May 08, 2012
"It isn't hard to be good from time to time in sports. What's tough is being good every day." — Willie Mays
John Simon was named to the Lott IMPACT Award Watch List, his second straight year on the list.
Charles Eric Waugh, the OSU SuperFan, was arrested in Kentucky yesterday on probation violations.
The first Ohio State Women's Football Clinic under Urban Meyer will be June 9th.
The entire Ohio Senate swooned when Aaron Craft was honored.
Jordan Sibert will take his talents to Dayton in search of more playing time. Godspeed young man.
Out at The Swish, the Buckeyes swept the Cats of Northwestern to stay in the B1G Tournament hunt.
Next up for the bats is a midweek trip to Oklahoma State.
Ladies Lacrosse beats up on Vandy in OT at ALC Tournament.
Then drops a heartbreaker to host Florida in the semis.
Men's Lacrosse falls to Fairfield in the ECAC Tourney, awaits fate of NCAA At-Large Bid.
Ladies Golf earns their 18th consecutive NCAA Regional Bid, will host teams on May 10-12.
Duffer Grant Weaver is named the B1G Freshman of the Year, OSU's first since Chris Smith in 1988.
The Men's Golf team earns a bid to the NCAA Regional in Ann Arbor as the 13th seed.
The Lady golfers have four honored by the B1G, led by Kendall Prince, 2012 Freshman of the Year.
Gymnast Kris Done qualifies for VISA Championship after his performance in the U.S. Men's Qualifier.
OSU WR Devin Smith made his track and field debut, placing 6th in the 100M Dash.
Demoye Bogle puts up another PR in the 400M Hurdles with a time of 52.06, good enough for first.
Chase Buchanan and Blaz Rola were selected to compete in the NCAA Tennis Tourney, in both doubles and singles.