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Feb. 19, 2013

Athletes of the Week
Ohio State men’s volleyball sophomore libero Brennan Anderson earned his second MIVA Defensive Player of the Week honor this season after leading the nationally-ranked Buckeyes to a pair of 3-1 conference wins over the weekend. The Newport Beach, Calif., product opened with a career-high 24 digs against IPFW Friday night and followed with an 11-dig performance Sunday against Ball State. Anderson’s 24 digs is the most recorded in the MIVA this season and is among the most in the nation as well. The total also ranks fourth in Ohio State history. Overall, Anderson leads the conference in digs and has notched double-digit digs in eight of the team’s 12 matches this season.

Ohio State softball sophomore Alex DiDomenico earned her first career Big Ten Pitcher of theWeek honors after improving to 3-0 in 2013 after claiming two winslast weekend at the JU Tournament in Jacksonville. Highlighting herweekend was a complete-game shutout victory against No. 16Louisville Feb. 16, limiting the Cardinals to four hits with threestrikeouts in eight innings of work. She leads the Big TenConference with a 0.27 ERA in more than 25 innings of work in2013.

Baseball (1-2)
Head Coach: Greg Beals

Ohio State fell to Mercer, 6-5, in 10 innings in the Buckeyes’2013 season opener Friday evening at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota,Fla.
After Mercer scored a run to take the lead in the top of the 10th,Ryan Cypret drew a one-out walk and advanced to second on afoul out down the right-field line by Brad Hallberg before Mercer brought in Grant Papelian to faceMike Carroll with two down. Carroll singled up the middle butMercer centerfielder Sasha Lagarde threw out a sliding Cypret atthe plate to end the game.
Ohio State lost to Notre Dame, 13-3, Saturday evening at Ed SmithStadium in Sarasota.
Behind strong pitching from starter Brad Goldberg and timely hitting, the Ohio State baseball teamearned its first win of 2013, 3-1, over St. John’s Sunday afternoonat Ed Smith Stadium.
Aaron Gretz went 2-for-3 with two RBI for the Buckeyes whileGoldberg was brilliant in his Ohio State debut after transferringfrom Coastal Carolina. The senior right-hander picked up the wingoing 7.0 innings, allowing two hits and two walks while strikingout seven. He allowed just one runner past second base.
Ohio State travels to Port Charlotte, Fla., Feb. 22-24 for theSnowbird Classic. The Buckeyes will play a pair of games againstSouth Dakota St. and two more against Mount St. Mary’s.

No. 18 Men’s Basketball (18-7, 8-5 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Thad Matta

Ohio State defeated Northwestern, 69-59, at Value City ArenaThursday night.
Four players reached double figures for the Buckeyes: Deshaun Thomas (22 points), Lenzelle Smith, Jr. (12), Sam Thompson (11) and Amir Williams (10).
Tied at 57 with 3:31 remaining, Ohio State went on a 12-0 run over3:11 of play to seal the win.
Thomas led all scorers with 22 points. It was his eighth 20-pointeffort in Big Ten play this season. He also tallied 10 free throwsmade and 12 attempts, both career highs. Thomas has scored indouble figures in all 24 games this season.
Williams scored a career-high 10 points and Shannon Scott collected a career-best seven rebounds.
Ohio State fell to No. 20 Wisconsin, 71-49, at the Kohl Center inMadison, Wisc.
The Buckeyes had two players reach double-figures in scoring:Thomas (18 points) and Thompson (10).
Thomas reached 500 points on the season vs. the Badgers. Only 14Buckeyes have scored 500 points in multiple seasons. Thomas earned619 during his sophomore campaign.
Trey McDonald earned a career high with six rebounds and AmadeoDella Valle dished out two assists, also a career-high.
Ohio State returns to action at Value City Arena against MinnesotaFeb. 20 and against Michigan State Feb. 24. The games will tip at 7p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively.

