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Meghan Kammerdeiner

Forward

Player profile

  • Year R-Jr.
  • Hometown South Riding, Va.
  • Club McLean Youth Soccer

CAREER HONORS

  • Academic All-Big Ten (2017, 2018)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2016, 2017, 2018)

AS A JUNIOR (2018)
Started the Buckeyes’ opening game at Duke before leaving with a season-ending injury.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2017)
Assistant captain has played in 19 matches, starting 15 … tied for fourth on the team with three goals and fifth with nine points … scored the game-winner and assisted on another at Arizona State … tallied the game-winner vs. Western Michigan … scored the Buckeyes’ second goal vs. USF … assisted on Sammy Edwards’ game-winner at Nebraska … played a season-high 92 minutes at BYU.

AS A FRESHMAN (2016)
Played in 18 matches, making two starts … scored first collegiate goal against Kent State … played a season-high 50 minutes against the Golden Flashes and at West Virginia.

PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
McLean Youth Soccer:
Played five years for Clyde Watson and Brent Lieba at McLean Youth Soccer … started the last three seasons for McLean, leading the team in goals each of the last two years.

Freedom H.S.: Has two years of high school experience at Freedom … led Freedom in goals in 2013 and 2014 on her way to two all-district honors and an all-region selection … team captain in 2014 … also ran track in 2015 and 2016, finishing 16th in the state in the 100 meters in 2015.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Roger and Kim Kammerdeiner … father ran track at George Mason while mother played soccer at George Mason … Kim, a goalkeeper, helped George Mason to a national championship in 1985 and was on the U.S. national team that won the World Cup in 1991 … has two sisters, Kaitlyn and Molly, and a brother, Brendan.