Dani Schoenly

Player profile

  • Hometown Powell, Ohio
  • High School Olentangy Liberty
  • Year Sophomore
  • Height 5-7

Follow on Social Media

Twitter: @danischoenly
Instagram: @danischoenly

Ohio State Career

  • An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete
  • 2022 ITA Scholar-Athlete

Fall 2022 (Sophomore Season)

  • 3-3 in singles and 4-3 in doubles
  • 2-1 at Buckeye Invitational in singles
  • Notched two doubles wins with Madeline Atway at Furman Tournament
  • Posted a doubles win with Lucia Marzal in first round of ITA Midwest Regionals

Summer 2022

  • Captured USTA Father/Daughter National Hardcourt Championship in June and Father/Daughter Grass Court Championship in August

2021-22 (Freshman Season)

  • Four singles wins and three doubles victories
  • Won first collegiate singles victory, defeating Maddie McKee of Mississippi State at Furman tournament
  • Notched two wins at Gamecock Shootout
  • Win vs. Chicago at ITA Midwest Regional was first collegiate doubles victory
  • Earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete honors and was an ITA Scholar-Athlete selection

Prior to Ohio State

  • Two-time Ohio state doubles champion
  • Won district title twice
  • Four-time state qualifier (two singles, two doubles)
  • Four-time Team MVP at Olentangy Liberty and school’s Female Athlete of the Year
  • Greater Columbus Tennis Association Female Athlete of the Year
  • Four-time All-Ohio selection
  • Two-time Midwest Sportsmanship Award winner
  • USTA 16U Level 1 National Clay Court Doubles finalist and silver ball winner
  • Midwest 16U Closed Doubles semifinalist
  • Part of Midwest Team that placed second at Team Zonals and played on intersection tournament championship team
  • Graduated with honors diploma, National Honor Society member and received Scholar-Athlete award


  • Only child of Kelly Kovach Schoenly, who played softball at Michigan and is the head softball coach at Ohio State, and Doug Schoenly, who played tennis at Penn State
  • Earned silver ball at National Father & Daughter USTA Grass Court Championships in Summer 2021
  • Psychology major and plans to become a child psychologist
  • Enjoys hanging out with friends, shopping, attending sporting events and concerts and traveling
  • Chose Ohio State because of “the amazing coaching staff along with the incredible academics and the endless opportunities the University has to offer.”