COLUMBUS, Ohio – One of the top players in the state of Pennsylvania, Cameryn Forgash is bringing her talents to Columbus this fall and will continue her academic and athletic career as a member of the Ohio State field hockey program.
Forgash, who is from Swoyersville, Pa., was a first-team all-state and all-region performer as a senior at Wyoming Valley High School as well as a four-year varsity letterwinner. As a junior in 2019, Forgash had the honor of achieving both a significant individual and team accomplishment: she was a first-team All-State performer while helping her team with a PIAA “AA” state championship.
A two-sport athlete, Forgash also ran track at Wyoming Valley, a sport that runs in her family. Her brother, Mitch, runs both cross country and track and field at Kings College. And that isn’t where the athletic bloodlines end, either. Her mother, Nancy, played college tennis at Shippensburg University and Wilkes University.
Forgash played club field hockey for the WC Eagles and was a National Indoor Tournament U-19 Pool “C” Champions and Disney Showcase U-19 gold medalists.