Assisted on Maddy Humphrey's goal vs. Rutgers
Five different Buckeyes score, led by Humphrey, Johnson
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
• Played in and started all 17 games.
• Had five points on one goal and three assists.
• Averaged 63.6 minutes per game and played all 70 minutes five times.
• Had assists against UC Davis (Sept. 7), Northwestern (Sept. 16) and Rutgers (Oct. 16).
• Assisted on Adelaide Penzone’s game-winning goal against UC Davis, Esther Clotet Alsina’s tally against Northwestern and a Maddy Humphrey score vs. Rutgers.
• Took 23 total shots on goal and .478 were on goal.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015)
• Played in all 19 games and made 18 starts.
• Finished with four total points on one goal and two assists.
• All four of her points came in a three-game span between Sept. 27 and Oct. 9 (vs. Penn State, Maryland, Rutgers).
• Was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Oct. 13.
• Took 15 total shots and averaged 54 minutes/game.
PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
• First team all-region and second team All-America team selection by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
• Delivered her best offensive performance in the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals, in which she scored the game-tying and game-winning goals in a 3-2 win.
• Named the Times Leader Player of the Year as a senior after scoring 10 goals and handing out 16 assists.
• Finished her career with three District 2 titles and a PIAA state championship as a sophomore.
• Crestwood went 90-7-2 in her four-year career.
• Played for the same high school program as current Buckeye Morgan Kile.
• Scored 41 goals and had 41 assists in her career.
• First team all-state from the Pennsylvania High School Field Hockey Coaches Association in 2013 and 2014.
• Led Crestwood to the PIAA Class AA state title game this past fall.
• Competed in the National Futures Tournament in 2013 and was a member of the U14 National Indoor Tournament championship team.
• Daughter of Christopher and Danielle Cole.
• Lists her greatest sports thrill as winning the PIAA state championship in 2012.
• Was vice present of the National Business Honor Society in high school.
2017 Season in Review
Ohio State Ousted by Michigan, 3-0