Athletes of the Week
Sophomore Joseph Palmer of the men’s hockey team was named the Central Collegiate Hockey Association Goaltender of the Week, the league announced Feb. 25. Palmer, a native of Yorkville, N.Y., backstopped the Buckeyes to a win and tie on the road at No. 9 Notre Dame over the weekend, allowing just three goals and making 58 saves in the series.

In the series opener Friday, Palmer stopped 22-of-23 shots in the Buckeyes’ 3-1 victory over the Irish. He had 10 saves in the third period to protect the Buckeyes’ then one-goal lead. Palmer and the Buckeye penalty kill were 6-for-6 in the game, with Palmer making seven saves on the PK in the first period alone. Saturday, Palmer stopped 36-of-38 shots, including all 19 he faced in the third period and overtime, as Ohio State and Notre Dame tied, 2-2. His 36 saves are the third-highest total of his career, as he was named the first star of the game.

On the weekend, Palmer had a 1.44 goals-against average and .951 save percentage.

James Clark helped the rifle team to smallbore and air rifle championships in the Western Intercollegiate Rifle Conference last weekend. Clark won the air rifle competition with a 390 mark and tied for third in smallbore rifle with a 564 score. Clark was named to the first-team All-Conference squad in both smallbore and air rifle.

Senior gymnast Maalika Moore-Thomas scored a near-perfect score on floor, notching a 9.950 to help the Buckeyes to a season-high score on the event and clinch the win over No. 16 Penn State, 194.250-193.650, Feb. 24 in St. John Arena. The mark set a career-best for the senior from Tampa, Fla., who also added a 9.750 on vault. Moore-Thomas ranks second on vault and floor for the Buckeyes. She holds a 9.825 RQS on floor tying the No. 18 ranking in the nation. She is No. 5 in the central region and No. 6 in the Big Ten on floor. On vault, Moore-Thomas ranks No. 17 in the Big Ten and is tied for No. 24 in the central region with a 9.735 regional qualifying score.

Athletics Good Stuff

Baseball (3-0; 0-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Bob Todd
Junior captain Justin Miller drove home the winning run with an eighth-inning double his fourth double of the tournament that scored senior Tony Kennedy and enabled Ohio State to win the Service Academies Spring Classic Feb. 24 with a 6-5 victory over Seton Hall. Miller, who started at three different infield positions during the tournament, was named tournament MVP as he collected six hits and four RBI. The Buckeyes are 3-0 for the first time in six years.
Ohio State junior pitcher/utility player J.B. Shuck was selected as the Big Ten Conference’s initial 2008 Pitcher of the Week for his standout performance in Ohio State’s 1-0 win over Memphis Feb. 23. The honor marks the first time since 2000 that a Buckeye pitcher has been honored by the conference to open the season. Shuck recorded a career-high nine strikeouts in six innings of work, allowing just two hits and walking two.
Senior captain Dan DeLucia pitched well in his first competitive action in nearly a year, while his brother, Brian DeLucia, and J.B. Shuck combined for seven hits and four runs scored to carry the Buckeyes to a season-opening 7-3 victory over Arkansas State in the Service Academies Spring Classic.
Sophomore Cory Kovanda’s first-inning run and the combination of stellar pitching from junior starting pitcher Shuck and freshman Alex Wimmers led the Buckeyes to a 1-0 win over Memphis in game two of the Service Academies Spring Classic.
Shuck went 6.0 innings and gave up just two hits and two walks while striking out a career-high nine batters to get the win. He retired seven consecutive batters between the fourth and sixth innings and for the game allowed just one Tiger to reach third base.
Up Next: at Dominos Pizza Aggies Baseball Classic, Feb. 29-March 2 in College Station, Texas
at Papa John’s Palm Beach Challenge, March 7-9 in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Men’s Basketball (17-10; 8-6 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Thad Matta
In the Buckeyes’ fifth-consecutive sellout at Value City Arena and seventh overall this season, Ohio State lost to No. 10 Wisconsin, 58-53, Feb. 24.
With 10 points and 10 rebounds freshman Kosta Koufos recorded his seventh double-double of the season and third-consecutive game with a double-double. Koufos is the first Buckeye to record three-consecutive double-doubles since Greg Oden did it four straight. Ohio State is 4-2 when the Canton, Ohio, native records a double-double.
Up Next: at Indiana, 7 p.m. Feb. 26 in Bloomington, Ind. (Television: ESPN)
at Minnesota, 4 p.m. March 1 in Minneapolis, Minn. (Television: ESPN)
vs. Purdue, 7 p.m. March 4 in Value City Arena (Television: ESPN)
vs. Michigan State, TBA March 9 in Value City Arena (Television: TBA)