Women’s Basketball (14-11, 4-8 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Jim Foster

Ohio State fell to Nebraska, 58-39, Thursday night at theDevaney Center in Lincoln, Neb.
Ohio State held Jordan Hooper, NU’s leading scorer, to just eightpoints and held NU to 32 percent shooting.
Senior guard Tayler Hill led the Buckeyes with 20 points.
Adams had nine rebounds and four points while Stokes and Raven Ferguson added six each.
The Buckeyes are back in action at 6 p.m. next Thursday againstMinnesota at Value City Arena.

Men’s Golf
Head Coach: Donnie Darr

Ohio State men’s golf team finished the first day of the PuertoRico Classic Sunday with a 304 for 14th on the par 72, 6,902-yardRiver Course at the Rio Mar Country Club in Rio Grande, P.R.

Women’s Golf
Head Coach: Therese Hession

Ohio State concluded competition at the 18th-annual NorthropGrumman Regional Challenge Wednesday in 16th with a 932. The16-team tournament was held on the par 71, 6,017-yard Palos VerdesGolf Club.
Senior Amy Meier finished tied for 25th to lead the team, carding12-over 225 following rounds of 71-78-76. Classmate Susana Benavides tied for 39th with a 229, while juniorAllison Harper was tied for 58th with a 235.
Sophomores Claudia Lim and Jan Chanpalangsri totaled a 245 and 249, respectively. SheridanBayleat, competing as an individual, finished with a 276.
The Buckeyes return to competition Feb. 24-26 for the All StateSugar Bowl Intercollegiate held in New Orleans.

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

The No. 5 Ohio State men’s gymnastics team tallied its bestteam score of the season Saturday afternoon, but it wasn’t enoughto overcome No. 3 Michigan as the Buckeyes fell to the Wolverines,446.150 – 435.650, at St. John Arena.
In addition to posting their best team score of the season, theBuckeyes notched team highs on four of six events. Ohio Stateposted team bests on floor exercise (74.850), pommel horse(73.050), rings (72.850) and vault (74.650).
Redshirt junior Michael Newburger claimed his third event title of the seasonon pommel horse, scoring a 15.40 to claim first place. SophomoreLarry Mayer earned his first individual event title of theseason on vault, scoring a career-high 15.35, while sophomoreDrew Moling tied for first on high bar with a career-high15.05.
Ohio State returns to action at St. John Arena Feb. 23, hostingdefending national champion No. 7 Illinois in a co-ed dual meetwith the women’s gymnastics team. The meet is set to begin at 4p.m.

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

Ohio State defeated Michigan State, 195.575-194.250, Saturdayafternoon in East Lansing.
The Buckeyes started the meet on bars, winning the event48.925-47.525. Aly Marohn paced the Buckeyes with a 9.875 to take the eventtitle, Melanie Shaffer tallied a 9.800 for a second-place finish andMaddie Herr and Rachel Abrams each posted a 9.775 to tie for third.
Ohio State then moved to vault, posting a 48.825 as the Spartanswon the event with a 49.025. Shaffer led the Buckeyes and tied forthird on the event with a 9.825.
The Buckeyes moved to floor exercise in the third rotation, toppingthe Spartans 49.025-48.750. Shaffer led the Buckeyes, tying herseason-high 9.900 to take the event title while Alex DeLuca also tied her season-best 9.850 to tie forsecond.
Ohio State concluded the meet on beam with a 48.800 but theSpartans took the event with a 48.950. Sarah Miller took the event title for the Buckeyes with a9.875.
Marohn tied for first in the all-around with a 39.075 while Shafferfinished third at 38.775.
The Buckeyes host Illinois at 4 p.m. Feb. 23 in St. JohnArena.

