeye Nathan Yankovich 2&1. The Huber Heights,Ohio, product finished the weekend with a 3-1 overall record tolead the squad. Senior Matt Turner finished the weekend 1-1-1, while freshmen Tee-k Kelly and Max Rosenthal had records of 1-2-1 and 1-1, respectively.Sophomores Boo Timko and Grant Weaver also competed for the Buckeyes. The Buckeyescontinue their spring season at the Puerto Rico Classic in RioGrande, Puerto Rico, Feb. 17-19.

No. 5 Men’s Gymnastics (5-3-1, 4-2-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Rustam Sharipov

Junior Kris Done, redshirt junior Michael Newburger and former Buckeye Ty Echard concluded competition at the 2013 Winter CupChallenge Saturday night at the LV Center in Las Vegas. Newburgerclaimed the individual event title on pommel horse, scoring acareer-high 15.500 on the second and final night of competition toearn a two-day score of 30.300 and place first out of 38competitors. Echard followed with a 15.550 to notch a two-day scoreof 29.950 and second place overall. Done, a two-time NCAAAll-American, placed 21st overall in the all-around with a two-dayscore of 160.000. The Auckland, New Zealand native earned one top10 and two top 20 finishes, placing third on high bar with atwo-day score of 28.500, tying for 13th on parallel bars with a27.900 and tying for 14th on floor exercise with a 28.200. TheBuckeyes return to action Saturday, Feb. 16, hosting Michigan in adual meet at 2:30 p.m. at St. John Arena. The meet will broadcastlive on BTN.

No. 20 Women’s Gymnastics (2-4, 1-3 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Carey Fagan

Ohio State posted a team season best, but fell to No. 3Michigan, 196.925-196.250, Friday evening in St. John Arena. TheBuckeyes opened the meet on vault, where Sarah Miller led the Buckeyes with a 9.850 to finish third. Inthe second rotation, Ohio State moved to bars, posting aseason-best 49.100 as Aly Marohn tied for the event title with a career-best 9.900.Ohio State then moved to beam where the team posted a 48.950.Miller tied for the event title with a 9.875 while Victoria Aepli finished third with a career-best 9.850. TheBuckeyes finished the meet on floor, narrowly falling to theWolverines, 49.250-49.200. Miller finished second with a 9.900while Aepli notched another career best with a 9.875 to take third.Melanie Shaffer took second in the all-around with acareer-best 39.275 while Marohn also tallied a career-best 39.125to finish third. The Buckeyes next take on Michigan State at 5 p.m.Feb. 16 in East Lansing. The meet will be televised on BTN.

Men’s Hockey (12-12-6, 11-7-4 CCHA)
Head Coach: Mark Osiecki

Ohio State lost its series opener at Alaska, 6-1, Friday nightat the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, Alaska. The teams were tied at1 after the first period. Junior Alex Szczechura opened the scoring for the Buckeyes with hisseventh goal of the season on a pass from sophomore Max McCormick. Buckeye senior Brady Hjelle started the game and played the first 30:22,making 16 saves and allowing four goals. Freshman Collin Olson played 29:27 and had nine saves, allowing twogoals. The matchup marked just the fourth time this season OhioState allowed more than three goals. Ohio State posted a 3-1 roadwin at Alaska Saturday in the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, Alaska.Sophomore Tanner Fritz tallied for the Buckeyes on a major power play.Sophomore Darik Angeli scored the eventual game-winner unassisted at12:24 of the third period, followed by a tally from Ryan Dzingel who also had an assist for a two-point night atthe 14:04 mark. Dzingel has a team-best 13 goals and 28 points thisyear, with a point in six of the last seven games. It was his eightmultiple-point game of the year. Fritz is second on the squad with23 points, ranking fourth with six goals and first with 17 assists.He has a point in nine of his last 10 games. The Buckeyes willclose their regular-season home schedule with a four-game homestandin Value City Arena. The squad will host Western Michigan Fridayand Saturday before taking on Michigan Feb. 22-23. Three of thefour games start at 7:05 p.m., with the Feb. 22 tilt vs. theWolverines at 6:35 p.m. and televised live by BTN.

