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Feb. 26

Olympic Hockey

Silver lining in hockey

Plainfield Sun – – ‎PLAINFIELD — Lisa Chesson may not have known it when she was skating in the gold medal women’s hockey game Thursday at

Plainfield Hockey Player Battles for Gold Chicago Public Radio

Canada strikes gold in 2-0 Olympic women’s hockey win over USA

The Province – The Canadians foiled it, though, thanks in large part to a Hayley Wickenheiser blocked shot on a Lisa Chesson blast from the point, and a glove grab by

Gold medal a thrill: Bonhomme

Sudbury Star – ‎Sudbury’s Tessa Bonhomme doesn’t yet know where she’s going to display her shiny new Olympic gold medal, but she’s got a good spot for it for now.

Canadians display gold mettle Columbus Dispatch

Bronze medal sounds good to Finns Ottawa Citizen – Finnish captain Emma Laaksonen, middle, leads her teammates in celebration after their bronze-medal

2010 Winter Olympics — U.S. finds success with Ryan Kesler

ESPN – VANCOUVER, British Columbia — At some point, David Backes and US teammate Ryan Kesler are going to have a chat about some of the things Kesler has

Team USA advances to Olympic semifinals

American Chronicle – “We’re down to the final four now,” US forward Ryan Kesler said. “We’ve got to get ready for that game, and each game is going to get bigger.

Trash-talking Kesler backs it up on the ice SportingNews.com

Despite not scoring, Kesler has big impact on US win NHL.com

Men’s hockey: Finland, U.S. bring similar style to semis Columbus Dispatch

Men’s Hockey

OSU aims to buck losing trend at Miami

OSU Lantern – Solidified at the goaltender position, the Ohio State men’s hockey team prepares for its final regular season series with rival Miami. Two weeks ago, with just six games remaining in the season, coach John Markell sat down his top two goaltenders and told them they needed to step up.

Women’s Hockey

Women’s hockey faces Ohio St. in 1st round of WCHA playoffs

UW Badger Herald – 2 Minnesota last weekend, Wisconsin locked up fourth place in the WCHA and will play host to Ohio State in a best-of-three series with the winner earning a

Women’s Basketball

Buckeyes cut down Wildcats, then nets The Columbus Dispatch The 10th-ranked Buckeyes punctuated the Big Ten and regular seasons with a 78-47 victory over the Wildcats. The game represented the final home appearance for seniors Maria Moeller, Shavelle Little, Andrea Walker and Cherise Daniel and allowed Ohio State (27-4, 15-3) to share its sixth consecutive conference championship trophy with the 5,429 fans.

Senior night brings out best in Buckeyes

OSU Lantern – It was senior night for the Ohio State women’s basketball team at the Schottenstein Center and guard Samantha Prahalis and center Jantel Lavender sent their teammates out with a show in a 78-47 victory. After a close and physical first half which ended with a 30-25 OSU lead, the Prahalis-Lavender show began.

Also: Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio State women’s basketball team proves its net worth with win over Northwestern

Also: New York Times: Prahalis Leads No. 10 Ohio State Past Northwestern

Men’s Basketball

Self-doubt to no doubt: OSU’s Turner on rise to elite stature Mansfield News Journal

Guards cherish friendship
The Daily Collegian Online
Turner scored 10-straight points for the Buckeyes in a four-minute span to close the game out for Ohio State. After packing his bags to board the bus,

If Matta’s recruits would have stayed in school

OSU Lantern – What if? It is one of the most popular questions among sports fans. It allows us to ponder certain scenarios or outcomes involving our favorite sports, teams and players. With last week’s game against Purdue, people asked what if the Buckeyes had called a timeout after rebounding the Boilermaker’s missed free throw in the waning seconds? What if calling that timeout would have set up a better chance for Ohio State to tie the game and send it into overtime? This question has led me to think of another scenario that most of Buckeye land wished would have happened.

Gymnastics

Familiar faces await Penn State
The Daily Collegian Online
Shephard is referring to the Ohio State’s coaching staff, which has strong ties to Penn State. Buckeye head coach Carey Fagan competed for the Nittany Lions

Feb. 25

Olympic Hockey

US defenseman Lisa Chesson found right fit at early age Los Angeles Times – US defenseman Lisa Chesson beats Sweden’s Frida Nevalainen to the puck during their women’s hockey semifinal on Tuesday at Canada Hockey Place in Vancouver.

