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April 24




Spring flings – Illinois, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State and Penn State play spring football games Saturday. Tune into the Big Ten Network for complete coverage Saturday night.

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Tall tight ends expect to add to passing game Columbus Dispatch – This fall, the Ohio State football team could field a sequel of sorts. The Buckeyes’ towering tight ends are the Big Jakes — 6-foot-6 Jake Ballard and 6-5 …




Bowl Championship Series: Ohio State football has benefited, but … The Plain Dealer – – ‎You don’t have to tell Ohio State about the benefits of playing football in the Bowl Championship Series. The Buckeyes, seemingly out of it two seasons ago …


Ohio State junior has seniority Toledo BladeSanzenbacher veteran of OSU receivers When the OhioState receivers got together for their first spring meeting with position coach Darrell Hazell, they instinctively lined up by seniority, with the youngest players in the back of the group.


NFL draft: Jenkins says tape tells his tale Columbus Dispatch


Men’s Lacrosse

Laxers fight for top conference spot OSU Lantern – For the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team, Saturday’s “Showdown in the Shoe” brings more than just extreme crowds and a huge rivalry rich with tradition. When the Buckeyes face No. 3 ranked, undefeated Notre Dame Saturday in their last regular season game, they are competing for the share of a Great Western Lacrosse League title….


Irish lacrosse team to face Ohio State in front of 60000 fans WNDU-TV – ‎They will face the Buckeyes at the Horseshoe in a game that will be played right before Ohio State’s spring football game. Playing in front of such a large …


Laxers to face Bucks at ‘Horseshoe’ with 30000 in … Observer Online

Lacrosse savors opening slot of spring doubleheader Columbus Dispatch – In the second annual “Showdown in the ‘Shoe,” the unranked Buckeyes will play undefeated, third-ranked Notre Dame at 11 a.m. before the afternoon football scrimmage.  


OSU looks to gain 30th win of the season OSU Lantern The Ohio State baseball team will play the Northwestern Wildcats in a weekend series with hopes of bouncing back from a miserable performance against Ball State Wednesday. The Buckeyes have a 29-9 overall record and are first place in the Big Ten (9-3). They have won their last six Big Ten games, two three-game sweeps against Michigan State and Purdue, in consecutive weekends.


Bucks look to end Grizzlies’ winning streak OSU Lantern – The Ohio State softball team (36-7, 12-2 Big Ten) takes on non-conference opponent Oakland in a doubleheader at 2 p.m. Sunday from Buckeye Field. The Buckeyes’ loss to Purdue in game one of a doubleheader Wednesday snapped an 11 game winning streak. Sophomore pitcher Lindsay Bodeker’s eight strikeouts in game two helped start a new winning streak….


Men’s Tennis

Second round awaits after win Daily Cardinal – ‎1 Ohio State as play heats up in Ann Arbor, Mich., this weekend. “This was a great win today. I think we started a little slow on the doubles today, …


Women’s Golf

Bucks head to Big Ten tournament OSU Lantern – After a strong finish at the Lady Buckeye Invitational last weekend, the women’s golf team will head to Purdue for the upcoming Big Ten Championship. Ohio State hosted its first event of the season last weekend and won by several strokes over the competition….


Men’s Volleyball

Ohio State roundup: Men’s volleyball coach honored Columbus Dispatch

Q&A with men’s volleyball seniors OSU Lantern As the men’s volleyball team heads to the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament, The Lantern sat down with Ohio State’s three graduating volleyball players to recollect their years as student-athletes at OSU. Here’s what Ben Spurlock, John Albertson and Robbie Klein had to say….


April 23

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Lacrosse savors opening slot of spring doubleheader Columbus Dispatch – In the second annual “Showdown in the ‘Shoe,” the unranked Buckeyes will play undefeated, third-ranked Notre Dame at 11 a.m. before the afternoon football scrimmage. 


  • Spring Q&A: Ohio State’s Jim Tressel Other than USC’s Pete Carroll, no FBS head coach has dominated a league during this decade like Jim Tressel in the Big Ten. The Ohio State head coach, who enters his ninth year in Columbus, owns a 52-12 record in Big Ten play and has led the Buckeyes to at least a share of five league titles, including the last four. Tressel boasts a 7-1 record against archrival Michigan and in November became the only Ohio State coach to win five consecutive games against the Wolverines.


