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Hank Bethke
Hank  Bethke

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Medina, Wash.

High School:
Bellevue

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165

Position:
Attack

AS A JUNIOR (2017)
• Played in 10 games.
• Scored a goal vs. Cleveland State March 11.
• Had two groundballs (vs. Bellarmine March 5, at Towson March 15).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
• Saw action in three games, facing Detroit Feb. 13, Bellarmine March 6 and Denver March 19.

AS A FRESHMAN (2015)
• 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.”

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