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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The No. 15 Ohio State women’s gymnastics team closes the 2023 regular season on Friday in California. The Buckeyes (15-3) will compete at Cal against Utah State, No. 20 Stanford and the No. 7 Golden Bears on Friday at 10 p.m. ET at the Haas Pavilion.
Live streaming and results will be available on CalBears.com.
BUCKEYES IN A NUTSHELL
- Ohio State finished its home slate with a 197.600 against Kent State and Illinois last Sunday. The score ranks second in program history and is the team’s record home score.
- In the meet, seven Buckeyes either recorded career highs or tied their personal bests. Fifth years Sydney Jennings and Claire Gagliardi and seniors Alexis Hankins and Lexi Edwards each tied or set career bests in the Senior Day meet.
- The Buckeyes rank top-20 on three apparatuses this year. The team is 13th on floor, 14th on vault and 17th on bars.
- Harris and Jennings are both top-10 in the Big Ten on vault. Jennings is ninth with an NQS of 9.895 and Harris is tied for 10th with an NQS of 9.885.
- Riccardi is tied for third in the Big Ten with an NQS of 9.905 on bars. Miller is tied for seventh with a 9.900.
- Harris is also 10th in the league on beam with an NQS of 9.875. She has earned a season-best 9.900 on the apparatus this season.
- Edwards is sixth in the conference on floor with an NQS of 9.910. She leads the team on floor this season with two 9.975s.
- Harris and Ella Hodges lead the team with five event titles each this season. Harris, a freshman, has earned two beam, two vault and one floor title, with her floor title coming last weekend against BYU. All five of Hodges’ have been earned with scores of 9.900 or higher.
Ohio State will compete in the evening session of the Big Ten Championships on Saturday, March 18. The Buckeyes will compete in the session against Michigan, Michigan State and Iowa from the Xtreme Arena in Coralville Iowa. The session will start at 5:30 p.m. ET and be televised on Big Ten Network.