Athletes of the Week
Evan Turner, a sophomore on the men’s basketball team, garnered his second Big Ten Player of the Week honor Monday after leading the Buckeyes to a pair of conference victories last week. The Chicago, Ill., native netted a career-high 29 points to go along with 10 rebounds in Ohio State’s 93-81 win over the Hoosiers Jan. 31, earning his fifth double-double of the season and seventh of his career. Earlier in the week, Turner recorded 24 points on 6-of-9 (.667) shooting from the field and went 12-of-13 (.923) from the charity stripe to lead his team over the Wolverines Jan. 28.

Turner averaged 26.5 points and 7.5 rebounds in his last two outings in 78 minutes of play. He connected on 70 percent of his field goals (16-of-23) and 91 percent of his foul shots (21-of-23).

Sean Moore, a sophomore diver from Englewood, Colo., swept all three diving events in a quad meet last weekend against Michigan, Penn State and Northwestern. In addition, Moore posted two McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion records en route to his wins on the three meter and 10-meter platform with tallies of 433.35 and 464.35, respectively.

Athletics Good Stuff

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Men’s Basketball (15-5; 5-4 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Thad Matta
Ohio State won two Big Ten Conference games last week, downing Michigan, 72-54, Jan. 28 in Value City Arena and earning a 93-81 victory on the road at Indiana Jan. 31. Evan Turner led the scoring vs. the Wolverines with 24 points while Jeremie Simmons and B.J. Mullens added 12 points each.
On the road, Turner had a career-high 29 points and 10 rebounds to record his fifth double-double while two more Buckeyes in Jon Diebler and William Buford scored more than 20 points. Diebler posted 21 points while Buford had a career-high 24 points.
Turner’s double-double was his fifth of the season and seventh of his career at Ohio State. He is the only current Buckeye with a double-double to his credit.
With his 24 points, Buford has reached double digits in seven of the last eight games and in 12 contests this season.
The 93 points scored by the Buckeyes is the highest offensive output since Ohio State defeated UMass 92-85 in the title game of the 2008 National Invitation Tournament in New York.
Up Next: vs. Purdue, 7 p.m. Feb. 3 at Value City Arena (ESPN)
vs. Minnesota, 8 p.m. Feb. 7 in Value City Arena (BTN)

No. 15 Women’s Basketball (18-3; 9-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Jim Foster
The frontcourt duo of Star Allen and Jantel Lavender combined for 38 points in a 59-51 win over Indiana Feb. 1 in Value City Arena. Allen had 21 points and 13 rebounds and Lavender scored 17 and grabbed nine boards as Ohio State remains in first place in the Big Ten. The Buckeyes held Indiana to just 31 percent shooting from the field.
Earlier in the week, Ohio State held off Michigan, 52-44, Jan. 29 in Ann Arbor. Lavender also tallied 17 points and nine rebounds vs. the Wolverines while Brittany Johnson and Allen added 13 and 11 points, respectively.
Lavender has scored in double figures in all 52 career games. She has 991 career points in 52 games and could finish as the second-fastest Ohio State women’s basketball player to reach 1,000 points vs. Purdue Feb. 5, trailing former Buckeye Katie Smith who was the fastest at 52 games, while Frani Washington did it in 56.
Up Next: vs. Purdue, 7 p.m. Feb. 5 in Value City Arena (
at Michigan State, 2 p.m. Feb. 8 in East Lansing, Mich. (ESPN 2)

Head Coach: Jim Tressel
Former Buckeye Santonio Holmes was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XLIII Feb. 1 after leading the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Tampa, Fla. Holmes, who finished his career with Ohio State in 2005, had nine receptions for 131 yards and the gamewinning touchdown for the Steelers in the final moments of the contest. On the gamewinning drive, Holmes caught four passes for 73 yards and a score.
Dick Lebeau, a former Ohio State defensive back from 1955-58, also is Pittsburgh’s defensive coordinator.

