Ohio State’s men’s tennis team clinched its 18th consecutive Big Ten championship with a victory over Wisconsin in Madison. The win marked another successful season for the Buckeyes, who secured at least a share of the title earlier in the week with a victory over Nebraska. However, it was their triumph over Wisconsin that secured the outright championship.

Robert Cash’s performance was particularly noteworthy, as he earned his 140th career doubles win, setting a program record. Cash was able to play for an additional season for the Buckeyes due to COVID-19 eligibility permissions.

Ohio State’s dominance in men’s tennis is unparalleled in the Big Ten, having won every regular-season title since 2006. This streak is the second-longest in any sport in the conference, behind only Iowa wrestling, which won 25 consecutive titles from 1974 to 1998. The Buckeyes boast an impressive 188-2 record in Big Ten play and a 584-62 overall record since the streak began.

With the regular season concluded, Ohio State now looks ahead to the Big Ten Tournament, set to begin next Friday, followed by the NCAA Regionals the following weekend. The Buckeyes currently hold the top spot in the D-I Men’s Tennis Rankings with an outstanding 27-1 record this season.