Ohio State breaks game open with four-goal second half
Five different Buckeyes score, led by Humphrey, Johnson
Ohio State Career Honors: Big Ten Freshman of the Week (9/3/2013).
2014 Season (Sophomore Season): Played in all 18 games, starting 13 ... took four shots, one of which was on goal ... played an average of 55 minutes a game ... started in each of the first 10 games of the season.
2013 Season (Freshman Season): Played in 10 games and earned seven starts ... scored a goal in each of her first two collegiate games at the 2013 Conference Cup on the campus of Temple University ... assisted on a goal from Peanut Johnson in a 5-1 win over Missouri State in the opening game of the Buckeye Classic ... finished the season with two goals, one assists for five points.
Prior to Ohio State: Team captain along with twin sister, Mercedes, for Heritage Woods Secondary School during senior year ... two-time MVP for the Kodiaks ... two-time captain ... four-year starter in backfield ... named to U17 Canadian National Team and played in U17 test series vs. U.S. in April 2012 ... placed first at Canada Nationals in both 2010 and 2011 .... Ranked third overall in British Columbia High School Provincial Field Hockey Tournament ... helped Heritage Woods place first in the AAA Fraser Valley against district-rival Gleneagle with 6-1 victory ... placed first in district finals in both 2010 and 2011 ... also a member of the HWSS soccer team from 2010-2013.
Personal: Daughter of Geoff and Denise Hamilton ... twin sister, Mercedes, also on the Ohio State field hockey team ... would like to travel and become a Division I field hockey coach after graduation ... favorite pastimes include hanging out with friends and family, exploring Vancouver in the summertime and playing field hockey ... lists greatest sports thrill as playing for the U-17 Canadian Junior National team vs. United States.
Johnson Garners All-America Accolades