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In front of a crowd of 17,385, J Jaggers, a senior on the wrestling team, secured his place in Buckeye wrestling history, becoming just the third student-athlete to win two national titles. Jaggers won his second-consecutive crown in the 141-pound division at the 2009 NCAA Wrestling Championships March 21 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo.

Jaggers captured his second-consecutive title at 141 pounds, downing No. 8 Ryan Williams of Old Dominion, 10-4. Jaggers advanced to the title bout after recording pins in both the quarterfinals and semifinals. He ends his senior campaign with a 28-7 ledger and completes his career with a 108-33 record.

Reece Humphrey, the wrestling team’s No. 2 seed at the NCAA championships, advanced to the title round at 133-pounds but fell, 5-4, to No. 1 Franklin Gomez of Michigan State. The junior from Indianapolis, Ind., received his first All-America honor with the second-place finish and ended his junior campaign with a 30-4 record.

In his run to the finals, Humphrey scored a 15-6 major decision in the quarterfinals vs. conference-rival Jake Strayer of Penn State and rode his way into his first NCAA finals collecting two minutes of riding time to secure a 1-0 decision over Jayson Ness of Minnesota in the semifinals.

Junior Mike Pucillo made his run to defend his 2008 184-pound national title all the way to the final bout of the 2009 NCAA Wrestling Championships, but fell, 6-3, to Northwestern’s No. 1-seed and 2007 NCAA champion, Jake Herbert. Pucillo closed within one during the match but could not deliver Herbert (33-0) his first loss of the season.

Pucillo made it so that Ohio State had three moving into the title round knocking off No. 7 Doug Umbehauer of Rider, 3-2, with a late third-period takedown in the semifinals and earning a 3-1 decision over No. 11 Louis Caputo of Harvard in the quarterfinals. The Strongsville, Ohio, native completed his junior campaign with a 23-2 record.

Athletics Good Stuff

Thirty-six current and former Ohio State student-athletes received degrees at winter commencement ceremonies March 22 in St. John Arena. Highlighting the group, which includes student-athletes from 15 sports, are NCAA champions, All- Americans and Academic All-Americans.

No. 16 Baseball (17-3)
Head coach: Bob Todd
Alex Wimmers pitched his second-consecutive game, going the distance, striking out 14 and not walking a batter, and Ohio State scored twice in the seventh inning for a 2-0 win over Indiana at Chain of Lakes Field March 20. The game did not feature an extra base hit.
The breakthrough run came in the bottom of the seventh. Dan Burkhart and Cory Rupert led off with singles and when Ryan Dew hit a screamer the second baseman could not handle, Burkhart scored from second and Rupert moved to third. Michael Arp ripped a single to right to score Rupert and the Buckeyes had a 2-0 lead.
Remaining in Florida for spring break, Ohio State defeated Army twice March 21, 3-1 and 8-4.
A five-run third inning broke a 3-all tie in the nightcap and gave the Buckeyes a comfortable, five-run cushion, 8-3. The big inning included four hits and two Cadet errors. Michael Stephens and Dew each singled and scored in the inning and Rupert walked and scored. All three scored on the big hit of the inning: Matt Streng’s bases-loaded triple, his third of the year, down the right field line.
A combined two-hitter from Dean Wolosiansky and Drew Rucinski, coupled with just enough run support, enabled the Buckeyes to win game one against Army, 3-1. Ohio State starter Wolosiansky (3-1) went 4.1 innings and allowed just one hit and one run before exiting in the fifth. Rucinski came on in relief and pitched the final 2.2 innings without allowing a run to get his second save of the season.
The Buckeyes then won their ninth-consecutive game in Florida when they beat Hartford, 9-8, March 22. Starting pitcher Ross Oltorik, a true freshman, pitched a career-long 5.0 innings, allowing just one run off six hits to record his first collegiate win against no losses. He struck out a career-best five batters and walked three in his best performance to date as a Buckeye.
Zach Hurley led off the game with a triple and he scored on a groundout. Stephens followed with a single and scored on Justin Miller’s single for a quick, 2-0 lead. Consecutive doubles by Dew and Arp plated another run for a 3-1 lead after the Buckeyes’ second, and then Ohio State scored four times in the seventh off four hits and two Hartford errors. Hurley, Cory Kovanda, Stephens and Miller all singled and scored runs off Hartford reliever Matt Govoni. Three consecutive two-out doubles in the eighth – by Kovanda, Chris Griffin and Miller – increased the lead to 9-1.
The team then had its nine-game winning streaked snapped, 4-1, March 23 against Rollins College. Ohio State finishes its spring break trip with a game vs. No. 6 Miami in Miami, Fla., March 24.
Wimmers was named the Big Ten Conference Pitcher of the Week for the second-consecutive time March 23 after picking up a complete-game win over Indiana in a nonconference matchup on March 20.
The sophomore from Cincinnati recorded 14 strikeouts, allowing no walks and just five singles to improve his season record to 4-0. The right-hander allowed the Hoosiers to hit just .161 in the outing, lowering his opponents’ batting average to .219 on the year, which ranks fifth in the Big Ten. With the outing, Wimmers’ ERA improved to 1.85, which is third in the conference, while his Big Ten-leading strikeouts total increased to 47.
Up Next: at Spring Break Trip, March 20-24 in Winter Haven, Fla., and Orlando and Miami, Fla.
at Penn State, 6:35 p.m. March 27 in State College, Pa.
at Penn State, 2:05 p.m. March 28 in State College, Pa.
at Penn State, 1:05 p.m. March 29 in State College, Pa.