No. 14 Women’s Gymnastics (2-4; 0-2 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Carey Fagan
Ohio State scored a 193.825 in a quad-meet Jan. 31 in St. John Arena. No. 13 Missouri took the title with a team score of 195.375, followed by Illinois (194.575), Michigan State (194.500) and Ohio State.
The Buckeyes were led by freshman Taylor Jones on two events. Jones scored a 9.725 on vault to lead the squad and tied with freshman teammate, Casey Williamson, to take first for Ohio State on floor with a 9.825. The 9.825 on floor was a career-best score for Williamson and a tied third-place overall finish in the meet. With two freshmen leading the way on floor, Ohio State posted a season-best 48.900.
Senior Kiki Holman led Ohio State on beam with a solid season-high 9.800 score to tie for second in the meet. Freshman Nicole Krauter and sophomore Rebecca Best followed Holman for the Buckeyes on beam with a 9.725. Ohio State posted a team total score on beam with a 48.125.
On bars, the Buckeyes were led with a pair of 9.80’s by Best and Alyssa Meyer. Junior Beth Ann Ballard contributed a 9.750 to boost the squad’s bar score to a 48.675. With a 9.700 on vault, senior Amanda Surine moved Ohio State to a team total event score of 48.125.
Up Next: vs. Iowa, 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at St. John Arena

No. 15 Men’s Hockey (17-8-3; 10-7-3-3 CCHA)
Head Coach: John Markell
Ohio State rallied for a series split at Alaska, taking a 5-0 first-period lead en route to a 6-2 victory Jan. 31 in the Carlson Center. Sophomore Sergio Somma had a team-best two goals, while classmate Peter Boyd had three points, with a goal and two assists. Junior Mathieu Picard and freshman Taylor Stefishen each had a goal and an assist, with sophomore John Albert posting two assists.
Alaska won the opener, 4-1, Jan .30. Sophomore Kyle Reed scored the Buckeyes’ lone goal.
Up Next: vs. Notre Dame, 8:05 p.m. Feb. 6 at Value City Arena (CBS College Sports)
vs. Notre Dame, 2:05 p.m. Feb. 8 at Value City Arena

Women’s Hockey (6-19-3; 4-16-2-2 WCHA)
Head Coach: Jackie Barto
Ohio State dropped a two-game series to No. 1 Wisconsin Jan. 31-Feb. 1, losing, 7-0, in both games. The Buckeyes were held without a goal for the first time in 13 games, since Nov. 14 of this season against nationally-ranked Minnesota Duluth.
Up Next: vs. North Dakota, 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at OSU Ice Rink
vs. North Dakota, 4:07 p.m. Feb. 7 at OSU Ice Rink

Men’s Lacrosse
Head Coach: Nick Myers
Ohio State opens its 2009 season vs. Detroit Mercy at noon Feb. 7 in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Seating is limited to 500 fans at the WHAC so fans are recommended to pre-purchase tickets as the game is expected to sell out prior to game day. Games vs. Bucknell Feb. 21 and Fairfield Feb. 28 are scheduled to be played outside at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, but will be moved inside in the case of inclement weather. It is suggested fans pre-purchase those tickets to secure a spot at the game, should it be moved indoors where seating is limited.
Up Next: vs. Bucknell, Noon Feb. 21 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium/Woody Hayes Athletic Center
vs. Fairfield, Noon Feb. 28 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium/Woody Hayes Athletic Center

Women’s Lacrosse
Head Coach: Sue Stimmel
Ohio State alumna Regina Oliver was one of two defenders selected to the U.S. Senior National World Cup squad. Oliver, a 2005 Ohio State All-American, was also an assistant coach with the Buckeyes after graduation. Named by Lacrosse magazine as one of the top 10 African-American lacrosse players of the past decade, Oliver is currently assistant lacrosse coach at Duquesne.
Oliver will represent the United States in the 2009 Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup from June 17-27 in the Czech Republic.
Up Next: at American, 4 p.m. Feb. 13 in Washington, D.C.
at George Washington, 1 p.m. Feb. 15 in Washington, D.C.

