Jaycee Ruberti


Player profile

  • Year Graduate
  • Hometown Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Last School Hofstra
  • Height 5-7
  • B/T L/L

Follow on Social Media
Instagram: @jc.ruberti

Ohio State Overview
• Joined the Ohio State softball program in the summer of 2021.
• Transferred from Hofstra where she played three seasons; will have one season of legibility remaining in 2022-23
• Will graduate in the summer of 2022 with her degree in criminology and criminal justice

Honors and Awards
• Big Ten Player of the Week (March 14)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete

As a Senior (2022)
• Played in 51 games and started 48 times, mostly in left field
• Hit .298 and led the team with 37 runs scored
• Had eight doubles, two triples, two home runs and drove in 14 runs
• Named the Big Ten Player of the Week on March 14 after reaching base safely in 10 of her 14 plate appearances in a four-game weekend at South Florida
• Hit .667 and scored a team-high seven runs with a .714 on-base percentage as the Buckeyes won games vs. Stony Brook, Army, UMass and South Florida
• Had five games with three hits, the most on the team.
• Went 3-for-4 with three runs scored in a 6-0 win over Maryland on the final day of the regular season

More on Jaycee
• A first team All-CAA selection and second team All-Region honoree in 2021
• Finished seventh in the CAA last season in batting with a .380 average.
• Led the Pride with 35 RBI and also had a team-best 1.031 OPS (on base + slugging percentage).
• Her 38 hits on the season included eight doubles, two triples and three home runs.
• Also provided speed on the base paths, evidenced by her 14 stolen bases in 15 attempts.
• For her Hofstra career, Ruberti started 92 of the 93 games that she played in with a .302 batting average, 84 total hits, 53 RBI and a .383 on-base percentage.
• Won three Virginia state championships at Greenbrier Christian Academy and four times was an all-state selection.
• As a senior in 2018, she was selected as the Virginia State Player of the Year.
• Ruberti made the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and was a CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree while at Hofstra as a criminology major.