No. 18 Women’s Basketball (20-7; 11-5 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Jim Foster
After an eight-day break, Ohio State returned to action at Value City Arena Feb. 18 and defeated Purdue, 72-56, before its three-game win streak came to a halt with a 69-61 overtime loss at Indiana Feb. 25.
Senior guard Marscilla Packer scored a game-high 18 points, including 16 in the second half. Freshman guard Shavelle Little tied her career best with 11 points.
Ohio State then hosted Iowa in Value City Arena Feb. 21 and handed the Hawkeyes a 69-56 loss. The win over Iowa moved Ohio State into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten standings.
Freshman Jantel Lavender set an Ohio State freshman record against Iowa for field goals in a season with 193, breaking the old mark of 189 set by Katie Smith during the 1993 Final Four season. Lavender finished with 18 points on 8-of-19 shooting and eight rebounds.
The win against Iowa also marked head coach Jim Foster’s ninth-consecutive 20-win season — his sixth at Ohio State in as many years.
Up Next: at Indiana, 7 p.m. Feb. 25 in Bloomington, Ind. (Television: Big Ten Network)
at Penn State, 7 p.m. Feb. 28 in State College, Pa.
vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m. March 2 in Value City Arena.

Head Coach: Vladimir Nazlymov
For the sixth-consecutive season, Ohio State won the Midwest Conference title Feb. 24 at the Joyce Center Fieldhouse on the campus of Notre Dame. The Buckeyes took five of six weapons, including both men’s and women’s sabre, men’s and women’s foil and men’s epee.
In total, the Scarlet and Gray earned 1,325 points, just 25 shy of a perfect 1,350. Second place Notre Dame earned 1,255 points, while third place Northwestern came in third with 1,075.
The team title comes a day after the individual competition in which four Buckeyes won titles and Ohio State notched 13 Top 5 finishes overall.
Up Next: NCAA Midwest Regional Qualifier, TBA March 1 in Detroit, Mich.,
hosting NCAA Championships, TBA March 13-16 in French Field House

Women’s Golf
Head Coach: Therese Hession
Ohio State placed fourth at the Central District Invitational Feb. 19 in Parrish, Fla., with a tournament total of 913 (+49).
Leading the Buckeyes was senior Carling Coffing, who closed out the tournament with two rounds of even-par 72 to tie for third at 5-over 221. The finish was the second-highest of her career and earned her co-Big Ten Golfer of the Week honors.
Also in the Top 20 for Ohio State was Emma Jandel, who tied for 18th with a score of 229. It was the seventh Top 20 finish of her career.
Junior Jessica Hauser recorded the best 54 holes of her career with a total of 232 (+16) to tie for 28th with scores of 77-74-81. Senior Haley Brown capped off her first tournament action of the season with the second-lowest Buckeye score of the third round with a 77. She tied for 31st with a total of 233.
Up Next: at The Naples Challenge, March 2 in Naples, Fla.
at Betsy Rawls Invitational, March 17-18 in Austin, Texas.

Men’s Golf
Head Coach: Jim Brown
Ohio State opened the 54-hole Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Monday with a team total of 1-over 577 and occupy sixth place after 36 holes of play in Orlando, Fla.. The Buckeyes shot 288 in the morning round and 289 in the afternoon session.
Senior co-captain Kyle Coconis is tied for 16th with Brad Smith at 1-under 143 to lead the Buckeyes. Coconis, from Zanesville, Ohio, shot an opening round of 71 and followed it up with an even-par 72. Smith, a freshman from Peru, Ind., had a morning round of 72 before firing a 71.
Freshman Bo Hoag put himself in position to have another solid tournament after shooting 72-73 (+1). Hoag, a native of Upper Arlington, Ohio, is in a tie for 29th and is the third Buckeye golfer in the Top 30.

