The Big Ten Indoor Championships were held this weekend in Ann Arbor, and Ohio State's women's team will head back to the Buckeye State as Big Ten champions for the third time in team history.
Congratulations to @OhioStateTFXC, the 2018-19 #B1GTF Women's Indoor Champion the #Buckeyes scored 112 points to finish ahead of @IndianaXCTF (83 pts) and earn OSU's third conference indoor title, adding to crowns in 2011 and 2015
— Big Ten Champs (@bigtenchamps) February 23, 2019
Several individual Ohio State athletes won Big Ten titles as well for both the men's and women's teams. They included Sade Olatoye (women's weight throw/shot put), Nick Gray (men's 60m/200m), Anavia Battle (women's 200m) and Frank Hayes (men's 600m).
The women's team finished with a score of 112. Indiana came in second with 83 followed by the Hawkeyes with 80. Nebraska captured the men's title with a team score of 93. Ohio State's men's team finished in sixth place with a score of 66.
With 112 team points and nearly 30 points ahead of the pack, the Buckeye women are the 2019 @bigten Indoor Champions!
— Ohio State T&F/XC (@OhioStateTFXC) February 23, 2019