The Ohio State Synchronized Swimming Team capped their tremendous 2017 season with a National Championship, its 30th in program history.
The Buckeyes, who were hosting the US Collegiate Championships for the second time in the last three seasons, finished with 100 points which bested runner-up Stanford at 88 points.
The 30 national titles in program history are the most of any sport at Ohio State. This is the synchro team's first title since also winning it in their home pool in 2015.
The win got a shout out from OSU president Dr. Michael Drake who tweeted: "amazing achievement... #gobucks!"