Hunter Robertson
Hunter  Robertson


Westerville, Ohio

High School:
Westerville Central

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180


Career Honors

  • Big Ten Preseason Honors List (2017)
  • Big Ten All-Freshman Team (2014)
  • Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Winner (2017)

2017 (Senior Season)
Finished his career starting in 83 consecutive matches since joining the squad in 2014 … started in 19 matches for 1,684 minutes, which was second-most on the team … named to the Wolstein Classic All-Tournament team … had a season-high three points on one goal and one assist … one of the team’s leader on the field and in the locker room … helped the OSU defense to eight shutouts, holding opponents to 1.37 goals per game … had an assist in the 2-0 win over Lehigh (Sept. 4) … scored first collegiate goal on a rocket from 30 yards out off a free kick in a 1-0 road victory at Northwestern (Sept. 8 … helped the team break the school record for consecutive shutouts with a 1-0 win over Bowling Green (Sept. 22) … played in all 90 minutes in 2-1 upset win over No. 8 Michigan State in B1G quarterfinals (Nov. 5) ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Winner (2017). 

2016 (Junior Season)
Started in all 19 games, playing in OSU backfield and midfield … one assist with nine shots on the season … had a shot on goal at Portland (Sept. 2) … posted a season-high two shots, including one shot on target in at Oregon State (Sept. 5) … registered a shot on target in the home loss vs. SIUE (Sept. 28) … played in 88 minutes vs. Michigan State (Oct. 2) … recorded all 90 minutes at No. 1 Maryland (Oct. 7) … had first assist of the year in win over  Oakland (Oct. 11) … played in 102 minutes in a double OT draw vs. No. 7 Indiana (Oct. 15) … had one shot in 75 minutes of action at No. 4 Louisville (Oct. 18) … posted a shot in 110 minutes of action at Michigan (Oct. 21) … tied his season high with two shots at No. 24 Wisconsin (Oct. 30) … played in 87 minutes in B1G quarterfinals at Wisconsin (Nov. 6). 

2015 (Sophomore Season)
Started in all 23 games  in the OSU backfield … fifth on the team 2,038 minutes … has played 90 minutes or more 18 times and in the last 14 games of 2015 ... part of the backline responsible for 10 clean sheets and holding opponents to 4.60 shots on goal… recorded an assist in the 3-3 tie at Navy (Sep. 6) ... posted a shot vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 21) ... had an assist in the 4-0 win over Rutgers in the B1G semifinals (Nov. 13) … played in 107 minutes in NCAA second round game vs. Dayton (Nov. 22)  and 90 minutes in NCAA  third round contest at No. 7 Stanford (Nov. 29).

2014 (Freshman Season)
Named to 2014 Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... only freshman to start and play in every game, collecting 1,894 minutes … collected 13 total shots and put two on target … played 90 minutes or more in 19 games for the Buckeyes ... strong, consistent defender ... helped limit opponents 1.00 goals per game … scored a PK in the team’s 15-round shootout vs. Akron in NCAA first round (Nov. 20).

Westerville Central
2014 All-State honoree at midfield … three-time All-OCC and two-time All-District selection … helped lead the Warhawks to the 2010 district championship, while also guiding the team to final appearances in 2012 and 2013 … also lettered three years in football and was a first-team All-OCC in 2013 as the placekicker.

Crew Academy
Played center back … one of six Buckeyes to play for the Crew Academy … helped lead team to the playoffs in 2014.

Son of Christine and Darrek Robertson … enjoys golfing, basketball and soccer … lists greatest sports thrill as winning the 2015 Big Ten championship … has two siblings, Colin and Jason.