No. 7 Men’s Gymnastics (4-7; 3-4 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Miles Avery
Despite posting its second-consecutive season-best team total, Ohio State fell to No. 2 Penn State, 360.55-353.05, Feb. 24 in St. John Arena.
The junior class led Ohio State to its season-high with three event wins. Eddie Hay scored a season-best 15.75 on floor for first place, Andy Saurber had a 14.55 on pommel horse for the win and tri-captain Jake Bateman notched a season-best on parallel bars with a 15.5, recording his third first-place finish on the apparatus in 2008.
Bateman took second in the all-around with a career-high 89.55 while freshman Brandon Wynn recorded season highs on four events en route to a season-high 87.0 score in the all-around for fourth place.
Up Next: vs. Oklahoma, 7 p.m. March 8 in St. John Arena
at Michigan, 7 p.m. March 22 in Ann Arbor, Mich.

No. 22 Women’s Gymnastics (5-2-1; 2-0-1 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Carey Fagan
With a season-best score of 49.375 on floor in the final rotation, Ohio State defeated No. 16 Penn State, 194.250-193.650, Feb. 24 in St. John Arena. It is the Buckeyes’ first win over the Nittany Lions since Jan. 27, 2001.
With a near-perfect 9.950 on floor, senior Maalika Moore-Thomas led the Buckeyes to a season-high score on the event. Moore-Thomas notched a career-high with the event win and added a 9.750 for the Buckeyes on vault.
Sophomore Hillary Dow led the Buckeyes with her first-career all-around win and also had a first-place finish on vault. Dow scored a career-high 39.000 in the all-around and a season-best 9.80 on vault. She added career highs on bars with a 9.725 and floor with a 9.800. Dow led Ohio State on beam with a 9.675.
Senior Kaylan Clevinger took first on bars with a 9.875. She has led the Buckeyes on bars in every meet she has competed in this season. Clevinger posted a career-high 9.875 on floor to help Ohio State with its season-best score.
Up Next: at Missouri Cat Classic, 8 p.m. Feb. 29 in Columbia, Mo.
vs. Kentucky, 2 p.m. March 9 in Columbus, Ohio

Men’s Hockey (11-21-4; 7-16-3 CCHA)
Head Coach: John Markell
Down by one goal after the first period, the Buckeyes rallied for the 3-1 victory over No. 9 Notre Dame in game one Feb. 22 in Notre Dame, Ind.
Senior Tommy Goebel and freshman Patrick Schafer scored late in the second period to help the Buckeyes take a 2-1 lead and senior captain Matt McIlvane capped the OSU scoring with an empty-netter in the third. Sophomore Joseph Palmer had 22 saves.
Behind 36 saves from Palmer in game two, Ohio State tied Notre Dame, 2-2, Feb. 23 to remain undefeated against the Fighting Irish in its last 10 games (7-0-3) in South Bend.
A pair of freshmen in Todd Rudasill and Sergio Somma scored for the Buckeyes in the series finale.
Up Next: vs. Miami, 7:05 p.m. Feb. 26 in Value City Arena
at Miami, 7:35 p.m. Feb. 29 in Oxford, Ohio (Television: CSTV)
CCHA Tournament First Round, TBA March 7-9 at campus sites

Women’s Hockey (16-15-3; 11-14-3 WCHA)
Coach: Jackie Barto
Senior Erin Keys scored a hat trick and a total of 11 Buckeyes had a point as Ohio State defeated Bemidji State by a 6-3 score in game one Feb. 22 in Bemidji, Minn.
Along with the three goals by Keys, junior forward Morgan Marziali also had three points on a career-high three assists. Senior defenseman Tessa Bonhomme had two assists and junior forward Hayley Klassen had a goal and assist.
The Buckeyes completed the regular season with the series sweep when they beat the Beavers, 3-2, Feb. 23. Keys concluded the series with four goals, while Marziali had five assists and Klassen had a goal and three assists to total 13 points by Ohio State’s top line.
With a goal and assist in game two, Bonhomme set the Ohio State record for points in a season by a defenseman with 41 (14g, 27a). Bonhomme also is tied for second in the WCHA in all-time defenseman career scoring with 124 points.
Up Next: at St. Cloud State (First Round WCHA Playoffs), 2:07 p.m. (CT) Feb. 29
at St. Cloud State (First Round WCHA Playoffs), 2:07 p.m. (CT) March 1
at St. Cloud State (First Round WCHA Playoffs), 2:07 p.m. (CT) March 2 (if necessary)

