Student-Athlete Spotlight: Peanut Johnson, Field Hockey
Oct. 15, 2013
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Peanut Johnson, a sophomore on the Ohio State field hockey team from Dayton, Ohio, is leading the team with a season-high 17 points on eight goals and one assist through 12 contests in 2013. The speedy OSU forward, who collected 15 points last year as a freshman, has boasted two hat tricks this year in a win over Missouri State and a loss to nationally-ranked Louisville. Johnson will look to help the Buckeye program advance in postseason play next month as the squad hosts the 2013 Big Ten Tournament Nov. 7-10 at Buckeye Varsity Field in Columbus.
Why did you choose to major in biology? I chose to major in biology in hopes of pursuing a medical career.
Describe your first day as a student at Ohio State. Hectic. I definitely got lost and riding a scooter to class was not well received by some of my teammates. HaHa!
Favorite movie: Splash
Favorite singer: Jimmy Buffett
Last concert I attended: Dave Matthews Band
Favorite snack: Dark chocolate covered pretzels
Cats or dog? DOGS!
Early bird or night owl: Early bird