Austin Seiple
Austin  Seiple


Dublin, Ohio

High School:
Dublin Coffman

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170



Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


Busy Buckeye Weekend includes Golf Outing, Alumni Game and Banquet

Robby Haus and Carter Brown recognized as 2016 Team MVPs


Buckeyes Wrap Outstanding Season Off the Field

Squad posts 3.0+ grade-point average, volunteers 300+ hours


B1G Opener at Penn State

B1G Opener at Penn State

Ohio State Career: Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and a two-time Academic All-Big Ten choice.

2017 (Junior season): Played in nine games ... scored twice vs. Cleveland State March 11 ... earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honors.

2016 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in three games ... scored first career goal vs. Detroit Feb. 13 ... caused turnover against Detroit Feb. 13 ... an Ohio State Scholar Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

2015 (Freshman Season): Did not see game action.

Prior to Ohio State: Four-year starters for the Shamrocks ... two-time team captain ... honorable mention all-state as a senior and a second team honoree as a sophomore ... earned first team all-region honors three times ... first team all-conference as a sophomore and junior and led team in scoring both seasons, earning Team Offensive MVP accolades ... played for Resolute Lacrosse club program ... also played football and ran cross country.

Personal: Son of Steve and Debra ... father played lacrosse for the Buckeyes ... has an older brother, Jason ... enjoys listening to music, playing basketball, fly fishing, snowboarding and mountain climbing ... marketing major.

Seiple on why he became a Buckeye:
"I chose to play lacrosse at The Ohio State University because I have always been a fan of Ohio State while growing up in Columbus. Along with it being a family tradition to attend Ohio State, I fell in love with Ohio State because of its tradition, prestige, opportunities and facilities, and, on top of it all, it is close to home. I couldn't imagine myself anywhere else."