Ohio State Women Break Big Ten 200 Medley Meet and Conference Record

The Ohio State women broke the Big Ten Meet and Conference record in the 200 medley relay as they touched in a time of 1:33.64 to kick off the 2022 Big Ten Championships. The relay finished ahead of Michigan who touched second in a time of 1:34.69.

The team consisted of Emily Crane, Hannah Bach, Katherine Zenick, and Teresa Ivan. They broke the record set in 2018 by Indiana that included Lilly King on the breaststroke leg.

OSU 2022 Indiana 2018
Emily Crane 23.77 Alex Rockett 23.63
Hannah Bach 25.51 Lilly King 25.84
Katherine Zennick 22.73 Christine Jansen 22.67
Teresa Ivan 21.63 Grace Haskett 22.02

Notably, Bach swam a faster breaststroke leg than King did in 2018. King’s fastest split ever was a 25.36 which she swam at the 2019 Big Ten Championships.

The relay also set a new Ohio State school record as the previous school record was a 1:34.46 from the 2021 Big Ten Championships.

OSU 2022 OSU 2021
Emily Crane 23.77 Crane 23.66
Hannah Bach 25.51 Bach 26.03
Katherine Zennick 22.73 Zennick 22.87
Teresa Ivan 21.63 Freya Rayner 21.90

Three out of the four splits were faster today than they were in the previous school record. Bach’s was the largest difference as she went 0.52 faster this year.

Last year, the relay finished third at the NCAA Championships. They will look to make the podium in the event again this year.

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1 year ago

Bach is the second best split ever

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