Head Coach: Jim Sweeney
Ohio State hosted the Winter Open competing against Akron and individual shooters Jan. 31-Feb. 1. Buckeye Seth Berglee finished first in open free (514) and open air (568) and captured the three-gun aggregate (1,560). Joe Totts won the open standard (547) as an individual.
In the women’s events, Ohio State’s Kelsey Imig was first in the women’s air pistol (363) while former Buckeye Teresa Meyer won the women’s sport (556) and the two-gun aggregate (914).
Up Next: hosting Collegiate Sectionals, TBA Feb. 6-7 at Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range in Converse Hall

No. 10 Men’s Swimming and Diving (9-2; 2-2 Big Ten)
Head Coaches: Bill Wadley and Vince Panzano
Ohio State went 2-1 in the two-day Big Ten quad-meet at the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion Jan. 30-31. In front of a crowd of 511 fans, the Buckeyes defeated No. 19 Penn State, 258-76, and Northwestern, 270-64, but fell to No. 2 Michigan, 180-151.
The final day of the competition saw sophomore Chuck Allison capture first place in the 100-yard butterfly, picking up an NCAA “B” time and a new school record in 47.21.
In addition, the 100 breaststroke featured another great swim from senior Felipe Travesso and junior Sam Pelkey. The duo finished 1-2 in the event, with Travesso swimming a “B” cut time of 54.16. The Buckeyes captured first in the 200-yard medley relay. The winning team of freshman Andrew Elliott, Travesso, Allison, and junior Joel Elber swam a NCAA “B” time of 1:27.38. In the 100 backstroke, Elliott and sophomore Itai Chammah tied for second-place with a time of 49.53. The time was a career-best for Elliott.
Sophomore Sean Moore captured both the three-meter and platform diving events, taking first in all three diving competitions on the weekend. His scores of 433.35 on the three-meter and 464.35 on the platform were McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion records. On the three-meter, the Buckeyes swept the top-three spots, seeing Ryan Jefferson in second (381.20) and Burkley Showe in third (337.00).
The two-day meet concluded with the 200 freestyle relay and the Buckeyes captured second in the event. The team of Elber, freshman Steven Springer, senior Yannick van Heers and junior Andrew Olson finished in 1:20.97.
On Jan. 30, Ohio State swept the top-three spots of the 200-yard breaststroke with sophomore Elliott Keefer leading the way with a winning time of 1:58.61. Junior Pelkey was second (1:59.64) and freshman Spencer Hewes took third in (2:00.93).
In the 1000 freestyle, freshman transfer Brent Hitchcock, participating as a non-scoring swimmer, put his name in the books by swimming a school-record time of 9:05.97, breaking teammate Stefan Sigrist’s record by eight seconds. Scoring points for the Buckeyes with a second-place finish was senior Ryan Stoneburg, who swam a personal-best time of 9:13.78.
Up Next: vs. West Virginia, 5 p.m. Feb. 6 at Bill and Mae McCorkle Pavilion

Women’s Swimming and Diving (4-4; 0-3 Big Ten)
Head Coaches: Bill Dorenkott and Vince Panzano
Ohio State trailed, 91-73, after the first day of competition vs. Big Ten rival Penn State Jan. 30 before falling, 196-132, Jan. 31 at the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
Leading Ohio State on the opening day were sophomore Samantha Cheverton, junior Jill Lockhart and senior Griet Buelens, each of whom earned a win for the Buckeyes. Cheverton’s win came in the 200 freestyle when she swam a career-best time of 1:48.35. Team co-captain Lockhart picked up a win in the 200 backstroke, her third of the season in the race, with a time of 2:02.55. Buelens, also a team co-captain, swam a season-best time of 2:00.95 to earn first in the 200 butterfly.
Also picking up a win for Ohio State was sophomore diver Kristen Asman. The Columbus product won the one-meter competition with a score of 280.55 points.
Ohio State picked up two wins on day two with Cheverton winning the 100 backstroke her second individual win of the meet in 55.72. Freshman Lisa Narum followed Cheverton’s win with a victory in the 100 freestyle in a time of 51.13. Asman added to her one-meter victory with a win on the three-meter board Jan. 31 with 306.55 points.
Up Next: vs. West Virginia, 5 p.m. Feb. 6 at Bill and Mae McCorkle Pavilion
at Purdue Diving Invitational, TBA Feb. 6-7 in West Lafayette, Ind.