Men’s Lacrosse (1-1; 0-0 GWLL)
Head Coach: Joe Breschi
Jeff Ryan had two goals and three assists for five points to lead the Buckeyes to a 13-6 victory over Colgate Feb. 24 at North Turf Field. Ohio State overcame a two-goal deficit (5-3) for its first win of the 2008 season.
Three Buckeyes each had four points on a hat trick and an assist in the game senior Kevin Buchanan, junior Joel Dalgarno and junior transfer Peet Poillon. In addition, sophomore James Green had a goal and an assist.
Up Next: at Bucknell, 1 p.m. March 1 in Lewisburg, Pa.
vs. Penn State, noon March 8, location TBA

Women’s Lacrosse (2-1; 0-0 ALC)
Head Coach: Sue Stimmel
The Buckeyes defeated Duquesne, 14-10, Feb. 19 at North Turf Field.
Sophomore Brittney Zerhusen led Ohio State with five points on two goals and three assists against the Dukes. Sophomore Kelly Haggerty and freshman Maghan Beaudrault each scored four goals.
Junior goalkeeper Kristen Gilwee had five saves, while freshman Annie Carruthers had four stops.
Ohio State then went on to drop a 14-11 decision to No. 11 Notre Dame Feb. 24 at North Turf Field.
Beaudrault led Ohio State with four goals, while Jessica Patane and Kristen Slahor added three goals each against the Irish.
Up Next: at UC Davis, 3 p.m. Feb. 29 in Davis, Calif.
at Cal Berkeley, 11 a.m. March 2 in Berkeley, Calif.
at Johns Hopkins, 1 p.m. March 9 in Baltimore, Md.

Head Coach: Jim Sweeney
Ohio State qualified in open air pistol, second in open standard pistol and third in open free pistol for the Collegiate National Championship, March 10-14, at Ft. Benning, Ga. OSU is ranked second overall in the open events with a 6,368 score.
In the women’s events, the Buckeyes rank second overall with a 2,689 score. They rank second in women’s sport pistol and third in women’s air pistol.
Individual qualifiers for Ohio State include Seth Berglee, Ryan Devine and Krystin Schmid n the open free pistol event. Berglee, Teresa Meyer, Tyler Phillips and Schmid have qualified for the open standard pistol event. Buckeye qualifiers in the open air event included Berglee, Meyer, Schmid, Devine and Peter Orban. In the women’s events, Meyer and Schmid have qualified in both the sport and air events.

Head Coach: Pat Cherry
Serving as host of the Western Intercollegiate Rifle Conference championship Feb. 22-23, Ohio State won both the smallbore and air rifle events. The Buckeyes scored a 2,246 for the smallbore title with Akron finishing second at 2,232. Ohio State then won the air title with a 1,522 with Morehead State finishing second at 1,524.
Freshman James Clark finished first in the air rifle competition with a 390. Clark and classmate Jasmine Margaria tied for third with 564 points in the smallbore event.
Clark later was named to the first-team All-Conference squad in both smallbore and air rifle. Junior Steven Nozaki earned first-team honors in air rifle. Margaria received second-team smallbore laurels with senior Kelly Lake earning second-team recognition.

No. 18 Softball (11-4; 0-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Linda Kalafatis
Junior Kim Reeder threw a four-hit shutout and the Buckeyes scored an unearned run in the sixth inning to account for all the scoring as 18th-ranked Ohio State shut out No. 26 Fresno State, 1-0, Feb. 22 in the opener of the Palm Springs Classic at Big League Dreams Sports Complex.
The Buckeyes followed the shut out performance with a 4-0 victory over No. 23 Cal State Fullerton, the team that knocked them out of the NCAA tournament at home last season.
Sophomores Lindsay Bodeker threw a six-hit shutout and Sam Marder hit her fifth home run of the season to lift the Buckeyes to their second shutout of the day in Palm Springs.
The Buckeyes continued action in Palm Springs Feb. 23 and went 0-2, dropping 3-1 and 9-8 decisions to No. 12 Stanford and Oregon State, respectively.
Against the Beavers, senior Brittany Vanderink stole her team-leading sixth base of the season and now has stolen 23-consecutive bases dating back to last season. She is 53-for-56 in her career. Freshman Brittany Goodchild had three hits against Oregon State, tying a career high.
The Buckeyes concluded their stay in Palm Springs with a 3-2 record after winning their final game against Fordham, 9-1.
Freshman Karisa Medrano led Ohio State with four hits against Fordham, which ties the program record for hits by a freshman.
Up Next: at UNLV Invitational, March 7-9 in Las Vegas
at Capital Classic, March 14-16 in Sacramento, Calif.

