The No. 9 Penn State women's volleyball team downed Ohio State 3-1 (23-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-13) on Wednesday night in Columbus, Ohio.
After dropping the first set, the Nittany Lions (22-7, 15-4 Big Ten) battled back and took the next three games from the Buckeyes (18-14, 8-11).
Penn State had four hitters record double-digit kills, and sophomore outside hitter Deja McClendon had a match-best 15 kills. Sophomores Katie Slay and Ariel Scott each had 12 kills, and Maddie Martin chipped in 10 kills in the victory.
The Lions hit .245 as a team, but Slay had a strong match in the middle, hitting .733 and blocking two balls.
In the back row, libero Ali Longo again was the team's leader in digs with 20, and McClendon dug 16 balls to give herself a double-double.
On Saturday, Penn State will wrap up its regular season against Michigan State at 7 p.m. in East Lansing, Mich.