Ohio State Career Honors: 2011 Big Ten Sportsmanship honoree ... named Academic All-Big Ten (2009, 2010) ... three-time OSU Scholar-Athlete (2008, 2009, 2010) ... ranks first in career goals-against average at Ohio State (1.36) ... holds single-season wins record for OSU goalkeepers with 18 victories (2010).
2011 (Senior Season): Senior tri-captain for the 2011 Buckeyes ... has started in all 20 games for the Buckeyes at goal ... has a 12-8 overall record with a 1.40 goals-against average and a .724 save percentage ... notched a career-high eight saves in the season opener against Duke (Aug. 26) ... claimed first shutout of the season in a 2-0 win at James Madison (Sept. 4) ... had a six save performance vs. Louisville (Oct. 4) ... recorded seven saves vs. Michigan State (Oct 14) and Northwestern (Oct. 28) has posted 76 saves this season.
2010 (Junior Season): Started in all 23 games of Ohio State's record-breaking season... placed in the Top 10 nationally in goals against average (1.23)... program record in wins in a season (18)...ranked first in the Big Ten in shutouts (7) which also tied an Ohio State single-season record...recorded 12 saves in the Buckeyes' NCAA semifinal run...had two six save performances during the season - one against Louisville (Sept. 8) and another in the second round of the NCAA tournament against Syracuse (Nov. 14)...led the team in minutes played (1646:35).
2009 (Sophomore Season): Backed-up OSU all-time career win record-holder Lindsay Quintiliani between the pipes ... played in four games, starting two with a 1-2 record on the season ... played 205:55 minutes and had a 3.40 goals-against average ... opened the season playing 28:29 vs. Saint Louis (Aug. 30) without facing a shot ... made first start vs. Princeton (Sept. 5), making two saves in the 5-4 OT loss ... earned the 2-1 win vs. Northwestern (Oct. 31), playing 35:00 minutes and making two saves ... played all 70 minutes vs. North Carolina in a First Round NCAA game (Nov. 14), making a season-high four saves against the eventual NCAA champion ... had eight saves on the season.
2008 (Freshman Season): Started the last seven games of the season for the Buckeyes ... was 6-1, winning her first six games before falling to Iowa in overtime in the Big Ten championship game ... allowed just six goals with 26 saves for a .812 save percentage ... played 500:56 minutes and had a 0.84 goals-against average ... recorded shutout in three of her first four games, blanking three Big Ten opponents ... made two saves in her first career game, a 5-0 win at Indiana (Oct. 10) ... allowed a single goal in her first four games, giving up one in 3-1 win vs. Miami University (Oct. 15) ... posted back-to-back shutouts starting with a 2-0 upset at then-No. 8 Iowa with four saves (Oct. 19) ... followed with five saves in 6-0 blanking vs. Northwestern (Oct .24) ... backstopped the Buckeyes to a run to the Big Ten championship game ... saved three shots in 3-2 first-round win vs. Michigan (Nov. 6) and two shots in semifinal 2-1 upset of top-seeded Penn State (Nov. 7) ... made a career-high six saves in 2-1 overtime loss to Iowa in the title game (Nov. 9) ... overall in the Big Ten, led the conference with 0.43 shutouts per game ... in league games only, tied for first in shutouts (3), and ranked first in goals-against average (0.00) and save percentage (1.000).
Emmaus High School: Captained the team as a senior ... helped Emmaus win the league, district, state and national high school field hockey championships in her sophomore and senior seasons ... team was league, district and state semifinalist in 2006 ... played in the AAU Junior Olympics ... selected as a Futures Elite by the U.S. Field Hockey Association ... was a two-time participant of in the National Futures Championship ... played at the USFHA National Indoor tournaments from 2002-08 ... participated in the National Field Hockey festival for three years ... also was a member of the lacrosse and track and field teams at Emmaus.
Personal: Daughter of John and Cyndi Tunitis ... has two brothers, Jake and Ian.