Iowa at Ohio State


Full Results tOSU: 197.225 Iowa: 196.900
VT: Henderson, Zivat, 9.900 UB: Riccardi, 9.950 BB: Hodges, 9.925 FX: Edwards, 9.975 AA: Harris, 39.500

The Big Storyline: It was a close meet through all four rotations, but ultimately Ohio State came out on top. The Buckeyes put up some huge scores on bars and floor, and they’re showing that they are a force to be reckoned with. 

Implications: Ohio State keeps its win streak alive! The Buckeyes will move to second place in the Big Ten and Iowa will stay in fourth. Ohio State will drop out of the top 10 in the national rankings but only to the 11th spot. 

Records: The Buckeyes pulled off their third best score in program history with a 197.225.


Current Rankings: No. 15 Iowa at No. 10 Ohio State

Why You Should Make Time to Tune in: Iowa and Ohio State’s averages are only separated by just over three tenths, so it’s safe to say this meet will be fairly evenly matched. Ohio State will be looking to stay in the top 10 in the national rankings while also holding off Michigan State and Iowa in the Big Ten rankings. 

Need More Proof? Ohio State’s star freshman Payton Harris improved her all-around score by 0.225 from Week 1 to Week 2, and it’s looking like that number will keep going up. As for Iowa, its team score improved by almost four tenths, and if it keeps hitting routines, Iowa may be able to challenge Ohio State both at the meet and for the second spot in the Big Ten. 

The event is finished.

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Jan 22 2023


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