Ohio State Wins 2019 Big Ten Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships

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Ohio State Wins 2019 Big Ten Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships

Buckeyes earn their third title and first since 2015

 

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Ohio State women’s indoor track & field team won the 2019 Big Ten Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the U-M Indoor Track Building in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Buckeyes registered 112 points during the two-day meet to clinch their third Big Ten indoor title and first since 2015.

Indiana was this year’s runner-up with 83 points, while Iowa finished third with 80 points. Wisconsin (77 points) and Nebraska (68 points) rounded out the top five.

The Buckeyes also picked up three individual titles during the weekend, led by senior thrower Sade Olatoye, who captured top honors in both the weight throw (24.07 meters/78-11.75) and shot put (meet-record 17.88 meters/58-8) for the second time in three years. In addition, OSU sophomore Anavia Battle was victorious in the 200 meters, winning in a meet-record 22.80 seconds.

The Big Ten Track Athlete of the Championships, Field Athlete of the Championships, Coach of the Year and Sportsmanship Award honorees will be announced on Tuesday (Feb. 26). The Big Ten Track Athlete of the Year, Field Athlete of the Year and Freshman of the Year will be announced March 12, following the NCAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.

BTN will debut coverage of this weekend’s Big Ten Indoor Track & Field Championships at 5:30 p.m. ET Tuesday. That coverage will also be available on the FOX Sports app and BTN’s digital extension, BTN2Go.

The following are this year’s All-Big Ten Women’s Indoor Track & Field honorees:

First Team

Jenna Jungels, Indiana

Briana Guillory, Iowa

Jenny Kimbro, Iowa

Tria Simmons, Iowa

Aly Weum, Iowa

Hannah Meier, Michigan

Aurora Rynda, Michigan

Carlyn Arteaga, Michigan State

Ellen DiPietro, Michigan State

Sophia Franklin, Michigan State

Annie Fuller, Michigan State

Dillon McClintock, Michigan State

Taylor Mullins, Michigan State

Lakayla Harris, Nebraska

Angela Mercurio, Nebraska

Anavia Battle, Ohio State

Sade Olatoye, Ohio State

Alexis Holmes, Penn State

Danae Rivers, Penn State

Alicia Monson, Wisconsin

Second Team

Margaret Allen, Indiana

Leah Moran, Indiana

Laulauga Tausaga, Iowa

Chloe Foster, Michigan

Alice Hill, Michigan

Tess Keyzers, Minnesota

Val Larson, Minnesota

Jasmine Barge, Nebraska

Shylia Riley, Nebraska

Julia Rizk, Ohio State

Janae Moffitt, Purdue

Rayce Albino, Wisconsin

Amy Davis, Wisconsin

Gabrielle DesRosiers, Wisconsin

Haley Lubow, Wisconsin

Ebony McClendon, Wisconsin

Bianca Stubler, Wisconsin

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