November 20, 2021

Ohio State Finishes Second at OSU Fall Invitational

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – At the conclusion of the OSU Fall Invite, Ohio State’s swim and dive team finished in the top two among ten teams on Saturday at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. The women’s team recorded 2,257 points and totaled nine event wins over the course of three days to finish first. The men’s team finished with 2,283 points and two event wins for second overall.

Final Team Scores

Women

  1. Ohio State 2,257
  2. Kentucky 2,198
  3. Indiana 2.023
  4. Notre Dame 1,429
  5. UCLA 1,355
  6. Virginia Tech 938
  7. Pitt 834
  8. Navy 789
  9. Cincinnati 193
  10. Miami (Fla.) 158

Men

  1. Indiana 2,830
  2. Ohio State 2,283
  3. Virginia Tech 1,663.50
  4. Notre Dame 1,515
  5. Kentucky 1,222
  6. Pitt 1,219
  7. Cincinnati 700
  8. Miami (Fla.) 158
  9. Kenyon 34
  10. Navy 9.5

Saturday Event Wins

Women’s 1650 Free – Maya Geringer (16:06.02)
Women’s 100 Free – Amy Fulmer (48.09)
Women’s 400 Free Relay – Zenick, Ivan, Crane, Fulmer (3:14.35)
Men’s 400 Free Relay – Armstrong, Andreis, Quach, Gaziev (2:48.84)

NCAA A Cuts

Women’s 400 Free Relay – Zenick, Ivan, Crane, Fulmer (3:14.35), Men’s 400 Free Relay – Armstrong, Andreis, Quach, Gaziev (2:48.84)

NCAA B Cuts

Maya Geringer – 1650 Free (16:06.02), Sally Tafuto – 1650 Free (16:23.33), Alyssa Graves – 1650 Free (16:26.25), Charlie Clark – 1650 Free (14:42.21), Fabio Dalu – 1650 Free (14:53.34), Jonathan Edwards – 1650 Free (15:19.39), Amy Fulmer – 100 Free (48.09); Katherine Zenick – 100 Free (48.57); Teresa Ivan – 100 Free (48.97); Emily Crane – 100 Free (49.37); Ruslan Gaziev – 100 Free (42.66); Sem Andreis – 100 Free (43.13); Hunter Armstrong – 100 Free (43.04); Josie Panitz – 200 Breast (2:09.78); Hannah Bach – 200 Breast (2:09.80); Janessa Mathews – 200 Breast (2:11.02); Reese Dehen – 200 Breast (2:13.79); Alex Quach – 200 Fly (1:42.92); Chachi Gustafson – 200 Fly (1:46.18)

NCAA Zone Diving Standards (Platform)

Ciara McGing (269.20), Mackenzie Crawford (237.40), Jacob Fielding (358.00), Jacob Siler (343.80), Joey Canova (309.55), Clay Chaplin (303.35), Lyle Yost (303.20)

Finals Notes

  • In the platform dive, Jacob Fielding (358.00) and Ciara McGing (269.20) led the way with third-place finishes. Jacob Siler (343.80), Mackenzie Crawford (237.40) and Joey Canova (309.55) all finished top ten for the Buckeyes.
  • Maya Geringer started the night off with a win in the 1650 Free. The freshman recorded a time of 16:06.02 for an NCAA B cut. Charlie Clark finished second in the mile for the men, recording a time of 14:43.21. Fabio Dalu (14:53.34) finished third and both Clark and Dalu earned NCAA B cuts.
  • Paige Hall led the Buckeyes in the 200 Back with an eighth-place finish in a time of 1:56.76. Tristan Harrison (1:57.85) also raced in the A final, finishing 10th. Brandon Day recorded the best finish for the men, touching the wall in a time of 1:48.16.
  • Amy Fulmer picked up her second win in the 100 Free this season, racing a time of 48.09 for the victory and an NCAA B cut. Ruslan Gaziev took second in the men’ race in a time of 42.66. Also racing in the women’s A final, Katherine Zenick (48.57), Teresa Ivan (48.96) and Emily Crane (49.37) finished third, tied for fourth and sixth, respectively. Sem Andreis (43.13) took eighth in the men’s A final.
  • In the A final of the 200 Breast, Josie Panitz (2:09.78) and Hannah Bach (2:09.80) took sixth and seventh overall. Both recorded NCAA B cuts in the race. For the men, Billy Regan earned the team’s best finish in a time of 1:59.59 for fourteenth.
  • Alex Quach earned a second-place finish in the 200 Fly in a time of 1:42.92. He bested his prelims time by two and a half seconds to earn an NCAA B cut. For the women, Alyssa Graves represented the Buckeyes in the A final, recording a time of 2:00.45 for ninth overall.
  • Ohio State closed out the invitational with a sweep of the 400 Free Relay. Both the men’s and the women’s A relays earned NCAA A cuts as the women’s team of Katherine Zenick, Teresa Ivan, Emily Crane and Amy Fulmer raced a time of 3:14.35 and the men’s team of Hunter Armstrong, Sem Andreis, Alex Quach and Ruslan Gaziev finished in 2:48.84.

Up Next

The Buckeyes close out the year at the Toyota U.S. Open from Dec. 1-4. Ohio State opens 2022 at home, hosting Texas and Kentucky Jan. 14-15.

 

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