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Open Women

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2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

Head Coach
Andy Teitelbaum, 22nd year

2016 Finish

  • Team - Big Ten Champs, 2nd at NCAAs
  • Varsity 8 - Big Ten Champs, NCAA Champs
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - Big Ten Champs, 2nd at NCAAs
  • Varsity 4 - Big Ten Champs, 5th at NCAAs

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5

2017 Seniors - 9

2017 Outlook
"We are excited to have assembled a very high powered race schedule for 2017. In addition to the B1G Conference, we will be seeing Ivy powers Harvard and Yale, and PAC-12 foes Cal, Washington, and Stanford. We hope to be as competitive as we have been in the recent past as we get ready for a spring of great challenges."
-Head Coach Andy Teitelbaum

2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012
 April 15, 2017
 March 25, 2017
Ohio State's Aina Cid
This week's row2k Interview is with Ohio State senior rower Aina Cid, who qualified the Spanish W2- for the Olympic Games at the FOQR and raced to a 6th place finish in Rio.

Top Images of 2015
For the month of December, the row2k blog is featuring the top images of the year, one per day.



Open Men

Overview
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2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2012

Head Coach
Mark Williams, 3rd year

2016 Finish

  • Varsity Pair - 14th at ACRA
  • Varsity 2x - 15th at ACRA
  • Freshmen 8 - 16th at ACRA

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 0

2017 Seniors - 2

2017 Outlook
"After a much-needed relocation to nearby water in the fall, our spring roster is looking much healthier for 2017. Our winter training volume is the highest yet in my 3 years with the program. So far the athletes are responding well. The varsity squad is progressing nicely and the freshman will again play a large role in the spring campaign, where we look on course to boat two freshman eights. The competition & performance culture has started to take hold, and the coaching staff looks forward to seeing where the Buckeyes can go from here."
-Head Coach Mark Williams

2015 | 2012
 April 18, 2015