April 16 - 22, 2013
Four Buckeyes tally at least four points in non-conference road win.
Ohio State faces No. 9 Duke Saturday, High Point Sunday
Buckeyes battle Nittany Lions through nine ties in fourth game against Top 10 opponent
Ohio State and Nittany Lions meet at 1:05 p.m. Sunday, game televised on BTN at 6:30 p.m.
Ohio State 14, American 4 (April 21, 2012
2013 (Sophomore Season): Started in all 18 games, finishing 12 complete games...posted an 11.05 goals-against average and a .408 save percentage...totaled 126 saves...made double digit saves in four games, including a season-high of 13 saves vs. Stanford (3/2/13) and vs. High Point (4/21/13)... earned ALC Second Team honors...OSU scholar-athlete and Academic All-Big Ten.
2012 (Freshman Season): Played in 16 games, making 15 starts and finishing six complete games ... posted a 9.21 goals-against average, third among ALC goalies, and a .494 save percentage ... made double-digit saves on six occasions, including a season-high 16 in overtime contest against Northwestern (3/31/12) in Gillette Stadium ... member of the ALC All-Tournament Team after making 10 stops vs. Vanderbilt (5/3/12) in the quarterfinals and 15 against Florida (5/4/12) in the semifinals, while holding the Gators to a season-low five goals ... ALC and womenslax.com Rookie of the Week (2/13/12) ... OSU scholar-athlete.
Shore Regional: Played soccer, basketball and lacrosse ... during her senior year, played 21 games in goal with 175 saves and a .630 save percentage, earning first team all-shore, first team all-division and all-state honorable mention while helping the team to the conference championship ... in total, captured three conference regular-season and tournament championships during her career and two state sectional titles with Shore Regional.
Personal: Parents are David and Nancy DeScenza ... has three siblings, Danny, Devin and Nikki ... has a cousin, Kim Imbesi, was a three-year starter on the Duke women's lacrosse team (2007-09) and another, Mary DeScenza Mohler, who swam at Georgia and has participated in two Olympic trials.
Ohio State Falls to Johns Hopkins, 12-6
Senior Day Saturday vs. Johns Hopkins