February 29, 2020

Women Defend Indoor Big Ten Title at Spire Institute

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 COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s track and field program was crowned the champion of the Big Ten Championships with 104 team points. The Buckeyes claimed four Big Ten event titles and registered four Top 3 finishes to capture their second consecutive Big Ten title.

Sprints specialist Anavia Battle secured two Big Ten Championships in the women’s 60-meter dash (7.29) and 200-meter dash (22.79). Emma Nwofor placed third in the women’s pentathlon (4,113 points) and second in high jump (1.79m). She wasn’t finished there as she secured her first Big Ten title in the women’s 60-meter hurdles (8.07). Adelaide Aquilla won the women’s shot put with a career best distance of 17.82-meters.

Results

B1G Finishes
Emma Nwofor –
1. 60H 8.07; 2. High Jump 1.79m; 3. Pentathlon 4,113 points
Anavia Battle – 1. 60m 7.29; 1. 200m 22.79
Adelaide Aquilla – 1. Shot put 17.85*
Tamani Wilson – 4. 400m 53.94*
Morgan Lewis – 3. 60H 8.27
Devine Parker – 2. 60m 7.36; 2. 200m 23.24
Halimah Barlow – 6. 200m 24.00
Annie Ubbing – 6. 600m 1:29.94
Aziza Ayoub – 4. 800m 2:06.80
Alexus Pyles – 7. 60H 8.46; 7. 4,031

 

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