Hank Bethke
Hank  Bethke


Medina, Wash.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160


Ohio State Career: 2017 (Junior Season): Played in 10 games ... scored a goal vs. Cleveland State March 11 ... had two groundballs (vs. Bellarmine March 5, at Towson March 15).

2016 (Sophomore Season): Saw action in three games, facing Detroit Feb. 13, Bellarmine March 6 and Denver March 19.

2015 (Freshman Season):
Played in four games ... scored first career goal on first career shot Feb. 21 vs. Dartmouth ... also saw action Feb. 10 vs. Robert Morris, Feb. 15 vs. Delaware and April 12 at Michigan.

Prior to Ohio State: Four-year letterwinner for the Wolverines ... first team all-state and an All-American as a senior in 2014 ... member of three state championship teams (2014, ‘13, ‘12) and named MVP of state championship as a junior in 2013 ... second team all-state selection as both a sophomore and junior and a third-team pick as a freshman ... team captain and offensive MVP as a senior, earned Rookie of the Year honor in 2011 and 2012 Unsung Hero award ... played for Brady’s Bunch club program.

Personal: Son of Sue and John ... has two brothers, Jack and Joe ... enjoys skiing, snowboarding, basketball, hiking and water sports ... economics major.

Bethke on why he became a Buckeye:
"I chose Ohio State because of the atmosphere of the school as well as the commitment the coaches have to the success of the student-athletes on and off the field."