May 11, 2022

Ohio State Travels to Minnesota for 2022 Big Ten Outdoor Championships


Ohio State at 2022 Big Ten Championships

Date: Friday, May 13, 2022 through Sunday, May 15, 2022

Time: All Day

Venue: Minnesota Track & Field Stadium (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Meet information: Meet Central/Schedule | Live Results

Live streams (B1G+): Friday (track | field), Saturday (track | field), Sunday (track | field)

Roster: Ohio State (women) (men)


COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State track and field team travels to Minneapolis this weekend for the 2022 Big Ten Outdoor Championships. Action begins on Friday at 1 p.m. ET and wraps up on Sunday at 5 p.m. ET. Most track event finals will take place on Sunday with the full schedule link above.

  • The Buckeyes enter the 2022 Big Ten outdoor championships leading the league in 11 events (detailed below) and appear in the top-five in the conference 25 additional times on the men’s and women’s lists combined.
  • The Ohio State women are ranked 10th in the country and the men 21st, according to Monday’s USTFCCCA poll.
  • This outdoor season, the Buckeye women have set five program records. Individually, Abigail Kuhn broke the record in the pole vault by clearing 13’7.38”, while Adelaide Aquilla broke the record in the discus throw with a throw of 188’3.06”. The OSU women have set new records in three relays – the 4x100m (43.17), 4x400m (3:28.07) and 4x800m (8:25.04).
  • The Buckeye men have set three program records with Eric Harrison running a 10.10 in the 100m, the sprint medley relay finishing in 3:18.19 and the distance medley relay running a 9:49.01.

Big Ten Leaders (according to

  • Women’s 100m: Anavia Battle (11.06)
  • Women’s 200m: Anavia Battle (22.42)
  • Women’s 400m: Bryannia Murphy (52.12)
  • Women’s Shot Put: Adelaide Aquilla (18.94m)
  • Women’s Triple Jump: Jaimie Robinson (13.44m)
  • Women’s 4x100m Relay: Yanique Dayle, Anavia Battle, Nya Bussey, Leah Bertrand (43.17)
  • Women’s 4x400m Relay: Jaydan Wood, Yanique Dayle, Alyssa Marsh, Bryannia Murphy (3:28.07)
  • Men’s 100m: Eric Harrison (10.10)
  • Men’s 200m: Eric Harrison (20.49)
  • Men’s High Jump: Shaun Miller Jr. (2.23m)
  • Men’s Discus Throw: Tanner Watson (58.22m)


Junior thrower Carlos Aviles previews this weekend's Big Ten Championships.