Men’s Hockey (13-12-7, 12-7-5 CCHA)
Head Coach: Mark Osiecki

Behind 30 saves from senior goalie Brady Hjelle and a goal from freshman Tyler Lundey, the Ohio State men’s hockey team skated to a 1-1overtime tie with No. 6-ranked Western Michigan Friday in ValueCity Arena. The Broncos won the shootout, 2-1 in four rounds, toearn the extra CCHA point.
Hjelle had at least 30 saves for the 12th time this year; OhioState has not allowed a power play goal in its last three games,stopping 12 opponent chances. The squad is 101-for-117 (.863),ranking 10th in the NCAA.
Ohio State blocked 16 shots vs. the Broncos, led by three fromDarik Angeli and senior Devon Krogh.
The Buckeye line of junior Alex Szczechura and sophomores Tanner Fritz and Max McCormick combined for 11 points, leading the Ohio Statemen’s hockey team to a 6-3 victory over No. 6-ranked WesternMichigan Saturday in Value City Arena.
Szczechura notched his first career hat trick and four-point night,while Fritz had a goal and three assists for four points andMcCormick had a three-point outing with a goal and twoassists.
Szczechura’s hat trick was the first of his career and his thirdcareer multiple-goal game. He had two tallies vs. Lake SuperiorState Jan. 26. It was his first career game with three or morepoints after eight two-point outings. He now has 10 goals and 19points this season, ranking second and fourth on the team,respectively. It was the Buckeyes’ second hat trick this seasonafter Dzingel scored three times vs. Penn State Dec. 29.
Fritz had his first career four-point night and second three-assistgame after three helpers at Lake Superior State Jan. 28, 2012. Heis first on the team with 20 assists and ranks second with 27points. He has a point in 10 of his last 12 games (4g, 10a,14p).
McCormick has a point in nine of his last 12 outings. The game washis third three-point night but first since Jan. 28, 2012 at LakeSuperior State. He is third on the team with nine goals and 21points.
Ryan Dzingel leads the Buckeyes with 30 points and 13 goals. Heis on a three-game point streak (1g, 3a, 4p) and has a point innine of the last 10 games.
Ohio State returns to Value City Arena for its final regular seasonhome series against Michigan Feb. 22 at 6:35 p.m. and Feb 23 at7:05 p.m.

Women’s Hockey (16-14-2, 11-13-2 WCHA)
Head Coach: Nate Handrahan

Ohio State fell 5-2 to No. 7/8 North Dakota Friday night atRalph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N. D.
Senior captain Hokey Langan scored two consecutive goals to put the Buckeyesout front 2-1. Langan tied the game at 1-all 15:49 into the firstand put Ohio State out front 7:24 into the second.
Her first score, which was unassisted, moved the Chatham, Ontarionative into sole possession of fifth on the all-time scoring listat Ohio State, passing former Buckeye Tessa Bonhomme (2004-08).Langan tallied her 130th career point on goal number two. SophomoreSara Schmitt and freshman Julia McKinnon picked up assists on the score.
No. 7/8 North Dakota held on to a 3-2 victory over the Ohio Statewomen’s hockey team Saturday night at Ralph Engelstad Arena inGrand Forks, N. D.
Sophomore defenseman Kari Schmitt made it a 2-1 game with her fifth goal of theseason, 7:42 into the second. Fellow sophomores Danielle Gagne and Sara Schmitt tallied assists on the score, their ninth and 18thhelpers of the season respectively.
Gagne found the back of the net at 15:56 of period two for hereighth of the season, making it a 3-2 UND advantage. Picking up anassist on the play was freshman defenseman Cara Zubko.
Ohio State plays its regular season finale at Value City Arena,Feb. 22-23, taking on Minnesota State. Game times are set for 2:07p.m. Friday and 1:07 p.m. Saturday.

No. 19/20 Men’s Lacrosse (2-0)
Head Coach: Nick Myers

Ohio State defeated host Jacksonville, 9-6, Sunday afternoon toimprove to 2-0 on the year. The Buckeyes, who were ahead by onegoal at halftime and after the third quarter, outscored theDolphins, 3-1, in the fourth quarter for the victory.
Individually, seniors Logan Schuss and Dominique Alexander and sophomore Jesse King each scored twice, while junior Adam Trombley and sophomore David Planning each had two points on a goal and anassist.
Junior goalie Greg Dutton had nine saves for the Buckeyes. The defense, ledby starters freshman Robby Haus and juniors Joe Meurer and Dominic Imbordino, limited the Dolphins to six goals and 24shots, with just two goals allowed and six shots against in thesecond half.
Schuss leads the Buckeyes with nine goals and 13 points. He isthird in Ohio State history with 109 goals and third with 177points. He extended his point streak to 47 games (each game of hiscollege career).
King has five goals on the year (coming on 10 shots).
Ohio State will return to Columbus to host Marquette at 1 p.m.Saturday inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Tickets to the gameare SOLD OUT.

