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Posts Tagged ‘Value City Arena.’

U.S. gymnast Liukin will be appear in Columbus on November 4

 

Nastia Liukin (2008 photo by Carly Peterson, ravedelay via wikipedia commons)

Russian-born Nastia Liukin, the 2008 Olympic all-around champion in gymnastics, will be heading a team of United States gymnasts in a show at Columbus, Ohio’s Value City Arena.

The Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions which will take place on November 4 at 4 p.m.

Liukin is a 22-year-old from the Soviet Union, but has been a member of the U.S. National Team for 8 years. She is only 5’3, 99-pounds.

Tickets will range from $28 to $203 and are available to the public starting at 10:00 a.m. July 13 at the arena and Ticketmaster outlets (1-800-745-3000) or www.ticketmaster.com.

The Tour of Champions members will be from the men’s and women’s 2011 world and 2012 Olympic team’s; past Olympians; U.S. medalists in rhythmic and acrobatic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling along with gymnasts from Central Ohio.

 

Info compiled from Kellogg’s Public Relations, U.S. Gymnastics, Radio & TV news

Michigan shuts out OSU before season-high 9,828 fans at VCA

 

(courtesy of University of Michigan via wikipedia commons)

Eventhough the Ohio State Buckeyes hockey team has gotten off to a solid start in the current CCHA season, the Michigan Wolverines is still the team to beat if they want to be league champions.

With Gordon “Red” Berensen on the bench since 1984, spanning 28 seasons and has a record of 743-346-75 and will always have the Wolverines in CCHA contention.

Michigan is working on a 22nd straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

Before a Friday night crowd of 9,828 at Value City Arena,  Michigan showed that they are the team to beat, by scoring twice in the first period on their way to a 4-0 win over the shocked Buckeyes.

Before the game, OSU was in first-place and ranked #2 in the nation.

The win by Michigan (13-8-4, 7-6-4-1 CCHA) have more experienced team than OSU, with 10 players on their roster who have been drafted by NHL teams.

Ohio State plays eight freshmen and are getting their feet wet with on-the-job-training in the rugged Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Michigan, who got off to a slow start, has been playing well in its last eight games at 6-0-2. Ohio State, lost last weekend to Bowling Green in back-to-back shootouts.

 

Info compiled from University of Michigan & Ohio State athletics news

Ohio State wakes up, then blasts Valparaiso, 80-47

 

William Buford (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Number-3 Ohio State started off slow in the first half, but got things together in the second half en routing Valparaiso of the Horizon League, 80-47.

William Buford heated up in the final half, scoring 17 of his 25 points as the Buckeyes moved to 6-0 on Friday night.

Aaron Craft chipped in with 15 points and eight assists; Jared Sullinger scored 14 points and hauled down 13 rebounds and Deshaun Thomas contributed 12 points.

OSU has now won 28 straight games at Value City Arena, which matches the third-longest home streak in the school’s basketball history.

Jay Harris led the Crusaders, now 5-2, with 18 points.

Up next for the Buckeyes is a visit from the Duke Blue Devils and coach Mike Krzyzewski in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and the arena will be sold out. Game time is 9:30 p.m.

 

Info compiled from OSU athletics

WRIGHT STATE visits OHIO STATE: WSU’s Donlon ready to use own recruits in second season

 

Billy Donlon (courtesy of Wright State athletics)

The Wright State Raiders will try to upset the Ohio State Buckeyes when they travel to Columbus tonight for a Big Ten Network game at Value City Arena at 9 p.m.

The Raiders head coach Billy Donlon looks just as young as his players.

Only 34 years old, Donlon is a coach on the rise in just his second-year. He took over last season, when his mentor, Brad Brownell bolted for Clemson as soon as Oliver Purnell left to take the job at DePaul.

Donlon earned a 19-14 mark, 10-8 in the tough Horizon League, good for 5th-place.

This year, armed with many of his own recruits, he is looking to improve on those records of a year ago.

Some experts who cover the Horizon League feel that this is a rebuilding job for Donlon and his staff. The only returning starter is 6’8, 245-pound center Johann Mpondo, who takes up space in the middle, plays good defense and rebounds.

There are seven newcomers on the roster and one of those is North Carolina State transfer Julius Mays, who is a shooting guard with two years of eligibility left. He is much better than the 4.7 points per game he earned with the Wolfpack.

Junior college transfer John Balwigaire shot 44.o percent from three-point land last year.

The other two players who have experience under Donlon is Cole Darling and Matt Vest.

The Raiders usually are good for 15-20 wins a season. And with Donlon at the helm, he won’t settle for rebuilding.

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OSU’s Sullinger named to preseason All-American squad

 

Jared Sullinger (courtesy of WAXXTV.com

Ohio State sophomore Jared Sullinger has been named a preseason All-American by the Associated Press. Sullinger was also named as a first-team All-American at the end of last season.

Sullinger is the first Ohio State player to be voted to the preseason All-America team since 1989 when Scoonie Penn was selected.

Ohio State is ranked number-3 in preseason by AP. The Buckeyes open up their exhibition season at Value City Arena on Sunday at 2 p.m. against Walsh University of Canton, Ohio.

The regular season opener is November 11 against Wright State.

 

Info compiled from OSU athletics, Radio & TV news

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