Women’s Hockey (16-12-2, 11-11-2 WCHA)
Head Coach: Nate Handrahan

Ohio State fell to No. 1 Minnesota, 5-2, Friday night at theOSU Ice Rink. Sophomore Danielle Gagne scored her seventh goal of the season, assistedby sophomores Sara Schmitt and Kari Schmitt. Senior Hokey Langan found the back of the net for her seventh goal ofthe season at the 10:07 mark of the second period, assisted bysophomore Taylor Kuehl. Ohio State fell to top-ranked, unbeaten Minnesotaby a final score of 5-3, Saturday, at the OSU Ice Rink. SophomoreKari Schmitt struck first for Ohio State with an unassistedgoal 4:53 into the first period, her fourth of the season.Following a Megan Bozek goal for Minnesota that evened the score upat 1-all, the Buckeyes would get back-to-back power playopportunities, and senior Tina Hollowell took advantage on the second to score her 11thgoal of the season at the 16:17 mark of period one. Langan andSchmitt recorded assists. Langan’s assist brought her career pointtotal to 128, tying with Tessa Bonhomme (2004-08) for fifth placeall-time at Ohio State. Schmitt now has a team-leading 20 assiststhis season. Junior Kara Gust put one top shelf for Ohio State at 8:16 of the thirdfor her first career goal, cutting the lead to 4-3. Assisting onthe play were seniors Minttu Tuominen and Hollowell. Ohio State returns to actionFeb. 15-16, for a series with North Dakota in Grand Forks.

No. 19/20 Men’s Lacrosse (1-0)
Head Coach: Nick Myers

Ohio State opened the 2013 season with a 14-8 victory overDetroit inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center Saturday afternoon.Senior co-captain Logan Schuss scored seven goals and notched 10 points. Hisseven goals tied his career high first set May 8, 2010 at NorthCarolina. His 10 points were a personal best, topping the eightpoints he had vs. the Tar Heels in 2010. Schuss extended his pointstreak to 46 games. He now is tied for third in program historywith 175 points and ranks third with 109 goals. He is eighth with66 assists. Schuss had the seventh 10-point game in program historyand the seventh seven-goal game for a Buckeye. His 17 shots vs.Detroit are a career high and rank third (tied) all-time for aBuckeye. Freshman Carter Brown had six points, with two goals and a team-bestfour assists, while sophomore Jesse King had a hat trick and freshman Tyler Pfister scored two goals. Junior goalie Greg Dutton made nine saves for the squad. Senior Trey Wilkes was 14-8 on faceoffs and had six groundballs, whilesenior Kevin Mack had seven groundballs and junior Darius Bowling picked up six loose balls while causing threeturnovers. Ohio State is 11-0 in games played inside Woody HayesAthletic Center, including a 5-0 mark vs. Detroit and are 5-0 inseason openers under Myers. Ohio State returns to action in theMoe’s Southwest Grill Classic next Sunday, Feb. 17, againstJacksonville at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. The team willreturn to Columbus to host Marquette Feb. 23 inside Woody HayesAthletic Center. Note the game vs. Marquette is sold out.