o. 13 Women’s Lacrosse (0-1)
Head Coach: Alexis Venechanos

Ohio State was edged by Louisville, 12-11, in its season openerSaturday afternoon at UofL Lacrosse Stadium in Louisville,Ky.
Katie Chase and Cara Facchina led the Buckeyes’ offensive efforts with threegoals and two goals, two assists, respectively, as the team battledthrough seven ties and three lead changes.
The Cardinals struck first, but the Buckeyes came back with scoresfrom Kaila Gottlick and Facchina to pull ahead 2-1.
Coming out of intermission, the teams swapped scores over the first10-plus minutes until Casey Lyons and Chase added back-to-back tallies to give OhioState a 9-7 advantage, the second of three two-goal OSUleads.
Ohio State out-shot Louisville 22-19 on the day and finished evenin draw controls, 13-13. The Cardinals came out on top ingroundballs, 17-14.
The Buckeyes have a Wednesday afternoon road contest at William& Mary, who sits at 1-0 on the season after defeating Americanlast weekend. The Tribe has a Sunday afternoon matchup with No. 7Duke before welcoming the Buckeyes. Following the game Wednesday,Ohio State returns home for its home opener Saturday, Feb. 23against Boston College, currently scheduled for 1 p.m. on theoutdoor turf field adjacent to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.Admission to the game, and to all regular-season home games, isfree.

Rifle
Head Coach: Ryan Tanoue

Ohio State fired a team record 4633 combined score Sunday atthe NCAA Qualifier held at the Hugh W. Wylie Range.
The Buckeyes were led in both smallbore and air rifle by juniorAmanda Luoma. The Cortland, Ohio native fired a season best 584in the smallbore and a personal best 593 in air rifle.
Freshman Remington Lyman also posted a personal best in air rifle with a583, while posting a solid 574 in smallbore.
Team selection for the NCAA Rifle Championships, which will behosted by Ohio State March 8-10, will take place on Wednesday withindividuals being selected on Thursday.
Ohio State returns to action next weekend to defend its WesternIntercollegiate Rifle Conference Championship. The WIRCChampionship will take place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22-23, atthe Hugh W. Wylie Range.

Softball (7-3)
Head Coach: Kelly Kovach Schoenly

The Ohio State softball team split day one at the JU TournamentFriday, defeating Bethune-Cookman, 11-0, in six innings in game onebefore falling to host-school Jacksonville, 4-2, in game two at JUSoftball Complex.
Ohio State fell, 4-2, against Jacksonville during the nightcap, whoposted a run in the first, two in the fourth and a final run in theseventh en route to the win. Down 4-0, the Buckeyes battled toplate two runs during their final at-bat, but left nine runners onbase during the contest to fall to 5-2 overall in 2013.

In a pitcher’s dual guided by sophomore Alex DiDomenico in the circle, the Ohio State softball teamposted a 1-0 upset victory in eight innings vs. No. 16/17Louisville Saturday afternoon to split day two at the JU Tournamentin Jacksonville, Fla.
Despite posting a 9-6 advantage in hits, the Ohio State softballteam fell short, 4-3, against Bethune-Cookman in the opening gameof day two of the JU Tournament Saturday morning.
Ohio State softball team concluded competition at the JU Tournamentwith an 11-4 win against Stony Brook Sunday afternoon inJacksonville, Fla. The Buckeyes (7-3) posted a season-best 11-runson 18 hits against the Seawolves (1-5) to finish the weekend with a3-2 record.
Ohio State will next travel to Palm Springs, Calif., for five gamesat the Mary Nutter Classic at Big League Dreams Park.

