November 19, 2021

Buckeyes Earn Four Wins on Day 2 of OSU Invitational

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – At the conclusion of day two of the OSU Invitational, the Ohio State swim and dive program earned four event wins on its way to first and second-place scores for the No. 10 women and No. 11 men, respectively.

Day 2 Team Scores

Women

  1. Ohio State 1490.5
  2. Indiana 1433
  3. Kentucky 1398
  4. Notre Dame 989
  5. UCLA 982.5
  6. Virginia Tech 642
  7. Navy Academy 566
  8. Pitt 527
  9. Miami (Fla.) 158
  10. Cincinnati 114

Men

  1. Indiana 1956.5
  2. Ohio State 1575
  3. Virginia Tech 1107.5
  4. Notre Dame 1029.5
  5. Pitt 793
  6. Kentucky 790
  7. Cincinnati 439
  8. Miami (Fla.) 107
  9. Kenyon 34
  10. Navy 9.5

Event Wins
Women’s 200 Medley Relay – Crane, Bach, Zenick, Fulmer (1:35.28)
Men’s 200 Medley Relay – Armstrong, McDaniel, Quach, Gaziev (1:24.24)
Women’s 100 Fly – Katherine Zenick (51.65)
Women’s 100 Breast – Hannah Bach (58.08)

NCAA A Cuts

Ohio State A Relay – Women’s 200 Medley Relay (1:35.28); Hannah Bach – 100 Breast (58.08)

NCAA B Cuts

Ohio State A Relay – Men’s 200 Medley Relay (1:35.28); Katie Trace – 400 IM (4:08.80); Kyra Sommerstad – 400 IM (4:13.63); Josie Panitz – 400 IM (4:16.93), 100 Breast (1:00.07); Sally Tafuto – 400 IM (4:15.52); Mia Rankin – 400 IM (4:16.78); Fabio Dalu – 400 IM (3:49.72); Katherine Zenick – 100 Fly (51.65); Tristan Harrison – 100 Fly (53.20); Alex Quach – 100 Fly (46.08); Sem Andreis – 100 Fly (47.00); Chachi Gustafson – 100 Fly (47.03); Amy Fulmer – 200 Free (1:44.98); Ruslan Gaziev – 200 Free (1:33.20); Janessa Mathews – 100 Breast (1:01.22); Leah Baker – 100 Breast (1:01.44); Hudson McDaniel – 100 Breast (53.35); Emily Crane – 100 Back (51.94); Morgan Kraus – 100 Back (53.53); Hunter Armstrong – 100 Back (45.80); Colin McDermott – 100 Back (47.57)

NCAA Zone Diving Standards

Mackenzie Crawford – 1-meter Dive (299.60); Jackie Brenn – 1-meter Dive (268.60); Lyle Yost – 3-meter Dive (397.95); Jacob Siler – 3-meter Dive (390.85); Clay Chaplin – 3-meter Dive (390.00); Jacob Fielding 365.15); Joey Canova – 3-meter (327.55)

Finals Notes

  • Ohio State started off the day with a sweep of the 200 Medley Relay. The women’s A team of Emily Crane, Hannah Bach, Katherine Zenick and Amy Fulmer raced an NCAA A cut time of 1:35.28 for the first-place finish. The men’s A relay of Hunter Armstrong, Hudson McDaniel, Alex Quach and Ruslan Gaziev earned first place by 0.08 seconds, recording a final NCAA B cut time of 1:24.24.
  • Katie Trace (4:08.80) led the Buckeyes in the 400 IM with a fourth-place finish. Fabio Dalu (3:49.72) finished fifth in the men’s event. Also racing in the A final was Kyra Sommerstad, who finished ninth in a time of 4:13.63.
  • Katherine Zenick earned her second win of the day in the 100 Fly, finishing in a time of 51.65. Alex Quach earned the next highest finish for the Buckeyes in the event with a fourth-place finish in the men’s race in a time of 46.08). Tristan Harrison (53.20) finished sixth in the women’s A final and Sem Andreis (47.15) took seventh.
  • Gaziev picked up a team-best third-place finish in the 200 Free in a time of 1:33.30. Fulmer finished fourth in a time of 1:44.98 in the women’s race.
  • Racing the first individual NCAA A cut of the season for the Buckeyes, Hannah Bach won the women’s 100 Breast in a time of 58.08. McDaniel (53.35) earned the men’s best finish of the event with a fifth-place result.
  • Both Armstrong (45.82) and Crane (51.94) finished second in the 100 Back. Crane was just barely beat in her race, touching the wall just 0.01 seconds behind the first-place swimmer. Armstrong narrowly missed the win by six tenths of a second.
  • In the final event of the night, the Buckeye men took second in the 800 Free Relay. The Ohio State A relay of Quach, Armstrong, Shaw Satterfield, and Gaziev recorded a time of 6:23.31. On the women’s side, the A relay of Zenick, Fulmer, Allie Fenska and Trace finished third in a time of 7:11.04.
  • The Buckeyes made up nearly half the finalists on the 3-meter board as four divers competed in the session. Lyle Yost led the Ohio State finalists with a score of 397.95 for fifth place. Jacob Siler (390.85) and Clay Chaplin (390.00) followed in sixth and seventh, respectively.
  • Mackenzie Crawford led the Buckeyes on the 1-meter board. After posting a prelim score of 294.60, she earned a final score of 299.60 for fourth in the finals.

Up Next

The OSU Fall Invitational concludes Saturday, Nov. 20. Swimming prelims will begin at 8 a.m. and diving will start at 11 a.m. Finals will be raced beginning at 5:30 p.m. with early 1650 Free heats beginning at approximately 4 p.m.

 

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