Softball (4-1)
Head Coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly

Ohio State split day one at the Sixth Annual Red and BlackShowcase, defeating Elon, 10-2, in five innings in game one beforefalling, 6-1, against No. 8/9 Georgia in game two Friday at JackTurner Stadium in Athens, Ga. The Buckeyes opened the 2013 campaignwith a 10-2 run-rule victory against Elon. The win marked the firstvictory at Ohio State for first-year head coach Kelly Kovach Schoenly. Sophomore pitcher Olivia O’Reilly claimed the victory in five innings, allowingjust four hits on two runs with five strikeouts. Offensively, theBuckeyes were led by the heart of the batting order as junior firstbaseman Evelyn Carrillo went 2-for-3 with a home run, three RBI and astolen base, while sophomore shortstop Maddy McIntyre posted a double, run scored and three RBI.Senior third baseman Megan Coletta also had a strong performance back in the Buckeyelineup, going 2-for-3 with two RBI. Ohio State fell, 6-1, at No.8/9 Georgia in game three of the Sixth Annual Red and BlackShowcase. The meeting was just the fourth between the Buckeyes andBulldogs. Sophomore pitcher Alex DiDomenico had a great performance in the circle for theScarlet and Gray, throwing five innings of shutout work, whileallowing just two hits with two strikeouts vs. the Bulldog bats.The Buckeyes began day two of the Red and Black Showcase with anoffensive clinic, posting 17 runs on 11 hits vs. Winthrop in a 17-5victory. Offensively, Ohio State was led by sophomore Taylor Watkins, who went 3-for-5 with a home run, three RBI andthree runs scored, while junior Evelyn Carrillo went 2-for-4 at the plate with three RBI and arun scored. Junior Leesa Gresham had a solid game at the plate as well, going2-for-3 with a home run, two RBI and three runs scored. The teamplated two runs in the third, four in the fourth, three runs inboth the fifth and sixth innings and closed out the contest withfive additional runs in the seventh en route to the win. Ohio Stateposted a 5-4 upset win during the second game of the day in extrainnings over No. 8/9 Georgia. With the win, Ohio State claimed itsfirst win against Georgia in program history. Sophomore Shelby Pickett collected her fourth multi-hit game of hercareer vs. the Bulldogs while junior Leesa Gresham notched her fourth multi-RBI game of her careerand junior Evelyn Carrillo posted three hits vs. the Bulldogs to up herweekend total to seven hits, seven RBI and a.714 sluggingpercentage. Ohio State concluded a great opening weekend with a 4-3extra inning victory vs. Winthrop Sunday afternoon at the SixthAnnual Red and Black Showcase in Athens, Ga. Ohio State continuesthe tournament season next weekend with five games in Jacksonville,Fla., Feb. 15-17.

No. 13 Men’s Swimming & Diving
Head Coach: Bill Wadley

Sweeping four of nine events, the 13th-ranked Ohio State men’sswimming and diving team opened the Winter Invite Saturday atMcCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in dominate fashion. Finishing in a timeof 1:23.24, the 200 freestyle contingent of Zach Birnbrich, Dan DiSalle, Michael DiSalle and Andrew Slater kicked off the evening with a second-placeshowing. In the 500 freestyle event, the Buckeyes completed theirfirst sweep of the evening. Junior Alex Miller touched first in 4:27.19, while freshman Jovan Mitrovic and sophomore Alex Osterhage followed in second and third-place,respectively. Phillips held strong with a time of 49.61. JuniorGarrett Trebilcock took second-place with a time of 50.16,while sophomore Tamas Gercsak placed third in 50.52. Ohio State continued todominate behind the first-place efforts of Steven Zimmerman in the 100 backstroke (49.72) and Keanu Stevenson in the 100 breaststroke (55.43). In the 400individual medley, sophomore Andrew Braun earned the win with a time of 3:57.13. Moving ontothe 100 freestyle, Freshman Josh Fleagle outlasted teammate Andrew Slater for first-place in 45.33. Slater, a senior fromLancaster, Ohio, followed closely with a time of 45.36. TheBuckeyes ended the evening by recorded another victory, this timein the 400 medley relay event. Zimmerman, Kincaid, Luke Stirton and Birnbrich were members of the winning group,which finished in 3:20.29. Senior Andrew Slater won the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:39.67,while Sophomore Dominic Pecze followed with a victory in the 1:50.87 in the 200backstroke. Freshman David Morgan highlighted the conclusion of the winterinvitational, placing first overall with a time of 1:53.61 in the200 individual medley. Ohio State will now have two weeks off toprepare for the 2013 Big Ten Men’s Swimming and DivingChampionships Feb. 27-March 2 in Bloomington, Ind.