No. 1 Men’s Tennis (5-0; 0-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Ty Tucker
Ohio State advanced to the 16-team ITA National Team Indoor Championships after defeating No. 64 Stetson, 7-0, Jan. 31 and No. 30 Virginia Tech, 5-2, Feb. 1 at The Ohio State University Varsity Indoor Tennis Center. The Buckeyes will travel to Chicago, Ill., Feb 13-16, for the 2009 team indoor championships, facing competition from the nation’s top collegiate teams.
With the two wins over the weekend, the Buckeyes extended their home win streak to 77-consecutive matches, a record which dates back to the 2003 season.
After dropping the first of three doubles matches, the squad rallied back to win Nos. 1 and 2 doubles. Bryan Koniecko and Steven Moneke scored an 8-3 victory against No. 20 Nicolas Delgado de Robles and Luka Somen at the No. 1 spot while Matt Allare and Justin Kronauge made a fierce comeback late in the match to tie it at 7-all. The Buckeye duo surged on to win its fifth-consecutive doubles match with a 9-7 victory.
Ohio State’s 5-2 victory was secured with back-to-back wins at Nos. 1 and 3 singles. Koniecko, the country’s top-ranked singles player, defeated Delgado de Robles 6-4, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, while classmate and No. 3-ranked Moneke took down Graber 6-3, 6-2 at No. 3 singles. Allare started things off by claiming the first singles point, downing Virginia Tech’s Patrick Daciek 6-3, 6-2 at No. 6 singles.
Moneke is now fourth on the all-time career singles wins in program history with 115, passing Mike Massie (1983-86) with 113 career singles wins.
No. 6 Kronauge clinched the 7-0 victory for the Scarlet and Gray over Stetson with a 6-2, 6-4 win against Mark Mestan in No. 2 singles. In No. 3 singles, Moneke defeated Njal Stene 6-3, 6-1 to give the Buckeyes while Matt Allare again started things for Ohio State, winning the first singles, 6-2, 7-5 at No. 6 singles.
In doubles, Koniecko and Moneke swept the first doubles match in the No. 1 spot against Filip Kricka and Maksim Levanovich, 8-0. and the No. 2 doubles pair of Allare and Kronauge sealed the doubles point for the Buckeyes with an 8-1 victory against Mestan and Cesare Gallo.
Up Next: at North Carolina, 1 p.m. Feb. 6 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
at Wake Forest, Noon Feb. 8 in Winston-Salem, N.C.

No. 32 Women’s Tennis (3-2; 0-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Fueled by wins from the bottom of the singles lineup, Ohio State knocked off No. 33 South Carolina (3-1, 0-0 SEC) in the first round of the ITA National Team Indoor Qualifier in Durham, N.C., Jan. 31 but fell to No. 9 Duke, 4-2, Feb. 1.
Sophomore Cami Hubbs led the Buckeyes in singles from the No. 3 spot with a win over Natasa Vuckovic, 6-3, 6-1, and freshman Kelsey Haviland added another win from the No. 5 spot, winning 6-2, 6-3, over Suzanna Mansour. Angela DiPastina gave Ohio State its third point from the No. 6 spot with a 6-3, 6-4, win over Ashley Miller. The clinching point in the match came from senior Julie Blackmore, sealing a Buckeye victory from the No. 4 spot with a 6-3, 6-3, win over Miljana Jocic.
The Gamecocks took the doubles point, with No. 33-ranked Vuckovic and Zubori taking Christina Keesey and Hubbs out, 8-1, while Jocic and Schofield beat Blackmore and Paloma Escobedo at the No. 3 spot, 8-4.
In the loss to Duke, Ohio State received wins from Blackmore and DiPastina in singles action. Blackmore downed 48th-ranked Amanda Granson in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, while DiPastina gave the Buckeyes their second point of the day, winning 6-2, 2-6, 6-2.
Ohio State picked up its only win in doubles from Blackmore and Escobedo, winning, 8-2, at No. 2 doubles.
Up Next: at Kentucky, Noon Feb. 4 in Lexington, Ky.
vs. Virginia, 3 p.m. Feb. 6 at The Ohio State University Varsity Indoor Tennis Center
vs. Virginia Tech, 11 a.m. Feb. 8 at The Ohio State University Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

