Arthur Conover paced the Lords in their Friday showdown against OSU while sophomore standout Hannah Orbach-Mandel impressed on the Ladies’ side for Kenyon. The dual meet resulted in an OSU win on both sides.
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The Buckeye Men and Women just would not be denied, as they won easily over the Michigan State Spartans in East Lansing tonight.
OSU sprinter, Josh Fleagle, earned one of five event wins for the Buckeye men on Day 1 of OSU Invitational
Ohio State Buckeyes proved too strong for the Division III national champion Kenyon Lords in a 163.5 – 115.5 victory.
The second day of the Kenyon Winter Invitation proved to be just as quick and as much fun to watch as Day One. For host Kenyon College, though the event open auspiciously with very fast swims from both the Lords and the Ladies, the superior depth of the DI and DII teams arrayed against them led to a fourth place finish for the Ladies, and a third place finish for the Lords. On both sides, Ohio State University was victorious (795.5 women, 741 men).
The first night of the Kenyon Invitational, hosted in the James A Steen Natotorium saw some seriously fast swimming. That’s unsurprising, considering there are three DI schools in the house. The highlights of the evening were OSU’s Alex Norris taking down two pool records.
Purdue hosted a great competitive environment for four Big 10 schools on Friday. (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
Kenyon junior Austin Caldwell led the Lords’ charge and came in second in the 200 freestyle at Friday’s dual meet with OSU.
Bryaden Seal has given his verbal commitment to be a Buckeye in 2014. (Photo Credit: FriscoIsd.org)