2019-20 Ohio State Buckeyes Men's Swimming & Diving

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2019-20 Ohio State Buckeyes Men's Swimming & Diving

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Current Record: 4-3 (1-1)

Current Ranking: #17

10/18-19 @ #11 Texas A&M - L 153-147
11/1 vs. #24 Virginia Tech (@ Penn State) - L 185-168
11/2 @ #RV Penn State - W 193.5-158.5
11/8 vs. #2 (D3) Kenyon - W 207-87
11/15 vs. #2 (D3) Denison - W 215-80.5
11/21-23 @ Ohio State Invitational - 1st/5
12/4-7 @ AT&T Winter Natioanls (Atlanta, GA) - No Team Score
1/3-4 vs. #RV Kentucky - W 175.5-142.5
1/18 vs. #3 Michigan - L 190-110
1/24-25 @ Shamrock Invitational - 3rd/4
1/31 @ Pittsburgh - No Team Scores
2/14-16 @ Ohio State Winter Invitational - No Team Scores
2/26-29 @ Big Ten Championships (@ Indiana) - 2nd/10
3/8 @ Ohio State Last Chance Meet - No Team Scores
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Opening the season against the some solid competition, the Buckeyes traveled to College Station to have a 2-day duel meet against #11 Texas A&M. It was a battle that the Aggies eventually won in a tight one, 153-147.

OSU won races in the following events: 1000 Free (Carson Burt), 200 Free (Paul DeLakis), 200 Fly (Alex Dillmann), 50 Free (Cameron Craig), 1-meter Dive (Lyle Yost), and 500 Free (Paul DeLakis).

Next up, Ohio State will head to State College, PA to have two duel meets against Virginia Tech and Penn State on November 1st and 2nd.



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The Buckeyes won one and lost one over the weekend in their 2 day double duel in State College, PA on the campus of Penn State. OSU fell to #24 Virginia Tech by a score of 185-168. Then, competing against host and receiving votes Penn State, the Buckeyes picked up a 193.5-158.5 conference victory.

OSU won races in the following events: 100 Breast (Jason Matthews), 3-meter Diving (Jacob Fielding), and the 400 Free Relay.

Next up, Ohio State will return to the pool next weekend, as they host a double duel against Kenyon and Akron.



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The Akron men's swimmers didn't make the trip to Columbus, but the men from Kenyon did make that street. The Buckeyes dominated Kenyon (the 2nd ranked team in D3) by a final score of 207-87. OSU picked up 15 victories on the men's side.

Next up, Ohio State will host Denison on Friday.



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Prepping for their first invitational meet of the season, the Buckeyes competed against Denison, the 2nd best D3 team in the nation, and pulled out a 215-80.5 victory. OSU won 16 out of 16 events in the meet, which includes all 14 swim events, and both of the diving events.

Next up, Ohio State will host the Ohio State Invitational next Thursday through Saturday.



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Facing some solid competition, the Buckeyes hosted their own fall invite, and came away with a first place finish out of 5 teams. OSU tallied 2,436.5 points, followed by Notre Dame (2,346), Yale (2,060.5), Virginia Tech (1,793.5) and Kentucky (1,768.5).

OSU earned victories in the following events over the 3 day meet: 100 Butterfly (Cameron Craig), 100 Breast (Jason Matthews), 100 Free (Cameron Craig), 200 Back (Thomas Watkins), 200 Breast (Jason Matthews), 1-meter Dive (Jacob Fielding), 3-meter Dive (Jacob Fielding), Platform Dive (Jacob Siler), 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay.

Ohio State will send individuals to the AT&T Winter Nationals in Atlanta, GA, December 4-7. Then team competition will kick back up on January 3 with a duel against Kentucky.



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The Buckeyes kicked off the second half of their season this weekend, by taking a 175.5 - 142.5 victory over Kentucky in Columbus.