Men’s Basketball (22-11; 10-8 Big Ten)
Head coach: Thad Matta
The Buckeyes came up on the short end of a 74-72 double overtime game vs. Siena in the first round of the NCAA tournament March 20 in Dayton, Ohio. The Scarlet and Gray conclude the 2008-09 season with a 22-11 overall record.
Evan Turner led all scorers with 25 points and had nine rebounds. William Buford was second on the Buckeye squad in scoring with 11.

No. 10 Women’s Basketball (29-5; 15-3)
Head coach: Jim Foster
The No. 3-seed Buckeyes advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2009 NCAA Tournament following a 64-58 win over Mississippi State March 23. In the first round of the tournament, Ohio State scored a 77-63 win over 14th-seed Sacred Heart at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, March 21. Ohio State is 20-17 all-time in the NCAA tournament and made it to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2005.
The 77 points vs. Sacred Heart were the second-most points scored by an Ohio State team in the NCAA tournament in the Foster era (since 2003). The Buckeyes scored 86 in a first round win over Holy Cross in 2005.
Freshman Samantha Prahalis dished out 11 assists over the two games and now has 197 on the season, improving on her Ohio State freshman record. She also recorded season highs with 23 points and 10 made free throws vs. Sacred Heart.
Sophomore Jantel Lavender finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds in Ohio State’s first round game for her 24th double-double of the season and the 37th of her career. The Buckeyes are 31-6 during the past two years when Lavender gets a double-double.
Lavender had 20 points vs. Mississippi State and senior Star Allen added 12 points and 10 rebounds to clinch the team berth into the round of 16.
Ohio State has won 10 consecutive game and 15 of its last 17.
The WBCA announced March 17 head coach Jim Foster is the 2009 RUSSELL ATHLETIC/WBCA Region 6 Coach of the Year, while Lavender was named one of the regional finalists for the State Farm Coaches’ All-America Team.
Ohio State is one of 14 women’s basketball teams in the NCAA tournament that have perfect graduation rates. The graduation rates were based on whether freshmen who entered school between the 1998-99 and 2001-02 school years earned diplomas within six years.
The State Farm Wade Trophy Committee along with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS) named Lavender as one of the 12 finalists in contention for 2009 The State Farm Wade Trophy March 24.

