Men's Basketball

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Andrew Goldstein

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Marlboro, N.J.

High School:
Marlboro

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200

Position:
Guard

Andrew Goldstein

10/29/2012

Buckeyes Host Walsh in Exhibition

Junior Deshaun Thomas named AP First Team All-American

03/20/2014

Ohio State vs. Dayton - USATSI Gallery

Ohio State vs. Dayton - USATSI Gallery

2013-14 Season Overview

  • Played first game as a Buckeye vs. Northwestern (Feb. 19); also saw action vs. Minnesota (Feb. 22) ... after transferring from Brookdale Community College, became eligible to play for the Buckeyes in December
  • A native of Marlboro, N.J., Andrew Goldstein joins the Ohio State men's basketball team as a junior. Goldstein played high school basketball at Marlboro High School, where he became the Mustangs' second leading scorer in history with 1,069 career points. He also helped the team to the school's furthest run in the New Jersey state playoffs. After high school, Goldstein played a season at Brookdale Community College before transferring to Ohio State

Prior to Ohio State

  • Averaged 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists per game at Marlboro High School
  • Won a gold medal at the Pan-American Maccabi Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Second leading scorer in school history at Marlboro High School with 1,069 career points
  • Led Marlboro to the New Jersey state semifinals for the first time in school history
  • Earned first team all-conference recognition in high school
  • Lists a double overtime win vs. North Brunswick in the state semifinals as his greatest sports thrill ... Goldstein finished the game with 37 points
  • Captained the Brookdale Community College team during his lone season with the program (2011)
  • Has aspirations of one day coaching basketball on the collegiate level
  • Enjoys listening to music away from the court
  • Plans to major in physical education at Ohio State
  • Son of Ira and Denise Goldstein ... has one sibling, Mallory

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