COLUMBUS, Ohio – Fifteen members of the Ohio State women’s soccer team have garnered Academic All-Big Ten recognition, the conference office announced Wednesday. To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students must be on a varsity team, have been enrolled full time at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
Ohio State’s three seniors, who were a part of 39 victories, three NCAA Tournament appearances and a Big Ten championship in 2017, will graduate with degrees in biology, neuroscience and sport industry while Meghan Kammerdeiner, who graduated last May with a degree in psychology, is in graduate school pursuing a degree in public policy and management.
Ohio State Academic All-Big Ten
Junior Alyssa Baumbick (2nd selection – Communication)
Junior Marissa Birzon (2nd selection – Marketing)
Sophomore Blair Cowan (1st selection – Exploration)
Sophomore Kayla Fischer (1st selection – Biology)
Graduate Meghan Kammerdeiner (3rd selection – Public Policy and Management)
Junior Bailey Kolinski (2nd selection – Information Systems)
Junior Taylor Lisevick (1st selection – Biology)
Junior Maddy Lowe (1st selection – Sport Industry)
Senior Marike Mousset (3rd selection – Biology)
Junior Izzy Rodriguez (2nd selection – Finance)
Junior Maggie Samanich (2nd selection – Human Resources)
Sophomore Jordan Silkowitz (1st selection – Marketing)
Sophomore Emaly Vatne (1st selection – Pre-Exercise Science)
Senior Selina Vickery (2nd selection – Neuroscience)
Senior Haley Walker-Robinson (2nd selection – Sport Industry)
Three Buckeye Academic All-Big Ten selections were recognized with Big Ten postseason honors last month. Rodriguez earned third team All-Big Ten honors while Silkowitz was named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team and Kolinski was named a Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree.