Madison Field


Player profile

  • Hometown Oakville, Ontario
  • Last Team Oakville Jr. Hornets (PWHL)
  • Year Senior
  • Height 5-8

Career Honors

  • Alternate Captain (2018-19 Season)
  • Finished her career at 10th place in team history for points (100)
  • Became only the 10th Buckeye in team history to score 100 points (56g-44a)
  • Tied for 2nd in team history with 11 game winning goals
  • NCAA No. 2 Star of the Week (2/27/18)
  • WCHA Offensive Player of the Week 3 times (10/24/17, 1/23/18, 2/27/18)
  • WCHA Rookie of the Week 1 time (10/6/15)
  • WCHA Scholar-Athlete (2019)
  • WCHA All-Academic Team (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2018)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2018)
  • 2016-17 team points leader (30 points)

2018-19 – Senior

  • Appeared in 34 games
  • Finished her career in 10th place all-time with 100 points
  • Became just the 10th player to tally 100 points as a Buckeye with her assist at Wisconsin (Feb. 23)
  • Tallied 22 points on 13 goals and nine assists
  • Had a pair of multi-goal games, first when she scored twice against St. Cloud State (Nov. 2) and again when she lit the lamp twice against Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 16)
  • Finished the season with four multi-point games including the two mentioned above, a one goal and one assist outing against Minnesota State (Oct. 13) and another two-point (1g-1a) outing at Minnesota Duluth (Jan. 18)
  • Scored four game winning goals in her final season, bringing her career total to 11, tied for second in program history
  • WCHA Scholar-Athlete
  • WCHA All-Academic Team

2017-18 – Junior

  • Appeared in all 39 games
  • Notched her second consecutive 30 point season with 19 goals (her career high) and 11 assists
  • Finished the season at third place in the WCHA with 19 goals
  • Tallied her first career hat trick against Minnesota State (Feb. 23)
  • Followed her hat trick with a two-goal performance as the Buckeyes swept Minnesota State in the first round of the WCHA tournament (Feb. 24)
  • Exploded for two goals and one assist in a 5-1 win over No. 5 Minnesota, notching the first ever sweep of the Golden Gophers by the Buckeyes (Jan. 20)
  • Named the NCAA No. 2 Star of the Week after her five-goal weekend against Minnesota State (Feb . 27)
  • Earned three WCHA Offensive Player of the Week awards (Oct. 24, Jan. 23, Feb. 27)
  • Tied for the team-lead in power-play-goals with three
  • Tied for second on the team with four game-winning-goals
  • Finished the season with eight multi-point games
  • Led the team with 177 shots
  • Academic All-Big Ten

2016-17 – Sophomore

  • Appeared in all 37 games
  • Scored 14 goals with 16 assists for a career-high 30 points
  • Led the team in goals, assists, points, shots on goal (139), multi-point games (5), and power play goals (5)
  • Finished the season on a nine-game point streak
  • Tied for the conference lead with five power play goals
  • Fifth in the WCHA in shots on goal in 2016-17
  • Notched the first two-goal game of her career in a win at Rensselaer (Oct. 1)
  • Found the back of the net twice in a win at North Dakota (Feb. 17)
  • Tallied five multi-point games over the season
  • Notched an assist in four straight games stretching through the weekend series against Bemidji State at home (Jan. 13-14) and at Minnesota (Jan. 20-21)
  • Had two goals and an assist in the three game WCHA tournament series against North Dakota

2015-16 – Freshman

  • Appeared in all 36 games as a freshman
  • Finished the season with 18 points from 10 goals and eight assists
  • Named WCHA Rookie of the Week after notched three points, with goals in both games and one assist, in the first series of her career at Lindenwood (Oct. 6)
  • Scored the game-winning goal in Ohio State’s 3-2 upset victory over No. 6 North Dakota (Nov. 14)
  • One of just three freshmen in the WCHA to have at least 10 goals

Prior to Ohio State


  • Twice competed for Team Ontario in the U18 Team Canada Championships, earning two silver medals (2013 and 2015)
  • Spent 2014-15 with the Oakville Jr. Hornets as an assistant captain
  • Led the team with 24 goals in 32 games and was a Provincial gold medalist
  • In 2013-14 she played for the Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres where she was the team’s leading scorer with 27 goals in 33 games while serving as an assistant captain.



  • Daughter of Todd and Shelley Field
  • Has two younger brothers, Thomas and Caleb
  • Enjoys hiking as well as spending time with her family and friends
  • Her greatest sports thrill was representing her country at the U18 World Championships as a member of Team Canada