COLUMBUS, Ohio – Central Ohio native Madison Greene has joined Ohio State’s highly touted 2019 class. Greene was a standout at nearby Pickerington Central High School.
“I’m extremely excited to welcome Madison to the OSU family,” said head coach Kevin McGuff. “She has a tremendous work ethic and great competitive character. Her ability to make those around her better is what makes her a terrific addition to our program.
Greene led Pickerington Central to over 100 wins in her four seasons including a state title in 2018 and a runner-up finish this past year. She is a two-time first team All-Ohio honoree and averaged 16 points, 5.8 assists and 5.6 rebounds per game this season.
Greene is ranked No. 61 by ESPN Hoopgurlz in the 2019 class and joins a Buckeye group that now features five players in the top 65: McDonald’s All-American Kierstan Bell (No. 6), Rikki Harris (No. 24), Kaelynn Satterfield (No. 39) and Jacy Sheldon (No. 41). The class also includes a pair of talented international prospects in Aixa Wone from Pamplona, Spain and Rebeka Mikulášiková from Nitra, Slovakia. Fellow Ohio standout Braxtin Miller also joined the program this spring as a transfer from Oklahoma State.
Pickerington Central High School