COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s track and team was hard at work off the track in the Greater Columbus area this past fall, contributing 536 total hours of community service to local organizations and charities.
All 56 team members completed at least 8 hours of volunteer work during fall quarter, with 18 student-athletes contributing 12 or more hours to local communities. Of special mention is the work done by junior Taylor Williams, who completed over 20 hours as a volunteer tutor.
Participating organizations included:
• Second and Seven
• Operation Buckeye
• Life Care Alliance
• Mid-Ohio Food Bank
• Lima Food Bank
• City Life Center
• Various mentoring programs
In addition, the team continued its volunteer efforts for the third-consecutive year with Fifth Avenue Elementary, where Buckeye student-athletes serve as mentors.