No. 4 Men’s Tennis (10-2)
Head Coach: Ty Tucker

The No. 4 Ohio State men’s team shut out No. 13 Cal, 4-0, inthe opening round of the 2013 ITA National Team Indoor ChampionshipFriday afternoon in Seattle, Wash.
Playing in the Nordstrom Tennis Center, the Scarlet and Grayimproved to 9-1 on the season courtesy of Chris Diaz’s 6-2, 6-4 victory over Mads Engsted at No. 5singles. Ranked 37th in the nation, Diaz improves to 14-2 on theseason, including a 4-0 record at No. 5.
Ohio State advanced to the semifinals of the 2013 ITA National TeamIndoor Championship Saturday at the Nordstrom Tennis Center inSeattle, Wash. The Buckeyes defeated No. 5 Pepperdine, 4-0, on theUniversity of Washington campus.
Hunter Callahan and Diaz once again won their respectivesingles matches to help lift the Buckeyes to their eighth shutoutof the season. Improving to 10-4 overall and 4-1 at No. 6 singles,Callahan clinched the win for the Scarlet and Gray with his 7-5,7-5 victory vs. David Sofaer.
Ohio State men’s tennis team dropped a hard fought 4-3 decision toNo. 1 Virginia Sunday in the semifinals of the 2013 ITA NationalTeam Indoor Championship.
Ohio State had not lost a doubles point in the 2013 edition of thechampionship and that streak continued against Virginia. The firstof two doubles victories needed to claim the point came whenBlaz Rola and Kevin Metka defeated Domijan and Mitchell Frank 8-4.
Rola was the first Buckeye to claim victory for Ohio State and gavethe Scarlet and Gray a 2-0 lead with his 6-4, 6-2 defeat of No. 7Jenkins at No. 1 singles.
The Buckeyes tied the match, 3-3, with a win by No. 30 Smith overNo. 5 Styslinger 6-4, 7-6, on court No. 4 before the showdown atNo. 2 singles.
Ohio State will come back to Columbus for two home matches againstNotre Dame at noon Feb. 23 and LSU at noon Feb. 24. Both matcheswill be held in the Varsity Tennis Center.

Women’s Tennis (4-3, 0-1)
Head Coach: Melissa Schaub

Ohio State fell to Kentucky (4-2, 0-0 SEC), 4-3, Tuesday nightinside the Ohio State University Varsity Tennis Center.
Ohio State claimed the doubles points with wins on courts 2 and 3.The duo of senior Gabby Steele and freshman Grainne O’Neill posted the first win, defeating Stephanie Foxand Kirsten Lewis, 8-2. At the second position, the tandem ofsophomore Kelsey Dieters and senior Fidan Manashirova defeated Edmee Morin-Kougoucheff and CeCeWitte, 8-5.
The Wildcats posted straight-set wins at the top two positions fora 2-1 team lead. In a matchup of ranked players, No. 67 Ravita fromKentucky topped No. 53-ranked Dieters, 6-2, 6-0, on court one. Atthe second position Stiles was a 6-2, 6-1 winner vs. Cecil.
On court four, Steele rallied after losing the first set to defeatLewis, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. On court six, Malley won the first set vs.Fox in a tiebreaker before the Wildcat cruised in set two to forcea third set. Malley prevailed, 6-4, for the Buckeyes’ third point.Steele and Malley both extended their singles winning streaks tonine after their victories vs. Kentucky.
Ohio State dropped a 6-1 decision to No. 25 Tennessee (2-4, 0-0SEC) Sunday in Knoxville, Tenn.
In thrilling fashion, No. 52-ranked Dieters defeated Tennessee’sNo. 18-ranked Brynn Boren in a super tiebreaker, 6-4, 2-6, 1-0(12-10) to earn the lone point for the Buckeyes on court one. Itwas her second victory over Boren and third victory over a rankedopponent this season.
The Buckeyes will continue their season on the road withback-to-back matches in Fayetteville, Ark., vs. Arkansas Friday andTulsa Saturday.