No. 21 Women’s Swimming & Diving
Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott

Ohio State had five individuals post personal-best times toopen the Winter Invite Saturday evening at McCorkle AquaticPavilion. Freshman Sara Craft started the evening with an impressive showing inthe 500 freestyle. The Glen Rock, N.J. native put up a personalbest time of 4:56.84, which awarded her a first-place finish.Another freshman, Nicole Gill, kept the Buckeyes’ momentum goingwith a runner-up finish in the 100 butterfly. Following in thefootsteps of Craft, Gill also recorded a personal-best time of57.27. In the 100 backstroke, Mary Sarah Cruzan came away with the win in anotherpersonal-best time, 56.26. Freshman Camey Rabold, who touched third in the event, also posted herbest time with a 56.29. Rounding out a night of individual bests,sophomore Makena Lynch earned a 53.32 in the 100 freestyle foreighth-place. The team began the night with two Top 5 finishes by apair of OSU freshmen in the 200-yard freestyle. Camey Rabold highlighted the event with the win, racing her wayto a personal-best time of 1:51.49. Classmate Sara Craft placed fourth with a personal-best time of 1:53.39.Mary Sarah Cruzan followed with a runner-up performance in the200 backstroke, touching the wall at 2:01.04. Freshman Nichole Gill had a strong outing in the 200 butterfly, takingtwo seconds off her prelim time for a first-place mark of 2:05.00(personal-best) to highlight the conclusion of the Buckeyes’ meet.Ohio State will now have a week off to prepare for the 2013 Big TenWomen’s Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 20-23 inMinneapolis, Minn.

No. 4 Men’s Tennis (8-1)
Head Coach: Ty Tucker

Ohio State fell, 4-3, to No. 15 Texas A&M in CollegeStation, Texas, Sunday. Ohio State lost its first doubles point ofthe season after two Buckeye doubles tandems lost. Peter Kobelt and Connor Smith lost 8-5 to Junior Ore and Jackson Withrow oncourt one, while on court two McCarthy and Ille Van Engelen were edged out 8-7 (7-5) by the No. 6 team ofAdams and Shane Vinsant. Rola was the first to claim victory forOhio State and tied the match at 1-1 with his defeat of Ore 6-4,6-2 at No. 1 singles. With Ohio State down 3-1, Callahan camethrough with an upset of his own, earning a 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 victoryover No. 87 Szabo. Kobelt, ranked No. 1 in the nation, tied thematch for the Buckeyes after he defeated Efferding, 6-4, 7-6(1).The Buckeyes will pack their bags for Seattle, Wash., where theywill compete in the ITA National Team Indoor Championship Feb. 15.

Women’s Tennis (4-0)
Head Coach: Melissa Schaub

Ohio State had a bye week this week; the Buckeyes return to theVarsity Tennis Center for the last home match of their openingfour-game homestand against Kentucky Feb. 12 at 4 p.m.

Men’s Track & Field
Head Coach: Ed Beathea

Several members of the Ohio State men’s track and field teamcompeted at the SPIRE NCAA Division I Invitational Friday andSaturday in Geneva, Ohio. Junior Taylor Weary placed fourth overall in a time of 49.10 in the400m while senior Heath Nickles finished in fourth place in the pole vault at5.05m. A personal-best throw of 18.05m (59-2.75) helped sophomoreJ.C. Murasky to fifth place in the shot put. Ohio State alsocompeted at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational. Junior Demoye Bogle topped his own school record in the 60m hurdlesFriday evening crossing the finish line in a time of 7.71 secondsto take home first place. The winning time – an AlbuquerqueConvention Center facility record – places the Huber Heights, Ohio,native in the Top 5 nationally in the event. Senior Chris Fallon was the lone Buckeye representative at theprestigious Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark., Fridayevening. Competing in the mile invitational, Fallon turned in apersonal-best time of 3:59.37 to finish fourth overall. The PR byFallon places the Copley, Ohio, native fourth on the all-time listat Ohio State and ninth overall in Division I this season.Sophomore Timothy Faust took the 200m title in a time of 20.91, thethird-best sprint in school indoor history and a top-10 timenationally. Fellow sophomore Nick Batcha finished third in a personal-best time of 21.28.The Ohio State ‘A’ 4x400m relay – Page, Brooks, Smith and sophomoreAntonio Blanks – captured the crown in a time of 3:10.91. OhioState hosts the Buckeye Tune-up Friday, Feb. 15 at French FieldHouse.

