Squad celebrates outstanding 2013 campaign, kicks off 2014
Duo among 35 Ohio State student-athletes recognized
Trio are all four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athletes
Schuss, King pace Buckeye attack with a combined 11 points in first tourney win since 2008
Teams to meet at 3 p.m. in Ohio Stadium
MLAX Tops Towson, 16-6
Ohio State 14, Fairfield 8
Ohio State 10, Air Force 9
Ohio State 17, Michigan 8
Loyola 9, Ohio State 4
Ohio State Career: Recipient of the Aidan W., Daniel P., and Angela M. Lindner Memorial Athletic Scholarship Fund ... won team's Groundball Award as a freshman ... a two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten honoree and Academic All-ECAC team selection.
2012 (Junior season): Played in six games ... missed two games because of injury ... won 10-of-26 faceoffs during the year ... 3-for-5 vs. Detroit Feb. 9 ... won season-high four at Mercer Feb. 11 ... two faceoff wins at Hobart April 7 and one vs. UMass Feb. 25 ... four groundballs, with two vs. Mercer ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten choice and Academic All-ECAC Team honoree.
2011 (Sophomore season): Played in 14 games ... took 103 faceoffs, winning 51 ... 22 groundballs, including career-high nine against Mercer Feb. 12 ... won all 18 faceoffs against Mercer to set career high ... 10 faceoff wins vs. North Carolina Feb. 19 ... won seven faceoffs vs. Hobart April 9 and had four groundballs ... won both faceoffs and had two groundballs vs. Fairfield April 23 ... caused turnovers vs. Mercer and at Denver April 16 ... named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and to the Academic All-ECAC Team.
2010 (Freshman season): Won Groundball Award after leading the Buckeyes with 41 as a freshman ... played in 14 games on the year, taking the majority of the team's faceoffs (212) ... won 94 faceoffs ... 18-of-23 March 9 at Robert Morris ... had a career-best eight groundballs vs. Bellarmine, scooping up seven at Robert Morris ... 11-for-17 March 20 at Notre Dame ... four games with three or more groundballs ... two caused turnovers.
Urbana High School: All-American, Kelly Award Finalist, first team All-MVAL and second team all-county as a senior in 2009 ... two-time team captain ... squad reached the state finals three times and was a four-time regional finalist ... 53 goals and 64 assists in his career, along with 402 groundballs ... won 73 percent of his faceoffs in 2009 ... also played football on 2007 regional finalist squad ... member of the National Honors Society.
Personal: Son of Karole and Gene ... has a younger sister, Ashlee ... a black belt in karate ... enjoys playing golf and ping pong and snowboarding ... says about his favorite part of the game of lacrosse "The world of lacrosse is very small, so everyone knows everyone. It's like a small family." ... first pro sporting event he attended was a Philadelphia Eagles game ... guilty pleasure is ice cream ... lucky number is 3 and name (Trey) actually means three. Real name is Gene Wilson Wilkes III but everyone calls him Trey because he is the third.
Career Single-Game Highs (through 2012)