Alex Lippincott
Alex  Lippincott

Akron, Ohio

Last College:
Fargo Force (USHL)

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 194




Buckeyes Head to B1G Tournament in Saint Paul

Ohio State opens play vs. Michigan State Thursday


Buckeyes Tie No. 1 Minnesota, Prevail in Shootout

Ohio State comes from a goal down twice on Senior Night


Buckeyes Fall to No. 1 Minnesota, 5-1

Teams close series - and Buckeyes' home slate - Saturday on Senior Night


Senior Spotlight: Alex Lippincott

Akron native is a three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete


Series with No. 1 Minnesota, Senior Night this Weekend in VCA

Buckeyes and Gophers close Ohio State home slate


Season Highlights

A communication major, Lippincott is a three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and two-time Academic All-Big Ten choice.


Hockey senior Alex Lippincott

Hockey senior Alex Lippincott


MHK: Alex Lippincott

Senior Akron, Ohio Major: Communication


CCHA Semifinals, Joe Louis Arena

Notre Dame 3, Ohio State 1


Ohio State vs. Miami in Three Rivers Classic

Ohio State vs. Miami in Three Rivers Classic


MHKY vs. Robert Morris

RMU 3, OSU 2

Attracted to Ohio State because his father played hockey for the Buckeyes and because Ohio State has great academics and athletics ... began playing hockey at age 5 ... favorite player is former Buckeye Ryan Kesler, because he works hard in all three zones and does whatever he can to win ... Pick one: Television show - Family Guy; Movie - The Departed; Home cooked meal - steak and mashed potatoes; Vacation spot - Nantucket Island; Music - Avicii; Athlete - Caitlyn Jenner; Professional team - Cleveland Indians; Sport other than hockey - golf.

Ohio State Career: A three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and three-time Academic All-Big Ten choice.

2013-14 (Senior Season): Played in 8 of first 16 games (10/11 vs. Miami, 10/25 vs. Robert Morris, 10/26 at Robert Morris, 11/1 vs. UMD, 11/9 vs. Niagara, 11/16 vs. Canisius) ... one goal in the 11th minute of the 3rd period on 12/29 vs. Mercyhurst; +3 in the series, with +1 mark in game one 12/29, +2 mark in game two 12/29 ... +1 mark vs. 11/9 vs. Niagara.

2012-13 (Junior Season): Played in 31 games, registering a goal and two assists for three points; played in in first nine games, injured Nov. 16 vs. Northern Michigan and missed next three games; returned to action Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at Michigan State ... netted first career shorthanded goal Jan. 26 vs. Lake Superior State, with +2 mark in the game ... assist in each game at Minnesota Duluth Oct. 12-13; +1 in game two vs. the Bulldogs ... +1 at Alaska Feb. 9 ... wore captain's C in series at Bowling Green Oct. 26 and 27 and vs. Alaska Nov. 9 and 10 ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.

2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Played in 25 games ... career-high 11 points, with five goals and six assists ... CCHA Offensive Player of the Week after two goals, two assists and four points in 6-5 win at Michigan Nov. 19, including power play game-winning goal in the third period; +2 in the win ... assist on third period gamewinner Feb. 12 at Western Michigan; +1 in the game ... goal in first minute vs. Michigan State Feb. 3 and +1 vs. the Spartans ... assist and +1 at Lake Superior State Jan. 28 ... two points in series vs. Lake Superior State Dec. 2-3; unassisted goal in game one and assist and +1 in game two ... goal, assist and +1 vs. Northern Michigan Nov. 12 ... +1 in each game vs. Ferris State Jan. 20-21 and vs. Alaska Oct. 28 and vs. Robert Morris Dec. 30 ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.

2010-11 (Freshman season): Played in 35-of-37 games, with four goals, four assists and eight points, along with a +5 mark ... scored first goal and point vs. Robert Morris Oct. 15 ... three points in series vs. Alabama-Huntsville Nov. 5-6; goal and +1 in opener, before two assists (first of his career and first multiple-point game) and +2 mark in game two ... assist and +1 mark vs. Lake Superior State Feb. 19 ... tally and +1 at Alaska Jan. 29 ... assist vs. Michigan Dec. 3 ... tallied against Alaska Nov. 2, +1 in the game ... just five minus ratings on the year ... +2 Jan. 8 vs. Miami; +1 at Bowling Green Dec. 10 and vs. Ferris State Feb. 24 ... earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete accolades.

Prior to Ohio State: Posted eight goals and seven assists for 15 points in 52 games with Fargo in the USHL in 2009-10 ... notched two assists in 13 playoff games ... helped the Force win the USHL West Division and advance to the 2010 Clark Cup finals ... tallied 27 points, including 15 goals and 12 assists, 58 penalty minutes and was +20 in 56 games with Mahoning Valley of the NAHL in 2008-09 ... ranked second on the team in plus/minus ... played for the 2008 U.S. Under-17 Select Team that participated in the Five Nations Tournament in Slovakia ... won the 2008 MWEHL Champions with the Cleveland Barons ... attended Walsh Jesuit High School and graduated from Fargo South High School in 2010.

Off the Ice: Son of Chip and Janet ... has a younger sister, Anna, and a younger brother, Colin ... father was a member of the Ohio State hockey team in 1983-84 ... enjoys golfing during the summer ... communication major.


Career Milestones
First Goal - Oct. 15, 2010 vs. Robert Morris
First Assist - Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Alabama-Huntsville

Career Highs:
Goals - 2 (11/19/11 at Michigan)
Assists - 2 (2x, last 11/19/11 at Michigan)
Points - 4 (11/19/11 at Michigan)
PIM - 17 (12/7/12 vs. Robert Morris)
Shots - 6 (12/29/12 vs. Penn State)
Plus/Minus - +2 (5x, last 12/29/13 vs. Mercyhurst)
Multiple Point Games - 3 (2 2P, 1 4P)
Point Streak - 4 games (11/12/12-12/3/12 (4G, 4A, 8P))

Stats and bio updated through Jan. 9, 2014