Head coach: Vladimir Nazlymov
Ohio State finished third after four days of competition at the 2009 NCAA Championships in State College, Pa. Host Penn State is the national champion with 195 points, while Notre Dame had 182 victories and Ohio State followed with 166. The third-place finish extended the Buckeyes’ streak of Top 5 finishes at the NCAA championships to eight, dating back to 2002.
Sophomore Oksana Dmytruk won 22 duels on the women’s side, most of the foil group, and entered the medal round as the top seed. Dmytruk faced off with Notre Dame’s Hayley Reese in the opening round and fell by a narrow margin, 13-11. Lindsay Knauer, in her second-career appearance at the NCAA championships, had nine victories in the competition and finished in 18th place.
Freshman Margarita Tschomakova and sophomore Falencia Miller each finished with 14 wins in women’s sabre, placing them ninth and 10th, respectively, in the weapon group.
Seniors Mike Momtselidze and Jason Pryor each went out on a high note in their final collegiate competitions as Buckeyes. Momtselidze took 19 wins in the qualifying rounds, tied with Aleksander Ochocki of Penn State for most in men’s sabre. Momtselidze carried the first place seed into the medal round, but was upended by fourth-seeded Daryl Homer of St. Johns in the opening round, 15-10. Pryor entered the epee medal round as the fourth-seed after 15 wins in the qualifying round. Pryor took top-seeded Graham Wicas of Princeton to the edge in the opening duel of the medal round, but fell in a tight one, 15-14.
Freshmen Igor Tolkachev and Max Stearns also pulled in high finishes for the Buckeyes during the first two days. Tolkachev won 13 duels in taking 11th place in men’s epee, while Stearns won 16 in men’s sabre and finished 8th.

No. 7 Men’s Gymnastics (3-7; 1-6 Big Ten)
Head coach: Miles Avery
A crowd of 500-plus watched six members of the men’s gymnastics team set career highs in St. John Arena March 21 as the squad celebrated senior night with a team total of 349.7. The Buckeyes tallied program-high marks on rings (61.25) and high bar (60.15) but dropped their conference match vs. Michigan who posted a 357.6.
Top performances came from senior Jake Bateman, notching a career and program-high 15.3 on high bar and sophomore Brandon Wynn, accomplishing the same feat on rings with a 16.1. A native of Voorhees, N.J., Wynn’s mark is a best by an NCAA competitor this season. No Division I NCAA gymnast has produced a mark above a 16.0 in 2009.
Bateman, who scored a season-high and second-place 88.65 in the all-around, was joined by his four teammates in the high bar effort, as all Buckeye competitors hit career marks on the apparatus, including juniors Tai Lee with a 15.1 and Justin Myers with a 15.0.
Up Next: at 2009 Big Ten Championships, 7 p.m. April 3-4 in Ann Arbor, Mich. (Television: Big Ten Network)
at 2009 NCAA Championships, All Day April 16-18 in Minneapolis, Minn.

No. 17 Women’s Gymnastics (6-7; 1-3 Big Ten)
Head coach: Carey Fagan
At the Big Ten Championships March 21, freshman Taylor Jones was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and Ohio State finished with a team score of 195.900 to place fifth in Champaign, Ill.
With a 39.100, Jones was second on the team in the all-around. On floor, she posted her event high for the night with a 9.875. She claimed a 9.80 on vault, a 9.725 on beam and a 9.70 on bars. Jones has led the Buckeyes throughout the 2009 season, holding the top spot in the all-around, floor and vault.
Leading the Buckeyes in the meet, sophomore Rebecca Best finished the night with a career-high 39.350 in the all-around to place sixth in the meet. She notched a 9.850 on beam, vault and floor, while posting a 9.80 on bars. Her 9.850 mark on vault and beam marked a career-high score and a tie for fifth-place on beam.
Jones and Best were named to the All-Big Ten women’s gymnastics teams on the eve of the conference championships. Jones is the first selection to the First Team for the 17th-ranked Buckeyes since 2007 and the first freshman under head coach Carey Fagan to receive the top-level nod. This is the second-consecutive All-Big Ten recognition for Best, who was named to the second team as a freshman last season.
Up Next: hosting NCAA Regionals, 6 p.m. April 4 in St. John Arena
at 2009 NCAA Championships, All Day, April 17-19 in Lincoln, Neb.