Men’s Track and Field
Head Coach: Robert Gary
Ohio State capped off a solid weekend at the Penn State National Invitational Jan. 31 at the Horace Ashenfelter Indoor Track in University Park, Pa. Despite resting a number of key athletes, the Buckeyes still turned in their share of Top 5 finishes.
In the 400m finals, freshman Thomas Murdaugh stole the show with a first-place showing in a PR time of 47.37, more than a full second head of second-place Jermaine Lowery of Pittsburgh. Junior Curtis Leuenberger finished second in the 200m with a time of 21.84. In the 500m run, junior Brandon Woodard took second place with a time of 1:04.28 just .06 seconds behind the winning time.
Ohio State had a strong showing in the 3000m run with sophomore Christopher Olinger finishing second in a time of 8:22.48 while redshirt freshman Taylor Williams came in seventh at 8:28.81.
After finishing third in the weight throw Jan. 30, Matt DeChant won the shot put Jan. 31 with an NCAA provisional toss of 18.05m. Meanwhile senior Patrick Whalen took third with a provisional toss of his own at 17.89m.
In the invitational events, Dan White finished second in the 800m in a time of 1:50.86, freshman Cory Morgan was third in the 1000m in a time of 2:28.86, Stephen Robinson was fourth in the 200m (21.73) while Balyo came in fifth in the mile with an NCAA provisional time of 4:03.64.
Capping off the weekend was another first-place performance from the Buckeye 4x400m relay team of Woodard, Matt Comer, Elon Simms and Murdaugh. They finished with a time of 3:13.52.Up Next: at New Balance Invitational, TBA Feb. 6-7 in New York, N.Y.

Women’s Track and Field
Head Coach: Karen Dennis
Ohio State completed at the Indiana Relays in Bloomington, Ind., Jan. 30-31.
In the 60m hurdle finals, Letecia Wright came out on top with a first-place finish time of 8.49 while Alana Gray came in third at 8.73.
Ayrizanna Favours finished third in the 60m finals at 7.56.
During the final day of competition, Shaniqua McGinnis had a first-place finish in the 200m dash (unseeded) with a time of 25.70 and a third-place performance in the 400m dash at 56.29. Emily Thompson took fourth in the 800m invitational in a time of 2:09.97 while Jordan Jennewine and Ashley Jones took third and fourth, respectively, in the 800m run with times of 2:14.40 and 2:16.20.
The 4x800m relay team of Jennewine, Jones, Jewelisa Thompson and Kesha Brooks took third with a time of 9:13.18 in the finals. Meanwhile, the 4×400 team of Favours, Caldwell, McGinnis and Wright also took third with a time of 3:46.48.
In the field, Ohio State’s Maggie Mullen finished fourth in the shot put at 13.41m while Kelcey McKinney was fifth in the triple jump (11.18m).
Up Next: at New Balance Invitational, TBA Feb. 6-7 in New York, N.Y.

No. 12 Men’s Volleyball (3-4; 1-0 MIVA)
Head Coach: Pete Hanson
Ohio State earned a 3-0 (30-22, 30-22, 30-21) conference victory over IPFW (4-2, 1-1) in Ft. Wayne Jan. 31. OSU’s Robbie Klein posted a match-high 17 points with 16 kills and two assist blocks.
For the match, Ohio State hit .422 to .068 for the Mastodons. OSU had a 49-36 advantage in kills. Buckeye Steven Kehoe had a match-high 43 assists. The Scarlet and Gray had a 31-25 margin in digs with Kehoe posting a match-high 10. At the net, the Buckeyes had a 13.5 to three margin in team blocks. Buckeyes Ben Spurlock and Ted Schoenfeldt shared match-high honors with five assist blocks each.
Up Next: vs. Rutgers-Newark, 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at St. John Arena
vs. George Mason, 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at St. John Arena