  • Pryor gets an escape clause Columbus DispatchTackling QBs to be allowed in part of spring game … Most Ohio State fans would agree that watching quarterback Terrelle Pryor dart, dodge, elude and evade is worth the price of admission. Fans attending OSU’s spring game Saturday will be treated to that show — and at a fraction of the cost.
  • Also: Columbus Dispatch: spring strategy: improve Terrelle Pryor
  • Jim Tressel dressed for the beachCleveland Plain Dealer So it wasn’t Pete Carroll relaxing in his swim trunks, but Jim Tressel showed off what he looks like at the beach today. In a Buckeye Hawaiian shirt and sunglasses, Tressel promoted Saturday’s Scarlet and Gray Game, when students are invited to enjoy a beach theme, with music, games and prizes, in the south stands.
  • As NFL nears, two pals savor the college life Columbus Dispatch Laurinaitis, Freeman have forged a close friendship
  • At corner or safety, Jenkins ready for NFL challenges Shreveport Times – Gannett April 23, 2009 “I think I really, really can excel there,” says Jenkins, who primarily played cornerback at Ohio State. …

  • Draft lacking in play-making safeties The Detroit News, Jenkins’ future may be at safety Warren Tribune Chronicle, NFL Draft preview: Secondary St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • For Piscataway grad and Ohio State cornerback Malcolm Jenkins, the … The Star-Ledger – – The Buckeyes saw that after a week at their summer football camp, which Jenkins attended mainly because his aunt had recently moved to Westerville, Ohio,
  • On the Clock: CB Malcom Jenkins USA – That is the dilemma for whichever team selects Ohio State cornerback Malcolm Jenkins. The 6-foot, 204-pound winner of the Thorpe Award, …
  • Star from Wayzata feels a draft Minneapolis Star Tribune – ‎Former Ohio State and Wayzata linebacker James Laurinaitis is ready for speculation to end and training camp to begin. By MARK CRAIG, Star Tribune There is …

  • NFL prospect James Laurinaitis comments on his friendships with …
  • Down with the draft – You know the names. Aaron Maybin. Beanie Wells. Malcolm Jenkins. Vontae Davis. James Laurinaitis. Now let Big Ten Network analyst Chris Martin tell you about their place in the NFL draft.

Men’s Tennis

  • Ohio State seeks fourth straight tourney crown Big Ten Network


  • Thursday’s Thoughts The Star-Ledger – – ‎ ‎This morning, former Buckeye and current NY Yankee Nick Swisher is ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. It sure couldn’t hurt. According to Forbes Magazine, …

  • Comic relief: Eccentric Hale keeps teammates in stitches, but batters don’t laugh when he takes moundColumbus Dispatch Ohio State teammates never quite know which Jake Hale they’re going to get when the reliever crosses the threshold of the locker room before a practice or game.
  • Ball State defeats No. 23 Ohio State Ball State Daily News – ‎ 23 ranking, the Ball State University baseball team scored 20 runs in the final four innings Wednesday night to defeat the Buckeyes 20-8. …

  • Ball State baseball pounds on No. 23 Ohio State Muncie Star Press
  • Ball State pours on 20 runs in final four innings OSU – The Lantern


  • Winning streak ends at 11 OSU – The Lantern – ‎The Ohio State softball team’s winning streak ended at 11 as the Buckeyes split a home series with the Purdue Boilermakers Wednesday at Buckeye Field. …

Men’s Basketball

  • Buckeyes draw Florida State in ACC/Big Ten Challenge Cleveland Plain Dealer – After playing North Carolina twice in a row in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in 2006 and 2007, the matchups for Ohio State have become slightly less glamorous. Next season, the Buckeyes will host Florida State on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
  • Buckeyes draw Florida State in ACC/Big Ten … The Plain Dealer –
  • FSU and Ohio State to meet in ACC/Big 10 Challenge WCTV – ‎Ohio State tied for the No. 4 spot in the Big Ten regular-season race in 2008-09 with an overall record of 22-11 and a league mark of 10-8. The Buckeyes …

Athletics/Pro Sports

  • Ohio State and Cleveland Cavaliers cause for amnesia when it comes to Michigan teamsCleveland Plain Dealer – What gives with these Michigan folks? There must be something in the water. When you are trying to forget about your fading professional basketball team and rebuilding college football team, the only recourse is to write about hockey.

