The Sun Devils are one of only two teams to have hit all five NCAA ‘A’ cuts at this point in the season and they lead the league in four of the five relays.
The return of Yost, Gaziev, and Clark provides Ohio State with a solid veteran foundation, but the Buckeyes have question marks headed into 2023-24.
After sitting out fall competition, Clark will be seeking his fourth consecutive appearance in the 1650 freestyle A-final at the 2024 NCAA Championships.
Ruslan Gaziev is returning to Ohio State for his COVID-19 fifth year of eligibility next season, giving the Buckeyes a boost amid a wave of key departures.
The Ohio State men now must replace half of their medley relays next season following the departures of versatile Australians Alex Quach and James Ward.
German backstroke specialist Cornelius Jahn was initially announced as one of seven signees for Ohio State’s 2023 recruiting class back in November.
Caspar Corbeau was a primary reason why the Texas Longhorns backed up their #1 ranking in the high school class of 2019.
Brendan Burns takes on the 200 back/200 fly double on the final day of the 2023 Big Ten Champs. Last year, he won both events, with a meet record in the fly.
The 2023 edition of the Big Ten Men’s Championships starts tonight in Ann Arbor with timed finals of the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays.
It was the first time the Ohio State men have beat Michigan on the road since 1951 and the first time the Buckeye women have ever won in Ann Arbor.
This week, we’re highlighting big team dual meet performances, swimmers who stepped up, and going in-depth on the numbers of NCAA relay qualification.
The Buckeyes swept the relays, and Alex Quach went 3-3 individually, as Ohio State defeated both Alabama and Texas in dual meet scoring.
Kentucky’s Kaitlynn Wheeler (pictured) posted the top time of the morning in the 500 free with a new personal best of 4:41.49.
The Buckeyes take a hit with some key losses, but they’ve got plenty of talent remaining as they aim for a 4th-straight top 10 finish.
Brown’s best time places her at #54 in the US 15-16 age group of all-time. Brown won the event by over four seconds.