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Jan. 4, 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State associate head coach Rosalind Joseph (Goodwin), a former All-American jumper for the Buckeyes, was recently inducted into the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (KTCCCA) Hall of Fame.

Joseph, was a two-time All-American in the triple jump as a collegiate athlete at Ohio State, placing fifth at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Championships and sixth at the 2004 championships. A six-time Big Ten champion, Joseph won the Big Ten indoor triple jump and long jump titles in both 2004 and 2005, while also winning the 2004 outdoor triple jump and 2005 outdoor long jump crowns. A 2014 Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, she still holds Ohio State records in the outdoor triple jump (13.50m/44-3.50), the indoor triple jump (13.37m/43-10.50) and the outdoor long jump (6.39m/20-11.75). Joseph was also a 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials triple jump qualifier and the ninth-place finisher in the triple jump at the 2005 USA Track & Field Championships.

Prior to competing at Ohio State, Joseph was a standout performer at Ballard High School in Louisville, Ky.

Joseph is in her fourth season as associate head coach at Ohio State and in her eighth season overall with the Buckeyes. She is a 2006 graduate of The Ohio State University.