No. 5 Wrestling (10-2; 1-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Tom Ryan
The Buckeyes went 1-1 in Big Ten Conference action this weekend, defeating No. 19 (tied) Indiana, 18-16, Jan. 30, in St. John Arena before falling, 18-16, to No. 10 Minnesota Feb. 1 in Value City Arena.
A crowd of 1,473 watched the Buckeyes and the Hoosiers battle through four lead changes before Colt Sponseller scored an 8-3 decision for the Scarlet and Gray in the final bout to give the squad a 18-16 league win. Against Minnesota, Ohio State built a 16-6 lead after six matches but dropped the final four bouts in an 18-16 defeat.
The Scarlet and Gray received decisions from Sponseller (165), Lance Palmer (149), J Jaggers (141), Dave Rella (174) and a pin from Mike Pucillo (184) against Indiana. Palmer, Sponseller, Rella and Pucillo move to 2-0 in the Big Ten with wins vs. Indiana and Minnesota this weekend.
Second-ranked Pucillo scored a 21-4 technical fall over Golden Gopher Sonny Yohn, tallying six takedowns, a two-point near fall and two three-point near falls to move to 10-0 on the year. The junior pinned the Hoosiers’ Eric Cameron in 2:41 Jan. 30.
In addition, the Buckeyes recognized more than 40 alumni at halftime of the meet vs. Indiana and Luke Fickell, Ohio State football co-defensive coordinator, served as the honorary captain. Fickell was a three-time Ohio high school state champion while wrestling at Columbus’ DeSales High School.
Up Next: at Penn State, 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in State College, Pa.
vs. Purdue, 5 p.m. Feb. 8 at St. John Arena

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
Feb. 3-8

Feb. 3
MBKB vs. Purdue, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena (ESPN)

Feb. 4
WTEN at Kentucky, noon
Lexington, Ky.

Feb. 5 MGYM at USA Gymnastics Winter Cup Challenge, 9 a.m. or 3 p.m.
Las Vegas, Nev.

WBKB vs. Purdue, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena (

MVB vs. Rutgers-Newark, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena

Feb. 6-7
PISTOL hosting Collegiate Sectional, TBA
Columbus, Ohio
Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range in Converse Hall

MTRK at Notre Dame Meyo Invitational, TBA
South Bend, Ind.

WTRK at New Balance Invitational, TBA
New York, N.Y.

Feb. 6
SB vs. Cleveland State at New Mexico State Tournament, 11:30 a.m.
Las Cruces, N.M.

MTEN at North Carolina, 1 p.m.
Chapel Hill, N.C.

SB vs. UMKC at New Mexico State Tournament, 2 p.m.
Las Cruces, N.M.

WTEN vs. Virginia, 3 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
The Ohio State University Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

WSWM vs. West Virginia, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill and Mae McCorkle Pavilion

MSWM vs. West Virginia, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill and Mae McCorkle Pavilion

WR at Penn State, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
State College, Pa.

MVB vs. George Mason, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena

WHKY vs. North Dakota, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Ice Rink

MHKY vs. Notre Dame, 8:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena (CBS College Sports)

Feb. 7-8
WSWM at Purdue Diving Invitational, TBA
West Lafayette, Ind.

Feb. 7
MGYM at USA Gymnastics Winter Cup Challenge, 3:30 p.m.
Las Vegas, Nev.

MGLF at Alumni Match, TBA
Jupiter, Fla.

MTRK at Boston Indoor Games, TBA
Boston, Mass.

MLAX vs. Detroit Mercy, noon
Columbus, Ohio
Woody Hayes Athletic Training Facility

SYNCH hosting Jessica Beck Memorial Meet, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill and Mae McCorkle Pavilion

WHKY vs. North Dakota, 4:07 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Ice Rink

WGYM vs. Iowa, 7 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena

SB vs. Ohio at New Mexico State Tournament, 7 p.m.
Las Cruces, N.M.

MBKB vs. Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena (BTN)

Feb. 8
SB vs. Colorado State at New Mexico State Tournament, 9 a.m.
Las Cruces, N.M.

WTEN vs. Virginia Tech, 11 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio
The Ohio State University Varsity Indoor Tennis Center

SB vs. New Mexico State at New Mexico State Tournament, 11:30 a.m.
Las Cruces, N.M.

MTEN at Wake Forest, noon
Winston-Salem, N.C.

WBKB at Michigan State, 2 p.m.
East Lansing, Mich. (ESPN 2)

MHKY vs. Notre Dame, 2:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena

WR vs. Purdue, 5 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
St. John Arena