Freddy Freibott
Freddy  Freibott


Wilmington, Del.

High School:
Salesianum School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 187



Ohio State Recognizes Academic Standouts at Scholar-Athlete Dinner

Big Ten Medal of Honor finalists revealed


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


No. 5 Buckeyes Clipped by No. 1 Maryland, 10-9, in B1G Tournament Final

Ohio State drops first game at home this season


Three Buckeyes Earn B1G Weekly Honors

Fannell, Freibott and Withers recognized for performances in win over Maryland


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


Men's Lacrosse Final Four vs. Towson

Gameday photo gallery from the 2017 Men's Lacrosse Final Four at Gillette Stadium.


Buckeyes End Regular Season at Rutgers

Buckeyes End Regular Season at Rutgers


Buckeyes Down Wolverines, 18-7

Buckeyes Down Wolverines, 18-7


B1G Opener at Penn State

B1G Opener at Penn State


Buckeyes Down No. 1 Pioneers

Buckeyes Down No. 1 Pioneers

• Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar after posting a grade-point average of 3.7+ in 2016-17.
• Bucks Go Pro intern in Summer 2016.
• 2017 Paul Hartman Most Improved Player.
• 2017 Big Ten All-Tournament Team.
• Graduated with a degree in history from the College of Arts and Sciences.

AS A SENIOR (2018)
• Played in all 15 games and was tied for second on the team with 43 ground balls.
• Picked up the 100th ground ball of his career against Notre Dame (3/25).
• Had at least one ground ball in all 15 games.

AS A JUNIOR (2017)
• Played in all 21 games and had 58 groundballs to rank second on the team.
• Most groundballs by a non-faceoff specialist since 2004.
• Two or more groundballs in 17 of 21 games.
• 10th in the B1G in groundballs per game, fifth in total groundballs.
• Eight caused turnovers.
• Four goals and an assist for five points.
• At least two groundballs in all four NCAA Tournament games, with three in final; scored a goal vs. Duke and had a caused turnover in the quarterfinals.
• Named to B1G All-Tournament Team.
• Tallied vs. Maryland in the Big Ten Tournament final May 6 and had five groundballs and caused a turnover vs. Johns Hopkins in the semifinals May 4.
• B1G Defensive Player of the Week after eight groundballs vs. Maryland April 22 (most by a Buckeye outside of a faceoff specialist since 2009).
• Goals vs. Furman Feb. 5 and Marquette March 3.
• Had an assist, two groundballs and a caused turnover at Notre Dame March 25.
• Picked up five groundballs vs. Denver March 19.
• B1G Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten and Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.

• Played in all 15 games and had nine groundballs and two caused turnovers.
• Two groundballs at Johns Hopkins April 9 and at Maryland April 24.
• An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

• Played in 13 games.
• Two groundballs at Detroit Feb. 7 and Feb. 10 vs. Robert Morris, with a caused turnover in each game.
• Groundball vs. Dartmouth Feb. 21.

• Four-year starter for the Salesianum School.
• First team all-state as a senior and junior, earning second-team honors as a sophomore.
• Two-time US Lacrosse All-American.
• Team MVP as a senior while serving as captain and winning Defensive MVP accolades as a junior.
• Member of three state championship teams (2013, ‘12, `11).
• Played for Dukes and Man Up club teams.
• Part of National Honor Society and German Honor Society.

• Son of Fred and Elaine.
• Has an older sister, Christina, who played field hockey at Columbia University and ended her career as the school’s all-time leader in points (99) and assists (45).
• Father played football and and lacrosse at Gettysburg College.
• History major and plans to attend law school.
• Enjoys working out, off-roading and fishing.

Freibott on why he chose Ohio State
“I chose Ohio State because I love the big-school atmosphere, the facilities are some of the best in the country and the academics are outstanding.”