Olympians making Sudbury proud NorthernLife.ca – ‎9 hours ago‎ Hockey players Rebecca Johnston (left) and Tessa Bonhomme have contributed to the women’s perfect 4-0 record, with Bonhomme adding two goals and two assists

Canada, US battle for women’s hockey gold CBC.ca – #25 Tessa Bonhomme (24, Sudbury, Ont.) and #3 Carla MacLeod (27, Calgary) #2 Meghan Agosta (23, Ruthven, Ont.), #13 Caroline Ouellette (30, Montreal) and

Net presence Boston Globe – “We kept saying, ‘Let’s keep shooting,’ ” said winger Ryan Kesler, who nearly potted America’s first goal at the end of the second period, only to learn it

US hockey team pretty good as a warm-up act, too ESPN

USA hockey advances to Olympic semifinals The Detroit News

Men’s Swimming

(watch a live, free Webcast of the Big Ten Championships through Saturday on Buckeye Vision at OhioStateBuckeyes.com)

Buckeyes make big splash with world of talent

The Columbus Dispatch – Stefan Sigrist hadn’t thought about continuing swimming after finishing high school in Switzerland, where sports aren’t a high-priority pursuit. His coach, however, knew that Sigrist might excel with better training in the United States, where his older brother, Matthias, was a swimmer at Ohio State University. A year after walking onto the same team, Stefan Sigrist set an OSU record; in the summer, he beat a Swiss national record. Now a senior, he hopes to swim at the 2012 Olympics.

Women’s Basketball

Seniors leaving program on top: Little says Buckeyes want more than Big Ten title

The Columbus Dispatch The last practice before the last game that the senior class of the Ohio State women’s basketball team will play in Value City Arena roared by yesterday afternoon with doses of laughter, screams and plain nose-to-the-grindstone work.

Columbus Sports Tuesday NewsRadio 610 WTVN – OHIO STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – The Big Ten champion and 26-4 Buckeyes try to bounce back from their loss to Michigan State when they close out the regular   

Men’s Basketball

OSU recovers in nick of time: Turner steps up after lead nearly vanishes

The Columbus Dispatch Down by double digits in the second half for the second time this season against Ohio State – this time by 17 – Penn State rallied as close as two last night before Evan Turner did what he does and sealed a 75-67 win for the Buckeyes in the Bryce Jordan Center.

  • Watch game highlights at www.BigTenNetwork.com

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Turner’s strong second half pushes OSU past upset-minded Penn State, 75-67

ESPN: Turner, Lighty help No. 9 Buckeyes hold off pesky Penn State

Chicago Tribune: Turner’s 25 points lift Ohio State

Athletics

Maybe there’s no Texas two-step after all for the Big Ten Cleveland Plain Dealer

Football

Spitler hopes for fast track to NFL draft The Columbus Dispatch

Big Ten men’s swimming and diving is a headliner here at home with other stories on men’s hoops in Happy Valley and a check-in on hockey Bucks north of the border in Vancouver

Feb. 24

Athletics

Slate of 10 Ohioans ready for statue vote

Columbus Dispatch – An Olympic superstar (Jesse Owens), a world-famous inventor, a ground-breaking author and a Civil War general are among the finalists to become the states…

Finalists picked for new statue to represent Ohio in nation’s Capitol

Plain Dealer – COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohioans will pick from a list of 10 finalists revealed Tuesday to represent the state in a collection of   

Ohio statue: And the nominees are…

Cincinnati.com – COLUMBUS – Thomas Edison, Ulysses S. Grant, Jesse Owens and the Wright Brothers are among the best

STATUARY COMMITTEE TRIMS LIST OF NOMINEES; PUBLIC VOTE TO FOLLOW

Gongwer News Service – A House-Senate panel Tuesday narrowed from a field of 93 to 10 the list of deceased Ohioans who could replace Gov. William Allen as one of the state’s two representatives in Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol.

  • Jesse Owens, the noted 1936 Olympic champion who dedicated his life in service to youth.

Olympic Hockey

US general manager Brian Burke, on Livonia’s Ryan Kesler: ‘I loved him (Sunday …

Detroit Free Press – Ryan Kesler, a Livonia native who plays forward for the Vancouver Canucks, is feeling right at home during these Winter Games. His prowess in the face-off

Family helps Olympian relax off the ice

Plainfield Sun – Their main role is to help their daughter, Lisa Chesson, 23, who is a defenseman for the US Olympic women’s hockey team, relax and chill.

