Cam Thiesing


Player profile

  • Year Sophomore
  • Height 6-0
  • Weight 184
  • Hometown Nashville, Tenn.
  • Junior Team Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)

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Twitter: @Camdenthiesing
Instagram: @Camdenthiesing16


  • Attended Washington Capitals’ development camp as a free agent invitee in Summer 2022

Ohio State Career

  • An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete
  • Voted team’s 2022 Unsung Player award winner

2022-23 (Sophomore Season, through Jan. 1)

  • Tied for first on team with career-best nine goals while playing in all 20 games; has added two assists for 11 points
  • Natural hat trick – capped off with a lacrosse goal – in the second period at LIU Nov. 26
  • Scored twice at Bowling Green Dec. 16 and tallied in game two vs. the Falcons Dec. 17
  • Goal and an assist against Bentley Oct. 20
  • Leads team with 70 shots on goal

2021-22 (Freshman Season)

  • Unsung Player award winner as voted by his teammates
  • Appeared in all  37 games, with eight goals and 17 assists for 25 points; Tied for third on team in goals and fourth in points, ranking third in assists
  • Point in 12 of last 20 games (6g, 9a, 15p)
  • Led team with +21 mark and +1 or better in 12 of last 20 games
  • Buckeye-best 120 shots on goal
  • Six two-point games
  • Assist and +3 mark vs. Penn State in Big Ten Tournament series opener March 4
  • Four points in series at Wisconsin Jan. 8-9, with two points in each game; goal and an assist in game one and two helpers in game two
  • Three points at Michigan State Jan. 21-22, with goal in game one and 1-1-2 line in game two
  • Scored third period gamewinner at Bowling Green Dec. 17
  • Goal in game one and assist in game two vs. LIU Dec. 31-Jan. 1 and at Penn State Jan. 28-29
  • Posted first collegiate points Oct. 15 vs. UConn with a goal and an assist
  • Also had a 1-1-2 line vs. Michigan State Oct. 30
  • Two assists at Notre Dame Dec. 3 and a helper in home win vs. Notre Dame Jan. 15
  • Posted an assist in each game vs. Penn State Nov. 5-6, vs. Mercyhurst Nov. 27, vs. Michigan Dec. 10 and vs. Wisconsin Feb. 4
  • Earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete honors

Prior to Ohio State

  • Played for USHL Green Bay the last two seasons
  • Posted 19-25-44 line in 47 regular season games in 2020-21 and had 12-16-28 totals in 42 games in 2019-20
  • Played 54 games with NAHL Chippewa Steel in 2018-19, notching 13 goals and 26 assists for 39 points; saw action in four games with USHL Green Bay that year as well
  • Skated with TPH Thunder, Team Illinois and Chicago Mission; won national championship in 2018 with Chicago
  • Graduated from Centennial High School in 2019
  • Also played lacrosse, soccer and baseball


  • Son of Chris, who played hockey at Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and Tricia, who also attended Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  • Sister Amelia runs track at Austin Peay and also has a brother, Therien and a sister, Genevieve
  • Enjoys hunting and fishing
  • Wears No. 15 at Ohio State because it is a family number and has worn it for multiple years
  • Science and technology exploration major
  • Started playing hockey at age 3, with father introducing him to the game
  • Has worked at a golf course
  • Played with classmate Mason Lohrei for two years
  • Favorite player is Viktor Arvidsson because “I love the way he plays the game all over the ice.”