Ohio State men’s track and field wins first Big Ten indoor title in over 20 years

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It took until the final meet of the day, but the Ohio State men’s track and field team won the Big Ten Championship on Saturday.

It’s the program’s first conference title since 1993 and the fifth for coach Karen Dennis, who’s also won four as coach of the women’s team (she coaches both squads).

The Buckeyes edged Nebraska to do it, setting a school record of 3:05.09 in the 4×400-relay to win gold and hold on to the lead. The winning team was made up by Andre Jeff, Drelan Bramwell, Nick Gray and Asa Burke.

Gray also won gold in the 200-meter dash and set a school and meet record of 20.45 in the process.

Other medalists for the Buckeyes were DaJuan Seward who won bronze in the triple jump with a jump of 15.77, football player Kendall Sheffield who won silver in the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.68 and Gray, who finished one spot behind him for bronze with a time of 6.72.

Here is a video via Gray on Twitter of Dennis dancing after the win.

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