Alex Bayne
Alex  Bayne


Manvel, Texas

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Ohio State Places Five on NFCA All-Region Teams

Hursh, Piper earn first-team accolades, three others on second team


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


Bayne Receives 2017 All-American Athlete of the Year Award

Senior outfielder has hit 32 home runs over the last two seasons


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


PREVIEW: No. 21 Buckeyes, No. 16 Michigan Set for B1G Series

Ohio State, Michigan both enter weekend 6-0 in Big Ten

• First team All-NFCA Midwest Region (2016)
• First team All-Big Ten (2016)
• Big Ten All-Defensive Team (2016)
• Second team All-NFCA Midwest Region (2017)
• National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American Athlete of the Year Award (2017)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten

AS A SENIOR (2017)
• Hit two home runs and drove in four in season-opening series at Texas A&M.
• Went 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in a 4-3 win over Louisville (2/19).
• At the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, hit .429 with a 1.357 slugging percentage with four HRs and five RBI.
• Hit a seventh-inning grand slam vs. Stetson (3/14).
• Had four hits, including a home run, in three-game series at Maryland (3/24-26).
• Grand slam in 14-1 home-opening win vs. Wright State.
• Hit .329 with five home runs and nine RBI in Big Ten play.
• Finished her career ranked fifth all-time in home runs with 37.
• The Buckeyes were 23-3-1 in games that Bayne hit a home run over her final two seasons.
• Third on the team in batting (.292) to go along with 14 home runs, 32 RBI and 44 runs scored.
• Ranked fourth in the Big Ten in home runs, 13th in slugging percentage and 13th in runs scored.

AS A JUNIOR (2016)
• First team All-Big Ten and first team NFCA All-Midwest Region.
• Big Ten All-Defensive Team.
• Tied Ohio State’s single-season record with 19 home runs.
• Second on the team with a .364 average while leading the team in RBI (49) and runs (53).
• The Buckeyes were 16-0-1 in games in which she hit a home run.
• Big Ten Player of the Week on April 11 after hitting home runs in five games vs. Penn State and Rutgers.
• Hit .383 with runners in scoring position and .429 with 28 RBI and 23 Big Ten games
• Multiple hits in 21 games and multiple RBI in 14 contests.
• Went three-for-three with two home runs and seven RBI in the Big Ten opener against Maryland (3/25).
• Hit a home run in seven consecutive games between April 3-13 and drove in 16 runs during that span.
• Ended the season by reaching base in 17 straight games.
• Played right field for the first time in her career and had nine assists, the most amongst B1G outfielders.

• Played in 38 games, making 13 starts.
• Hit .375 with 13 RBI, four home runs, three doubles and a .688 slugging percentage.
• Over the final 15 games of the season, hit .448 with a .793 slugging percentage.
• Went 2-for-3 with a career-high four RBI on a pair of two-run home runs vs. Ohio (4/21).
• Collected a hit in 10 of the last 15 games of the season.
• Was 3-for-3 with a home runs and three RBI vs. Indiana (5/2).
• Ohio State's Sportsmanship Award winner.
• Winner of the inaugural Block "O" (for opportunity) award.

• Started in 30 of 53 regular-season games as a freshman in 2013, as well as three starts and five appearances in postseason action.
• Rotated between shortstop and second base, ending the season with a .241 batting average and .361 slugging percentage.
• In her rookie season, she hit three doubles, two triples (a team high) and a home run.
• In postseason action, hit an RBI-triple against Notre Dame in regionals to help Marshall earn its first regional victory.

• Played for Manvel High School for four years
• Batted .352 for the Mavericks and hit five home runs
• Was a two-time offensive MVP
• Earned first-team all-district honors for short stop and third base
• Was an AP scholar, Texas scholar and graduated in the top ten percentile
• Played summer ball with Texas Storm Wymer for four years.