Randall is program's first First Team selection
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Buckeyes Down Wolverines, 18-7
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Ohio State Downs Dolphins, 14-8
• 2017 USILA Honorable Mention All-American.
• One of just three Buckeye freshmen all-time to earn USILA All-America accolades.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2018)
• Scooped up four groundballs and assisted on a third-quarter goal in the season-opener at Cleveland State (2/3/18).
AS A FRESHMAN (2017)
• Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors.
• Played in first 18 games at short stick defensive midfield.
• Injured in NCAA Tournament first round game and missed final three outings.
• 11 points, on five goals and six assists, along with 28 groundballs.
• At least one groundball in all but four games.
• Picked up five loose balls at Michigan April 15.
• Goal and two assists for three points vs. Denver March 19.
• In Mid-west Lacrosse Classic had a goal and an assist against Bellarmine March 5 and scored at Marquette March 3.
• Four groundballs and an assist vs. Detroit Mercy Feb. 11.
• Scored vs. Furman in first game as a Buckeye Feb. 11.
• Also tallied against Penn state April 2.
• Caused three turnovers.
• An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
AT WILSON HIGH SCHOOL
• 2016 Berks County Player of the Year and first team all-county.
• Two-time captain.
• Won team’s Offensive MVP award.
• Top 5 in the state in points (127) and assists (64); assist total was a District 3 record for a single season.
• Member of four county championship squads and team won district title in 2016.
• Played for NXT lacrosse club.
• Also played soccer and earned second team all-county honors and was a two-time letterwinner as a goalie for the water polo team.
• Son of Donna and Mark.
• Has two older siblings, Zack and Maddie, who is on the women’s lacrosse team at Oregon.
• Would like to be a lacrosse coach.
• Enjoys hiking, playing ping pong and watching movies.
Terefenko on why he chose Ohio State
“I chose Ohio State because of the numerous majors and the academic opportunities it provides. The rich history, traditions and athletic facilities are second to none. Also, I wanted to compete for Big Ten championships and national championships. Combine all of that with a great coaching staff and I just knew Ohio State was the right place for me.”
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