Hey, you! Reading this sentence. Ohio State isn’t a football school or a basketball school or even a wrestling school. It’s a synchronized swimming school, and it proved yet again why that’s the case on March 30. The team captured its 32nd national championship.
Just to give you a reference point: Synchronized Swimming has only been recognized as a sport by the NCAA for 42 years. Ohio State has won a national championship in thirty-two of those years.
Header photo courtesy of @OSUSynchro/Twitter.