Junior Rachel Rohanna receives Player of the Year Award
Ohio State makes second-consecutive national appearance after sixth-place regional finish
April 30 - May 6, 2012
Sixth-seeded Buckeyes look to secure slot in national championship line up
Kendall Prince named Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Ohio State Career Honors: 2012 Big Ten Freshman of the Year ... Second Team All-Big Ten (2012) ... NGCA All-America Scholar (2012) ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2012)
2011-12 (Freshman Season): Posted second-lowest stroke average on the squad at 75.03 through nine events... competed in third-most rounds with 30... had 27.5 rounds count toward team totals... notched two rounds in the 60s and four under par... earned three top 5 finishes... was the top Buckeye at three events... placed third at Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (April 21-22) at 226 (+10)... placed fifth at Lady Northern Intercollegiate (Oct. 10-11) with scores of 73-67-81--221 (+8).
Prior to Ohio State: Ranked No. 2 in the class of 2011 by Golfweek for junior golfers (No. 9 overall) ... four-time Golfweek Player of the Week ... won three AJGA Tournaments (Wenatchee, Diablo Grande, Columbus Memorial) ... recorded a fifth-place finish at the AJGA Annika Invitational ... finished tied for ninth at the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions ... named a 2011 Rolex Second-Team All-American ... was the 2010 Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) West Region Co-Player of the Year and a FCWT First-Team All-American... was the 2010 Oregon Junior Stroke Play and Oregon Junior Open champion... placed fourth at the Junior PGA Championship Sectional Qualifier in 2010... was undefeated in the 2010 regular season at Lakeridge High School to earn the Three Rivers Player of the Year award... never shot over par the entire 2010 season... was runner-up at the 2010 Oregon state championship... earned eight high school letters while also competing in soccer and basketball.
Personal: Daughter of Rick and Erin Prince...has two older sisters, Morgan and Jordyn... hobbies include playing tennis, working out and watching movies.
Buckeyes Primed for NCAA Championships