COLUMBUS, Ohio – Both Ohio State cross country teams will head to Lincoln, Nebraska, this Sunday to compete for a chance to make Buckeye history at the Big Ten Championships. The men’s team hasn’t won a title since 1923 and the women have yet to in their history. However, after a week free of competition, the Buckeyes are ready to take on the course. The women will run a 6k at 11:45 a.m. E.T. The men will run an 8k at 12:45 p.m. E.T.
Teams in Attendance:
Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Northwestern, Purdue, Penn State, Minnesota and Rutgers.
Top 5 Marks Going into Big Tens – Men (8k)
Top 5 Marks Going into Big Tens – Women (6k)