Ohio State Buckeyes men's lacrosse
The Ohio State Buckeyes men's lacrosse team represents the Ohio State University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college lacrosse. The program was created in 1953. Ohio State plays its home games at Ohio Stadium, which has a capacity of 104,944. The Buckeyes have competed in the Big Ten men's lacrosse conference since 2015.
|Ohio State Buckeyes|
|University||Ohio State University|
|Head coach||Nick Myers (since 2009 season)|
|Conference||Big Ten Conference|
|Colors||Scarlet and Gray|
|NCAA Tournament Runner-Up|
|(1) – 2017|
|NCAA Tournament Final Fours|
|(1) – 2017|
|NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals|
|(4) – 2008, 2013, 2015, 2017|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|(6) – 2003, 2004, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2017|
|Conference Tournament championships|
|(1) – 2013|
|Conference regular season championships|
|(11*) – 1965, 1966, 1978, 1986, 1988, 1992*, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2014 |
Through 2019, the team has an all–time record of 493-424-5. In 2008, Ohio State won its first NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament game, defeating Cornell, 15–7, before falling to Duke, 21–10, in the quarterfinals. In 2013, they recorded their second tournament win, defeating Towson, 16–6. In 2017, they made their first Final Four appearance in school history. They beat Towson in the semi-finals, but lost in the championship to Maryland, 9-6.
The following is a list of Ohio State's season results as a NCAA Division I program:
|Conrad Steele (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1967–1973)|
|John Munson (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1974–1975)|
|Jerry Bell (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1976–1979)|
|Al Bianco (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1980–1984)|
|Fred Koval (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1985–1989)|
|Brion Salazar (Midwest Lacrosse Association) (1990–1993)|
|Paul Caldwell (Great Western Lacrosse League) (1994–1997)|
|Joe Breschi (Great Western Lacrosse League) (1998–2008)|
|2003||Joe Breschi||9-5||4-1||T-1st||NCAA Division I First Round|
|2004||Joe Breschi||12-4||5-0||1st||NCAA Division I First Round|
|2008||Joe Breschi||11-6||4-1||T-1st||NCAA Division I Quarterfinals|
|Nick Myers (Great Western Lacrosse League) (2009–2010)|
|Nick Myers (ECAC Lacrosse League) (2010–2014)|
|2013||Nick Myers||13-4||5-2||3rd||NCAA Division I Quarterfinals|
|Nick Myers (Big Ten Conference) (2015–Present)|
|2015||Nick Myers||12-7||3-2||3rd||NCAA Division I Quarterfinals|
|2017||Nick Myers||16-5||3-2||T-2nd||NCAA Division I Runner-Up|
Postseason invitational champion
- Ohio State forfeited eight games in 1992 per NCAA sanctions. Their record prior to sanctions was 10-4 (5-2) and T-1st MLA. The pre-sanction coaching record for Brion Salazar is 30-28 (6-7) and Ohio State’s pre-sanction overall record is 501-416-5.
Face-off vs. Michigan, 2015
- "Ohio State Brand Guidelines". Retrieved January 13, 2015.
- "2013 Ohio State men's lacrosse quick facts" (PDF). Ohio State University. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
- "2017 Men's Lacrosse Record Book" (PDF). Ohio State University.
- Devitte, Kyle (12 May 2013). "In-Game Blog: Towson-Ohio State". InsideLacrosse.com. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
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