Swimming

Big Ten swimming championships: What to watch for

OSU Lantern – The No.9 Ohio State men’s swimming and diving team hosts the Big Ten Championships starting Wednesday. The event is four-day marathon with a multitude of races each day, culminating with an award ceremony Saturday evening. Here’s what to watch for… Home sweet home For the fifth time, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion will host a Big Ten or NCAA championship meet.

Men’s Basketball

His statistics aren’t huge, but Kyle Madsen is a big man (the only man …
Plain Dealer
Ohio State (21-7, 11-4) has won 12 straight against Penn State, including the last four in State College. The Buckeyes, a half-game behind first-place …

The Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State avoids foul play: Buckeyes among nation’s best in fewest infractions

High-scoring buddies Turner, Battle meet again Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Buddies Turner, Battle meet again Chillicothe Gazette

Ohio St.-Penn St. Preview

CBSSports.com – ‎Ohio State’s Evan Turner and Penn State’s Talor Battle have plenty in common in doing just about everything for their respective teams.

Evan Turner turns up heat, joins nation’s elite at Ohio State

USA Today – COLUMBUS, Ohio – Evan Turner’s roommate describes Ohio State’s do-it-all point guard as fearless and

No margin for error NewsRadio 610 WTVN

Cream rising

U Weekly – The secret is most definitely out, folks – Ohio State men’s basketball is among the nation’s best. Sure, there were some cranky panties after

Women’s Basketball

Prahalis named finalists for Nancy Lieberman Award

Columbus Other Paper (blog) – ‎Sophomore Samantha Prahalis has been named one of eight finalists for the Nancy Lieberman Award, which honors the nation’s top collegiate point guard in

Prahalis is finalist for top point guard The Columbus Dispatch – Ohio State sophomore Samantha Prahalis was named one of eight finalists yesterday for the Nancy Lieberman Award, which annually honors the top Division I women’s basketball point guard. Prahalis leads the Big Ten in assists at 7.9 per game and is second nationally.

Ohio State women struggle on home floor

U Weekly – A week after clinching the Big Ten women’s basketball championship for the sixth consecutive year, the Ohio State Buckeyes looked in both of

Men’s Lacrosse

Buckeye lacrosse team relying on defense for wins

OSU Lantern – Offense sells tickets, defense wins championships. This is the thought shared by many, including Brandon Freeman, senior captain of Ohio State’s men’s lacrosse team. The Buckeye’s offense has some firepower, but the defense is where the experience is at.

Men’s Tennis

Buckeyes continue to roll on quiet Big Ten weekend
Examiner.com
The third-ranked Ohio State Buckeye men, whose only loss this year was to the University of Virginia at the ITA Indoors, improved to 10-1 this weekend with

Softball

OSU softball aims to be more than just a one-hit wonder

OSU Lantern – For the Ohio State softball team, success is heavily rooted in determination – a determination to prove last year’s Super Regional berth was not a fluke and to show the country OSU can make it to the Women’s College World Series. “That’s what we’ve been working for since the fall,” senior catcher Sam Marder said.

Baseball

Florida freshmen team up for Scarlet and Gray

OSU Lantern – Ohio State’s baseball team didn’t end the season how it wanted to, but it wasn’t a total failure going to Tallahassee, Fla., for the NCAA Regional. The Buckeyes lost to Florida State 37-6 in a game the team would like to forget. Recruiting visits in Tallahassee for the Buckeyes were more successful than the actual baseball playing.

Football

Ohio State’s Coleman ready to shine at NFL Combine

Dayton Daily News – Englewood native and Ohio State defensive back Kurt Coleman is prepared to chase his dream of playing professional football. Toward that end, the Northmont

LeCharles Bentley on the NFL Combine: It’s often ‘more show than substance’

Plain Dealer – Editor’s note: LeCharles Bentley grew up playing football – for St. Ignatius High School, Ohio State, the New Orleans Saints and even briefly for the Browns

Chiles graduates Brown, Mayfield settle in at Ohio St.
Tallahassee Democrat
“Ohio State Buckeyes, especially in football, is such a well-known team. You always see them on TV playing for championships and to be a part of that there

Feb. 23

Men’s Hockey

Vancouver Olympics | Olympic ticker Beauty, eh? Ryan Kesler’s empty-netter …

Detroit Free Press – Have you ever seen a better empty-net goal than Livonia’s Ryan Kesler scored Sunday night? Pretty AND it clinched a 5-3 win for the United

Ryan Kesler has international appeal

The Detroit News – Ryan Kesler of Livonia has developed an ardent following not only in Vancouver, where he’s having perhaps his best season for the Canucks, but among other

Buckeye briefs for Feb. 23

OSU Lantern – Former Buckeye hockey player Ryan Kesler scored an empty-net goal to seal Team USA’s 5-3 victory over Canada Sunday night. In his first and only season with the Buckeyes, Kesler had 11 goals and 20 assists, leading the Buckeyes to a third place finish in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Women’s Hockey

Chesson goes for Gold

Joliet Herald News – ‎ she leaves for the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada to watch her daughter Lisa Chesson, 23, play hockey with the US Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team.

