Ohio State breaks games open with four-goal second half
Five different Buckeyes score, led by Humphrey, Johnson
Buckeyes return eight starters from 2014 squad
Peanut Johnson, Maddy Humphrey, Emma Royce among 27 honorees
Duo combined for 59 points
Ohio State Career Honors: NFHCA second team All-West Region (2014) ... three-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week (9/9, 9/23, 10/14)
2014 (Freshman Season): Finished as the Buckeyes' leading scorer with 32 points (12 goals, eight assists) ... was the Big Ten's second leading scorer among freshmen and three times earned the conference's Freshman of the Week honor ... started her collegiate career with at least one point in 10 of the first 13 games, including a hat trick On Sept. 21 that was part of a 11-point weekend in games vs. Michigan State and Appalachian State ... finished ninth in the Big Ten in points, seventh in points per game (1.78) and eighth in goals per game (0.67) ... she and Peanut Johnson combined for 59 points, the fourth highest total among duos in the league ... with three goals vs. Appalachian State, became the first OSU rookie to record a hat trick ... four multi-goal games, one multi-assist game and eight multi-point games.
Personal: Daughter of Marcia and Steve Humphrey ... has two older siblings - Macon and Bryce ... would like to teach special education and coach field hockey after graduation ... great uncle, Carlton, played running back for William and Mary and great grandfather, Robert, played running back for Wake Forest ... was captain and MVP in four sports as an eighth-grader, earning her school's Female Athlete of the Year award ... lists her greatest sports thrill as scoring a pair of overtime game-winning goals in Cox's state tournament run in 2012 ... participated in the Young Life organization and was selected to attend a leadership workshop at Frank W. Cox High School.