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Colin Chell
Colin  Chell

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bel Air, Md.

High School:
Boys' Latin

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 178

Position:
Attack

10/05/2017

Four Selected to Captain the 2017-18 Buckeyes

Kelly, Chell, Evans and Lori voted to lead Ohio State this season

04/17/2017

Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics

04/11/2017

Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics

03/14/2017

Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics

03/06/2017

Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics

04/09/2017

Buckeyes Down Blue Jays, 13-9

Buckeyes Down Blue Jays, 13-9

04/30/2016

Buckeyes Down No. 16 Rutgers on Senior Night

Buckeyes Down No. 16 Rutgers on Senior Night

04/16/2016

Buckeyes Beat Michigan in 2016 Showdown in the Shoe

Buckeyes Beat Michigan in 2016 Showdown in the Shoe

04/03/2016

B1G Opener vs Penn State

B1G Opener vs Penn State

02/06/2016

Ohio State 8, Furman 7

Buckeyes win season opener

CAREER HONORS
• Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and a two-time Academic All-Big Ten choice.
• Voted Buckeyes’ Most Valuable Freshman by his teammates.
• 2017 NCAA Championship Game was 50th career outing.
• 2018 team captain.

AS A JUNIOR (2017)
• Saw action in all 21 games, starting 15.
• Career-high 12 assists and 33 points.
• Fourth on team with 21 goals.
• Tied for third in points and ranked third in assists.
• Five man-up goals to tie for seventh in the NCAA; Buckeyes ranked seventh nationally in man-up offense (.492).
• Goal in 13 of 21 games and ended season with 20 points in last 13 games combined, with point in all but three contests during the stretch (seven-game point streak April 9-May 14).
• Hat trick and four points vs. Denver March 19.
• Four-point day, with two goals and two assists, at Michigan April 15.
• Scored career-high four goals (three EMO) vs. Jacksonville Feb. 2, adding an assist for career-high tying five point day.
• Scored twice vs. UMass Feb. 18 and Rutgers April 29.
• Hat trick vs. Bellarmine March 5.
• Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
• Played and started in 11 games.
• Missed four games with injury.
• 14 goals, six assists and 20 points, with a point in all but two games and a goal in all but three.
• Four games with three-plus points.
• Three goals and four points against UMBC Feb. 26.
• Hat trick vs. Rutgers April 30.
• Two goals and an assist for three points vs. Bellarmine March 6.
• Two goals at Johns Hopkins April 9.
• Three points, on a goal and two assists, vs. Penn State April 3.
• Goal and an assist against Detroit Feb. 13.
• An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.

AS A FRESHMAN (2015)
• Played in last 18 games.
• Started 15 games, including the last 13.
• 22 goals, four assists and 26 points, with 28 groundballs.
• Point in all but six games, with six two-goal games and three hat tricks.
• Multiple goals in five of the last seven games.
• Five goals in the NCAA Tournament; hat trick at Duke May 9 and two goals at Denver May 16.
• Two goals, including the gamewinner, at Maryland April 30 in B1G Tournament semifinals and had two groundballs and a caused turnover vs. Johns Hopkins in the final May 2.
• B1G Freshman of the Week after three goals (on three shots), two assists and five points at Michigan April 12.
• Named B1G Freshman of the Week after six groundballs and three shots at Penn State March 29.
• Hat trick at Rutgers April 25.
• Two goals vs. Robert Morris Feb. 10, Delaware Feb. 15, Hofstra March 7 and Denver March 14.
• Four groundballs vs. Robert Morris.
• An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
• Teammates voted him squad’s Most Valuable Freshman.

PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
• Three-year starter AT Boys’ Latin.
• Team captain and led squad with 52 goals as a senior in 2014.
• Team was undefeated and won MIAA and national championships.
• All-MIAA selection.
• Scored 27 goals in 2013 on MIAA runner-up squad and tallied 19 goals in 2012.
• Also played football and volleyball; volleyball squad was MIAA runner-up in 2012.
• A Williams Scholar.

PERSONAL
• Son of Kim and Randy.
• Has two older siblings, Zach and Sam.
• Logistics management major.
• Enjoys surfing and golfing and is a big fan of the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles.

Chell on why he became a Buckeye
“I chose to come to Ohio State because I felt it was the right fit for me. Ohio State has a lot to offer in regards to academics, athletics, tradition and a close Buckeye family. When I took my first trip out to Ohio State in the summer, I felt like I really connected well with Coach Myers and the coaching staff.”

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