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
Ohio State and Nittany Lions meet at 1:05 p.m. Sunday, game televised on BTN at 6:30 p.m.
Ohio State recognizes 2003 ALC Championship team, 100 years in Big Ten
2014 (Junior Season):Played in 16 games for the Buckeyes, scoring three goals and dishing out three assists ... collected a goal in the home opener vs. Detroit (Feb. 7) ... tied her career high in points (2) and goals (2) in the road loss at nationally-ranked Boston College (Feb. 22) ... picked up her first assist of the year in the road win at Michigan (April 2) ... also had an assist in the win over Notre Dame (April 15) ... assisted on a score in the ALC quarterfinals ... OSU scholar-athlete.
2013 (Sophomore Season): Played in all 18 games, starting three on attack...tallied a season total of eight goals and two assists, including two game-winning goals vs. High Point (4/21/13) and vs. Johns Hopkins (5/2/13)...secured nine groundballs and two draw controls...OSU scholar-athlete...second-year letter winner.
2012 (Freshman Season): Played in 13 games, starting nine on attack ... tallied six goals, all through the first four games of the year, with two each against Robert Morris (2/17/12) and Louisville (2/19/12) ... secured four groundballs, three draw controls and three caused turnovers ... OSU Scholar-Athlete ... first-year letterwinner,
Colts Neck: The nation's leading scorer as a senior in 2011, Keselman had school-record totals of 125 goals, 73 assists and 78 groundballs, earning News Transcript Female Athlete of the Year, All-New Jersey and team MVP honors at the end of the season ... finished career with 321 goals, 146 assists and 242 groundballs, point totals that give her the school career record and rank her fourth in state history in total goals and points ... also lettered in indoor track.
Personal: Daughter of Ira and Shari Keselman ... has three siblings, Samantha, Zack and Erika.
No. 8 Ohio State Falls to No. 1 Maryland