Women’s Swimming and Diving
Head Coach: Jeanne Fleck
Ohio State finished eighth at the 2008 Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships, which ran from Feb. 21-23 in McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. The University of Minnesota earned the title with a total of 660.5 points.
Highlighting the championships for the Buckeyes was the performance of freshman Kristen Asman on the platform. After a solid showing in the preliminaries, Asman scored 288.15 points to earn a second-place finish. The day before Asman finished seventh on the 3-meter board. Classmate Bianca Alvarez also put together a solid effort, finishing second on the 3-meter. On the first day of competition, Alvarez led the Buckeyes on the 1-meter with a third-place finish. Junior Chelsea Davis was fourth, while Asman finished sixth. Asman and Alvarez would go on to earn second-team All-Big Ten honors.
In the pool, the quartet of senior captain Linda Lund-Kristiansen, freshman Anita Beck, freshman Maggie O’Brien and senior Annie Rennebohm closed out the meet with a ninth-place finish in a “B” cut time of 3:24.28 in the 400 freestyle relay.
Up Next: at Last Chance Meet, TBA
March 2 hosting NCAA Diving Zones, All Day
March 14-16 in McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

Women’s Tennis (6-2; 0-0 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Chuck Merzbacher
Ohio State defeated Oregon, 5-2, Feb. 24 in the OSU Varsity Tennis Center.
The Buckeyes swept the doubles point for the third-consecutive match, led by the pair of Angela DiPastina and Christina Keesey at the No. 1 spot. The tandem defeated Celine Rolly and Stephanie MacFarlane, 8-2.
Freshman Paloma Escobedo was a 6-1, 6-3, victor over Anna Powaska in No. 2 singles to clinch the match for Ohio State. The win runs Escobedo to 4-0 from the No. 2 spot this season.
Up Next: vs. Louisville, 3 p.m. Feb. 27 in OSU Varsity Tennis Center
vs. Cleveland State, 8 p.m. in OSU Varsity Tennis Center
vs. Cornell, 10 a.m. March 2 in OSU Varsity Tennis Center
vs. Eastern Michigan, 4 p.m. March 2 in OSU Varsity Tennis Center
vs. Indiana, 10 a.m. March 8 in OSU Varsity Tennis Center

Men’s Track and Field
Head Coach: Robert Gary
Ohio State posted solid numbers in the Zips Open Feb. 22 in Akron, Ohio, in its final tune-up before the Big Ten championships. The Buckeyes were led by season-best performances from senior weight throwers Lenny Jatsek and David Ebersole. Jatsek won the event with a toss of 69 feet, 9 inches, which is an NCAA provisional toss and the eighth-best mark in the nation. Jatsek’s toss also is the top toss in the Big Ten this season. Ebersole hit a NCAA provisional length with a toss of 67 feet, 7 inches. Ebersole’s toss is third in the Big Ten this season and 11th nationally.
Also in the field, senior Kyle Burns took the top spot in the pole vault with a leap of 16 feet, 7 inches. On the track, sophomore Chad Balyo won the mile in a season-best time of 4:09.61. The Buckeyes had the Top 3 collegiate finishers in the 3,000-meter run as freshman Adam Green took second in a time of 8:24.27. Senior Alex Bailey was third (8:24.63) and freshman Christopher Olinger was fourth (8:28.82).
Senior Anthony Cole won the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.80 and freshman Aaron Johnson took third in a time of 6.94. Sophomore Brian Hartline, also a wide receiver on the football team, made his debut with the Ohio State track team, taking second in the 60-meter hurdles in a time of 8.19. Sophomore Jonathan Francois took third in a time of 8.31.
Up Next: at Big Ten Indoor Championships, March 1-2 in Madison, Wis.
at Alex Wilson Last Chance, 5 p.m. March 7 in South Bend, Ind.
at Alex Wilson Last Chance, 8 a.m. March 8 in South Bend, Ind.

