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May 25, 1935: “A performance the likes of which the world may never see again”
On May 25, 1935, then-Buckeye and soon-to-be hero of the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games Jesse Owens set three world records and tied a fourth in a time span of less than two hours. – MORE –

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

One-Two Punch
Letecia Wright and Christina Manning, both budding superstars for the women’s track and field team, have been friends and rivals dating to their high school days when they used to go head-to-head at some of the most prestigious track meets in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area. Today, they boast the best 1-2 punch in the Big Ten in the 100-meter hurdles and bring high hopes to the NCAA East Regionals in Greensboro, N.C., this weekend. – MORE –
Bob Todd’s No. 18 Jersey is Retired
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The No. 18 jersey worn by Ohio State head baseball coach Bob Todd for the past 23 years was officially retired Saturday by the Dept. of Athletics prior to the start of Todd’s final game as coach of the Buckeyes. A 4-3 loss earlier in the day against Minnesota eliminated the Buckeyes from Big Ten tournament contention. – MORE –
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Korbin Smith
Track & Field
Maggie Mullen
Track & Field
Scholar-Athletes Honored at 2010 Awards Dinner
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State Department of Athletics held the 43rd-annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner Recognizing Academic Excellence Wednesday in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom at the Ohio Union to honor its student-athletes for their academic and athletic accomplishments. A record 503 OSU Scholar-Athletes were recognized at the event and a number of senior awards were given out. – MORE –