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March 20, 2014

Wrestling

Wrestling: Logan Stieber takes stab at Ohio State history
March 19, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Logan Stieber has an opportunity this weekend to become the first Ohio State wrestler to win three NCAA championships.

Fencing

Dozen Buckeyes point toward winning a national team fencing title
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
The swashbuckling of Errol Flynn in The Adventures of Robin Hood was romanticized swordplay. Collegiate fencing, however, is serious business.

Men’s Lacrosse

Meet a Buckeye: Georgian relies on his speed, footwork on field
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Question: A glance at Ohio State’s roster reveals there are only a couple players from the Deep South, you and Rick Lewis, another Georgian; do you two feel like you’re carrying the mantle for Southern lacrosse?

Ohio State men’s lacrosse looking to turn things around in ECAC play
March 19, 2014
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When the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team (1-5, 0-0) takes on the Bellarmine Knights (4-2, 0-2) this Friday, it will kick off its final season in the Eastern College Athletic Conference before moving to the Big Ten in 2015.

Men’s Hockey

Ohio State men’s hockey: Challenge is three wins in three days
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
The dream of a Big Ten men’s hockey tournament will become as real as a hip-check to the boards for Ohio State when the fourth-seeded Buckeyes face fifth-seeded Michigan State tonight at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn.

Baseball

Ohio State baseball wins 5th straight game, takes down Xavier, 10-3
March 19, 2014
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With Big Ten play looming, the Ohio State baseball team appears to be starting to play their best ball of the season.

Softball

Trio of outfielders a powerhouse ‘cannon crew’ for Ohio State softball
March 19, 2014
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Any college softball team in the country would love to have the kind of player crazy enough to run into an outfield wall at full speed just to make a single catch. Ohio State (12-14, 0-0) has three of them.

Men’s Basketball

Amir Williams could be key to long tournament run for Buckeyes
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Amir Williams stood out in Ohio State’s practice at the First Niagara Center.

Ohio State men’s basketball: Losing no longer a luxury
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Having their backs to the wall hasn’t been an unfamiliar feeling for Ohio State players this season.

Stomp them with a smile: Ohio State’s Thad Matta facing another Miller in NCAA Tournament as one of March’s best coaches
March 20, 2014
The Plain Dealer
There were big brother, little brother questions put to Ohio State and Dayton on Wednesday before this in-state pseudo-rivalry taking place by the Canadian border.

 

Football

Ohio State football notebook: Backup QBs get in extra work
March 20, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
With Braxton Miller out after shoulder surgery, the competition to back him up is among the most intense during Ohio State’s spring practice.

March 18, 2014

Men’s Hockey

Ohio State hockey’s Ryan Dzingel tabbed to All-Big Ten First Team
March 17, 2014
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When the Ohio State men’s hockey team takes the ice at the Big Ten Tournament Thursday as the No. 4 seed it will be with one of the top three forwards in the conference.

Baseball

Ohio State baseball set for midweek home contests against Akron and Xavier
March 17, 2014
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After sweeping a winless Siena team over the weekend, the Ohio State baseball team is looking to continue defending its home turf.

Women’s Basketball

Buckeyes already moving forward
March 18, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State women’s basketball coach Kevin McGuff really didn’t have the inclination or, more important, the time to watch the NCAA tournament selection show last night on ESPN.

Men’s Basketball

For Ohio State men’s basketball, experience doesn’t guarantee success in the NCAA Tournament
March 17, 2014
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In the modern age of college basketball, it is rare for talented freshmen to stay at school for much longer than a season before jumping to the NBA.

6-seed or not, Ohio State coach Thad Matta focused on Dayton
March 17, 2014
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At first, Thad Matta wasn’t sure what to make of his team’s seeding in the NCAA Tournament.

Ohio State: defense remains a point of emphasis
March 18, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
The coaching adage that “defense wins championships” could be worthy of a poster that Ohio State affixes above the exit in each of its locker rooms in the NCAA tournament.

 

Football

Former Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton on NFL Draft: ‘I just want a shot’
March 17, 2014
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Throughout college, he was a backup. Stuck behind the star quarterback his whole career, a chance at the NFL seemed unlikely.

Ohio State football: Practices resume, and so does the intrigue
March 18, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Now that a weeklong break is over, the Ohio State football team can jump full-bore into spring practice, restarting this afternoon.

 

March 17, 2014

Men’s Tennis

Ohio State Tennis Looks to Make History
March 17, 2014
Columbus Underground
In Columbus, under the radar, something remarkable has been developing over the past eleven years.

Men’s Lacrosse

Ohio State men’s lacrosse loses 5th game of the season, falls to Denver, 9-5
March 16, 2014
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The struggle to piece wins together continues for the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team.

Men’s Hockey

Ohio State men’s hockey fall in regular season finale, split weekend series with Penn State
March 16, 2014
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The Ohio State men’s hockey team (16-13-5, 6-9-5) split a weekend series away at Penn State (7-25-2, 3-16-1), with each game ending 4-2, to end the regular season.

Baseball

Ohio State baseball sweeps Siena in weekend series
March 16, 2014
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After giving up four runs on two errors in its Friday win, the Ohio State’s baseball team (11-6, 0-0) shored up their defense and had strong outings from the bullpen to win two more games Saturday against Siena to complete the sweep.

Men’s Basketball

Ohio State, one of six Big Ten teams in NCAA field, draws Dayton in opener
March 16, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
Archie Miller, Kevin Kuwik and Jordan Sibert left the Ohio State men’s basketball program for better opportunities elsewhere. They got the opportunity of a lifetime last night when the NCAA tournament selection committee matched Dayton against the Buckeyes.

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Football

Freshman linebacker Raekwon McMillan impresses Curtis Grant
March 16, 2014
Columbus Dispatch
The week break is almost over for Ohio State, with spring practice resuming on Tuesday, and one of the more interesting competitions for a starting job, at middle linebacker, will ensue in earnest.