Men’s Track & Field
Head Coach: Ed Beathea

The Ohio State men’s track and field completed its finalpreparations for the upcoming Big Ten championships Friday night atFrench Field House as hosts of the Buckeye Classic.
Ohio State swept the Top 2 spots on the podium in the 60m. Firstplace went to junior Demoye Bogle in a time of 6.76, while second went to sophomoreTimothy Faust in a personal-best time of 6.80.
The marquee event of the night featured a French Field House-recordtime of 7.69 seconds in the 60m hurdles from unattached competitorTerrence Somerville. Freshman Donovan Robertson, competing unattached, earned runner-uphonors in his first collegiate race, crossing the line in 7.84seconds.
Junior Javon Walker was the runner-up in the 400m 48.61.
Second place in the mile went to sophomore Jackson Neff in a personal-best time of 4:16.88.
Senior Heath Nickles turned in a season-best height of 5.17m(16-11.50) to claim the win in pole vault.
Competing unattached, Michael Hartfield won the long jump with a 7.77m (25-6.00)leap. Runner-up honors went to senior Korbin Smith at 7.50m (24-7.25). Hartfield also won the triplejump, clearing 15.34m (50-4.00).
Freshman Joseph Velez finished second overall in the weight throw with apersonal-best toss of 19.30m (63-4.00), while senior Billy Gehring placed third at 18.43m (60-5.75).
Ohio State ‘A’ won the 4x400m relay in a time of 3:11.77. TheBuckeye ‘B’ team was second in 3:12.63.
The Buckeyes next travel to Geneva, Ohio, for the 2013 Big TenIndoor Championships Feb. 22-23.

Women’s Track & Field
Head Coach: Karen Dennis

The Ohio State women’s track and field team played host to theBuckeye Tune-Up Friday night at French Field House in the squad’sfinal meet prior to the Big Ten championships.
Ashlee Abraham claimed first place in the 60m with a time of7.45. Adenike Pedro (7.49) finished shortly after in secondplace.
Aisha Cavin (55.40) and Sonikqua Walker (56.11) crossed the finish line in first- andsecond-place in the 400m, respectively.
Janel Olberding (1:31.85) and Rebecca Rings (1:35.33) both set personal bests, finishing infirst and third in the 600m, respectively.
Ohio State place four athletes in the Top 5 in the mile. Michelle Thomas finished in second, running a personal best of5:00.66. Tammy Berger (5:01.00), Minori Minagawa (5:03.47) and Nicole Hilton (5:05.95) finished in third, fourth and fifth,respectively.
Four Buckeyes finished in the Top 5 in the 3000m. Hilton (10:08.27)and Mallory Kreider (10:14.72) took first and second placeconsecutively. Sakiko Minagawa finished in fourth with a time of 10:20.43,followed by Tori Brink in fifth with a time of 10:23.90.
Abie Ehimwenman used a personal-best mark of 12.32m (40-5.00)to take first place in the triple jump.
Alexis Thomas set a new personal best in the weight throw witha throw of 20.64m (67-08.75) placing her second overall – thedistance ranks in the Top 15 in Division I this season.
Emily Schwartz placed first in the pole vault with acollegiate-best vault of 3.50m (11-05.75).
Ohio State ‘A’ crossed the line in first in the distance medleyrelay with a time of 11:57.21.
The Buckeyes next travel to Geneva, Ohio, for the 2013 Big TenIndoor Championships Feb. 22-23.

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

Up next for Ohio State is the 2013 NWCA/Cliff Keen “Mat Mayhem”National Duals. Earning an automatic bid to the finals, Ohio Statewill travel to Minneapolis, Minn., for the event, which will takeplace Feb. 22-23 in Williams Arena. Action is set to begin at 6p.m. and the University of Minnesota will serve as hosts.