Women’s Track & Field
Head Coach: Karen Dennis

The Ohio State women’s track and field team competed at theSPIRE NCAA Division I Invitational Friday and Saturday in Geneva,Ohio. Aisha Cavin finished third in a competitive 200m seeded finalwith an indoor personal-best time of 23.63, the third-best time inschool indoor history and a top-15 performance nationally. FormerBuckeye All-American Madison McNary earned runner-up honors in 23.58. First place inthe 200m unseeded final went to junior Adenike Pedro in a time of 24.66. Sophomore Alexandria Johnson took first place in the 400m unseeded finalin a personal-best time of 55.13. Competing against a loaded field,Katie Borchers’ school-record time of 2:07.11 helped her to aneighth-place finish. Fellow sophomore Janel Olberding posted a personal-best time of 2:07.58 – thesecond-fastest in OSU indoor history – to finish 10th. Both timesrank among the Top 20 in Division I this season. Sophomore Michelle Thomas completed her 5000m race in a personal-besttime of 16:50.46 to take third overall. Abie Ehimwenman followed up her triple jump effort with athird-place finish in the long jump at 5.95m (19-6.25), aseason-best mark. Senior Alexis Thomas picked up a bronze medal in the weight throw witha mark of 20.12m (66-0.25). Ohio State distance medley relay ‘A’ -Borchers, Olberding, Walker and senior Tori Brink – finished third overall in 11:30.76, thesecond-best time in school history and a top-20 Division Iperformance. Ohio State 4x400m ‘A’ – Cavin, Walker, Johnson andfreshman Cheyenne Hoerr – turned in a fourth-place time of 3:40.32, thefifth-fastest relay in school history. Ohio State hosts the BuckeyeTune-up Friday, Feb. 15 at French Field House.

No. 5 Wrestling (11-3, 5-3 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Tom Ryan

Ohio State defeated No. 19 Michigan, 24-12, Friday night inCliff Keen Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich. Redshirt-sophomore Logan Stieber put Ohio State in the win column courtesy of a16-1 technical fall over Rosario Bruno at 133 pounds. With the win,Stieber recorded another bonus point victory to bring his seasontotal to nine falls, five technical falls and two major decisionsfor a 17-0 season record. Sophomore Hunter Stieber lifted the Buckeyes to a 9-3 lead following a9-0 major decision win vs. Mike Hillock at 141 pounds. Redshirtjunior Nick Heflin once again pulled out a close match, this time,3-2, vs. No. 10 Dan Yates at 174 pounds while senior C.J. Magrum handed Chris Heald a 13-6 loss for his 11th win ofthe season. Kenny Courts moved up to 197 pounds and defeated Max Huntley,3-1, in dramatic fashion to guarantee an Ohio State win andconclude the match. More than 6,000 fans in St. John Arena watchedthe No. 5 Ohio State wrestling team give third-ranked Penn State ahighly contested match on senior day, but in the end the Buckeyesfell to the Nittany Lions, 29-18, Sunday afternoon. Prior to thematch, five seniors – Peter Capone, C.J. Magrum, Nikko Triggas and team managers Victor Puskas and Steve Ruthen – were recognized as the Buckeyes competed for thefinal time in St. John Arena in 2012-13. Logan Stieber propelled the Buckeyes to a 6-4 advantage afterhe pinned Jordan Conaway in 2:41 in the 133-pound bout. The fallserved as Logan Stieber’s team-leading 10th of the season. Not to beovershadowed, younger brother Hunter Stieber followed with his fourth fall of the seasonafter he downed Derek Reber in 1:20 at 141 pounds. At 149 pounds,Cam Tessari put the Buckeyes in the win column once again whenhe posted a 3-1 decision over No. 7 Andrew Alton. Up next for OhioState is the 2013 NWCA/Cliff Keen “Mat Mayhem” National Duals.Earning an automatic bid to the finals, Ohio State will travel toMinneapolis, Minn., for the event, which will take place Feb. 22-23in Williams Arena. Action is set to begin at 6 p.m. and theUniversity of Minnesota will serve as hosts.

