May 18, 2017
14 🏆 in 11 weeks!!!
🌰Spring Championship Run
— Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) May 18, 2017
Beginning with the women’s basketball team winning a share the regular season Big Ten title on Feb. 26 through the rowing team taking the Big Ten crown May 14, the Buckeyes have collected 14 trophies in an 11-week span.
Take a look back on each and every Buckeye championship below. Go Bucks!
For the 15th time in program history, the Ohio State Buckeyes are the Big Ten Champions. The Buckeyes defeated Rutgers 73-45 on Sunday to finish the regular season 25-5 overall and 15-1 in Big Ten Play.
This is the first Big Ten regular season title for the Buckeyes since 2010. The Buckeyes lead the conference with 15 titles as no other program has more than nine titles.
— OSU W Basketball (@OhioState_WBB) February 26, 2017
The Ohio State fencing team continued to dominate at MFC Championships on the second day of competition, earning five squad titles and three team titles. The Buckeyes claimed first place and the Midwest Champion title, finishing the day with 1,605 points. The title makes for Ohio State’s fourth consecutive MFC Championship, and 11th in program history.
The March magic that Ohio State captured last night carried over into Sunday, as the Buckeyes crowned four champions and won the fourth Big Ten wrestling team title in school history at Indiana’s Assembly Hall.
— Ohio State Wrestling (@wrestlingbucks) March 5, 2017
The Buckeyes claimed the fourth women’s team aggregate national championship in school history and Irina Andrianova won her fourth individual national championship, coming out on top in women’s sport pistol. It’s her third consecutive national title in that event and the 33rd individual national championship in program history. Former Buckeyes Teresa Meyer (seven) and Jessica Marshall (six) are the only other shooters in program history who have earned more individual championships than Andrianova.
The Ohio State Synchronized Swimming Team capped their tremendous 2017 season with a National Championship, its 30th in program history. The Buckeyes, who were hosting the US Collegiate Championships for the second time in the last three seasons, finished with 100 points which bested runner-up Stanford at 88 points.
The No. 1 Ohio State University men’s volleyball team (25-2, 14-0 MIVA) clinched the outright 2017 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association regular season championship Saturday night with a straight-sets victory (25-18, 26-24, 25-15) over McKendree (9-18, 4-10 MIVA). It marks the 26th conference crown in school history and the Buckeyes 29th straight win over MIVA opponents dating back to last season.
For the 14th time in program history, the Ohio State men’s gymnastics team is Big Ten Champions. The Buckeyes scored a team total of 418.600 to edge Illinois (416.400) and Minnesota (413.300) for their second-straight conference title. Ohio State was paced by all-arounder’s Sean Melton (85.050) and Jake Martin (83.300), who finished one-two in the standings.
The No. 2 Ohio State men’s tennis team continued its undefeated run through conference play as it bested No. 21 Northwestern 6-1 on Friday evening in Evanston.
Ohio State also becomes just the seventh program in any sport in Big Ten history to win 12 or more straight conference crowns.
The Ohio State University men’s volleyball team punched its ticket to the 2017 NCAA Championships by blitzing Grand Canyon University in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) Tournament Finals. The Buckeyes sprinted past the Antelopes — 25-16, 25-22, 25-11 — to capture the 16th MIVA Tournament title in school history (a league high).
With a 4-0 win over Purdue Sunday, the No. 5-ranked Ohio State women’s tennis team clinched a second consecutive Big Ten regular season title. Ohio State is 25-2 overall and finished Big Ten regular season play 11-0 for the second straight year. The victory over the Boilermakers (6-16, 1-9 B1G) marked the Buckeyes’ 32nd consecutive home win and their 23rd straight victory in a conference regular season match.
Ohio State’s dominance of the Big Ten Tournament since the mid-2000s continued on Sunday as the Buckeyes dispatched of rival Michigan 4-1 to claim its 12th tournament title and the 10th in the last 12 years.
The win gives the Buckeyes a season-sweep of the Wolverines as they also win 4-1 in Ann Arbor on March 26. This is also the 24th-straight win over their rivals from up north.
.@OhioState_MTEN is goin’ baaack-to-back.
They took down you-know-who for the B1G Tourney title Sunday: https://t.co/nWzhQcSX5Y
— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) April 30, 2017
The No. 4-ranked Ohio State women’s tennis team defended its Big Ten Tournament title, defeating No. 10-ranked Michigan, 4-0, in the championship match Sunday in Urbana, Ill. The Buckeyes are now 28-2 this season and have won their last 14 matches.
.@OhioState_MTEN took care of business earlier today.
— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) April 30, 2017
Ohio State started 2017 atop the heap of collegiate men’s volleyball as the preseason No. 1 team and then finished as the last squad standing after the national championship match in front of a home crowd amounting to 8,205 attendance. Ohio State defeated BYU in straight sets (25-19, 25-20, 25-22) for the second straight season, capturing the third Buckeye national title since 2011.
— OSU Men’s Volleyball (@OhioState_MVB) May 7, 2017
For the fifth straight year, the Ohio State women’s rowing team is bringing the Big Ten trophy back to Columbus. Entering the final race of the day, the First Varsity Eight, it was a winner take all showdown between two of the premier boats in the Big Ten, the Buckeyes and Michigan, and Ohio State prevailed as the victor. The 1V8 squad – Cassandra Johnson, Anne Dietrich, Alice Riley, Bridget Schodorf, Aina Cid I Centelles, Rachel Engel, Stephanie Williams, Ida Kruse and Cassidey Jenney (coxswain) – secured the team title with a time of 6:08.79 to edge the Wolverines (6:11.19).