With Buffalo being almost rushed out of the doors of Millett Hall with how quickly the RedHawks made work of them, Akron came zipping into sweep the ’Hawks and remain atop the conference standings.
Farahay is following in her grandfather’s footsteps by becoming a key member of a university band. Her grandpa, Richard Taylor, played the tuba in Ohio State’s marching band in the 1950s. Farahay has been working at it since middle school.
Chinoporos, a junior majoring in early childhood education and a member of Miami University’s equestrian team, has been riding horses for almost 10 years.
Klinker, a Noblesville, Indiana local, is still very much in training as a runner, however, it’s no longer for Miami University varsity athletics.
Ohio State (5-5) beat Miami (5-6) again — this time, in volleyball. The RedHawks continued their struggle against their Big 10, in-state rival on Thursday, as they lost their seventh consecutive match against the Buckeyes. The ’Hawks are 4-12 against Ohio State all-time.
By Kyle Steiner, The Miami Student