Bryn Fitzkee


Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Hometown Forest Hill, Md.
  • Last School The John Carroll School
  • Height 5-8

Ohio State Career

  • A two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten honoree

2022 (Sophomore Season)

  • Played against Robert Morris Feb. 12 and Marist March 15
  • Recorded a ground ball vs. the Colonials
  • An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten selection

2021 (Freshman Season)

  • Did not see game action
  • Earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete accolades

Prior to Ohio State

  • Captain of high school team
  • Earned all-conference honors
  • Four-year letterwinner
  • Played for Skywalkers for nine years
  • Scored more than 100 goals in high school
  • Named to honor roll throughout high school career
  • Ran cross country all four years of high school and was captain every year; also played varsity basketball


  • Daughter of Michelle, who graduated from Frostburg University, and Scott, who played football at Penn State and in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers, including playing in the Super Bowl
  • Older sister, Lexy, played volleyball at Salisbury University and has a younger brother, Brody
  • Plans to major in international studies security and intelligence; plans to move out west and be in an intelligence agency like the CIA
  • Enjoys hiking, taking pictures and traveling
  • Hiked Angels Landing in Zion Canyon when she was just 10 years old
  • On how she got into lacrosse: “Maryland is a huge lacrosse state so I figured I would start to play rec when I was really young. I fell in love with it from a young age and turned out sticking with it.”
  • On why she chose Ohio State: “The pride I had whenever I stepped on campus was unmatched. The atmosphere was so amazing and I knew I wanted a big school, specifically a Big Ten school. Plus, it’s academically challenging which is great. The girls on the team were so nice and supportive when I came on visits and that was also a big factor of me joining this family.”

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