Women’s Lacrosse

  • No. 1 Northwestern Drubs No. 14 Ohio State Lacrosse Magazine Online – ‎… including seven in the first half to keep the Buckeyes at bay. She also held Ohio State to just one goal on five free position attempts. …

  • 1st half blunders, 2nd half wonders Daily Northwestern


April 22


OSU’s Pruner finds peace – It was a year to the day after the passing of Courtney Pruner’s mother that the Ohio State junior hit the first home run at the Buckeyes’ new softball field. But through injury and tragedy, Pruner has learned to step back and enjoy the moment.

Reeder and Bucks look to gain ninth home win

OSU Lantern – The Ohio State softball team returns home today to take on the Purdue Boilermakers in a doubleheader from the new Buckeye Field. The Buckeyes are 8-1 at home this season and have won five straight in their new stadium. Senior captain Kim Reeder (19-3) won Big Ten Pitcher of the Week after compiling three victories last week, defeating Wisconsin and Evansville….

Men’s Hockey

NHL: OSU alum provides lone spark

OSU Lantern – Former Ohio State All-American R.J. Umberger registered his second goal of the series, a power-play goal from in front of the crease with 3:53 remaining. Good news for Umberger, the goal should alarm Jackets fans as Umberger remains the only Blue Jacket to score in the series….


After long wait, Spitler’s time arrives Columbus Dispatch – Austin Spitler felt as if he had been stuck at the world’s longest red light. The linebacker arrived at Ohio State in 2005, along with a fresh-faced Minnesota kid named James Laurinaitis. Spitler redshirted, while injuries to Marcus Freeman and Bobby Carpenter propelled Laurinaitis from third string to starter by season’s end.


OSU notebook: Homan eager to begin role as a leader Columbus Dispatch – What to date had been a cloudy spring for Ohio State linebacker Ross Homan started to clear a little yesterday.


Who stood out today? – The Buckeyes went through their second-to-last practice today before Saturday’s spring game. It was held indoors, in shells.


Ohio Sports: Buckeyes and Mountaineers, NFL Draft
Marietta Register Online – Marietta,OH,USA
Both The Ohio State University and West Virginia University have players in both groups, all of whom will watch this weekend’s NFL Draft with great hopes

Ohio State again figures high in NFL draft
The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
Several mock draft predict that three Ohio State Buckeyes — Malcolm Jenkins, Beanie Wells and James Laurinaitis — will go in the first round of this

Former Ohio State Buckeyes running back Chris “Beanie” Wells’ foot …
The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
The agent for Chris “Beanie” Wells disputed a report on that said NFL teams are backing away from the former Ohio State running back because of

Quick practice update
The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
Ohio State used this formation at times last year but never really ran a surprising play out of it, as far as I can remember. Seems like it could be a good

 Latest seven-round mock includes eight …
The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
put out a full seven-round mock draft from Scouts Inc., and while it included eight Ohio State players, it wasn’t a great projection for the Buckeyes.

Ohio State Buckeyes football team plans to increase rotation at linebacker positionCleveland Plain Dealer – Columbus- Ohio State’s starting linebackers against Navy on Sept. 5 could be Etienne Sabino in the middle, Austin Spitler on the strong side and Ross Homan on the weakside. Or Spitler in the middle, with Tyler Moeller on the strong side. Or Brian Rolle could see time in the middle and on the weakside.

Ohio State linebacker ready for next levelMansfield News Journal – COLUMBUS — Joe Laurinaitis knew his middle child was bound for greatness about the time he saw the 12-year-old doing pile drivers and slamming his younger sister on the family’s backyard trampoline. “He’d say, ‘Hey, Daddy, look what I did! I did the Undertaker’s move!’ ” the proud father said. Now James Laurinaitis is ready to follow in his dad’s footsteps as a professional athlete, only in the NFL instead of the WWE.


OSU national champion Jaggers will replace assistant coachColumbus Dispatch – Ohio State wrestling assistant coach Tommy Rowlands has resigned, and two-time national champion J Jaggers will replace him.