No. 6 Men’s Volleyball (10-2, 4-0 MIVA)
Head Coach: Pete Hanson

Ohio State outlasted a spirited IPFW team and came away with a3-1 (29-31, 23-25, 25-18, 25-23) win Friday night in St. JohnArena.
The Buckeye defense totaled a season-best 17.0 blocks in the match.Redshirt senior John Tholen finished with a career-best nine (1s, 8a) blocks,while redshirt sophomore Peter Heinen had a career-high eight blocks (1s, 7a).
Sophomore libero Brennan Anderson recorded a career-best 24 digs and seniorNick Gibson set a career high with 10 digs and added fourblocks.
Offensively, sophomores Michael Henchy and Andrew Lutz led the squad with 17 and 16 kills, respectively.Senior Grayson Overman finished with a season-high 11 kills and Tholentotaled nine.
Ohio State outlasted MIVA rival Ball State, 3-1 (28-26, 22-25,25-19, 25-23), in a league match up Sunday afternoon in St. JohnArena.
The Buckeyes were guided by their defense, finishing with 12.0 teamblocks and 62 total digs. Redshirt senior Tholen tied a match-highwith six (1s, 5a) blocks, while senior Overman finished with five(2s, 3a). Four Buckeyes had double-digit digs, including Henchywith 12 and Anderson with 11.
Redshirt sophomore Lutz picked up his second double-double of theyear, totaling 17 kills and 12 digs. Senior Chen Levitan added a double-double with 15 kills and acareer-high 15 digs. Setter Heinen had a match-best 51 assists andchipped in seven digs in the win.
The Buckeyes host Juniata in a non-conference match Feb. 22 in St.John Arena. The teams face off at 7 p.m. ET and admission isfree.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
2.19.13 – 3.5.13

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.

Wednesday, Feb. 27
Men’s Tennis vs. North Carolina, 2 p.m.
Chapel Hill, N.C.

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame, 6 p.m.
South Bend, Ind.

Men’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Bloomington, Ind.

Thursday, Feb. 28
Men’s Basketball vs. Northwestern, 7 p.m.
Evanston, Ill.

Women’s Basketball vs. Illinois, 8 p.m.
Champaign, Ill.

Men’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Bloomington, Ind.

Friday, March 1
Baseball vs. Connecticut, 1 p.m.
Deland, Fla.

Pistol vs. NRA Air Pistol Sectionals, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

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

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Miami, 7:35 p.m.
Oxford, Ohio

Men’s Swimming vs. Big Ten Championships, All Day
Bloomington, Ind.

Men’s Track vs. Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational, TBA
South Bend, Ind.

Women’s Track vs. Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational, TBA
South Bend, Ind

Men’s Swimming vs. Ohio Senior Championships, All Day
Oxford, Ohio

Saturday, March 2
Pistol vs. NRA Air Pistol Sectionals, 10 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Stanford, 12 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-IDF

Men’s Tennis vs. Penn State, 12 p.m.
State College, Pa.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Penn State, 1 p.m.
University Park, Pa.

Synchronized Swimming vs. North Regional Championships, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

Baseball vs. Stetson, 7 p.m.
Deland, Fla.

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

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Miami, 7:05 p.m.
Oxford, Ohio

Men’s Swimming vs. Ohio Senior Championships, All Day Oxford, Ohio

Fencing vs. Midwest Conference Championships, All Day
South Bend, Ind.

Men’s Track vs. Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational, TBA
South Bend, Ind.

Women’s Track vs. Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational, TBA
South Bend, Ind.

Sunday, March 3
Women’s Tennis vs. Penn State, 12 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

Women’s Basketball vs. Michigan, 12 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Value City Arena

Baseball vs. Central Michigan, 12 p.m.
Deland, Fla.

Women’s Tennis vs. Youngstown State, 6 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

Women’s Gymnastics vs. Illinois State, 6 p.m.
Normal, Ill.

Fencing vs. Midwest Conference Championships, All Day
South Bend, Ind.

Men’s Swimming vs. Ohio Senior Championships, All Day
Oxford, Ohio

Women’s Swimming vs. Last Chance Meet, All Day
Columbus, Ohio, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

Women’s Soccer vs. Kent State, 1 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio, WHAC-Football Practice Fields

Tuesday, March 5
Men’s Basketball vs. Indiana, 9 p.m.
Bloomington, Ind.