Buckeyes receive goals from Emma Royce, Brooke Hiltz and Kaitlyn Wagner
Senior Kaitlyn Wagner scores two goals for the Buckeyes
Maddy Humphrey scores three times, Brooke Hiltz dishes out four assists
Maddy Humphrey notches two goals and an assist for the Buckeyes
Ohio State looking to build off last Friday's win vs. Miami
Ohio State Career Honors: NFHCA National Academic selection (2011).
2013 (Junior Season): Played in and started all 19 games, bringing her consecutive-starts streak to 59 contests ... Ohio State's Sportsmanship Award honoree ... averaged 70 minutes per game ... scored two goals on seven shots ... netted a goal off a penalty corner in the 68thminute against Miami (Sept. 18) ... scored at the 15:00 mark in the first half against Michigan State ... had shots against Temple (Aug. 31), New Hampshire (Sept. 1), UMass (Sept. 14), Miami (Sept. 18), Michigan State (Sept. 28), and Michigan State (Nov. 8).
2012 (Sophomore Season): Continued streak of starting all 19 games for the Buckeyes ... played in at least 70 minutes in 15 games in 2012 ... part of OSU backfield that has limited opponents to 10.2 shots per game and 1.67 goals per game ... played in all 100 minutes in 1-0 shutout victory at Ohio (Sept. 12) ... posted a shot on goal vs. Kent State (Sept. 19) ... guided the Buckeyes to a 3-2 upset win vs. Northwestern (Sept. 21) after scoring the eventual gamewinning goal at 28:22 in the first half, while holding the Wildcats to just eight shots in the contest ... notched a shot vs. Robert Morris (Sept. 26).
2011 (Freshman Season): Started all 21 games for the Buckeyes as a true freshman, playing in a combined 1545 minutes at the midfield position ... made first career start in season opener vs. Duke (Aug. 26).
Personal: Daughter of Scott and Betty Wagner ... has two older brothers, Michael and Timothy ... favorite pastimes include snowboarding, wakeboarding, boating, running and reading ... lists greatest sports thrill as scoring the winning stroke/goal in overtime ... would like to get involved in integrate industries and the environment and also research renewable energy sources after graduation.