Men’s Hockey (23-14-4; 13-11-4 CCHA)
Head coach: John Markell
Ohio State earned an at-large No. 4 seed in the Northeast regional of the 2009 NCAA Men’s Hockey Tournament. The Buckeyes will face overall No. 1 seed Boston University at 5:30 p.m. March 28 at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H.
This marks Ohio State’s sixth appearance in the NCAA tournament, all under head coach John Markell, and the first appearance since 2005. Ohio State has one Frozen Four appearance under its belt (1998). This will be the Buckeyes’ first time playing in the Northeast regional.
Up Next: vs. Boston University (NCAA Tournament First Round), 5:30 p.m. March 28 in Manchester, N.H. (Television: ESPN2)

Women’s Hockey
Head coach: Jackie Barto
Former Buckeye All-American Tessa Bonhomme has been named to the Canadian National Team for the 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championships, Hockey Canada announced March 17. The World Women’s Championship, of which Canada has won nine gold medals, will be held April 4-12 in Hmeenlinna, Finland. The defenseman also is one of 26 players selected to participate in the Canadian Centralization Program in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The centralized roster will train in Calgary and be trimmed to 21 players prior to the games.

A native of Sudbury, Ontario, Bonhomme was a member of the gold-medal winning Canadian National Women’s Team at the 2007 IIHF World Women’s Championships and participated in the Olympic Centralization Program in 2005-06. She was the last player cut before the 2006 Turin Games. A member of three Four Nations Cup rosters, Bonhomme helped Team Canada win gold in 2005 and ’06. She played with the Calgary Oval X-treme of the Western Women’s Hockey League this past season

Men’s Lacrosse (4-3)
Head coach: Nick Myers
Despite a career-best 14 saves from junior goalie Brandon Freeman, Ohio State fell to No. 6 UMBC, 9-8, in overtime, at UMBC Stadium in Baltimore March 21. It marks the fourth time in the last five meetings the Buckeyes and Retrievers have needed overtime to decide a game.
The Buckeyes, who were down 4-0 after the first quarter, battled back to tie the game in the third when they outscored UMBC, 2-0. Ohio State held a brief lead early in the fourth quarter before the Retrievers went on a three-goal run to go back ahead, 8-6. Ohio State then received goals from James Green and Mario Ventiquattro, both assisted by Joel Dalgarno, to knot the score at 8 with less than three minutes remaining. In overtime, UMBC won the faceoff and controlled the ball until Alex Hopmann scored his fourth of the game, coming on the only shot of OT, to give the Retrievers the win.
Dalgarno had a team-best two assists and three points, with Jeff Ryan and Green each scoring twice. Senior Nick Carr won 10-of-15 faceoffs in the game.
Up Next: at Colgate, 7 p.m. March 24 in Hamilton, N.Y.
vs. Quinnipiac, 1 p.m. March 28 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
at Bellarmine, 1 p.m. April 4 in Louisville, Ky.

No. 16 Women’s Lacrosse (7-1; 1-0 ALC)
Head coach: Sue Stimmel
Ohio State topped Duquesne, 20-11, at Rooney Stadium in Pittsburgh March 22. The Buckeyes took an 8-0 lead before the Dukes got on the scoreboard, with three goals each from Maghan Beaudrault and Kelly Haggerty among those first eight. Ohio State led 17-3 at the half.
Haggerty finished the game with six goals and two assists for a team-best eight points; other scorers for the Buckeyes were Beaudrault (four goals, one assist); Alayna Markwordt (two goals, four assists); Lauren Sterner (two goals); and one goal each from Jayme Beard, Olivia Annalora, Gabby Capuzzi, Rachel Hawes, Kelsay Tabor and Margaret Prunte.
Up Next: vs. California, 7 p.m. March 24 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
vs. Canisius, 1 p.m. March 29 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
vs. North Carolina, 7:30 p.m. April 3 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
vs. Maryland, 1:30 p.m. April 5 in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

Head coach: Jim Sweeney
The women’s pistol team completed an undefeated season by winning the NRA Intercollegiate National Championship at Ft. Benning, Ga., March 19. The Buckeyes defeated the U.S. Naval Academy, 2,642 to 2,633. Ohio State finished first in both the air and sport pistol competitions to capture the title. This is the Scarlet and Gray’s fourth title in the last 10 years also winning the championship in 2005, 2004 and 2000.

