Archives

osu-w-vb

Women’s Volleyball Secures Big 10 Victory Vs. Northwestern

The 19th ranked Buckeyes women’s volleyball team stopped Northwestern in a three-set victory to pick up their first Big Ten win, 11th overall (11-4 & 1-2 Big 10). Playing in Columbus to a well-received crowd of enthusiastic supporters, the Buckeyes would not disappoint. Valeria León dominated defensively as she averaged over seven digs per set, […]

The Ohio State University moves onto the 2nd round of the 2014 NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament. Lexington, KY. December 5, 2014

Women’s Volleyball Falls To 0-2 In Big 10 Play

On September 23 in Madison, Wisconsin the Women’s Volleyball Team opened up Big Ten play against the Nations #3 Badgers of Wisconsin with a loss. The Buckeyes would be dropped in three sets: 25-16, 25-19, 25-17. OSU fell to a dominating 15-block via the Badgers. But even in such turmoil the Buckeyes out-killed the opposition […]

vl-w-vb

OSU Women’s Volleyball Takes 3 in Muncie, In

(Photo courtesy www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com) The Ohio State University women’s volleyball team (10-2), 19th in the nation polished off a trifecta in Muncie by taking the Ball State Active Ankle Challenge over the weekend with a powerful performance which wrapped up the 2016 non-conference schedule by downing the host BSU Cardinals in straight sets (25-20, 25-12, 25-14). […]

wvb1

Osu Women’s Volleyball Takes Two Wins In Doubleheader Dominance

The Nation’s 19th ranked Women’s Volleyball team, The Ohio State University did not take long to wrap up two wins at the 2016 Ball State Active Ankle Challenge. They now face host ball State Saturday (Sept. 17th) at 6:00 p.m. ET. After defeating Valparaiso (6-6) and University of North Carolina at Greensboro (4-7) by a […]

cr9ut90waaejc0u

OSU Non-Rev: An Up and Down Weekend

The 19th ranked Ohio State women’s soccer team has gotten off to their best start in years, taking a 5-1 record into their last non-conference weekend of the season.  On Friday the Buckeyes hosted Texas and the Longhorns were not very polite guests, scoring four minutes into the game to go up 1-0.  After nearly […]

rug

Osu Men’s Rugby Start 2016 Season 1-1

(Photo courtesy:  GJ Hildebrandt) The Ohio State University Men’s Rugby Club has started off where they left off last season (2015 BTU Runners-up) – with rapid notice that they deserve mention in any conversation referencing Rugby play. In 2015, the Buckeyes ended the season with an appearance in the BTU 15’s Championship on November 14 […]

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 21: Kyle Frederick Snyder of USA celebrates his semi final victory over Elizbar Odikadze of Georgia during the Mens Freestyle 97kg Wrestling at Carioca Arena 2 on August 21, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Could Kyle Snyder hold an MMA Belt and win Olympic Gold in 2020?

He’s already one of Ohio State’s most decorated wrestlers of all-time at 20-years old. After winning the Gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, he wasn’t old enough to enjoy a cold brew stateside. The ascent of Ohio State heavyweight Kyle Snyder throughout the last two years belongs in the wrestling storybook alongside the […]

aa

Osu Women’s Volleyball Spilt Weekend

The 12th ranked Buckeyes women’s volleyball team made a statement this past weekend in the Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational in Springfield Missouri. In their initial meet against IUPUI (3-6) The Ohio State University Women’s Volleyball Team in a 64-minute introduction outscored the Jaguars by almost 14 points per set. The Buckeyes built up a […]

Virginia Tech Women's Soccer vs. Ohio State (Photo courtesy of OSU Athletics)

OSU Non-Rev: Battles of Ranked Teams

While the Ohio State football team’s first game of the season may have gotten the most attention, the biggest Buckeye games of the weekend belonged to the OSU women’s soccer and volleyball teams. After opening the season with four straight wins, the Ohio State women’s soccer team faced their toughest test yet of the season […]

