News from the WHAC

Written October 7th, 2012 by Janelle

Busy Homecoming week for Buckeye Sports…

Men’s Soccer

Last Sunday (9/3), TSUN topped the Buckeyes in two overtimes by a score of 3-2 last Sunday, dropping to 4-6-1 on the season and 0-2-0 in the Big Ten.   Chris Hegngi, last year’s Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, paced Ohio State with five shots and scoring his first goal of the year. After going into halftime tied at one, the Wolverines gave Ohio State a 2-1 lead off an own goal, but tied it at 2 seconds later.  After missed opportunities by both teams in the first overtime, UM finally capitalized on a penalty kick to win the game in the second OT.

Women’s Soccer

Ohio State tied Wisconsin last Sunday (9/30) 0-0 in two overtimes at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium last Sunday, leaving the Buckeyes with a 7-4-1 overall record and a 2-2-1 Big Ten record.  The Buckeyes held a 15-12 shot advantage, including 6-2 on goal. Tiffany Cameron led the way for Ohio State, finishing with 5 shots including 4 on goal. Read More

News from the WHAC

Written October 1st, 2012 by Janelle

Making the great state of Ohio proud in all Varsity sports!

Men’s Soccer

The Buckeyes dropped their Big Ten opener to No. 15 Indiana 2-0 on 9/23.  Andrew Oliver gave Indiana a 1-0 lead in the 30th minute of play, and then Eriq Zavaleta converted a penalty kick in the second half to give them their second goal.  The Buckeyes outshot the Hoosiers 16-10 in total shots while being edged 7-6 in corner kicks.  On 9/26, Ohio State got back into the win column with a 4-1 win over Butler.  Austin McAnena had a trick for the Buckeyes, the first for the team since 2005.  The Buckeyes finished with an 11-10 overall shot advantage but were beat in corner kicks by the Bulldogs 8-3.

Men’s Cross Country

The Buckeyes finished 13th at the 8k Notre Dame Invitational on 9/28 after finishing with a team score of 296.  Tulsa captured the team crown, finishing with 104 points.  Ohio State senior Donny Roys led the Buckeyes, finishing 25th with a time of 24:14, followed by sophomore Josh Sabo who finished 38th with a time of 24:23.

Women’s Cross Country

Ohio State finished 11th with a team score of 249 at the 8k Notre Dame Invitational on 9/28.  Five of the Buckeyes finished with personal best times, including junior Meredith Wagner, who finished 11th overall with a time of 16:54. Florida State took home the title with a combined team score of 29 points. Read More

News from the WHAC

Written September 23rd, 2012 by Janelle

Representing the Scarlet And Gray takes multiple forms.

Men’s Soccer

 9/18 – The Buckeyes fell to Louisville 4-0 at Cardinal Park on Tuesday night, dropping to a 3-4 record.  The Cardinals got goals from four different players, and took the lead in the 20th minute when Marlon Hairston scored.  The Buckeyes were outshot 15-6 in total shots and 9-2 in shots on goal.

"...stop thinking, let things happen, and be the ball."

Men’s Golf

9/16 – After tallying a final day score of 299 at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate tournament, the Buckeyes finished third.  Tee-K Kelly led Ohio State, finishing fourth with a 3-under 210.  Boom Timko also did well for the Buckeyes, finishing fifth overall. Illinois finished with a final score of 3-over 855 to win the team trophy.

Women’s Soccer

9/16 – Tiffany Cameron’s overtime goal lifted the Buckeyes over Minnesota 2-1 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.  Minnesota took a 1-0 lead after a goal in the 11th minute by Katie Thyken, and the Golden Gophers took the lead into the half. After the intermission, after several missed opportunities, Marisa Wolf finally got the Buckeyes on the board to tie the game at 1. Then Cameron scored her fifth game-winning goal of the season in the 99th minute to give the Buckeyes the lead and the win. For the game, the Gophers outshot the Buckeyes 18-11, including 9-6 in shots on goal.

9/21 – The Buckeyes dropped a 1-0 decision at Illinois on Friday night.  After a scoreless first half that was delayed because of weather, the Illini had outshot the Buckeyes 12-8.  In the second half, Taylore Peterson gave Illinois the lead when she converted an assist from teammate Kassidy Brown.  Lauren Granberg led the Buckeyes in shots, tallying five. Read More

News From The WHAC

Written September 16th, 2012 by Janelle

Making the great state of Ohio proud… in all sports

Men’s Soccer

9/9 – Despite being out-shot 26-11, the Buckeyes got their first road win of the year by beating San Diego State 2-1.  Louie Berra led Ohio State to the victory with a goal and an assist at the SDSU Sports Deck.  Their first goal came from Joshua Bretto late in the first half to tie the game at one.

9/14 – Ohio State defeated DePaul 2-1 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on Friday night.  Goals for the Buckeyes came from Louie Berra and Kenny Cunningham, and goalkeeper Alex Wimmer finished with eight saves. DePaul finished with a 19-15 advantage in shots, while both teams finished in corners at 7 each.

