April 16 - 22, 2013
Four Buckeyes tally at least four points in non-conference road win.
Katie Chase tallies eighth hat trick of the season; Jackie Cifarelli finishes with three assists.
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.
WLAX Clipped by Hopkins, 11-10
2012 (Junior Season): Saw action in six games, making first career start against Florida in the ALC semifinal (5/4/12) ... Commanded two draw controls, one each against Vanderbilt in the conference tourney semis (5/3/12) and vs. the Gators ... OSU Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten ... Third-year letterwinner.
2011 (Sophomore Season): Played in seven games, scoring two goals ... Found back of the net against American and St. Bonaventure ... Recorded one ground ball vs. Detroit ... Tallied four draw controls ... Earned OSU Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and ALC Academic Honor Roll honors ... Second-year letterwinner
2010 (Freshman Season): Played in eight contests ... Scored first collegiate goal in the win at California ... Also scored a goal versus Canisius and Detroit ... Three assists on the season ... Recorded a pair of ground balls and draw controls ... OSU Scholar-Athlete ... First-year letterwinner
Prior to Ohio State: Played lacrosse, basketball and field hockey in high school from 2005-09 ... High school was New York State Champions from 2007-09 ... Named Long Island State Champions from 2006-09 ... Suffolk County Champions from 2004-09 ... Was the first five-year lacrosse player in high school history ... High school captain ... nominated as 2009 Under Armor All-American ... Finished second in goals (56) for the 2009 season ... Named one of the top 40 recruits of 2009 by Lacrosse Magazine ... Three-year starter in basketball ... Led team in points, rebounds and field goals her senior year
Personal: Daughter of Hans and Karen ... has two siblings, Corinne and Ethan ... Father played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1986).
No. 8 Ohio State Falls to No. 1 Maryland