COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State head coach Kelly Kovach Schoenly announced that Cambry Arnold has joined the softball program as a graduate transfer. Arnold played three seasons at James Madison and will have one year of eligibility remaining in 2020-21.
“We are excited to welcome Cambry back home to join the Buckeye family,” said Schoenly. “As a graduate transfer, she comes to us with high-level postseason experience. Cambry will be a solid addition to our talented outfield group.”
Arnold played in 150 games for the Dukes before sitting out the shortened 2020 campaign due to injury. During her time at JMU, she was a three-time NFCA All-Northeast Region honoree, including an appearance on the first team. Arnold was also a two-time VaSID All-State selection and earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie Team.
The Ohio native finished her career at JMU with a .958 fielding rate and 156 putouts in the outfield. Offensively, she posted a .327 batting average with 130 hits, 96 runs, 32 walks and 19 RBI.
Arnold graduated with a degree in health sciences in the spring of 2020.