November 18, 2021

Buckeyes Second After Day 1 of OSU Invitational

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – After the first day of the OSU Fall Invitational, Ohio State swim and dive’s No. 10 women’s team and No. 11 men’s team combined for 1,331 points and second place overall. The women’s squad sits in first with three wins and 662.5 points on the day. The men recorded 668.5 points to end the day second.

Day 1 Team Scores

Women

  1. Ohio State 662.5
  2. Indiana 661
  3. Kentucky 552.5
  4. UCLA 436.5
  5. Notre Dame 402.5
  6. Virginia Tech 356
  7. U.S. Naval Academy 239
  8. Pitt 219
  9. Miami (Fla.) 80
  10. Cincinnati 68

Men

  1. Indiana 919.5
  2. Ohio State 668.5
  3. Virginia Tech 483
  4. Notre Dame 467.5
  5. Kentucky 371
  6. Pittsburgh 291.5
  7. Cincinnati 234
  8. Miami (Fla.) 55
  9. Kenyon 16
  10. U.S. Naval Academy 2

Event Wins

Women’s 200 Free Relay – Zenick, Fulmer, Crane, Ivan (1:27.39)
Women’s 500 Free – Sally Tafuto (4:40.49)
Women’s 400 Medley Relay – (3:30.39)

NCAA A Cuts

Women’s A 200 Free Relay (1:27.39); Women’s A 400 Medley Relay (3:30.23)

NCAA B Cuts

Ohio State Men’s A Free Relay (1:1743); Sally Tafuto – 500 Free (4:40.49); Maya Geringer (4:45.11); Gwen Woodbury – 500 Free (4:46.29); Charlie Clark – 500 Free (4:19.15); Josie Panitz – 200 IM (1:58.10); Alex Quach – 200 IM (1:46.48); Katie Trace – 200 IM (1:58.91) Katherine Zenick – 50 Free (22.20); Amy Fulmer – 50 Free (22.24); Emily Crane – 50 Free (22.25); Teresa Ivan – 50 Free (22.65); Hunter Armstrong – 50 Free (19.37); Ruslan Gaziev – 50 Free (19.52), Sem Andreis – 50 Free (19.68), Fabio Dalu – 500 Free (4:21.24); Women’s B 400 Medley Relay (3:33.46); Men’s A 400 Medley Relay (3:06.88)

NCAA Zone Diving Standards

Mackenzie Crawford – 3-meter Dive (347.20); Jackie Brenn – 3-meter Dive (287.80); Lyle Yost – 1-meter Dive (357.40); Joey Canova – 1-meter Dive (357.15); Mo Noaman – 1-meter Dive (318.60); Clay Chaplin – 1-meter Dive (314.30); Fielding – 1-meter Dive (305.90)

Finals Notes

  • The Buckeye women started the day off with a win in the 200 Free Relay as the Ohio State A relay finished in a time of 1:27.39 in the A final. The relay comprised of Katherine Zenick, Amy Fulmer, Emily Crane and Teresa Ivan earned first by over a second and recorded an NCAA A cut along the way. The men’s 200 Free Relay team of Hunter Armstrong, Sem Andreis, Ruslan Gaziev and Alex Quach raced to a second-place finish, tying with Virginia Tech’s A relay, in a time of 1:17.43.
  • Sally Tafuto raced a 4:40.49 in the 500 Free A final to pick up the women’s second race win. In the men’s race, Charlie Clark (4:19.15) and Fabio Dalu (4:21.24) took fifth and sixth in the A final, respectively.
  • Josie Panitz led the Buckeyes in the 200 IM with a fifth-place finish. Quach represented the Buckeye men in the A final, finishing ninth. Panitz touched the wall in a time of 1:58.10 and Quach recorded a time of 1:47.39.
  • The Buckeyes were narrowly beat in the 50 Free as Zenick (22.23) and Fulmer (22.24) finish one-two in the women’s race and Armstrong (19.37) and Gaziev (19.52) finished three-four in the men’s race. All four swimmers recorded NCAA B cuts in their respective races.
  • Ohio State women’s team picked up its third victory of the night, taking the 400 Medley Relay in a time of 3:30.23. The relay was made up of Crane, Panitz, Zenick and Fuller. On the men’s side, Armstrong, McDaniel, Quach and Gaziev raced to a second-place finish in 3:06.88.
  • Joey Canova led the Buckeye diving team with a second-place finish on the 1-meter board. He recorded a final score of 357.15. Mackenzie Crawford represented the Buckeyes in the 3-meter Dive finals, scoring a 347.20 for fifth place.

Up Next

Competition at the OSU Fall Invitational continues Friday at 9:30 a.m. with preliminary heats. Diving prelims will start at 12 p.m. Finals will be raced beginning at 5:30 p.m. with diving finals starting at 6:15 p.m. Friday’s events include the 200 Medley Relay, 400 IM, 100 Fly, 200 Free, 100 Breast, 100 Back, 800 Free Relay, women’s 1-meter Dive and men’s 3-meter Dive.

 

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