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Ohio State continues to invest in facilities for non-revenue sports

Between women’s soccer’s Sunday match against South Florida being cancelled and the men’s team dropping its season opener Friday, soccer has had a bit of a rough week. The women now sit at 0-2-1 after tying Central Florida in double overtime last week, but have a chance to earn their first win against 16th-ranked Texas A&M on the road this Friday. The men, meanwhile, dropped a 4-3 decision against California State University Northridge Friday night, but have some bright spots already in the early going. Jack Holland, who is entering his senior season with the Buckeyes, scored two goals in the first half against CSUN. The men also bounced back Sunday night with a 1-0 win over UIC in Columbus. Next up, the men are scheduled to take on Dayton on the road Friday.

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