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.
April 2 - April 8, 2013
Nine Buckeyes score in team's first conference win of the season.
Ohio State recognizes 2003 ALC Championship team, 100 years in Big Ten
WLAX Downs Vanderbilt, 19-4
2014 (Junior Season): First Team All-ALC ... IWLCA Second Team All-Region ... started all 20 games in the OSU defense that held opponents to 8.2 goals per game ... second on the team with 14 caused turnovers ... second on the team with 30 ground balls ... collected a season-best three draws at Stanford (Feb. 15) ... posted two games with three gound balls in the road wins at Hofstra (March 15) and at Vanderbilt (April 6) ... claimed two caused turnovers in the first win in school history against Michigan (April 2) ... notched three ground balls in the win over Notre Dame (April 15) and loss at Hopkins (April 26) ... OSU scholar-athlete.
2013 (Sophomore Season): Started in all 18 games of the season...Tallied one assist vs. Hofstra (3/30/13)...notched 18 groundballs, 10 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers... OSU scholar-athlete.
2012 (Freshman Season): Played and started in 15 games in the midfield ... finished fourth on the team in draw controls with 14, producing a season-high four against Vanderbilt (4/8/12) ... tallied 13 groundballs on the year ... OSU scholar-athlete.
Seneca High School: As a midfielder/defender, was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse First Team All-American and Academic All-American, as well as a First Team All-South Jersey, all-county and all-conference selection as a junior and senior ... Team captain who led the county in scoring as a senior with 77 goals and 44 assists, helping propel Seneca to its first conference title in 2011 ... Also lettered two years on the soccer pitch, earning the team captain title as a senior.
Personal: Daughter of Bob and Deb Donahue ... All three of older sisters played Division I lacrosse: Mia (Bucknell), Deona (George Mason) and Kirsten (Ohio State, 2009-12).
No. 8 Ohio State Falls to No. 1 Maryland