No. 9 Men’s Volleyball (8-2, 2-0 MIVA)
Head Coach: Pete Hanson

Ohio State earned a 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 26-24) win over No. 7Penn State Saturday night in University Park, Pa. The Ohio Statedefense finished with 10.0 blocks on the night highlighted by aseason-high seven (1s, 6a) from senior Grayson Overman. Classmate Chen Levitan totaled four, while redshirt sophomore Peter Heinen had three. Redshirt sophomore Andrew Lutz led the Buckeyes with 13 kills and added eight digsin the win. Levitan finished with nine kills and Overman totaledsix. Heinen had a team-best 36 assists and sophomore liberoBrennan Anderson totaled eight digs. Ohio State returns to St.John Arena for a pair of MIVA matches, beginning with a 7 p.m. ETmatch vs. IPFW Feb. 15. The Buckeyes then take on Ball State Feb.13 at 3 p.m. ET. Admission for both matches is free.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
2.12.13 – 2.26.13

Tuesday, Feb. 12
Women’s Tennis vs. Kentucky, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

Women’s Golf vs. Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge Round Two, All Day
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Monday, Feb. 11
Women’s Golf vs. Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge Round One, All Day
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Tuesday, Feb. 12
Women’s Tennis vs. Kentucky, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Tennis Center

Women’s Golf vs. Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge Round Two, All Day
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Wednesday, Feb. 13
Women’s Golf vs. Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge Round Three, All Day
Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Thursday, Feb. 14
Men’s Basketball vs. Northwestern, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Women’s Basketball vs. Nebraska, 9 p.m.
Lincoln, Neb.

Friday, Feb. 15
Softball vs. Bethune Cookman, 2 p.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Baseball vs. Mercer, 6 p.m.
Sarasota, Fla.

Softball vs. Jacksonville, 6:30 p.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Men’s Volleyball vs. IPFW, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan, 7:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Women’s Ice Hockey vs. North Dakota, 8:07 p.m.
Grand Forks, N.D.

Men’s Tennis vs. ITA National Team Indoor Championship, All Day
Seattle, Wash.

Women’s Track vs. Buckeye Tune-Up, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, French Field House

Men’s Track vs. Buckeye Tune-Up, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, French Field House

Fencing vs. Junior Olympics, All Day
Baltimore, Md.

Saturday Feb. 16
Rifle vs. NCAA Rifle Qualifier, 8 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

Softball vs. Bethune Cookman, 9:30 a.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Softball vs. Louisville, 11:45 a.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Louisville, 2 p.m.
Louisville, Ky.

Men’s Gymnastics vs. Michigan, 2:30 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Women’s Gymnastics vs. Michigan State, 5 p.m.
East Lansing, Mich.

Baseball vs. Notre Dame, 6 p.m.
Sarasota, Fla.

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan, 7:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Women’s Ice Hockey vs. North Dakota, 8:07 p.m.
Grand Forks, N.D.

Fencing vs. Junior Olympics, All Day
Baltimore, Md.

Women’s Soccer vs. Ohio, 11:30 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-IDF

Women’s Soccer vs. Cleveland State, 1:30 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-IDF

Sunday, Feb. 17
Rifle vs. NCAA Rifle Qualifier, 8 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

Baseball vs. St. John’s, 11 a.m.
Sarasota, Fla.

Softball vs. Stony Brook, 11:15 a.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Women’s Tennis vs. Tennessee, 12 p.m.
Knoxville, Tenn.

