COLUMBUS, Ohio – Hallie Brost, who has found success both scholastically at Collegiate School in Virginia and in the United States national team program, will take the next step in her career at Ohio State.
Brost signed her National Letter of Intent with the Buckeyes last November and will soon report to preseason camp to begin her college career. An All-State and All-Region selection while at the Collegiate School, Brost scored 32 career goals and added 22 assists for 86 points. Her play helped the Collegiate School reach the state and conference finals during her sophomore season of 2018.
In 2018, Brost was named to the U17 Junior National Team by USA Field Hockey where she got to compete with and against the best players in her age group in the country.
Brost’s talents weren’t just confined to the field hockey field. She was played lacrosse at the Collegiate School. She was the leading goal-scorer for the VISAA Division I state runner-up Cougars, scoring 76 goals. The team’s most valuable player, Brost was named first-team VISAA Division I all-state as well as all-LIS. Additionally, she received the 2021 Reed Athletic Award, the highest honor given to a female student-athlete at the Collegiate School.
Hallie comes from a family full of athletes, too. Her brother, Michael, plays lacrosse at Christopher Newport University where he’s a midfielder and face-off specialist. Her dad competed in basketball at Hampden-Sydney.