Men’s Tennis

Net effect: OSU tennis players serving up record-breaking year
U Weekly – Columbus,OH,USA
Neither of those are typos: the Buckeyes have won fifty Big Ten meets and 87 home meets, and both streaks date back to 2003. Ohio State wraps up its regular

Men’s Track and Field

OSU expects top 5 place at Drake

OSU Lantern – Twenty men’s track and field athletes are boarding a plane to Des Moine, Iowa to compete in the Drake Relays. The men have been steadily improving their times and reaching towards those regional marks. The Drake Relays give them an opportunity to have some fun, and focus on something different….

Women’s Track and Field

Buckeyes to compete in Drake Relays’ 100th meet

OSU Lantern -The Ohio State women’s track and field team will head to Des Moines, Iowa for one of the biggest relay meets in the country this weekend. Over 7,000 high school, college and professional athletes will be competing in the Drake Relays, which is in it’s 100th year….

OSU works through injury at Volunteer Classic

OSU Lantern – The Ohio State women’s track and field team competed at the Volunteer Classic at the University of Tennessee last weekend. Despite several injuries, the meet went well, said junior middle distance runner Ashley Caldwell. “We have had some hurdles that we have to get over with people not being totally healthy,” she said….

Women’s Lacrosse

Women’s lax looks for respect in match with Northwestern

OSU Lantern – The Ohio State women’s lacrosse team, which suffered a tough loss on Sunday, has a chance to right the ship – but it won’t be easy. OSU will travel to Evanston, Ill., today to take on the Northwestern Wildcats, the undefeated, No. 1 team in the nation. The loss to Penn State on Sunday was demoralizing for the team, but coach Sue Himmel said to move up and move on….


April 21 

Men’s Hockey/Columbus  

  • Jackets know they need a fast start – ‎COLUMBUS – Columbus Blue Jackets forward and former Buckeye RJ Umberger knows a thing or two about offensive prowess in the …

  • City buzzing as Columbus preps for first playoff game
    USA Today – USA
    Fans in Columbus are accustomed to success because it the home of Ohio State University. Herbstreit, a former Buckeyes quarterback, is impressed at how …


  • Big Ten-best OSU hosts BG, Ball State in midweek games
    OSU – The Lantern – Columbus,OH,USA
    The Big Ten leading Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team will host two mid-week games this week as they face Bowling Green on Tuesday night and Ball State …

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Weekend split clinches conference tourney spot OSU Lantern


  • Former Buckeye aims to give back Columbus Dispatch – Whether he’s done with football or not, Antonio Smith says he will never be finished giving back. The former Beechcroft and Ohio State defensive back is the founder and president of the All Out Foundation, a newly formed nonprofit group dedicated to tackling issues important to central Ohio.


  • WSYX TV Ch.6 Columbus – Todd Bell Center Making Impact at OSU
  • Cordle showing off his versatility
    Columbus Dispatch – Columbus,OH,USA
    By Tim May Jim Cordle sees LeCharles Bentley and Nick Mangold as legendary names in the recent history of offensive-line play at Ohio State.
  • Covering all needs: OSU’s Malcolm Jenkins building reputation for …
    The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
    COLUMBUS — Two years ago, Ohio State took its best cover corner and turned him into a safety on passing downs, a move the Buckeyes decided by the next
  • St. John’s grad adjusting to OSU Toledo Blade- Mewhort no longer always biggest guy on the field: There’s not usually a “low profile” option available to someone who stands 6-foot-6 and weighs 290 pounds, but Jack Mewhort has found a place where he just sort of blends in with the surroundings. The former standout for St. John’s Jesuit is close to completing his first spring football practice period at Ohio State, and it became evident from the day he arrived that Mewhort was no longer casting the biggest shadow on the field.

  • NFL Draft Analysis: Chris Wells, RB, Ohio State Buckeyes
    KFFL – Escondido,CA,USA
    By Trent Lujin Ohio State running back Chris Wells has decided to forgo his senior season as a Buckeye and enter the 2009 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1 1/8,
  • Draft day nears – The NFL draft starts Saturday and wraps up Sunday. Which former Big Ten stars could hear their names called in New York? We have the complete list. Also, remember to track all the Big Ten picks right here.