OSU won the following events: 50 Free (Cameron Craig), 100 Breast (Jason Matthews), 100 Butterfly (Cameron Craig), 200 Back (Thomas Watkins), 200 Breast (Jason Matthews), 200 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay, 1-meter dive (Lyle Yost), 3-meter dive (Lyle Yost), and Platform Dive (Jacob Siler).

Next up, Ohio State will face-off in a duel against Michigan on the 18th.



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The 16th ranked Buckeyes took on their arch Rival, #3 Michigan, on senior day in Columbus on Saturday. Ultimately OSU fell to the Wolverines by a final score of 190-110.

OSU won the following races: 200 Back (Thomas Watkins), 500 Free (Paul Sampson), 1-meter dive (Lyle Yost), 3-meter dive (Jason Canova).

Next up, Ohio State heads to the Shamrock Invitational hosted by Notre Dame, next Friday and Saturday.



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The Buckeyes wrapped up their weekend at the Shamrock Invitational, hosted by Notre Dame, finishing in 3rd out of 4 teams with a total of 828 points. The Irish won the meet with 1,278 points, followed by Iowa with 917 points. Missouri State rounded out the field with 450 points. OSU earned victories in the following events:

50 Free (Sam Andreis), 1-meter dive (Joseph Canova), and 3-meter dive (Jacob Siler).

Next up, Ohio State competes in their final duel of the season when they travel to Pittsburgh next Friday.



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Although no team scores were kept for their dual yesterday at Pittsburgh, the Buckeyes would have posted a team score victory if that was the case. Both teams competed on both the short-course (yards) and the long-course (meters), as well as diving (which the Buckeyes dominated). Individual event victories included:

100 Freestyle LC - Matthew Abeysinghe
100 Back SC - Jonah Cooper
200 Free SC - Jay Johnson
200 IM SC - Trey Gribble
500 Free SC - Matthew Magness
1-meter Dive - Jacob Fielding
3-meter Dive - Jacob Fielding

Next up, Ohio State has next weekend off before hosting the Ohio State Winter Invitational, February 14-16.



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The Buckeyes have wrapped up a successful weekend in the pool, as they hosted their own meet, the Ohio State Winter Invitational. The following Buckeyes were event winners over the course of the 3 day, non-scored meet:

100 Breast - Ian Mikesell
200 Free Relay
200 Medley Relay

Next up, Ohio State has a week off, before they travel to the Big Ten Championships in Bloomington next week.



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OSU kicked off their week at the Big Ten Championships, hosted by Indiana on Wednesday. Not only did they start the meet on Wednesday, but they started on a strong note. The following were the Buckeyes finishers on the day that scored points (only two events competed on day one):

200 Medley Relay - 4th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
800 Free Relay - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time

The Buckeyes are sitting in 3rd place following day one with 108 points. Michigan leads with 120 points, followed by Indiana with 118 points.

Thursday's events include the following: 500 Free, 200 IM, 50 Free, 1 Meter Dive, and the 400 Medley Relay. Prelims will be at 11am, while finals will be at 6:30pm.



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Day two of the Big Ten Men's Swimming & Diving Championships has wrapped up. The Buckeyes finish the day in 2nd place with a total of 401 points. Michigan is the leading team with 555 points, while Indiana is in third with 397 points. OSU finished the day with an individual conference champion, as Andrew Loy won the 200 IM. The following athletes were Buckeyes that scored team points on day two:

500 Free:
Carson Burt - 15th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

200 IM:
Andrew Loy - 1st - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Paul Delakis - 2nd - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Daniel Gloude - 18th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Matt Abeysinghe - 21st - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Jason Matthews - 22nd - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

50 Free:
Sem Andreis - 3rd - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Colin McDermott - 11th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Josef Pohlmann - 17th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

1-Meter Dive:
Lyle Yost - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Fielding - 5th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Siler - 6th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Joseph Canova - 10th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Hunter Grannum - 20th

400 Medley Relay - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time

Everyone gets back in the pool tomorrow for prelims at 11am, and finals at 6:30pm. The following events will be contested tomorrow: 100 Fly, 400 IM, 200 Free, 100 Breast, 100 Back, 3-Meter Dive, and the 200 Free Relay.



