September 6, 2021

Ohio State, Creighton Ends in Draw


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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Zanesville, Ohio, native Keagan McLaughlin made a couple late-game stops to help the Buckeyes (1-2-1) secure a 1-all double overtime decision vs. Creighton at the IU Classic Monday in Bloomington, Indiana.

The transfer from Notre Dame came up big for the Buckeyes in net to stifle the Bluejays’ (1-2-1) efforts to break the tie. Neither team was able to find the net in the two overtime sessions.

How it Happened

Junior Channing Chasten gave the Buckeyes the lead in the 32’ on a loose ball between the pipes with a left-footed score. The Bluejays tied the game in the 58’ and neither team could net the go ahead score.

  • Chasten’s goal was his first career score.
  • The Buckeyes have scored first in all four games this season.
  • The Buckeyes recorded two shots in the opening 45’, both on net. The Bluejays recorded three shots, two on frame. The Buckeyes had the 3-2 advantage in corners at the half.
  • The game vs. the Bluejays was the first in which the Buckeyes went into the lockerroom at the break with the lead (1-0). Ohio State was tied 1-1 vs. both Memphis and UAB at the Wolstein Classic in Columbus and entered the break scoreless vs. Xavier in the first game of the IU Classic last Friday.
  • Creighton evened the match at 1-all in the 58’ on a goal by Manu Toledano.
  • For the game, the Bluejays led 13-8 in shots while the Buckeyes had the advantage in corners, 7-6. There were 28 fouls called in the game.
  • McLaughlin finished with five saves on six Creighton shots on net.



  • Brian Maisonneuve was associate head coach at Indiana University, guiding the team to the 2012 NCAA national title. He was a member of the Columbus Crew from 1996-2004.
  • The Buckeyes are 1-2-1 vs. Creighton (Big East).
  • The Bluejays entered the game vs. the Buckeyes with a 1-2-0 record after knocking off the host Hoosiers 3-0 last Friday. Indiana entered the matchup vs. Creighton ranked No. 1 nationally.
  • Ohio State is 37-42-116 all-time in overtime games. In double overtime, the Buckeyes are 6-7-40, including a 0-0-5 record on neutral fields.

Up Next

Ohio State travels to West Virginia to take on the Mountaineers in Morgantown at 7 p.m. Friday.