Women’s Golf

  • OSU, Lim win Lady Buckeye Invite
    OSU – The Lantern – Columbus,OH,USA
    After one of the most disappointing outings of their season two weeks ago, the Ohio State women’s golf team roared back this weekend to win the Lady Buckeye …


Men’s Golf

  • Final round comeback seals third place finish OSU Lantern

Women’s Lacrosse

  • Gilwee, Bucks have bad day against Lions OSU Lantern


April 18-20


  • Ohio State roundup: Baseball team sweeps Purdue Columbus Dispatch
  • Men’s tennis team clinches Big Ten regular-season title Ohio State’s men’s tennis team won its fourth consecutive Big Ten regular-season championship with a 7-0 victory over Wisconsin at the Stickney Tennis Center. The Buckeyes (28-1, 10-0), followed that match with a 4-0 win over Wright State. Bryan Koniecko set a school record with his 119th career doubles victory. 
    Led by medalist In Hong Lim, the Ohio State women’s golf team won the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational on the Ohio State Scarlet Course. Lim shot a third-round 75 to win by one stroke at 1-over-par 217. Ohio State shot 895 to finish 10 strokes ahead of Kent State.


  • Buckeyes sweep Boilers OSU Lantern Ohio State-Purdue baseball highlights:


  • Buckeye baseball comes up big U Weekly


  • Lucky 11: Shultz’s 11th inning heroics extend winning streak OSU Lantern Ohio State-Wisconsin softball highlights:


  • Buckeyes sweep UW in heartbreaking loss UW Badger Herald
  • Badgers unable to take game from Buckeyes in extra innings Daily Cardinal

Men’s Tennis

  • Badgers close regular season with 7-0 loss to Ohio State University of Wisconsin Badgers – 30-ranked Wisconsin men’s tennis team dropped its final match of the regular season to the second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes Sunday afternoon in Columbus, …

  • Big Ten mens & women’s tennis tourneys set

Women’s Tennis

  • Badgers can’t handle Ohio State UW Badger Herald


  • Big Ten gymnasts compete at NCAAs


  • He’s the man: OSU’s Pryor adds bulk, confidence
    Toledo Blade – Toledo,OH,USA
    The Ohio State quarterback looks in the mirror, and the alpha male of the pack is staring back at him. Last year, he had to keep that hyper self confidence
  • Defense hangs on in jersey scrimmage Columbus Dispatch
  • Defense wins jersey scrimmage OSU Lantern


  • Taking the good with the bad Columbus Dispatch – In Ohio State’s spring jersey scrimmage yesterday, Dispatch beat reporter Tim May saw some things that should make OSU fans smile and some things that should make them frown.

  • Defensive end shares credit for seven sacks Columbus Dispatch
  • OSU notebook: Healthy Saine impresses Columbus Dispatch
  • Center of attention  OSU Lantern As Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor enters the room, a horde of antsy reporters crowds the table, everyone jostling for the best position to stick his or her recorder. Despite the presence of other players and coaches on the media’s itinerary that day, Pryor is the one that each reporter anxiously awaits.
  • Sunday Special: It’s a Federal decision
    Canton Repository – Canton,OH,USA
    AP / Terry Gilliam Ohio State quarterbacks (from left) Terrelle Pryor, Joe Bauserman and Justin Siems drop back during a drill at a Buckeyes‘ spring
  • Life in Animal house prepared Laurinaitis for NFL
    The San Francisco Examiner – San Francisco,California,USA
    After starting at linebacker the last three years at Ohio State, James is preparing for the NFL draft on April 25. A two-time Associated Press All-American,
  • Laurinaitis is special, maybe because his dad is a wrestler and …
    Kansas City Star – MO,USA
    By RANDY COVITZ Joe “The Animal” Laurinaitis (right) was on hand when his son, Ohio State linebacker James Laurinaitis, picked up the Ronnie Lott Trophy
  • James Laurinalitis’ diet and faith – USA
    He won last year’s Bronko Nagurski award, given to the nation’s best defensive player, He was a sophomore playing for the Ohio State Buckeyes In 2007,

