COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State women’s swimming and diving team are Big Ten Conference champions for a fourth consecutive year.
The group wrapped up another title over the weekend at the Canham Natatorium at the University of Michigan.
The Buckeyes totaled 1,425 points to best runner-up Indiana with 1,291.5 points and third-place Michigan with 1,108 points.
Over the competition, Ohio State won 11 races including four relay champions. They also established seven Canham Natatorium pool records, seven school records and one Big Ten championship mark.
The Buckeyes led the meet since Thursday from the fifth race on.
Ohio State is second in Big Ten history with nine championships (1982-83-84-85-86-2020-21-22-23).
Head coach Bill Dorenkott has now led teams to seven Big Ten titles, including four Ohio State teams, and he is second in conference history in women’s titles.
Eight Buckeyes earned first-team all-Big Ten honors: Teresa Ivan, Nyah Funderburke, Katherine Zenick, Josie Panitz, Hannah Bach, Felicia Pasadyn, Catherine Russo and Amy Fulmer. Morgan Kraus and Lena Hentschel earned second-team honors.
Ohio State’s 2023 Big Ten Champions
(*Canham Natatorium pool record; #Big Ten championships record; !Ohio State record)
- 200 medley relay – Nyah Funderburke, Hannah Bach, Kaherine Zenick, Teresa Ivan; 1:33.95*
- 200 individual medley – Josie Panitz; 1:54.96*
- 50 freestyle – Katherine Zenick; 21.85
- 400 medley relay – Nyah Funderburke, Hannah Bach, Kaherine Zenick, Amy Fulmer; 3:26.68*
- 100 butterfly – Katherine Zenick; 51.48
- 400 individual medley – Felicia Pasadyn; 4:03.62*
- 100 breaststroke – Hannah Bach; 58.19
- 100 backstroke – Nyah Funderburke; 51.52
- 200 free relay – Katherine Zenick, Nyah Funderburke, Teresa Ivan, Amy Fulmer; 1:26.70*#!
- 100 freestyle – Amy Fulmer; 47.02*!
- 400 freestyle relay – Katherine Zenick, Catherine Russo, Teresa Ivan, Amy Fulmer; 3:10.12*!