Ohio State Men's 4x100M Relay Team Sets School Record at NCAA East Preliminaries

By Kevin Harrish on May 27, 2018 at 12:23 pm
Ohio State sets new program record.
Ohio State Dept. Athletics

The Ohio State men's 4x100-meter relay team made program history on Saturday, setting a new school record time at the NCAA East Preliminaries.

The team, made up of Eric Harrison Jr., Duan Asemota, Drelan Bramwell, and Zack Bazile, posted a school-record time of 38.91 seconds, topping the previous record of 38.92 that was set at last year's NCAA Championship. Before that, the record stood for 25 years.

The performance was enough to punch the team's ticket to the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Championships on June 6-9 in Eugene, Oregon. The men's 4x100M relay team will be joined by eight other Ohio State qualifiers, bringing Ohio State's total to nine – six individuals and three relays.

The Buckeyes have the nation's No. 20 men's team in the country heading into the NCAA championships.

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