November 21, 2018

Buckeyes Ink Seven For 2019-20

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State University women’s ice hockey team wrapped up another successful signing period by adding seven future Buckeyes to its ranks.

First up is Teghan Inglis, a defenseman coming to us from Okotoks, Alberta. In 29 games at Pursuit of Excellence she’s tallied 25 points from three goals and 22 assists.   Prior to attending POE she spent one season at the Edge School for Athletes and previously played a starring role on the Rocky Mountain Bantam AAA Raiders, and she hopes to one day represent Canada in the Winter Olympics.

Next we have Jennifer Gardiner, a forward from Surrey, British Columbia. Over the summer Gardiner played on Canada’s U18 team in a series against the USA U18 team. While playing for the Greater Vancouver Comets the last three years she’s tallied 137 points, with 36 of those coming in the 12 games she’s played this season. She led the Comets in scoring the last two years.

Another forward at that Canada/United States series in Calgary, Brooke Bink, has signed with the Buckeyes. The Escanaba, Michigan native has notched 113 points while suiting up for Shattuck St. Mary’s, with 45 goals and 68 assists.

Staying in the Midwest, our next newcomer, Madeline Babnik, comes to us from Illinois. Babnik won the Illinois state championship with New Trier high school back in March, and has been part of the Chicago Mission for the last few years. The defenseman also claimed the 2018 Terry J. Stasica MVP Award.

Another defenseman, Addi Scribner, is also joining the incoming class. Scribner comes to us from East Ridge high school in Woodbury, Minnesota. She tallied 24 points over the last two season with the Raptors.

Ramsey Parent, a forward from Blaine, Minnesota, joins the class with a connection to a current Buckeye after sharing the ice with Gabby Rosenthal at Blaine high school. Parent spent time at the 2017 USA Hockey U18 Player Development camp in addition to her time playing with Blaine. She’s tallied 154 points during her high school career.

Last, but certainly not least, is the lone goaltender of the class, Quinn Kuntz. She posted a 15-2-0 record in 2017-18 with a 0.77 goals-against-average and a .960 save percentage. Kuntz also suited up for the Grand Forks Central High/Red River High team for two years where she notched a .906 save percentage in 2015-16 and bumped it up to .927 in 2016-17.