Ohio State’s synchronized swimming team continues to dominate.
The Buckeyes won their 34th national title in program history on Saturday, finishing first at the U.S. Collegiate Championship in Westmont, Illinois. OSU won the event with 95 total team points, while Stanford finished as the runner-up with 92 points.
OSU's title is the second consecutive national championship for the program, and the Buckeyes have won six of the last eight titles.
— Ohio State Synchro (@OSUsynchro) March 25, 2023
The Buckeyes are U.S. Collegiate Champions for the 34th time #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/BJjTNtc6C0
Congrats Sychro!! National Champs https://t.co/tzu0Cep7L5— Gene Smith (@OSU_AD) March 25, 2023
Senior Nikki Dzurko won the solo national title, the third championship of her career.
A 3 time solo national champion— Ohio State Synchro (@OSUsynchro) March 25, 2023
Congrats to Nikki Dzurko on winning the 2023 solo title #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/RfmbBWbj1t
Sophomores Emily Armstrong and Ruby Remati defended their duet title, winning for the second straight year. They won the event with a score of 84.6333.
Defended the— Ohio State Synchro (@OSUsynchro) March 25, 2023
Armstrong and Remati win the Buckeyes' second consecutive duet title with a score of 84.6333! #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/93ZnI2Xlvi
Remati also won the A Figures title with a score of 83.1950, though the event did not factor into the total team score.
Ruby Remati secures the first national title of the meet!— Ohio State Synchro (@OSUsynchro) March 25, 2023
She earns the A Figures crown with a score of 83.1950 #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/0xvZONeuKF
OSU coach Holly Vargo-Brown also picked up hardware, winning her sixth career U.S. Collegiate Coach of the Year Award.