For the 32nd time in school history and the third year in a row, Ohio State's synchronized swimming team is a national champion.
The Buckeyes were victorious once again at the U.S. Collegiate and National Championship in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday, sweeping every category of the contest to dominate the competition.
Since the national championship for collegiate synchronized swimming was first contested in 1977, Ohio State has now won the title in 32 of 42 years.
Ill repeat my favorite stat that I drag out once a year after the Buckeyes inevitably win the natty again:— Kevin Harrish (@Kevinish) March 30, 2019
The Ohio State synchro team wins national championships at a better rate (.762) than the football team does games (.727).
They have 32 titles in 42 years. https://t.co/dKzva2f1AN
Ohio State's Nikki Dzurko won the solo competition at Saturday's national championships, while the Buckeyes' duo and trio teams also took top honors in their disciplines.