Ohio State men’s basketball moved up two spots to No. 7 in the final edition of the Associated Press top 25 poll before heading to the NCAA tournament.
Immediately following a 91-88 overtime loss to Illinois in the Big Ten tournament title game, Ohio State was announced as a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.
The Buckeyes will face off against Oral Roberts in the Round of 64, and have Baylor as the 1-seed in their region. Read More
Ohio State women’s basketball ended its 2020-21 season with a 13-7 record and 9-7 record in the Big Ten, which is a pretty comparable record to the season prior, where the Buckeyes finished 21-12 and 11-7 in the conference.
The 2021 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament is set to begin later today with the matchups between seeds 11-14, and this year, nearly every game will hold weight or have the potential for an upset because of how deep the talent runs in the conference.
Ohio State sophomore forward E.J. Liddell was named to the First-Team All-Big Ten team by the coaches, and was named to the second team by the media.
The Ohio State Department of Athletics announced Tuesday that the football team will be pausing all team-related activities for one week “because of an increase in positive tests for the coronavirus following a round of PCR testing on Monday,” according to a statement released by the university.
Ohio State junior forward Dorka Juhasz was named to the first-team All-Big Ten team by the coaches for the second straight season.
It was another week without wins for either the Ohio State men’s and women’s basketball teams, and while the women’s team stayed at No. 22 in the latest Associated Press top 25 poll, the men’s squad fell two spots to No. 9.
In the final game of Ohio State’s season with postseason play out of the mix, the Buckeyes could not get past Rutgers’ suffocating defense, falling short on the road against the Scarlet Knights 71-63 for their fourth straight loss.
The defeat drops Ohio State to 13-7 overall and 9-7 in Read More
Sophomore guard Madison Greene is set to return for Ohio State after being removed from the team’s unavailable list for the first time in four games.