No. 17 Softball (22-3; 2-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Linda Kalafatis
Ohio State opened its new stadium by shutting out Michigan State, 8-0, in six innings March 21 at New Buckeye Field in front of a program regular-season record 675 fans.
Kim Reeder threw out the first pitch at 2:03 p.m. and went on to pitch six innings of shutout ball, striking out a career-high tying 12 batters and giving up just three hits. Reeder is now 11-2 on the season and moves to within four wins of second place on the all-time wins list (Katie Chain, 67). Courtney Pruner helped lead the offensive charge by hitting the first homerun in the new stadium, a three-run blast to left center, in the bottom of the sixth.
The Buckeyes used two homeruns and 10 total hits as they defeated Michigan State, 9-1, in six innings at New Buckeye Field in front of 603 fans March 22. Whitney Cooper and Leah Ledford each hit the ball out of the park as Ohio State extended its winning streak to 11 games and moved to 22-3 on the season, 2-0 in the Big Ten.
Ohio State has won each of its last four games by run rule and a total of eight this season. The Scarlet and Gray out-scored the Spartans 17-1 on the weekend, extending its run-scoring margin to 155-34.
Up Next: at North Carolina, 5 p.m. March 24 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
at North Carolina State, 2 p.m. March 25 in Raleigh, N.C.
at North Carolina State, 4:30 p.m. March 25 in Raleigh, N.C.
vs. Iowa, 2 p.m. March 28 at Buckeye Field
vs. Iowa, 2 p.m. March 29 at Buckeye Field

Women’s Swimming and Diving
Head coach: Bill Dorenkott
Sophomore divers Katie Bell and Kristen Asman earned All-America honors on the 10-meter platform event at the 2009 NCAA women’s swimming and diving championships in College Station, Texas, March 21.
Bell, a Columbus native, finished fifth on the platform with a score of 301.95. Asman, also from Columbus, took eighth with 237.00 points. This is the second-consecutive All-America honor for Asman in the event.

No. 6 Men’s Tennis (17-1; 2-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Ty Tucker
For the second time this season, Ohio State downed No. 17 Pepperdine, this time by a 6-1 score March 24 at the Ralph-Straus Tennis Center in Malibu, Calif.
Buckeyes Matt Allare and Balazs Novak clinched the doubles point with an 8-5 win at the No. 3 position over the Waves’ Mahmoud Kamel and Alex Moreno. Teammates Shuhei Uzawa and Bryan Koniecko garnered an 8-4 win over Hugh Clarke and Alex Llompart at No. 2 doubles to start things off.
In singles play, Ohio State quickly jumped out to a 3-0 lead courtesy of wins by Allare and Novak at Nos. 4 and 5 singles, respectively. Allare, ranked 100 in the ITA standings, downed Kamel, 6-4, 6-1, and No. 88 Novak handed Moreno a 6-1, 6-1 loss. Allare owns the team’s longest winning streak with 16-consecutive victories.
With the Buckeyes needing only one more win to claim the match, Uzawa proved to be clutch with his straight-set victory against Jenson Turner 6-3, 6-3. Uzawa now is a winner of eight-consecutive singles matches and improves to 23-6 overall.

No. 35 Women’s Tennis (9-6, 2-0 Big Ten)
Head coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Despite desert winds exceeding 35 miles per hour at the Darling Tennis Center in Las Vegas, Nev., No. 35 Ohio State was a 6-1 winner against 53rd-ranked Utah in the Buckeyes’ final nonconference dual match of the 2009 season.
Paloma Escobedo and Kirsten Flower at No. 3 to take an 8-1 decision over Leigh Walsh and Karine Bourdages. The Buckeyes kept the winning going in doubles, with Julie Blackmore and Cami Hubbs taking down Lisa Johnson and Anastasia Putilina at No. 2, 8-3, to pick up their sixth win of the spring together.
Angela DiPastina and Christina Keesey finished out the doubles point in their first match as a nationally ranked tandem, defeating Erin Monson and Andrea Maughan at No. 1, 8-5.
After doubles, the Buckeyes quickly jumped to a 2-0 match advantage when Bourdages retired from her match at No. 6 singles with freshman Kelsey Haviland in the first set, tied at 3-3. Keesey, playing at her highest singles position this season, defeated Johnson at No. 3 in straight sets, 6-2, 6-3.
Blackmore provided the match clinching win from the No. 5 position over Lexi Provancha, winning the first set 6-4, dropping the second 4-6, before claiming the third, 6-3. The win was Blackmore’s 70th career singles victory, moving her past Leann Grimes (1975-78) for 8th all-time at Ohio State.
Up Next: at Iowa, 4 p.m. in Iowa City