Olympics — Day Eleven

Toronto Sun – ‎(REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth) Lisa Chesson of the US maneuvers the puck during their women’s hockey play-offs semifinals game against Sweden at the Vancouver

The Morning After: Olympics Round-Up, Northwestern Falls

Chicagoist – And later today, Team USA’s women’s hockey team, including Plainfield native Lisa Chesson, takes on Sweden in the semifinals. The US duo of Tanith Belbin

Canada’s women shut-out Finland and head for gold

Montreal Gazette – Tessa Bonhomme started the play with a nifty deke past a Finnish defender at the blue line, fed Jayna Hefford on the left wing and Hefford fired the puck on

Finns fish for hockey win against powerhouse Canada

Vancouver Sun – Finnish blueliner Emma Laaksonen was there to make a stop on the US Friday, and says her team intends

Finland beats Russia 5-1 in women’s hockey

Washington Post – AP VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Even after a rough-and-tumble first period, Emma Laaksonen and Finland still had plenty of time to fix

Men’s Basketball

Is the charge for player of the year just a three-man race?
USA Today
The Ohio State junior, who missed six games at the start of conference play with a back injury, has returned to ignite the Buckeyes with his all-around game … Evan Turner turns up heat, joins elite at Ohio State

OSU Insider Columbus Dispatch

Turner, Lighty: Big Ten championship or bust

OSU Lantern – Evan Turner has always spoken about leaving his mark on the Ohio State basketball program. The junior has made it clear that before he leaves Columbus he wants to win a championship, be it Big Ten or NCAA. But as many are predicting, if the Buckeye point guard will be a top five pick in next year’s NBA draft, his time is running out.

Big Ten Network: Listen to hoops coaches’ teleconferences        Big Ten notes

Kentucky still No. 2 in poll … just not on all ballots
al.com (blog)
Ohio State (Buckeyes might be No. 1 by now had Evan Turner not missed time with broken back) 9. Villanova (big drop from No. 3 on my ballot) 10.

Football

BT game day traditions: Ohio State
ESPN (blog)
OHIO cheer: Each side of the stadium is responsible for a letter as Buckeyes fans spell out the name of their state. Victory Bell: After every Ohio State

Players prep for drilling, grilling

Columbus Dispatch – Doug Worthington, left, and Thaddeus Gibson work out with Eric Lichter, director of football performance at Ohio State.

OSU’s Thaddeus Gibson hopes to impress NFL scouts skeptical after a teammate’s …
Plain Dealer
This season, the Buckeyes likely won’t have a first-rounder, but Gibson is expected to be the first Ohio State player off the board, projected as a

Bucks add pair of ‘Beanie’-like backs: Smith drawing comparisons to Buckeye greats

OSU Lantern – The Buckeyes added 19 players in the 2010 recruiting class, but none might excite the fans as much as Roderick Smith. The Big Ten is a conference that has traditionally been centered around powerful running games. With Smith, Ohio State should continue that trend.

Bucks add pair of ‘Beanie’-like backs: Hyde joins OSU after year off

OSU Lantern – Anything worth having is worth waiting for. That old maxim applies to both Carlos Hyde’s yearlong wait to take the field with his Ohio State football teammates and also to the wait Buckeye fans have endured to see him suit up. Because when he does suit up, Carlos Hyde is impressive indeed.

Feb. 20-22

Men’s Tennis

Buckeyes fend off top ten foe, keep home winning streak alive

OSU Lantern – Big-time players step up in big-time games. It’s an adage that can be traced to every imaginable competitive sport. For the Ohio State men’s tennis team, ranked No. 3 in the nation by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, senior Justin Kronauge and sophomore Chase Buchanan delivered at critical moments Sunday in OSU’s 5-2 victory over No.

Men’s Hockey

Ohio State goalie Dustin Carlson outduels Western Michigan’s Riley Gill
MLive.com
“The puck went off one of the Ohio State player’s sticks. I got lucky.” The Broncos (8-18-6, 4-17-5-1) stymied three third-period power-play chances by the

Ryan Kesler follows through on his ‘beat Canada’ guarantee

Yahoo! Sports (blog) – More importantly, there’s still another promise made by Ryan Kesler back in August: “I think the United States will medal. I’ll guarantee that.”

Kesler enjoys role of enemy at home Vancouver Sun

No Miracle Needed: US Beats Canada

Newsweek – There is no reason to summon up the word “miracle” for this American hockey upset. The 5-3 win over Canada was anything but. The US might have been outshot,

Hosts Canada stunned by U.S. in hockey prelims

CNN – (CNN) — It was first blood to the United States in their ice hockey rivalry with hosts Canada with a stunning 5-3 victory in their much-vaunted clash on

Men’s Basketball

Buckeyes are more than just Evan Turner

Detroit Free Press – Welcome to the time of the year when each game is the biggest game of the season. Today, Ohio State visits East Lansing to take on MSU in a

Ohio State at Michigan State game highlights – BigTenNetwork.com

Turner heals all

Columbus Dispatch – Ohio State’s Evan Turner, left, takes it to the basket against Michigan State’s Delvon Roe, top, and Draymond Green.

Turner shakes off flu to help Ohio State beat Michigan State

Chicago Tribune – EAST LANSING, Mich. – Despite battling the flu since Thursday, Evan Turner showed up for Ohio State’s practices

Turner makes greatness apparent while carrying Buckeyes

CBSSports.com – EAST LANSING, Mich. — The definition of greatness is akin to the famous definition of pornography created by Justice Potter Stewart in the

Sold on Turner

The Detroit News – Ohio State’s Evan Turner gets my vote for national and Big Ten player of the year honors. He’s a 6-foot-7 forward with point guard skills that has

Evan Turner battles illness while leading Ohio State to road win against Spartans

The Ann Arbor News – MLive.com – Ohio State’s Evan Turner drives against Michigan State’s Chris Allen on Sunday.EAST LANSING — Evan Turner

5 Things to Watch this week

msnbc.com – John Wall, Evan Turner – ‎It hasn’t reached JJ Redick-Adam Morrison or Tyler Hansbrough-Michael Beasley proportions, but give it another week or so. The way Wall and Turner are

Turner’s court resume stacks up against any

Columbus Dispatch – EAST LANSING, Mich. – Justice would be served if Kentucky point guard John Wall was voted college basketball’s player of the year.

Recap: Buckeyes 74, Spartans 67
Detroit Free Press
By the time MSU snapped out of its stupor Sunday against Ohio State, the Buckeyes were up by a dozen. Despite a frantic effort to get back in the game,

Turner pulls Buckeyes even with Spartans – College basketball …
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN – JANUARY 12: Evan Turner #21 of the Ohio State Buckeyes shoots the ball during the Big Ten game against the Purdue Boilermakers at Mackey Arena on January 12, 2010 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Ohio state won 70-66.
NBCSports.com: Sports – http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/3032113/

Spartans plagued by more first-half struggles in loss to Ohio State

MLive.com –  EAST LANSING — The closest thing to a common link in Michigan State’s losses this season is not playing well early.

Bucks sprint past Sparty, inch closer to top of Big Ten race

OSU Lantern – In Ohio State’s loss to Purdue last Wednesday, junior Jon Diebler missed what would have been a game-tying 3-pointer as time expired. Sunday, with just a three-point lead at Michigan State and less than two minutes remaining, the Buckeyes again called on Diebler.

Spartans slip to second

Lansing State Journal – ‎EAST LANSING – The glaring reality for Michigan State is that the Spartans have lost two straight games at home to fellow contenders Purdue and Ohio State,

Spartans outrebounded in loss to Ohio State

MLive.com – Michigan State’s Delvon Roe, top, and Draymond Green battle with Ohio State’s Evan Turner for a rebound

Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan State men’s basketball teams bring solid
Plain Dealer
In 11 meetings, Michigan State holds a 6-5 edge over Matta’s Buckeyes. Ohio State went 2-0 against the unranked Spartans during its national runner-up

Women’s Basketball

Buckeyes can’t clear up their spotty play

Columbus Dispatch – The first 30 minutes of the game played like a song that the Ohio State women’s basketball players hate but haven’t figured out how to keep from

Spartans upset Ohio State Lansing State Journal

Sluggish Buckeyes falter in overtime

OSU Lantern – The Ohio State women’s basketball team hung on to force overtime play, but lost to Michigan State 71-68 on Sunday. Guard Samantha Prahalis had a quiet first half with only five points, but came alive to give the Buckeyes a burst of energy in the second half.

