Ohio State Dominates In opposition to Division III Powerhouse Denison

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Ohio State Dominates In opposition to Division III Powerhouse Denison

Two weeks after a pair of wins towards Virginia Tech, Ohio State welcomed Division III powerhouse Denison for the Buckeyes’ first residence meet of the season. The groups produced a pair of comfy wins, with the ladies successful 180 to 108 whereas the Ohio State males grabbed a 182-to-106 win.

For the Buckeye ladies, Felicity Pasadyn gained the 200 butterfly in 1:57.51, and he or she later paced the sphere within the 200 again in 1:56.78. Josie Panitz obtained the win within the 100 breaststroke in 1:00.26, and within the 200 IM, she topped the sphere in 2:01.33. For the boys, Thomas Watkins gained the 200 free (1:38.58) and 200 IM (1:49.93), and Ruslan Gaziev took the 100 again (49.22) and the 100 fly (47.90).

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The Ohio State males’s and girls’s swimming and diving groups gained their twin meet towards Denison on Friday evening. The boys defeated the Large Purple, 182-106, and the ladies gained, 180-108.

Males’s Meet Notes

  • The Buckeyes gained the 200 medley relay, with the workforce of Thomas Watkins, Rylan McDaniel, Chachi Gustafson and Mario McDonald swimming the occasion in 1:28.77.
  • Charlie Clark gained the 1000 free with a time of 9:01.26, ending 13 seconds forward of second-place finisher North Hansen (9:14.97).
  • Watkins earned a win within the 200 free with a time of 1:38.58. Alex Axon (1:38.81), Shaw Satterfield (1:39.65), Alex Metzler (1:40.23) and Mason Edmund (1:41.82) have been the subsequent 4 finishers.
  • Ruslan Gaziev (49.22) gained the 100 again. Josh Bogniard (49.37), Brandon Day (50.36), Tristan Jankovics (50.71) and Owen Conley (51.54) completed second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively.
  • Ian Mikesell gained the 100 breast with a time of 55.38. Karl Helmuth (55.83), Billy Regan (55.93), McDaniel (56.57) and Pete Krusinski (56.79) completed within the subsequent 4 spots.
  • Gustafson gained the 200 fly with a time of 1:47.75.
  • The Buckeyes took the highest 5 spots within the 50 free. James Ward positioned first (20.22), Jack Burroughs completed second (20.69), Daniel Baltes positioned third (20.79), Jean-Pierre Khouzam positioned fourth (21.01) and Satterfield completed fifth (21.23).
  • Clayton Chaplin positioned first within the 3-meter dive with a rating of 377.40. Mo Noaman (366.23), Jack Matthews (366.23), Jacob Fielding (323.78), Mike Parker (320.35) and Lyle Yost (304.13) had the subsequent 5 highest scores. Chaplin, Noaman, Matthews, Fielding and Parker all turned in NCAA Zones qualifying scores.
  • Baltes positioned first within the 100 free, ending in 45.92. Jay Johnson (46.02), Burroughs (46.12), Krusinski (46.94) and Bogniard (47.44) positioned second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively.
  • Conley gained the 200 again with a time of 1:48.71. Jankovics, Will Bansberg, Day and Luke Paxton took the subsequent 4 spots.
  • Regan gained the 200 breast, ending in 2:01.66.
  • Ohio State had the highest eight instances within the 500 free. Axon (4:29.71), Edmund (4:33.56) and Hansen (4:33.97) earned the highest 3 times.
  • Gaziev had the quickest time within the 100 fly (47.90). Ward had the second-fastest, ending in 48.26.
  • Yost gained the 1-meter dive with an general rating of 372.30. Matthews (368.10), Fielding (351.30), Chaplin (350.18), Noaman (333.00) and Parker (296.93) had the subsequent highest scores. The highest 5 scores are all NCAA Zones qualifying scores.
  • Watkins turned within the quickest time within the 200 IM with a time of 1:49.93.
  • The relay workforce of Gaziev, Satterfield, Edmund and Fabio Dalu had the quickest time within the 400 free relay with a time of three:02.66.

Ladies’s Meet Notes

  • The relay workforce of Nyah Funderburke, Josephine Panitz, Katherine Zenick and Amy Fulmer gained the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:39.61.
  • Sanna Peterson positioned first within the 1000 free with a time of 10:05.57. Maya Geringer positioned second (10:11.49), and Mia Lachey completed third (10:22.54).
  • The Buckeyes took the highest three spots within the 200 free. Zenick completed first with a time of 1:51.38. Jessica Eden (1:52.52) and Aislinn Walsh (1:52.54) completed second and third, respectively.
  • Morgan Kraus gained the 100 again with a time of 55.81. Libby Gilbert (56.94), Mairin O’Brien (57.17), Sydney Davids (57.90) and Catherine Russo (58.84) took the subsequent 4 spots.
  • Panitz took first within the 100 breast, swimming the occasion in 1:00.26, which is an NCAA B lower time.
  • Felicia Pasadyn gained the 200 fly with an NCAA B lower time of 1:57.51. Meredith Moellering positioned second (2:02.67), Kyra Sommerstad positioned third (2:03.46) and Sarah Turchanik completed fourth (2:06.81).
  • Fulmer’s time of 23.01 within the 50 free earned her a win. Allie Fenska (23.29), Tristan Harrison (23.44), Mackenzie Dewitt (23.86) and Funderburke (23.98) have been the subsequent 4 finishers.
  • Lena Hentschel gained the 3-meter dive with an general rating of 315.68. Amanda Ling (292.95), Jackie Brenn (282.53) and Ciara McGing (279.15) positioned second, third and fourth, respectively. They’re all NCAA Zones qualifying scores.
  • Teresa Ivan gained the 100 free with a time of fifty.82. Paige Corridor positioned second (52.01) and Kennady Kilger positioned third (53.82).
  • Pasadyn gained the 200 again with an NCAA B lower time of 1:56.78.
  • Mia Rankin positioned first within the 200 breast, ending in 2:22.12.
  • Gwen Woodbury with the quickest time within the 500 free with a time of 4:57.66. Fulmer (4:57.94) and Eden (4:59.22) had the next-fastest instances.
  • Fenska had the quickest 100 fly time with a 56.12. Turchanik (57.10), Sommerstad (57.20) and Moellering (57.40) had the subsequent three quickest instances.
  • Hentschel gained the 1-meter dive with a rating of 310.05. Ling (289.88), Brenn (282.38) and McGing (275.93) earned the subsequent three highest scores. All 4 scores are NCAA Zones qualifying scores.
  • Panitz had the quickest 200 IM time with a time of two:01.33.
  • The relay workforce of Harrison, Russo, Kilger and Pasadyn had the quickest time within the 400 free relay with a time of three:36.62.

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