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  • SOCCER TEAM: DC United

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Comment 28 Feb 2020

Beals Picks Up Win No. 300 at Ohio State in 11-6 Win at Lipscomb

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Head coach Greg Beals earned his 300th victory at the helm of the Buckeyes as the Ohio State baseball team picked up an 11-6 win at Lipscomb Friday afternoon at Dugan Field. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 3-4 on the year while the Bisons drop to 6-2.

The Buckeye skipper, who now has 543 career victories including 243 in eight seasons at Ball State, becomes the fourth coach in Ohio State history with 300 wins.


Comment 23 Feb 2020

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The No. 12-ranked Ohio State men’s hockey team scored three times in the final five minutes against Michigan State to come from behind and defeat the Spartans, 4-2, Saturday in Munn Ice Arena. The win gives the Buckeyes a sweep of the weekend series after a 1-0 win Friday.

In the first, the Spartans opened the scoring but Buckeye sophomore Quinn Preston answered with a power play goal. Michigan State scored with 11 seconds left in the opening period for a 2-1 lead, which stood until Ohio State freshman Jaedon Leslie tied the game at 15:11 of the third. Tanner Laczynski put the Buckeyes ahead with a power play goal at 16:39 and Preston sealed the win in the final second with his second goal of the game. Buckeye goalie Tommy Nappier had 29 saves for the victory.


Comment 22 Feb 2020

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Behind 25 saves from Tommy Nappier and a Matt Miller second period goal, the No. 12 Ohio State men’s hockey team posted a 1-0 win over Michigan State in Munn Ice Arena. Ohio State, playing its final road series of the regular season, improves to 17-10-4 on the year and is in third place in the Big Ten with a 10-8-3-1 ledger. The Spartans are 14-16-1 overall and 10-10-1-0 in league play. The teams will close out the regular season series at 7 p.m. Saturday in East Lansing.


Comment 16 Feb 2020

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – Conner Pohl’s bases-clearing double with two down in the top of the 10th inning lifted the No. 24 Ohio State baseball team over Indiana State, 10-6, Sunday afternoon at North Charlotte Regional Park. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 2-1 on the year while the Sycamores drop to 0-3.

Ohio State travels to No. 21 Georgia Tech for a three-game series starting at 4 p.m. Friday at Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta.

“We were sloppy defensively to say the least,” Greg Beals, Ohio State head coach, said. “I thought our pitchers really battled. I still believe that our infield defense is going to be a major strength of our team but we didn’t play that way this weekend. We’re going to pitch the ball effectively and we need to support that pitching staff. We had a really good game last night and we dealt with some tough situations today but we fought and competed. Today wasn’t pretty. We put ourselves in some bad spots but we fought our way through them.”


Buckeyes play TTUN April 10-12 in Ann Arbor.  TTUN beat top-ranked Vanderbilt this weekend.

Comment 16 Feb 2020

NORTH PORT, Fla. – Redshirt sophomore left-hander Seth Lonsway struck out 12 in six innings as the No. 24 Ohio State baseball team picked up its first win of 2020 with a 4-1 victory over Pittsburgh Saturday night at CoolToday Park. With the win, the Buckeyes even their record at 1-1 on the year while the Panthers drop to 2-1.

Ohio State closes its opening weekend with an 11:30 a.m. matchup against Indiana State Sunday at North Charlotte Regional Park. Junior lefthander Griffan Smith will get the ball for the Buckeyes against Indiana State junior right-hander Connor Cline.


Comment 01 Feb 2020

Bert approves.


Comment 29 Jan 2020

LOL on the downvote.  As the guy who posted the last article on the Hockey Bucks, I checked the OSU Hockey website and chose not to post last weekend after seeing the results.

Comment 28 Jan 2020

Hockey Bucks were swept by Minnesota last weekend.  Less incentive to post bad news.

Comment 21 Jan 2020

Discussion on NHL channel on Sirius is how Torts is gifted at achieving addition by subtraction.  Clearly playing well as a team. 

It's at least a relief not to have to listen as much to the constant refrain of "no one will be stupid like Columbus was last year."