MSU women top OSU in OT

Detroit Free Press – ‎COLUMBUS, Ohio — Brittney Thomas had 19 points, seven rebounds and five assists, and made a basket to trigger an 8-0 run and two clinching free throws in

Michigan State stuns Ohio State

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette – COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State’s Samantha Prahalis took the blame for suddenly losing her touch at the line. Brittney Thomas scored 19 points,

‘Making it happen’

MSU State News – Columbus, Ohio – After seeing its 13-point lead turn into a three-point deficit, the MSU women’s basketball team

Thomas finally shows scorers’ mentality, aggressiveness in win

MSU State News – Columbus, Ohio – This time last year, junior guard Brittney Thomas was on the sidelines after tearing her

MSU ready for 1st-place Buckeyes
MSU State News
Ohio State (26-3, 14-2) has gone through some interesting stretches this season. Each of the Buckeyes‘ Big Ten games have been decided by five points or

Baseball

Todd gets 1000th victory

Columbus Dispatch – ‎Ohio State baseball coach Bob Todd posted the 1000th win of his career when the Buckeyes defeated Richmond 20-9 in Jacksonville, Fla.

Buckeye briefs for Feb. 22

OSU – The Lantern – Buckeye baseball coach Bob Todd became the 41st coach in college baseball history to reach 1000 career wins when Ohio State knocked off

OHIO STATE POUNDS RATTLERS, 16-1
WCTV
20) – The Florida A&M University Baseball team dropped a 16-1 decision to Ohio State in their second game of the UNF Baseball Classic, here Saturday

Softball

Buckeyes drop Stetson, 10-4
Big Ten Network
14 Ohio State Buckeyes on her back Friday and carried them to a 10-4 win over the Stetson Hatters (3-3) at Patricia Wilson Field in the Stetson Tournament.

Women’s Lacrosse

Ohio State University overwhelms AU lacrosse 16-7

The Eagle (registration) – The AU women’s lacrosse team lost their second game in a row, falling to No. 16 Ohio State on Saturday 16-7. Ohio State got off to a fast start

Ohio State notches victory over American

OSU Lantern – Ohio State’s women’s lacrosse team rebounded from its season-opening loss with a 16-7 victory over American University. Coach Sue Stimmel said that she was happy about the play of her team’s defense. Before American was able to find the back of the net, the Eagles were down 4-0.

No. 16 Ohio State Downs American to Even Record
LaxPower
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Kelly Haggerty and Alayna Markwordt each scored four goals as the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team rolled over American 16-7 Saturday

Men’s Lacrosse

No. 19 Bucknell Rallies Early, Races by Ohio State
LaxPower
Bucknell got off to a slow start, as Ohio State jumped out to leads of 2-0 and 4-2. Dominique Alexander started the scoring for the Buckeyes (1-1) with a

Track and Field

Buckeye Tune Up for W Track and Field

OSU Lantern

Ohio State women of the Indoor Track and Field team set personal records at the French Field House Friday, February 19, as they prepare for Big Ten Championships next weekend. 

Men’s Volleyball

Carthage Carnage

OSU Lantern

The Ohio State men’s volleyball team enjoyed a 3-0 victory over Carthage College on Friday, February 19.  The Buckeyes won the sets 30-23, 30-23, and

Women’s Hockey

SCSU third place a first
SCSU University Chronicle
The triumphant last series of the regular season against the Ohio State Buckeyes proved to be a deciding factor in the WCHA standings.

Wrestling

No. 1 Iowa dominates No. 4 Ohio State, 32-3
Examiner.com
7-0 in the Big Ten.. while the Buckeyes now have an 18-2 dual meet record, and are 7-1 in the conference. 141: No. 2 Reece Humphrey (Ohio State) dec.

No. 4/3 Buckeyes Lose to No. 1 Iowa, 32-3 | FightNewsUSA.com
By FightNewsUSA
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The No. 4/3 Ohio State wrestling team lost, 32-3, to No. 1 Iowa Friday night in Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa. The Buckeyes wrap up the regular season 18-2 overall and 7-1 in the Big Ten and will now focus