Men’s Basketball vs. Wisconsin, 1 p.m.
Madison, Wis.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Jacksonville, 3:15 p.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Men’s Volleyball vs. Ball State, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Fencing vs. Junior Olympics, All Day
Baltimore, Md.

Men’s Golf vs. Puerto Rico Classic Round One, All Day
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Monday, Feb. 18
Fencing vs. Junior Olympics, All Day
Baltimore, Md.

Men’s Golf vs. Puerto Rico Classic Round Two, All Day
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Tuesday, Feb. 19
Men’s Golf vs. Puerto Rico Classic Round Three, All Day
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Wednesday, Feb. 20
Women’s Lacrosse vs. William & Mary, 3 p.m.
Williamsburg, Va.

Men’s Basketball vs. Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Women’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Minneapolis, Minn.

Thursday, Feb. 21
Women’s Basketball vs. Minnesota, 6 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Women’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Minneapolis, Minn.

Friday, Feb. 22
Women’s Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota State, 2:07 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Softball vs. LSU, 3 p.m.
Cathedral City, Calif.

Baseball vs. South Dakota St., 4 p.m.
Port Charlotte, Fla.

Women’s Tennis vs. Arkansas, 5 p.m.
Fayetteville, Ark.

Softball vs. Arizona, 6 p.m.
Cathedral City, Calif.

Wrestling vs. TBD, 6 p.m.
Minneapolis, Minn.

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Michigan, 6:35 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Men’s Volleyball vs. Juniata, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Wrestling vs. TBD, 8 p.m.
Minneapolis, Minn.

Men’s Track vs. Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA
Geneva, Ohio

Women’s Track vs. Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA
Geneva, Ohio

Rifle vs. Western Intercollegiate Rifle Championships, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

Saturday, Feb. 23
Rifle vs. Western Intercollegiate Rifle Championships, 8 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

Pistol vs. University of Akron, 8 a.m.
Akron, Ohio

Softball vs. Cal Poly, 9:30 a.m.
Cathedral City, Calif.

Men’s Tennis vs. Notre Dame, 12 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

Softball vs. San Diego State, 12:30 p.m.
Cathedral City, Calif.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Marquette, 1 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-IDF

Wrestling vs. TBD, 1 p.m.
Minneapolis, Minn.

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Boston College, 1 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Football Practice Field 3

Women’s Ice Hockey vs. Minnesota State, 1:07 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Women’s Tennis vs. Tulsa, 2 p.m.
Fayetteville, Ark.

Baseball vs. South Dakota St., 2:30 p.m.
Port Charlotte, Fla.

Women’s Gymnastics vs. Illinois, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Men’s Gymnastics vs. Illinois, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Wrestling vs. TBD, 6:00 p.m.
Minneapolis, Minn.

Baseball vs. Mount Saint Mary, 7 p.m.
Port Charlotte, Fla.

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Michigan, 7:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

Men’s Track vs. Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA
Geneva, Ohio

Women’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Minneapolis, Minn.

Women’s Track vs. Big Ten Indoor Championships, TBA
Geneva, Ohio

Synchronized Swimming vs. Boston University, TBA
Boston, Mass.

Sunday, Feb. 24
Softball vs. Utah, 9 a.m.
Cathedral City, Calif.

Men’s Tennis vs. LSU, 12 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

Baseball vs. Mount Saint Mary, 1 p.m.
Port Charlotte, Fla.

Men’s Basketball vs. Michigan State, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Synchronized Swimming vs. Boston University, TBA
Boston, Mass.

Women’s Golf vs. All State Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Round One, All Day
New Orleans, La.

Fencing vs. U.S. Collegiate Championships, All Day
Columbus, Ohio, St. John Arena

Monday, Feb. 25
Women’s Basketball vs. Michigan State, 6:30 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Women’s Golf vs. All State Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Round Two, All Day
New Orleans, La.

Tuesday, Feb. 26
Women’s Golf vs. All State Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Round Three, All Day
New Orleans, La.