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Podcast: Review/preview of Ohio State rowing

After a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, the Buckeyes look to row their way back to the top in 2020.

2017 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championship Photo by Adam Hunger/NCAA Photos via Getty Images Photos via Getty Images/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

Outside the Shoe is a podcast that focuses on Ohio State sports that aren’t football or men’s basketball.

We’re back with another edition of Outside the Shoe. This week, Meredith Hein and I go over the rowing team at Ohio State. Runners-up in the Big Ten Championships, and fifth-place finishers at the NCAAs, the Buckeyes capped off a 2019 season with five All-Americans.

In the podcast, we review the 2019 season a little, and look over what Ohio State has on the horizon in 2020.

If you have a few minutes—literally, 10 minutes will be enough—you can get the lowdown on what’s happening on the OSU rowing circuit. You can click here to listen, or the embed at the bottom. If you like Outside the Shoe, the embed allows you to download and subscribe.

Podcast Breakdown

0:00 — Intro
0:21 — Impressions from the 2019 rowing season
2:23 — How does OSU continue to be one of the best programs in rowing?
3:44 — Who is the biggest threat to the Buckeyes in the Big Ten?
4:54 — What does it take for a Midwest program to be successful on the national stage?
6:40 — With so little time to compete, how do teams make a run for conference and national championships?
7:40 — Impressions of the Buckeyes taking part in the U23 World Championships