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Jason is our 2017 Agonis Club OSU Season Ticket Raffle Winner!!
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Get a Commemorative Person of the Year Polo Shirt!
Get this commemorative Polo Shirt from our 2017 POY Golf Outing for Jim Tressel and re-live the magic all over again! This outing was amazing and now you can get your hands on this limited edition Polo Shirt and be the talk of the office all year!!
Limited sizes and quantities are available and once they are gone, they are gone!
Wow. A week ago, over 150 golfers and members converged on Medallion Club in Westerville for one of the nicest Spring days of the year for our annual 18 hole scramble. We had a fantastic day with not only Coach Tressel and Coach Connolly in attendance, but the likes of Craig Krenzel and AJ Hawk running around the course made the day a good time for all. We were also joined by our very own weekly luncheon and emcee 10TV's Dave Maetzold, the Voice of OSU Football Mr. Paul Keels, and OSU Historian Jack Park all had their hands in making this one special day for all!
We raised a LOT of money for plaques, awards and scholarships and everyone was treated to a fantastic Steak dinner after a great day on the links.
Tressel announced 2017 Agonis Person of Year
Please join The Agonis Club of Columbus, its proud members and past OSU greats as we honor OSU Coaching Legend Mr. Jim Tressel (@JimTressel5) as our 2017 Person of The Year On Monday May 8, 2017 at The Medallion Club. Check this website for more details to come!
Northeast Ohio Native, Tressel graduated from Berea High School in 1971. Earned a bachelor’s degree in Education from Baldwin-Wallace College (1975) and a master’s degree in Education from the University of Akron (1977).
Jim Tressel start his football coaching career as an assistant at Ohio State University, Syracuse University, Miami University of Ohio and the University of Akron. In all of his coaching posts, Tressel also taught in the classroom to remain engaged with the student body.
In 1986 Tressel became head football coach at Youngstown State University. Within two seasons, the Penguins were in the NCAA Playoffs. He was named executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics in 1994. In his 15-year tenure as head football coach, Tressel’s teams amassed a record of 135-52-2, appeared in the playoffs 10 times and won four national championships.
Tressel left YSU in 2001 to become head football coach at Ohio State University. From 2001 to 2010, he guided the Buckeyes to the 2002 National Championship, six Big Ten Championships, nine bowl appearances, seven 10-win seasons and an 8-1 record against Michigan. His record at Ohio State was 94-21.
Tressel has published two books: “The Winners Manual: For the Game of Life” (2008) and “Life Promises for Success” (2011). His lengthy list of awards includes the American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year in 1991, 1994 and 2002, the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year in 1994 and 2002, Chevrolet National Coach of the Year in 1997, 1994 and 1993, the Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year in 2002 and the Sporting News National Coach of the Year in 2002. At YSU, he received the Heritage Award in 2008.
He was inducted into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame and the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame, both in 2015. He entered the YSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 2013.
In 2015, Ellen and Jim Tressel made a $1 million pledge to create the Ellen and Jim Tressel Student Work Opportunity Endowment Fund at YSU, an initiative to help expand student employment opportunities on campus. It was the latest in an extensive list of fund raising and philanthropy activities for the Tressels. They also participated in the YSU campaigns for the Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center, the expansion of Stambaugh Stadium and the Watson and Tressel Training Site. In 2007, Frank and Norma Watson and Jim and Ellen Tressel donated a combined $1 million to the YSU Centennial Campaign to help fund the WATTS. He also was co-chair of the $110 million campaign for the renovation of Ohio State University’s William Oxley Thompson Library. Along with his university fund raising, Tressel has also been called upon to lead many campaigns for the entire community and its needs.
Ellen Tressel is a YSU graduate and an accomplished businesswoman and philanthropist who remains engaged in charitable causes and community organizations in cities where she and her husband have built careers and raised family, including Youngstown, Columbus and Akron. She began her own financial career in her family’s business in Youngstown and served 17 years at Butler, Wick and Co.
They are the proud parents of four accomplished adults: Zak, Carlee, Eric and Whitney.
SAVE THE DATE- THIS ONE IS NOT BE MISSED!!