Women’s Soccer

9/9 – The Buckeyes recorded their fifth shut out in a row by beating Duquesne 3-0 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Ohio State took the lead in the thirteenth minute when Tiffany Cameron managed to get the ball past Duquesne goalkeeper Devon Tabata.  The Buckeyes scored again less than sixty seconds later when Lauren Granberg converted a Cameron pass.  Cameron scored again in the 35 minute on a pass from Danica Wu to give Ohio State a 3-0 lead.  The Buckeyes finished with a 21-7 shot advantage.

Field Hockey

9/9 – The No. 23 Buckeyes fell to Miami (OH) 2-1 in their home opener at Buckeye Varsity Field.  Senior forward Berta Queralt scored the only goal for Ohio State at 7:07 in the first half.  Twenty-five minutes later, Emily Gruesser scored for the RedHawks and tied the game at one.  Demi Wideman scored the winning goal in the second half for Miami.  Ohio State finished with an 8-1 advantage in penalty corners, but could not find the goal to tie the game.

Women’s Volleyball

9/14 – The No. 21 Buckeyes fell to No. 18 Pepperdine in a three set loss on Friday in the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup. Senior Mari Hole finished with 11 kills and 10 digs in the match for Ohio State while teammate Emily Danks finished with 10 kills and 2 service aces.  Jazmine Orozco and Katie Messing led the way for Pepperdine, finishing with 13 kills each. Orozco also had 14 digs.

9/15 – The No. 21 Buckeyes lost 3-1 in a match against Florida State in the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup in Houston.  Mari Hole, Mariah Booth, and Emily Danks led Ohio State, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the No. 11 Seminoles.  Yildirim Fatma finished with 20 kills for FSU while teammate Olivera Medic added 13 and 14 digs.  Hole had 15 kills for Ohio State while Booth and Danks finished with 11 and 10 respectively.  Later in the day, the Buckeyes defeated Houston 3-1. Booth was named to the All-Tournament team, after finishing with 17 kills in the match. Hole finished the match with 10 kills and 11 digs.


9/15 – Sophomore Boo Timko and freshman Tee-K Kelly led the Buckeyes to finish in first after day one of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate tournament. Timko finished the day tied for first, finished 7-under 135.  Kelly finished tied for fight with 2-under 140. The third round of the tournament was being played today (9/16).

News From the WHAC

Written September 2nd, 2012 by Janelle

Brutus, Doin' Work

Here are updates from some of the other great Buckeye teams that are in season this fall!

Men’s Soccer

8/26 - Last Sunday, the Buckeyes fell to the University of Illinois-Chicago 2-0 after being outplayed and missing a variety of scoring opportunities.  UIC scored to take the lead when Jorge Alvarez found Ned Pavolic behind OSU’s defense. Ivan Stanisavljevic scored the second goal for the Flames in the 83rd minute.

8/31 - On Friday night, the Buckeyes tied No. 16 Coastal Carolina 1-1 in double overtime in the Bert & Iris Wolstein Classic at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. In the 77th minute, Alex Bujenovic launched and converted a kick from about 20 yards away from the goal to give OSU a 1-0 advantage.  The lead did not last long, however, as Coastal Carolina’s Ricky Garbanzo scored just over 2 minutes later to tie the game at one. The Chanticleers had several opportunities to take the lead in OT, but Ohio State’s goalkeeper Alex Ivanov, who finished with 11 saves, prevented them from doing so.

Women’s Soccer

8/26 – The Lady Buckeyes defeated No. 17 Maryland 1-0, evening its record to 2-2-0.  In the 18th minute, Tiffany Cameron scored the game’s lone goal for the Buckeyes.  After halftime, the Terrapins came out strong and played physical, but the Buckeyes were ready. For the game, the Terps had a 4-2 shots on goal advantage, and a 19-10 advantage overall.

Field Hockey

8/26 - Ohio State head coach Anne Wilkinson got her 200th victory as the No. 15 Buckeyes defeated No. 18 New Hampshire.  She became the first coach in program history to reach 200 wins.  Danica Deckard (senior forward) scored the only goal of the game to give the Buckeyes the lead.  The Buckeyes’ defense stifled NH, limiting them to just seven shots.

8/31 – The No. 15 Buckeyes shut out No. 25 American 2-0, paced by two goals from Danica Deckard in the second half.  Ohio State’s defense was once again stifling, limiting the Eagles to only two shots throughout the game. This was the second shut out in a row for the Buckeyes against ranked opponents.

Women’s Volleyball

8/31 – The Ohio State Women’s Volleyball team defeated Binghamton in a three set sweep in the Maryland Invitational, improving to 3-1.  Mari Hole led the Buckeyes with 13 kills, 6 digs, and 2 service aces, and Amanda Peterson had 26 assists.  Defensively, the Buckeyes finished with 9 blocks.

9/1 – The Buckeyes started the second day of the Maryland Invitational with a 3-0 win over Seton Hall.  Senior Mari Hole finished with 25 kills, 7 digs, and one block for Ohio State, while Emily Danks finished with 12 kills and 2 service aces. They then defeated Maryland 3-2 later in the day. Danks finished with a career-high 24 kills, 13 kills, and 13 digs.  She was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, and was also named to the All-Tournament team.  Mari Hole and Davionna DiSalvatore were also named to the All-Tournament team for the Buckeyes.