The Ohio State Buckeyes men and women both took victories over the Miami (OH) Redhawks, with the men winning 175-101 and the women winning 173-116.
The 200-yard medley A relay team of Matt McHugh, Jack Barone, Ching Lim and Mossimo Chavez started off the Buckeyes winning streak touching in 1:30.45, ahead of the Buckeyes C team (1:33.39) and the Redhawks A team (1:34.25). The 1000-yard free was also won by the Buckeyes, with Brayden Seal touching 1st in 9:18.56, and teammate Austin Mortimer finishing behind him in 9:27.23. Ohio State got another 1-2 finish in the 200-yard free, with Joey Long (1:40.50) just out touching teammate Jovan Mitrovic (1:40.54).
Lim, Barone and McHugh all went on to win individual events, with Lim touching 7 seconds ahead of the field in the 200-yard fly (1:49.17), Barone touching in 57.71 in the 100-yard breast and McHugh winning the 50-yard free in 20.44.
The Buckeyes also dominated the 100-yard backstroke with 1-2-3 finishes by Thomas Trace (50.20), Gus Whiteman (50.57) and Andrew Appleby (50.69). Whitman went on to win the 200-yard backstroke in a time of 1:48.99 and Appleby took the victory in the 100-yard free in 45.35.
The Buckeyes also outweighed the diving boards, with Stephen Romanik winning the 1m with 391.35 points and Colin Zeng winning on the 3m board with 430.50 points.
Nick Potter, Pete Simcox and Ross Rybakowicz all earned first place points for the Redhawks in the 500-yard free (4:46.47), 100-yard fly (51.78) and 200-yard IM (1:57.66) respectively.
Ohio State’s A team of Nathan Christian, Trace, Justin Dunn and Charlie Fry touched first in the 400-yard free relay (3:05.00) ahead of Miami’s A (3:10.74) and B (3:18.45) teams.
The Buckeyes started the meet in dominating style with a 1-2-3 finishe in the 200-yard medley relay. The A team of Camey Rabold, Amy Bopp, Ariana Bullard and Liz Li touched in 1:44.43, ahead of C team (1:44.71) and B team (1:45.43).
Ohio State’s Alex Wittman took the first individual victory in the 1000-yard free in 10:12.44, which is the 5th fastest time in school history, she also had the 2nd fastest time in the 500-yard free (5:01.32) behind teammate Kathleen Cook who won the event in 4:58.20.
Bopp went on to win both the 100-yard breaststroke and 200-yard breaststroke in 1:03.29 and 2:17.79 respectively. Ohio State’s Lindsey Clary also had double top finishes, winning the 200-yard free (1:51.47) ahead of teammate Katy Luchansky (1:51.67) and posting the fastest time of the meet and 10th fastest time in program history in the 200-yard back (2:04.79). Luchansky went on to win the 100-yard freestyle in 52.03.
Annie Jongekrijg and Amanda McNulty were both individual winners for the Buckeyes finishing first in the 50-yard free (23.74) and 200-yard fly (2:02.30) respectively. Li also posted the fastest time in the 100-yard fly (55.59) and placed 2nd in the 100-yard back (56.17), behind teammate Rabold, who won the event in 56.15.
The Buckeyes Hannah Thek won the 3m (358.95), but fell short in the 1m, finishing 2nd (314.18) behind Redhawks Pei Lin (333.53).
Ohio State’s A team of Cook, Jongekrijg, Cheyenne Meek and Li posted the fastest time in the 400-yard freestyle relay (3:28.05), followed by their teammates on the B team (3:29.42) and the Redhawks A team (3:30.86).