Hello to all of our valued Agonis Club Members and friends!
We are super excited for the 2016 Kickoff and have updated this website with aa LOT of new updates and events.
Our 1st Luncheon is THIS FRIDAY starting at 11am- Get registered HERE
The Men's and Women's OSU Basketball Tip-off events are scheduled
And...Announcing the 2017 Agonis Person Of The Year ...Legendary OSU Coach Jim Tressel
So, there you go - we are off! Get your tickets - Buy your raffle tickets and get ready for another amazing year of sportsmanship and fun!! See you all soon!
At The Ohio State University Golf Club, functioning sustainably is an everyday objective.
Golf courses provide environmental benefits by creating urban green spaces, protecting coastal areas, and providing soil stabilization and habitats for wildlife. According to the United States Golf Association (USGA), until as recently as the 1990s, many courses used negative practices including the removal of native vegetation leading to runoff and soil erosion; over-irrigation or use of scarce water resources for irrigation; and the frequent use of harmful pesticides and other chemicals that pollute waterways.
At The Ohio State University Golf Club, functioning sustainably is an everyday objective. Groundskeepers at Ohio State’s Scarlet and Gray courses fulfill their responsibility to the environment by mixing appropriate sustainability efforts into each section of the 300-acre facility, which is located in a residential neighborhood just three miles from the university’s Columbus campus.
Ohio Stadium Policy Changes Announced No bag policy instituted; stadium-wide alcohol sales to begin
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Bags larger than 5x8x1-inches will no longer be permitted in Ohio Stadium beginning with the Buckeye Country Superfest June 18-19. The policy also will be in effect for the International Champions Cup soccer game July 27 and the 2016 Ohio State football season as The Ohio State University implements a "no bag" policy at the 104,944-seat venue.
The policy will result in an increased level of security and improve the game experience for fans.
"We have worked alongside our safety, security and management teams and studied similar no bag policies," Craig Stone, chief of the Ohio State University Police Division, said. "We are confident this new policy will create a safer environment for our fans. We also believe the policy will expedite the process of getting our fans into the stadium and to their seats."
There will be one exception to the policy with regard to the size of handbags:
OSU Great Clark Kellogg - 2016 Agonis Person of the Year!
Please join The Agonis Club, its proud members and past OSU greats as we honor OSU Legend Mr. Clark Kellogg (@ClarkKelloggCBS) as our 2016 Person of The Year On Monday May 23rd, 2016 at The Medallion Club.
SAVE THE DATE- THIS ONE IS NOT BE MISSED!!
Clark 'Special K' Kellogg grew up in East Cleveland, Ohio, attended Chambers Elementary, W.H. Kirk Middle School (both in East Cleveland), and St. Joseph's High School in Cleveland, Ohio, and had a high school basketball career generally regarded as the finest in Cleveland history. His 51 point game in the state championship game is still an Ohio high school state finals record. Kellogg also played in the McDonald's All-American and Capital Classic games.
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Does the idea of rewarding outstanding scholar athletes appeal to you? Do you like to assist youth with achieving their dreams with financial scholarships? Would you enjoy personal and professional growth through committee work and projects? Would you enjoy "insider" Buckeye Athletic functions?
The Agonis Club of Columbus has been doing all this for over 75 years as a 100% Non-profit organization with 100% of member dues going towards scholarships.
There are many reasons to become an Agonis Club Member. But maybe the best is that, life rewards those who help others.
Four Buckeyes have now been named a first-team All-American this year; most since 2007Ohio State has four first-team All-Americans this year. Today The Sporting News issued its All-America teams for 2015 and two Buckeyes – junior safety Vonn Bell and senior defensive tackle Adolphus Washington – were named to the first-team with Taylor Decker and Joey Bosa on the second team.
Ohio State’s 2015 First-Team All-Americans
Sr. LT Taylor Decker – Walter Camp, Associated Press, SI.com, CBS Sports
Jr. DE Joey Bosa – Walter Camp, SI.com, CBS Sports, ESPN.com
Jr. SAF Vonn Bell – Associated Press, The Sporting News, SI.com
Sr. DT Adolphus Washington – The Sporting News
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