Junior Rachel Rohanna receives Player of the Year Award
Ohio State makes second-consecutive national appearance after sixth-place regional finish
Sixth-seeded Buckeyes look to secure slot in national championship line up
Kendall Prince named Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Junior Rachel Rohanna finishes in tie for third
Ohio State Career Honors: 2009 Big Ten Freshman of the Year ... Second Team All-Big Ten (2009, 2011) ... named Big Ten Golfer of the Week (March 9, 2011) ... NGCA All-American Scholar (2009) ... three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2010, 2011, 2012) ... four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
2011-12 (Senior Season): Competed in 27 rounds during 2011-12 season... notched stroke average of 77.89 through 10 events... had 12.5 rounds count toward team totals... opened season as top Buckeye at the Mary Fossum Invitational (Sept. 17-18) with total of 226 (+10) to finish in a tie for eighth... concluded Hurricane Invitational (March 5-6) in tie for 22nd.
2010-11 (Junior Season): Participated in 12 of 13 events ... had 33.5 rounds count toward team score ... was the top Buckeye finisher at four events...notched a team-best stroke average at 75.68 ... fired even score of 72 during second round of William K. Warren Irish Invitational (Oct. 2-3) ... went on to tie for 21st ... concluded fall slate tied for 30th at the Lady Northern Invitational (Oct. 11-12) and Landfall Tradition (Oct. 22-24) ... was runner-up at the SunTrust Gator Women's Golf Invitational (March 6-7) with 54-hole score of 212 ... wrapped regular season play with tie for 13th at Lady Buckeye Invitational (April 16-17) before concluding the Big Ten Championships (April 22-24) tied for 11th ...... had the squad's third-best score at the NCAA Central Championships, finishing with a 12-over 228 to tie for 34th ... led the Buckeyes at the 2011 NCAA Championships and came in tied for 32nd with a 10-over 298.
2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Competed in 30 rounds, including two as an individual ... had a 76.40 stroke average ... 20 of her 28 tournament rounds counted toward the team score ... carded five top 20 performances ... medaled as an individual at All-Ohio Invitational (Oct. 25-26) ... carded rounds of 72-71 to win the event at 1-over 143 ... posted three top 20 finishes in a row beginning with a tie for 20th at the Bryan National College, where she also recorded her low 54-hole score of the season at 222 (April 2-4) ... followed with a tie for 17th at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (April 17-18) and a tie for 11th at the Big Ten Championships (April 23-25) ... fired a low round of 71 three times, including the second round of the Big Ten Championships and opening round of the NCAA West Regional ... finished postseason action tied for 44th at the regional (May 6-8).
2008-09 (Freshman Season): Compiled the second-lowest stroke average on the team at 77.52 ... ranked second on the Buckeyes in rounds played at 31 ... 28 of her rounds counted towards the team score ... recorded low-round of even-par 72 at the NCAA Central Regional (May 7-9) on Ohio State's own Scarlet Course ... best finishes of the season were tying for sixth at the Landfall Tradition (Oct. 24-26) and Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational (April 18-19) ... also posted best 54-hole score of the season at the Landfall Tradition with a 224 ... had six Top 30 performances ... first college tournament was the Lady Northern Invitational in which she tied for 29th at 236 (Oct. 18-19) ... tied for 12th with teammate Emma Jandel at the Big Ten championships to lead the third-place Buckeyes ... represented home country of Argentina at the World Amateur Team Championship (Oct. 8-11).
Prior to Ohio State: Named to the Argentinean Team for the 2008 World Cup ... ranked first in the 2007 Argentine Junior Rankings after finishing runner-up at both the 2006 and '07 Argentine Junior Championship ... won the Argentine Ladies open and Fay Crocker's Cup in 2006 ... finished in the Top 5 at the Optimist International Junior Championship and fourth at the Doral-Publix Junior Championship in 2007 ... represented Argentina in the South American Junior Championship and the Spirit International Championship.
Personal: Daughter of Rosanna Cane and Raul Villanueva ... when away from the course, enjoys reading, singing and shopping.
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