SBVB

OSU Women’s Volleyball Rolls To 5-0 Before Falling To BYU In A Thriller

This past weekend in downtown Columbus at Nationwide Arena, the site for the 2016 NCAA Championships, the Buckeyes Women’s Volleyball Squad, 11th nationally, dominated on a pair of sweeps Friday, Sept. 2. LIU Brooklyn and Wyoming got doubled up by the Buckeyes in kills (reaching 101 for the day), while allowing just 49 terminations. Ohio […]

12056931

OSU Non-Rev: Off to a Hot Start

While the Ohio State football team opens there season, a couple Buckeye teams opened their season last week.  Even as students were still settling into their dorm rooms and trying to figure out where their classes were, the OSU teams were getting the fall off to an exciting start on the court and the field. […]

Ohio State University coach Lou Rosselli yells to Hunter Stieber as he wrestles Cornell's Michael Nevinger in the 141-pound wrestleback Saturday, March 23, 2013, at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. Stieber won a 9-0 major decision. Photo by Scott Morgan 2013

Report: Lou Rosselli to be named new head coach of Oklahoma

One of the key people behind the resurgence of Ohio State Wrestling and the growth of the Ohio RTC is moving on to bigger things. Ohio State Buckeye Associate Head coach and Ohio RTC headman Lou Rosselli has accepted the head coaching position at the University of Oklahoma. The former Edinboro wrestler and assistant, who just […]

Merriman_Donica

Making The List: Donica Merriman

The 2016 Rio Olympics have just concluded. The United States dominated; 46 Gold, 37 Silver, and 38 Bronze for a grand total of 121 medals. In track and field the Women’s team out did all possibilities. In 21 events with 63 medals available (Gold; Silver; Bronze all combined) the Americans received 15 total, five of […]

a Hohlmayer

Making The List: Alice “Lefty” Hohlmeyer

When I started this listing of great Buckeyes, the obvious such as Jesse Owens, Jack Nicklaus, Woody Hayes, Archie Griffin, Jerry Lucas, Herb Williams, and Katie Smith were all guaranteed to be mentioned. Their accomplishments were completely golden and were well beyond the purpose of this weekly briefing of some of the greatest athletes to […]

Konno

Making The List: Ford Hiroshi Konno

The weather for these next two days here on the East Coast is predicted to be oven-like. 105˚ to 110˚ with what is termed as the heat-factoring is predicted. With all of that in mind and the Olympics now in full-swing – Michael Phelps ruling in the swimming category – certainly no surprise – I […]

Ebner

USA Men’s Rugby Eliminated In Rio – Ebner Shines

The United States Rugby Sevens team was eliminated from medal contention in Rio today in Deodoro Stadium. They, in order to stay in contention, had to beat a powerful Fiji, draw, or lose by less than four points. They would lose 24-19. Nate Ebner, the safety for the New England Patriots, and a walk-on star […]

rugby

Making The List: Dr. Glyn Meyrick

With the Olympics in Rio almost upon us and all of the wondrous bliss for a sports junkie that it offers I am encouraged by a recent article I wrote on Nate Ebner and his making of Team USA for Rugby 7’s. I have come to enjoy this game with tremendous enthusiasm. My intent in […]

1956

Making The List: Peter “Pete” George

In our pursuit to bring to focus some of the great past names of athletics from The Ohio State University in Making the List, often names are missed – even intended to bring out at another time … but the grand tool of forgetfulness arrives and good intent vanishes as it arrives to another worthy […]

Eb

Nate Ebner Heading To Rio On Usa Men’s Rugby 7’s Team

No so long after announcing his return to the New England Patriots in a two-year extension deal that lands him a million-plus each year Nate Ebner will be missing training camp this summer as he heads to Brazil as a member of the USA Rugby Team. Bill Belichick, Ebner recalls, was welcoming of his pursuit […]

JR

Making The List: Jim Reeder

This week let’s journey into baseball. The Buckeyes had some fantastic players in the wondrous world played on a diamond. Thus far in our journey to bring back a focus on past athletes from The Ohio State University – in baseball – we took a look at Frank Howard (also a basketball star) and Nick […]

Quantcast