Freshman goalie Liz Tamburro stops 14 shots
Ohio State had had at least 10 selections for seven-consecutive years
Senior forward Danica Deckard posts second career hat trick
Ohio State Career Honors: Academic All-Big Ten (2013) ... OSU Scholar-Athlete (2012, 2013) ... NFHCA National Academic Squad (2012).
2014 (Junior Season): Played in nine games ... averaged just under 10 minutes a game ... had a season-high 31 minutes in the Buckeyes' Big Ten Tournament game against Maryland.
2013 (Sophomore Season): Academic All-Big Ten selection ... played in 13 games and earned two starts ... averaged 19 minutes per game ... scored off a rebound in the 18thminute against Ohio (Oct. 6) ... assisted on the first of three Peanut Johnson goals against No. 17 Louisville ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2012 (Freshman Season): Played in nine contests with one assist ... collected first collegiate minutes against UMass (Aug. 25), American (Aug. 26) and Maryland (Sept .2), playing in seven minutes in each contest ... season-high 41 minutes in 3-1 win at Bucknell (Sept. 16) ... collected first career assist and point vs. Kent State (Sept. 19) ... NFHCA National Academic Squad ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: Two-time first team All-SWOFHL (South West Ohio Field Hockey League) selection (2011 and 2012) ... 2010 All-Conference Honorable Mention ... led the team in goals and assists in all four years ... collected 13 goals and 18 assists during senior season ... two-time captain (2011-12) ... coached by Claudia Crumbaugh ... also played three seasons with the Coyote Field Hockey Club (2010-12) ... was a four-year letterwinner in track and one-year letterman in swimming ... competed on high jump, middle distance and hurdles for the Firebirds ... 2010 Track Special Mention ... three-time track district qualifier (2009-11) ... track regional qualifier in 2010.
Personal: Daughter of Phil and Kathy VonderBrink ... would like to travel after graduation ... lists greatest sports thrill as playing high school field hockey and scoring gamewinning goals in back-to-back years against school's rival.