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
Danica Deckard selected to first team
Buckeye captains will play in event hosted at Old Dominion Nov. 17
Ohio State Career Honors: Two-time third team NFHCA All-American (2009 and 2010) ... became the first freshman in program history to be named an All-American ... two-time first team NFHCA All-West Region (2009 and 2010) ... second team NFHCA All-West Region (2011) ... Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2009) ... two-time first team All-Big Ten (2009 and 2010) ... second team All-Big Ten (2011) ... named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (2009) ...named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 18 in 2010 ... tabbed Big Ten Freshman of the Week five times in 2009 (Aug. 31, Sept. 21, Sept. 28, Oct. 12, and Oct. 19) ... received the team's Rookie of the Year award (2009) and Offensive Player of the Year honors twice (2009 and 2010) ... two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2010 and 2011) ... three-time NFHCA National Academic honoree ... three-time OSU Scholar-Athlete ... leads all active Buckeyes in multiple career categories, including points (117), goals (37) assists (43) and gamewinners (11).
2011 (Junior Season): Continued streak of starting in every game in her career with 21 starts ... tied Danica Deckard with 24 points for first on the squad with 10 goals and four assists ... had 43 shots on goals ... had seven multi-point performances ... surpassed the 100 career-point mark to become the ninth Buckeye in program history with at least 100 points in an eight-point/four-goal performance against Wake Forest (Sept. 16) in Columbus ... opened the year with a two-goal performance against Duke (Sept. 26) ... claimed a goal against James Madison (Sept. 4) ... had an assist vs. Kent State (Sept. 18) ... has had seven-multi point performances this season ... recorded an assist in a 2-1 win vs. Michigan (Sept. 23) ... tallied a goal against Ball State (Sept. 27) ... had two assists vs. Miami (Oct. 18) as well as a goal in a 2-0 win over Penn State (Oct. 22).
2009 (Freshman Season): Started all 20 games ... led the team and ranked third in the Big Ten in scoring with 46 points ... tied two-time All-American Britta Eickhoff (1994-97) for ninth on the Ohio State all-time single-season points list ...recorded a team-best 17 goals, good for fourth in the league, and 12 assists, which tied for second in the Big Ten ... ranked 19th in the NCAA with 2.30 points per game ... posted five gamewinners to rank second in the league and tie for second in the OSU single-season record book ... had three multiple-assist games, including a three-assist outing vs. Saint Louis (Aug. 30) which tied the most assists by a Buckeye in a game since 2003 ... ended the contest vs. Saint Louis with a season-high seven points ... had four multiple-goal games ... posted five points in the 5-2 win at Kent State (Sept. 16) with two goals, including the gamewinner, and an assist ... scored both Ohio State goals in 2-1 victory over Louisville (Oct. 14) ... tallied twice in the 3-0 win over Vermont (Sept. 18) ... scored the gamewinner in the final seconds of the contest and added an assist in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Indiana (Sept. 27) also had a goal and assist in the 4-3 win over Michigan (Oct. 17) ... recorded a goal vs. Iowa (Oct. 11), Michigan State (Oct. 23) and Northwestern (Oct. 31) ... tallied the lone Ohio State goal in a 2-1 loss to Penn State (Nov. 5) at the Big Ten Tournament ... recorded 21 points during six-game point streak between Aug. 30-Sept. 18 ... also went on a five-game point streak, collecting 12 points between Oct. 7-23 ... paired with her countrywoman Maria Briones on the attack, combining to score more than half of Ohio State's 54 goals ... ranked third on the team with 59 shots with 40 on goal.
Personal: Fullname is Berta-Naoko Queralt O'Callaghan ... greatest sports thrill was playing in the Under-16 European Youth Championship in Valencia ... daughter of Xavier Queralt and Elena O'Callaghan ... has a younger brother, Xavier ... mother's cousin, Xavier O'Callaghan, is a former handball player who was a member of F.C. Barcelona for several years and won a bronze medal with the Spanish National Team in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.