Men’s Volleyball (9-9; 5-1 MIVA)
Head coach: Pete Hanson
Ohio State dropped a 3-1 (30-27, 30-24, 29-31, 30-27) decision at George Mason March 20. John Albertson posted a team-high 23 points with 17 kills, one ace serve, three solo blocks and four assist blocks.
For the match, Ohio State hit .264 to .246 for George Mason. The Buckeyes had a 69-59 advantage in kills and a 63-55 margin in assists. Steven Kehoe posted 56 assists and defensively, the Buckeyes had a 51-42 advantage in digs with Kehoe recording match-high honors with 11 digs each.
Ohio State defeated Rutgers-Newark, 3-0 (30-15, 30-19, 30-20) in The Golden Dome March 21. Ben Spurlock posted a match-high 12 points with nine kills and six assist blocks. He tied his career-high .900 hitting percentage in the match on 10 attempts.
Up Next: at Ball State, 7:30 p.m. March 27 in Muncie, Ind.
at Loyola-Chicago, 7 p.m. April 3 in Chicago, Ill.
at Lewis, 7 p.m. April 4 in Romeoville, Ill.

Women’s Volleyball
Head coach: Geoff Carlson
Ohio State recruits, Emily Danks and Amanda Peterson have been named members of the Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 list honoring the top-50 high school seniors for 2009. Both signed national letters of intent last fall to play for the Buckeyes.

Head coach: Tom Ryan
For the second-consecutive year, Ohio State finished as the national runner-up at the NCAA championships in St. Louis, Mo., March 21 with 92 points, 4.5 points behind champion Iowa. 141-pounder J Jaggers concluded his Buckeye career with his second-consecutive national title, joining Tommy Rowlands (2002 and 2004) and Kevin Randleman (1992 and 1993) as the only two-time Buckeye national champions.
The Scarlet and Gray also boasted a pair of individual national runners-up in Reece Humphrey (133) and Mike Pucillo (184). Lance Palmer also earned All-America honors with a fourth-place finish at 149 pounds.
Following the championships, head coach Tom Ryan was named National Coach of the Year, three days after Lou Rosselli was named Assistant Coach of the Year.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
March 24-29

March 24
SB at North Carolina, 5 p.m. in Chapel Hill, N.C.
BSB vs. Miami (Fla.) (Spring Break Trip), 6 p.m. in Miami, Fla.
WLAX vs. California, 7 p.m. in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
MLAX at Colgate, 9 p.m. in Hamilton, N.Y.

March 25-29
WTRK at Raleigh Relays, TBA in Raleigh, N.C.

March 25
SB at North Carolina State, 2 p.m. in Raleigh, N.C.
SB at North Carolina State, 4:30 p.m. in Raleigh, N.C.

March 26-28
SYNCH at U.S. Collegiate National Championships, TBA in San Antonio, Texas

March 26-28
MSWM at NCAA Championships, TBA in College Station, Texas

March 27-29
MGLF at Spring Break Championship, TBA in West Palm Beach, Fla.
WGLF at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, TBA in Athens, Ga.

March 27
MTEN vs. Iowa, 3 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio
WTEN at Iowa, 4 p.m. in Iowa City, Iowa
BSB at Penn State, 6:35 p.m. in State College, Pa.
MVB at Ball State, 7:30 p.m. in Muncie, Ind.

March 28-29
ROW at Pac-10 Challenge Presented by Windermere, TBA in Redwood City, Calif.
MTRK at Cardinal Invitational, TBA in Palo Alto, Calif.

March 28
MLAX vs. Quinnipiac, 1 p.m. in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
SB vs. Iowa, 2 p.m. at Buckeye Field
BSB at Penn State, 2:05 p.m. in State College, Pa.

March 29
WTEN at Minnesota, noon in Minneapolis, Minn.
MTEN vs. Minnesota, noon in Columbus, Ohio
WLAX vs. Canisius, 1 p.m. in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
BSB at Penn State, 1:05 p.m. in State College, Pa.
SB vs. Iowa, 2 p.m. at Buckeye Field
MTEN vs. Toledo, 5:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio