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
Outstanding student-athletes will be honored at 46th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner
The Little Things, Olivia DiCarlantonio's service project, was created to help collect and distribute toiletries to the Van Buren Center, a community board shelter for homeless in Columbus. With the use of homeless shelters up by 79 percent among Columbus and Franklin County families over the last 3 years, it's a thoughtful and important undertaking that will help those in need. So this Sunday at our game vs. Virginia Tech (Noon, Ohio Stadium), please bring your travel-size toiletries to donate for those in need. Donation bins will be at the gates and around the stadium!
2014 (Sophomore Season): Played in 10 games, with five starts for the Buckeyes ... had a career-day in the home win vs. William & Mary (March 29), posting season-high two goals, two points, three shots and four draw controls ... made first career start at Vanderbilt (April 6), picking up two draws ... collected a pair of draw controls in the win over Notre Dame (April 15) ... earned four draw controls at the ALC Tournament last weekend (May 1-2) ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2013 (Freshman Season): Played in four games...OSU Scholar-Athlete.
Wellington High School: Named US Lacrosse All-American in 2012, in addition to earning team MVP for lacrosse three times, Sun Sentinel Player of the Year twice and Palm Beach Post Player of the Year ... received first team all-district, all-county and all-area accolades in all four seasons ... scored 120 goals, including 15 in one game, and had 41 assists as a senior ... also lettered in soccer and volleyball.
Personal: Daughter of Jodi and Reno DiCarlantonio ... has an older brother, Reno, who played baseball at Flagler College.
Ohio State Falls to Johns Hopkins, 12-6
Senior Day Saturday vs. Johns Hopkins
Buckeyes Fall at No. 1 Maryland