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OSU’s Leslie breaks own school record in indoor mile

 

Cory Leslie of Ohio State’s Track & Field team, broke his own school record in the mile run at the Penn State National Invitational indoor track meet in State College, Pennsylvania.

Cory Leslie (courtesy of OSU athletics)

With an NCAA automatic qualifying run of 3:56.85, the third-best Division I time this season, Leslie finished second behind former Ohio State All-American Jeff See, who bested Leslie’s facility and meet record set in 2011 with a time of 3:56.51.

Leslie is a junior from Huron, Ohio and a graduate of Sandusky Perkins High School.

 

 

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Ohio State men’s volleyball headed to NCAA finals against UC-Santa Barbara

 

Ohio State beat Penn State in four sets Thursday night in State College, Pennsylvania, to advance to the men’s NCAA volleyball tournament final.

Shawn Sangrey led the Buckeyes with 15 kills, including the cross-court winner to cap the 25-18, 24-26, 25-22 and 25-23 victory.

Shawn Sangrey leads OSU to NCAA finals (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Buckeyes will now go up against UC Santa Barbara, which pulled an upset of top-ranked USC 29-27, 24-26,25-15 and 25-18 for the title.

The championship match will be played Saturday night at 7 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN2.

 

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Nebraska Cornhuskers join the Big Ten; 12 teams means title game coming

compiled from Big Ten and Nebraska Cornhuskers news

The Nebraska Cornhuskers will now have trips to places they ordinarily wouldn’t travel to: Chicago, Illinois (Northwestern), Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State), Greater Detroit (Michigan), East Lansing (Michigan State) and State College, Pennsylvania (Penn State).

That’s because, the Cornhuskers are saying “goodbye” to the Big 12 and “hello” to the Big 10 Conference.

Tom Osborne Nebraska AD (courtesy of Nebraska Athletics)

The Big Ten’s board of presidents and chancellors unanimously welcomed Nebraska to the family on Friday afternoon. The move takes effect on July 1, 2011.

Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman said the Big ten offered the stability “that the Big 12 couldn’t.”

Nebraska is the Big ten’s first new member since 1900, when Penn State became the 11th member, and it comes just six month’s after the league announced that it was looking at expansion.

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany said he presumed there would be a Big Ten championship football game beginning in 2011. He said the conference will not be looking at anymore expansion at least for the next 12 to 18 months.

Most Nebraska fans are used to playing against the likes of Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Iowa State and Kansas State for years. But now they’ll have to get to know the Big Ten schools.

With the move to the Big Ten, they’ll likely start a rivalry with their border neighbor, the Iowa Hawkeyes.