The Ohio State rifle team turned in a team record 4648 in a close match at No. 1 West Virginia. Although the Mountaineers won by nine, the Buckeyes defeated WVU in smallbore 2305-2301 en route to a program-best score, eclipsing the previous best of 4633 recorded last season.
In smallbore, Ohio State was led by sophomore Remington Lyman who fired a personal and match high 584. Freshman Deanna Binnie also had a solid day for the Buckeyes with a 581. Senior Amanda Luoma and freshman Chrissy Thomas both fired 570 and junior Greg Hagar rounded out team scoring for the Buckeyes with a 562. Redshirt senior Dan Chapman fired a 565 in his first action of the season and sophomore Alex Kimura (555) also competed as an individual for the Buckeyes.
Smallbore is a rifle of .22 or less caliber.
In air rifle, Ohio State was again led by Lyman who fired a personal-best 592. Binnie also fired a personal-best with a 588. Luoma (584), Thomas (579) and Hagar (562) rounded out team scoring for the Buckeyes. Chapman (577) and Kimura (578) rounded out the individual scores for the Buckeyes.
Fencing wins Duals, again.
The Ohio State fencing team finished 13-0 in the 2013 OSU Duals Saturday at the French Field House. The victory extended the team’s undefeated streak to 10 years at the event. Read More