No. 10 Men’s Volleyball (8-3; 5-1 MIVA)
Head Coach: Pete Hanson
Ohio State lost, 3-1, to No. 3 Long Beach State in game one Feb. 22 in St. John Arena. Junior Robbie Klein scored a team-high 22 points with 20 kills, a solo block and two assists.
In the series finale, the Buckeyes dropped a 3-0 decision to third-ranked Long Beach State Feb. 23. Senior Brett Versen had a team-high 12 points for Ohio State with 11 kills and a solo block. Freshman John Klanac added 10.5 points with 10 kills and an assist block.
Up Next: vs. Cal-Irvine, 7 p.m. Feb. 29 in Irvine, Calif.
vs. Cal-Irvine, 7 p.m. March 1 in Irvine, Calif.
at Mercyhurst, 7 p.m. March 6 in Erie, Pa.
at IPFW, 7 p.m. March 8 in Fort Wayne, Ind.

No. 6 Wrestling (19-4; 6-2 Big Ten)
Head Coach: Tom Ryan
The Buckeyes wrapped up their regular season with a 23-18 loss to No. 9 Minnesota Feb. 24 in Minneapolis.
Redshirt-junior J Jaggers and sophomore Lance Palmer upset the third-ranked wrestlers in their respective weight classes. Jaggers defeated Manuel Rivera, 6-4, while Palmer pinned Dustin Schlatter in 3:19.
With their wins at heavyweight and 184 pounds, J.D. Bergman and Mike Pucillo concluded Big Ten Conference action with perfect 8-0 records.
Up Next: at Big Ten Championships, All Day March 8-9 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule
Feb. 26 – March 2

Feb. 26
Men’s golf at Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, TBA
Orlando, Fla.

Men’s basketball at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Bloomington, Ind.

Men’s hockey vs. Miami, 7:05 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena

Feb. 27
Men’s tennis at Baylor, TBA
Waco, Texas

Women’s tennis vs. Louisville, 3 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Varsity Tennis Center

Women’s tennis vs. Cleveland State, 8 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Varsity Tennis Center

Feb. 28
Men’s swimming and diving at Big Ten Championships, TBA
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Women’s basketball at Penn State, 7 p.m.
State College, Pa.

Feb. 29-March 2
Women’s hockey at First Round of WCHA Playoffs, TBA
location TBA

Feb. 29
Men’s swimming and diving at Big Ten Championships, TBA
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Women’s lacrosse at UC Davis, 3 p.m.
Davis, Calif.

Men’s volleyball at Cal-Irvine, 7 p.m.
Irvine, Calif.

Baseball vs. Texas A&M (Dominos Pizza Aggies Baseball Classic), 7:30 p.m.
College Station, Texas

Men’s hockey at Miami, 7:35 p.m.
Oxford, Ohio

Women’s gymnastics at Missouri Cat Classic, 8 p.m.
Columbia, Mo.

March 1
Men’s swimming and diving at Big Ten Championships, TBA
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Men’s track and field at Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day
Madison, Wis.

Women’s track and field at Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day
Minneapolis, Minn.

Fencing at NCAA Regional Qualifier, TBA
Detroit, Mich.

Pistol vs. Purdue, TBA
Columbus, Ohio
Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range in Converse Hall

Men’s lacrosse at Bucknell, 1 p.m.
Lewisburg, Pa.

Baseball vs. Louisiana Tech (Dominos Pizza Aggies Baseball Classic), 1:30 p.m.
College Station, Texas

Synchronized swimming hosting North Regional Championships, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

Men’s basketball at Minnesota, 4 p.m.
Minneapolis, Minn.

Men’s volleyball at Cal-Irvine, 7 p.m.
Irvine, Calif.

March 2
Men’s track and field at Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day
Madison, Wis.

Women’s track and field at Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day
Minneapolis, Minn.

Women’s basketball vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
Value City Arena

Women’s golf at The Naples Challenge, TBA
Naples, Fla.

Women’s swimming and diving at Last Chance Meet, TBA,
location TBA

Women’s tennis vs. Cornell, 10 a.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Varsity Tennis Center

Women’s lacrosse at Cal Berkeley, 11 a.m.
Berkeley, Calif.

Baseball vs. Arkansas (Dominos Pizza Aggies Baseball Classic), noon
College Station, Texas

Women’s tennis vs. Eastern Michigan, 4 p.m.
Columbus, Ohio
OSU Varsity Tennis Center