SPRING SMILES 😁 Buckeye best week of april 3 - 9

πŸ† SEASON OF PARALLELS πŸ†

Back to back! Men's gymnastics won its second Big Ten title in a row behind reigning all-around champ Sean Melton

Melton is only the second athlete in program history to win back-to-back titles in the all-around; Blaine Wilson won three in a row from 1995-97

⚾️ RECORD-BREAKER vs. ❌ICHIGAN

Softball shut out TTUN in front of a single-game record crowd Sunday! The win snapped the Wolverines' 25-game win streak in regular season Big Ten games.

😳 1,836 fans were on hand to see the Buckeyes beat Blue Sunday, topping the shortest-lived school record (unofficially πŸ˜‰) 1,764 that were in the stands Saturday

The three-game attendance of 4,979 is also a series record

🏈 "WE PLAY FOR YOU!" πŸ™Œ

Buckeyes mingle with Buckeyes at annual Student Appreciation Day as droves of Scarlet & Gray faithful filled the Woody Hayes Athletic Center Saturday

βšͺ️✈️ BUCKEYES TAKE FLIGHT vs. BLUE JAYS

No. 11 men's lacrosse clipped Johns Hopkins for its 10th win of the season Sunday in #TheShoe

⚾️ PROVIDING THE POP! πŸ’₯

Buckeye bats come to life scoring 25 runs in a trio of wins against Kent State and Penn State

🌰 BUCKEYE LEAVES 🌰

Tallying the most points by a Buckeye (55) since 1998, men's hockey sophomore Mason Jobst earned All-America honors

Co-Big Ten Gymnast of the Year Jake Martin was golden Saturday night in Champaign winning the second Big Ten title of his career

Hitting nearly .900 in a four-game stretch, softball's Emily Clark was named espnW National Player of the Week

Earning his first career weekly honor, Dominic Canzone led the Buckeyes to a 3-1 mark last week with a .412 average and driving in seven RBI

WIN COLUMN πŸ‘

Men's volleyball caps off a 16-0 MIVA season with two road wins at Lindenwood and Quincy

NEXT UP: Buckeyes host Quincy 5 p.m. Saturday in the MIVA tournament quarterfinals

Fourth-ranked women's rowing dominates with a dozen wins in Bloomington against No. 13 Iowa and No. 18 Indiana

Women's tennis blanked Nebraska and Iowa for its fifth and sixth shutouts in its last seven matches

Men's tennis pulls off Hoosier State sweep vs. Purdue and Indiana, the Buckeyes have won 21 B1G matches in a row

SIGNING OFF πŸ‘‹

Buckeye in La La Land! Kelsey Mitchell spent Friday in Los Angeles for the John R. Wooden Award presentation.

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