Buckeyes have nine or more honorees for the eighth-straight year
Mona Frommhold scores lone goal for Ohio State
Peanut Johnson named Ohio State Rookie of the Year
Outstanding student-athletes will be honored at 46th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner
Ohio State had had at least 10 selections for seven-consecutive years
Cowie, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, is a 2012 Second Team All-Big Ten honoree, earning league honors last season for the first time in her OSU career.
Senior Midfielder Arielle Cowie
Ohio State Career Honors: 2012 Second Team All-Big Ten ... three-time NFHCA National Academic honoree (2010-12) ... two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection (2011 and 2012) ... three-time OSU Scholar-Athlete (2010-2012).
2012 (Junior Season): Named a second team All-Big Ten selection for the first time in Buckeye career ... started all 19 games in the OSU midfield ... played in at least 60 minutes in 12 games ... posted two shots on goal in 3-1 win at Bucknell (Sept. 16) ... notched a shot in 9-1 win vs. Ball State (Oct. 7) ... boasted a season-high 74 minutes in 1-0 shutout victory at Ohio (Sept. 12) ... part of a Buckeye midfield that has limited opponents to 10.2 shots per game and 1.67 goals per game.
2011 (Sophomore Season): Started all 21 games in the OSU midfield ... posted two goals and one assist for a season-high five points in 2011 ... gave the Buckeyes a 1-0 lead in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament vs. Michigan State (Nov. 3) ... played all 70 minutes in the NCAA first round game at Old Dominion (Nov. 12) ... played all 73 minutes in the game vs. Duke (Aug. 26) ... played a season-high 76 minutes against Wake Forest at home (Sept. 16) ... notched two shots, including one on goal against New Hampshire (Aug. 27) ... recorded an assist in a home win vs. Michigan (Sept. 23) ... had a goal vs. Northwestern (Oct. 28).
2010 (Freshman Season): Played in 20 games at midfield for the 2010 NCAA Final Four Buckeyes, including 10 starts ... played in first game of the season at Ohio (Aug. 31) ... made first career start vs. Virginia (Sept. 11) ... posted first career assist and point in the 8-0 victory against Robert Morris (Sept. 29) in Columbus ... claimed an assist in the 5-1 win over Miami (Oct. 7) at Buckeye Varsity Field ... made nine-consecutive starts for the Scarlet and Gray from Oct. 7-Nov. 7 ... helped Ohio State defeat Penn State at home (Oct. 17), playing in all 70 minutes ... first NCAA experience came in the NCAA Semifinal at Maryland (Nov. 19) with 56 minutes of playing time ... In 10 career starts, Buckeyes notched an 8-2 record.
Holy Name Convent: Fast, award-winning midfielder/forward ... member of Trinidad and Tobago's Under-15, 19 and 21 teams ... has earned three MVP honors while playing for Ventures Hockey Club from 2002-07 ... has led the Ventures squad to three first-place finishes as captain ... named 2006 Rookie of the Year ... squad won the Easter Youth Tournament and National Youth Sports Festival ... also led the squad to a first-place finish at the 2009 National Youth Sports Festival.
Personal: Daughter of Lloyd and the late Caryl Cowie ... has four older siblings, Ayesha, Nicole, Ryan and Darren ... most admires her mother ... plans to open her own business after graduation ... enjoys reading, writing and singing ... takes acting, dance and singing/song writing classes ... nickname is Arie ... started playing field hockey at age 11 ... loves beating opponents to the ball.
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