The Ohio State women’s volleyball team (10-5, 1-2 Big Ten) fell to the Indiana Hoosiers (11-4, 2-1 Big Ten) in four sets on Wednesday at St. John Arena.
The Buckeyes made nearly double the amount of errors as the Hoosiers, with 28 and 15, respectively.
Ohio State called a timeout early in the first set with the score at 9-4 Indiana, and quickly regained control of the scoreboard before tying the set at 16-16. The Buckeyes kept the score close but eventually fell to the Hoosiers at 25-21.
The team bounced back and kept a steady lead throughout the second set before closing it out at 25-18. The score stayed tight throughout the third match and the Hoosiers finished it at 25-20.
Indiana took the lead early in the fourth set and the Buckeyes could not catch up, leading to a 25-8 decision.
Junior middle blocker Madison Smeathers led both teams in number of kills with 11.
Ohio State has a long history with the Hoosiers, having won 52 of its 79 meetings with them, including 11 out of the past 12 matches before tonight.
The Buckeyes will get back on the road as they head to College Park, Maryland to face the Terrapins this Saturday at 7 p.m.