Celebrating Champions 2023

The Ohio State University Department of Athletics continues to strive to stand atop conference podiums as well as shine on the national stage.

Celebrate with us as you take a look at the results of recent championship events for our sports!

Men's Volleyball

Tournament Champions

The No. 3-seeded Buckeyes won the MIVA tournament — the program’s 18th tournament title.

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Regular-Season Title Win

The Ohio State men’s volleyball team earned its first MIVA regular-season title since 2018, and 28th overall.

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Men's Tennis

17 Straight B1G Titles

The Buckeyes went undefeated in Big Ten play to claim its seventeenth consecutive conference regular season title.


Buckeyes Claim B1G "Double" for 13th Time

Ohio State won the B1G tournament championship in addition to the regular season title

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Women's Track & Field

Aquilla Captures Fourth NCAA Championship

Adelaide Aquilla broke her own program record with a personal-best 19.28m to win the 2023 NCAA indoor shot put title.

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Aquilla Named Big Ten Female Field Athlete of the Year

Graduate thrower Adelaide Aquilla earned her third consecutive Big Ten Indoor Female Field Athlete of the Year award.

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Women's Hockey


For the first time in program history, the women’s ice hockey team secured the WCHA regular-season title.

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Sophie Jaques, Player of the Year

Sophie Jaques became the first player in program history to win the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, which is presented annually to the top player in Division I hockey.

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Synchronized Swimming

34th National Championship

The Ohio State synchronized (artistic) swimming team earned its second consecutive national title, and 34th in program history.

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Back-to-Back Conference Champions

With undefeated records, the Ohio State men’s and women’s fencing programs won their second consecutive Central Collegiate Fencing Conference Championships.

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Photos: CCFC Championships

Scenes from the 2023 Central Collegiate Fencing Championships.

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Women's Basketball

A First in 30 Years

For the first time since 1993, the women’s basketball team made it to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.




The Ohio State pistol team defended its Intercollegiate Pistol Championships title and claimed its third consecutive national championship

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Swimming & Diving

4th Consecutive Big Ten Title

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Photos: 2023 Big Ten Women's Championships

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Yost Claims National Title

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Women's Volleyball

Elite Eight Buckeyes

Ohio State made it to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004.

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Women's Cross Country

Addie Engel Wins B1G Crown, Named Athlete of the Year

Engel is the first Buckeye to earn the award and was selected unanimously in a vote by the Big Ten coaches.

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Sasso Wins Second B1G Title

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