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Jan. 30, 2018

Brad Ross is in his fourth year on Ohio State’s staff and his second as the associate head coach. Ross leads Ohio State’s offense, and in 2017 the Buckeyes averaged 11.33 goals per game, including a season-high 18 in a win at Michigan Stadium against the Wolverines. On 11 occasions, the Buckeyes scored 12 or more goals and had an offense that generated nearly 34 shots per game, converted 49.2 percent of its man-up chances and won over 60 percent of its faceoffs.

Ross, who in December was named the 2017 IMLCA Outstanding Assistant Coach, came to Ohio State after a successful four-year stint as the associate head coach at Bryant. While with the Buckeyes, Ohio State has averaged 9.0 goals per game or better in each of his three seasons.