Max Moller
Max  Moller


Tulsa, Okla.

High School:
Bishop Kelley

Last College:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160


Tulsa SC

At a glance: Has appeared in 37 career games at Ohio State, including 15 starts since transferring from Rutgers to Ohio State at the beginning of 2013 ... dedicated and fit players for the Buckeyes ... his excellent work rate combined with good attacking skills gives defenses major problems.

As a senior (2014) : Has started in 11 games and appeared in 20 overall ... collected four assists including one in the season finale 2-1 win vs. Michigan (Nov. 5) just 34 seconds into the match, while also assisting on the team's gamewinner in the quarterfinal of the Big Ten Tournament vs. Michigan (Nov. 9) ... put 13 shots on target with 29 attempted ... played a season-high 90 minutes three times.

As a freshman at Rutgers (2011): Saw action in seven games with one shot credited in a 2-1 win over Cincinnati (Oct. 9).

Bishop Kelley: Four-year letterman under head coach Donovan Bradshaw ... Mixed time between the forward and midfield positions ... Scored 75 goals and tallied 50 assists over four seasons ... Recognized as the Bishop Kelley offensive Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... Received all-state, all-district and all-metro accolades ... Earned the Bishop Kelley Golden Boot Award in 2010 and 2011 ... 2011 Tulsa World Player of the Year ... Finalist for the 2011 Gatorade Player of the Year in Oklahoma ... ESPN Rise Player of the Week (May, 2011).

Tulsa Soccer Club: Played in the midfield from 2009-11 ... Five-time state champions and Three-time Premier League West Regional League champions ... Coached by Steve Earle.

Personal: Son of Krisann and David Moller ... Has a younger sibling, Aubrey ... Plans to one day coach at the collegiate level ... Enjoys watching sports and spending time with friends and family away from the pitch ... Lists scoring the game-winning goal in a double overtime state championship game during his junior season as his greatest sports thrill ... Father, David, also played soccer at Ohio State.