COLUMBUS—Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) recognized an Ashland University track and field champion yesterday on the Senate floor.

Myles Pringle, a sophomore at Ashland University, won the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field National Championship for the Men’s 400-meter dash in March and the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championship for the Men’s 400-meter dash in May. His personal best time of 46.04 seconds is an Ashland University record, and he has been named as an All American.

Pringle's victory and those of his teammates helped propel the Eagles to a third place overall finish at the 2017 National Championship.

"Myles' speed and talent is incredible, and he has made his university and community proud," said Obhof. "It's a pleasure to recognize his accomplishments here at the Statehouse."

Featured Posts

Obhof Announces Unanimous Senate Passage Of Legislation Combating Elder Fraud


COLUMBUS—Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) this week announced the unanimous Senate passage of legislation aimed at combating fraud and financial exploitation of Ohio’s senior citizens.


Obhof Announces Passage Of $2.62 Billion Capital Bill, Highlights Investments Made In Ashland, Holmes, Medina And Richland Counties


COLUMBUS—Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) today announced the passage of the state's Capital Budget, a $2.62 billion investment in Ohio's infrastructure and local community projects. 


Obhof Discusses Regulatory Reforms Necessary For Ohio's Economic Prosperity


COLUMBUS—Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) today called for additional reforms of Ohio’s regulatory environment. He was joined by Dr. James Broughel of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, who recently completed a study on the number of regulatory restrictions the state imposes, and Robert Alt, President and CEO of the Buckeye Institute.


Strong Support For Additional Regulatory Reform In Ohio


COLUMBUS - The following individuals and organizations support Senate President Larry Obhof's call today for additional regulatory reforms in Ohio.