The Buckeye track and field team concluded their 2023-2024 season, and the school’s spring sports season, with impressive achievements. Eleven team members were named first- or second-team All-Americans, with two additional athletes receiving honorable mentions at the NCAA Championships.

The Championships took place in Eugene, Oregon, last week. The Buckeyes achieved several top-10 finishes and set new program records during the meet.

Aniya Mosley, who earned first-team All-American honors in the 800m, broke her own program record set in the NCAA East First Round with a time of 2:00:08, advancing to the finals. She ran her second-fastest time of the season in the finals, posting 2:01:23, and finished seventh overall.

Leah Bertrand, another first-team All-American, was recognized for her performance in the 100m, finishing seventh in the finals with a time of 11:05 despite windy conditions.

Bertrand also received second-team All-American honors in the 4x100m relay with teammates Marcia Sey, Nya Bussey, and Fatouma Conde. The team finished 10th in the preliminaries with a time of 43:08, narrowly missing the finals by just 0.04 seconds, marking their second-fastest time of the season.

Conde was also named to the second team in the 4x400m relay, along with Chanler Robinson, Columba Effiong, and Bryannia Murphy. They finished 12th in the preliminaries with a time of 3:31.03.

Janela Spencer earned second-team All-American honors for her performance in the 100m hurdles, finishing 15th in the preliminaries with a personal best time of 12.99.

Bussey and Faith Bender received honorable mentions, with Bussey in the 100m and Bender in the discus. Bender concluded a remarkable season with a best throw of 54.14m (177’7”), placing 19th overall in discus.

For the men’s team, Hayden Tobias’s best mark of 19.05m (62’6”) earned him 12th place in the shot put. He consistently threw over 19 meters in all six appearances, earning second-team All-American honors.

Reign Wilson also earned second-team All-American honors in his first NCAA Championships, clearing 2.12m (6’11.5”) to tie for 11th place in the high jump.

With these results, Ohio State’s spring sports season has come to an end. Now, attention turns to the eight current or former Ohio State athletes who will compete in the 2024 Olympics in Paris this summer.