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Day three proved to be successful for the Buckeyes as well, as they still sit in 2nd place with a total of 865 points. Michigan leads by a large amount with 1,063 points, while Indiana is just behind OSU in third with 857.5 points. Andrew Loy not only earned a conference championship for the Buckeyes in the 200 Free, but also set a new facility record. The following athletes were scored points for the Buckeyes on day three:

100 Fly:
Noah Lense - 4th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Sem Andreis - 13th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Jonah Cooper - 17th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Traher Gribble - 22nd
Lain Weaver - 23rd

400 IM:
Daniel Gloude - 13th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

200 Free:
Andrew Loy - 1st - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time
Paul Delakis - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time
Matt Abeysinghe - 14th

100 Breast:
Jason Matthews - 4th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Hudson McDaniel - 6th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Connor Isings - 13th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Evan McFadden - 16th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

100 Back:
Jonah Cooper - 4th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Colin McDermott - 5th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Thomas Watkins - 9th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Robert Kondalski - 11th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

3-Meter Dive:
Lyle Yost - 3rd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Joseph Canova - 4th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Fielding - 5th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Siler - 11th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Hunter Grannum - 14th

200 Free Relay - 3rd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time

Saturday is the final day of the Big Ten Championships, with prelims at 11am and finals at 6:30pm. The following events will be contested on the final day: 1650 Free, 200 Back, 100 Free, 200 Breast, 200 Fly, Platform Dive, and 400 Free Relay.



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With the Men's Big Ten Championships wrapping up on Saturday, the Buckeyes again performed at a high level, finishing in second place with 1,329 points. That was just ahead of third place and host Indiana with 1,321.5. Michigan ultimately won the conference title with a total of 1,548 points. Lyle Yost won the individual title in the platform dive on Saturday. The following Buckeyes scored points on the final day of competition:

1650 Free:
Carson Burt - 9th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Graham Miotke - 13th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

200 Back:
Thomas Watkins - 6th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Jonah Cooper - 7th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Colin McDermott - 8th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Robert Kondalski - 21st

100 Free:
Andrew Loy - 2nd - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Sem Andreis - 6th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Matt Abeysinghe - 7th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Josef Pohlmann - 24th

200 Breast:
Paul Delakis - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time
Jason Matthews - 5th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Connor Isings - 13th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

200 Fly:
Noah Lense - 3rd - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Daniel Gloude - 11th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time
Alex Dillmann - 14th - NCAA "B" Qualifying Time

Platform Dive:
Lyle Yost - 1st - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Siler - 4th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Joseph Canova - 5th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Jacob Fielding - 6th - NCAA "A" Qualifying Score
Hunter Grannum - 17th

400 Free Relay - 2nd - NCAA "A" Qualifying Time

Next up, Ohio State will host an Last Chance qualifier meet next Sunday.



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Officially, the Buckeyes will be sending 9 swimmers to the NCAA Championships in two weeks. The divers are currently competing in diving regionals to qualify for nationals, which is contested through Saturday. The following Buckeye swimmers have qualified and will be competing:

Semeude Adreis - 50 Free
Jonah Cooper - 100 Back
Paul DeLakis - 200 IM, 200 Free, 200 Breast
Noah Lense - 100 Fly, 200 Fly
Andrew Loy - 100 Free, 200 Free, 200 IM
Jason Matthews - 100 Breast, 200 Breast
Hudson McDaniel - 100 Breast

The following relays will also be competing for national titles:

200 Free Relay
200 Medley Relay
400 Free Relay
400 Medley Relay
800 Free Relay



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Final Season Rankings:
Coaches Rankings: #17



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