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10 Ohio State winter sports teams to support

Whether you want to head to the ice rink or sit courtside — there’s a Buckeye team for you to cheer for this winter. Here are 10 sports teams currently in action.

City Editor, Hanna, interviewing forward, Zed Key | Photo by Ohio State Athletics

City Editor Hanna interviewing men’s basketball forward Zed Key. | Photo by Ohio State Athletics

Looking to get your cheer on? Here are 10 Buckeye teams to go nuts for this winter.

  • Women’s gymnastics: The team will host a tri-meet on Sunday, Jan. 14 with Towson and Ball State.
  • Wrestling: Root for the No. 8 ranked Bucks on Friday, Jan. 5 as they host Cornell.
  • Men’s swim + dive: Support the Bucks against TTUN on Saturday, Jan. 20 at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.
  • Women’s ice hockey: The defending national champions are ranked No. 1 in the country. They host a double-header at home on Friday, Jan. 19 + Saturday, Jan. 20.
  • Men’s volleyball: The season opener is tonight at 7 p.m. vs. North Greenville University at the Covelli Center.

Here are five more Buckeye teams to support this season:

Grab your planner and browse the full winter sports calendar.

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