Bellefontaine High School graduate Amy Fulmer played in a key role in Ohio State repeating as the Big 10’s women’s swimming and diving champion at the University of Minnesota.
The meet began Tuesday and concluded Saturday, with the Buckeyes topping the field for the second straight season.
The Buckeyes compiled 1,584 points to easily finish ahead of second-place Michigan, which had 1,326 points. Indiana, Northwestern and Wisconsin rounded out the top five.
Ohio State went into Saturday with a 199-point lead and the Buckeyes continued to add to their cushion throughout the final day of the meet.
A sophomore, Fulmer won a Big 10 title with the 200 freestyle relay team along with Taylor Petrak, Emily Crane and Katherine Zenick. The group finished in an NCAA qualifying time of 1:27.53.
Fulmer was part of a second-place finish in the 400 freestyle relay with Petrak, Zenick and Kristen Romano.
Fulmer teamed with Kristen Romano, Zenick and Sally Tafuto to finish third in the 800 freestyle relay (7:03.76).
Individually, Fulmer finished seventh in the 50 freestyle and was sixth in both the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle.
Fulmer was one of nine Buckeyes to earn first-team all-Big Ten honors.