James Laurinaitis interview on


  • 7 Points: Don’t overlook OSU’s Laurinaitis – USA
    In 2007, he was named the first junior captain under the tenure of Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel. In 2008, he opted to return to Ohio State for his senior year
  •  NFL draft preview: Wells, other underclassmen best of RBs
    Wisconsin State Journal – Madison,WI,USA
    By JASON WILDE GREEN BAY Ohio State’s Chris “Beanie” Wells had plenty of reasons to turn pro. He played extensively as a true freshman in 2006,
  • Future Hurricanes football non-conference opponents provide … – USA
    Miami plays a game that most Hurricanes fans have been pointing towards for years as they travel to Columbus, Ohio to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes.
  • Looking for safe draft picks? Check out these future stars – USA
    Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State: So let me get this straight. Jenkins returns for his senior year after the NFL Advisory Committee tells him he’d be an easy
  • OSU trio in Defiance
    Defiance Crescent News – Defiance,OH,USA
    By KEVIN EIS With under a week to go before the upcoming NFL Draft, area sports fans had a rare opportunity to meet with not only former Ohio State football
  • Small stays to show he’s not ‘the bad guy
    Columbus Dispatch – Columbus,OH,USA
    In January, the receiver said he seriously considered giving up his senior season at Ohio State and declaring for the NFL draft.
  • Unfinished business keeps wide receiver Ray …
    The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
    COLUMBUS — Ohio State receiver Ray Small considered leaving early for the NFL, but he didn’t like the way he would have been remembered as a Buckeye.
  • Crop of defensive backs lacking stars
    Deseret News – Salt Lake City,UT,USA
    Teams avoided Jenkins’ side of the field at Ohio State, but he shined when given the chance. He recorded 10 tackles in the Buckeyes‘ loss to USC last
  • Fall always on minds of Buckeyes’ football fans
  • NFL: ‘Ghost’ label not haunting Gholston Columbus Dispatch
  • Ohio State’s Tressel records ad urging C-TEC levy supportNewark Advocate NEWARK — Apparently, getting Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel to record a radio ad supporting the Career and Technology Education Centers of Licking County levy is as easy as asking him.
  • Ohio State receiver Brian Robiskie would be good fit for Chicago Bears Chicago Tribune – Receiver’s father has ties to Chicago, but doesn’t think his son will be around when the Bears pick

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Ohio State Upends Denver in GWLL Action Inside Lacrosse (press release) – ‎Dalgarno set up Ryan for a goal with just seven seconds left in the quarter to give the Buckeyes a two-goal edge. Denver outshot Ohio State, 11-9, …

  • Air Force Lacrosse Takes Down Ohio State KKTV 11 News – ‎The win broke the Falcons’ 11-game losing streak against the Buckeyes, with their last victory over Ohio State coming in 1997. In addition, it marks just …

Women’s Lacrosse

  • Laxers send out seniors with win The Daily Collegian Online – Sunday at Jeffrey Field. A first half that saw a dominated Ohio State fall behind 5-1 was highlighted by the play of Penn State junior …

Men’s Volleyball

  • Buckeyes split weekend OSU Lantern

Women’s Basketball

  • Hill’s sister to join him at Ohio State
    The Plain Dealer – – Cleveland,OH,USA
    Tayler Hill, the younger sister of Ohio State men’s basketball point guard PJ Hill, signed a national letter of intent with the Buckeyes women’s basketball

Men’s basketball

  • Former Buckeye Harris wants to play in NBA
    Springfield News Sun – Springfield,OH,USA
    The 6-foot-7-inch Springfield native’s journey has included stops in Columbus at Ohio State University and in Finland. But to be more visible to NBA teams,
  • Koufos recalled by Jazz Columbus Dispatch 


Women’s Golf 

  • Husker women’s golfer Charlotte Wendner finishes strong at Lady …
    McCook Daily Gazette – McCook,NE,USA
    Washington finished third, 16 strokes off Ohio State’s pace, with a 911. The Buckeyes‘ In Hong Lim added an individual title for Ohio State with a …


  • Other coaches weigh in on Cael Sanderson’s jump to PSU – USA
    Count Ohio State’s Tom Ryan as another coach who wasn’t expecting Sanderson’s change of jobs. “In my world, that’s as shocking news as a man can get,” Ryan …


  • April 22: Celebrate Earth Day at Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair Celebrate Earth Day the “Green” way at the second annual OSU Wooster Campus Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair. The fair will feature more than 75 exhibits on a variety of topics including plug-in hybrid cars, alternative energy, resource and energy conservation, bio-fuels, and wildlife along with demonstrations, student activities, food and more from 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday (4/22) at OARDC on the Wooster Campus. Admission is free. Rattan Lal, professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources, will deliver the keynote address at 11 a.m.

 * Read last week’s Buckeyes in the News (April 13-19)