Oct. 3, 2017

October 2, 2017

No. 10 Football (4-1) | Rutgers Recap

  • The Buckeyes shutout the Scarlet Knights for the second year in a row with a final score of 56-0.
  • J.T Barrett becomes Ohio State’s all-time leading passer with 7,622 career passing yards.
  • Barrett also became the first player in FBS history with 80 career touchdown passes and 30 career rushing touchdowns.
  • Mike Weber, returning from injury, scored a career-high three touchdowns.
  • Demario McCall finished the night with two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving). It was the first 100-yard rushing game of his career.
  • Dante Booker had two of OSU’s nine tackles for loss on the night and he also notched an interception, the first of his career.

Field Hockey (6-5) | Stanford Recap | UC Davis Recap

  • On Saturday, Casey Cole scored her second overtime game winner of the season which gave the Buckeyes a win over No. 11 Stanford with a final score of 3-2 at UC Davis.
  • With under nine minutes left in the first half, Caroline Rath started a penalty corner that led to Maartje Bongers scoring the first goal. Lauren Carroll tallied her second goal of the season in the second half tying up the game.
  • The overtime triumph for the Buckeyes (5-5 overall) ended the Cardinals seven-game win streak and dropped their record to 7-3.
  • Senior goalkeeper Liz Tamburro had four saves in the net to move her career total to 390.
  • On Sunday, The Ohio State field hockey team dominated every offensive category against UC Davis and prevailed with a 1-0 victory over the Aggies.
  • Liz Tamburro collected her ninth-career shutout to move her into seventh all time in program history in the category.

No. 22 Women’s Soccer (9-2-1) | Penn State Recap

  • On Saturday night in a matchup of two teams atop the Big Ten standings, the No. 22 Ohio State women’s soccer team knocked off No. 7 Penn State, 1-0.
  • Devon Kerr recorded her third-consecutive shutout, sixth of the season and eighth of her career in the victory.
  • The win for the Buckeyes was the first over Penn State since a 1-0 overtime victory Oct. 3, 2010, in Columbus.
  • Sammy Edwards’ goal was her team-best sixth of the season. Edwards has tallied 55 career points, tying her for 13th on the Ohio State career points list.

Women’s Ice Hockey (2-0) | RPI Friday Recap | RPI Saturday Recap

  • Ohio State opened up its 2017-18 campaign this weekend with a sweep over RPI.
  • On Friday, goals from Tatum Skaggs (two goals), Maddy Field and Whitney Renn helped Ohio State to 4-1 season-opening win.
  • On Saturday afternoon, The Ohio State University women’s ice hockey team posted its first clean sheet of the season with a 4-0 win over the Engineers.
  • Kassidy Sauve blocked all 21 shots she faced. The Western Collegiate Hockey Association Preseason Player of the Year only faced 11 shots during the first two periods, but withstood a 10-shot flurry from the Engineers in the third to earn the 13th shutout of her career.
  • The Buckeyes jumped out to an early lead when Emma Maltais scored her first collegiate goal off assists from Charly Dahlquist and Skaggs.
  • In the second period, Skaggs scored giving her a team high three goals on the year.

Fencing | OSU Duals Recap | OSU Open Recap

  • The Ohio State fencing team finished with an 8-0 sweep at OSU Duals on Sunday at the French Field House, cementing Ohio State’s 14th consecutive win at this event.
  • The men finished 193-23 while the women finished 207-9.
  • Epee – The women’s team shut out four teams while the men’s kept two without a score. Sean Lauron (10-0), Christopher Kwok (7-1), and Ethan Edwards (6-1) made their debut on home strips and helped the team to a 59-13 record.
  • Foil – The men’s squad finished 69-2 and the women’s squad, manned by Gabriela Cecchini, Erin Melber, and Alexa Laskaris, followed close behind with a 68-4 record.
  • Sabre – The women’s sabre squad owned the strips going undefeated through the whole competition. The men finished with a 65-7 record and Freshman Benjamin Marcus finished with just one loss for the day.

Ohio State Athletics Schedule

Monday, October 2
Women’s Golf at Windy City Collegiate – All Day – Chicago
Men’s Golf at Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational – All Day – Portland Ore.

Tuesday, October 3
Women’s Golf at Windy City Collegiate – All Day – Chicago
Men’s Golf at Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational – All Day – Portland Ore.

Friday, October 6
Women’s/Men’s Swimming at Scarlet & Gray – 3 p.m. ET – Columbus
Field Hockey vs. Penn State – 3 p.m. ET – Columbus
Women’s Soccer vs Michigan State – 5 p.m. ET – Columbus
Women’s Volleyball vs. Penn State – 7 p.m. ET – Columbus
Men’s Soccer vs. Maryland – 7:30 p.m. ET – Columbus
Men’s Hockey at Wisconsin – 8 p.m. ET – Madison, Wis.
Women’s Ice Hockey at Minnesota – 8 p.m. ET – Minneapolis, Minn.

Saturday, October 7
Football vs Maryland – 4 p.m. ET – Columbus
Women’s Ice Hockey at Minnesota – 4 p.m. ET – Minneapolis, Minn.
Men’s Hockey at Wisconsin – 6 p.m. ET – Madison, Wis.
Women’s Volleyball vs. Rutgers – 8 p.m. ET- Columbus
Rifle vs Nevada – All Day – Reno, Nev.

Sunday, October 8
Women’s Soccer vs. Michigan – 12 p.m. ET – Columbus
Field Hockey vs. California – 12 p.m. ET – Columbus