Tate Singleton


Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Height 5-9
  • Weight 177
  • Hometown West Lebanon, N.H.
  • Junior Team Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL)

Ohio State Career

  • A two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten choice

2021-22 (Junior Season, through Dec. 17)

  • 5-4-9 line through first 18 games; tied for third on team in goals
  • Three-point night at Bentley Oct. 9 with two goals and an assist
  • Two points, with a goal and an assist, in game one vs. Mercyhurst Nov. 26
  • Scored vs. UConn Oct. 16 and Michigan Dec. 11
  • Picked up assists vs. the Huskies Oct. 15 and vs. Penn State Nov. 5
  • Career-high three shots blocks at Minnesota Nov. 13

2020-21 (Sophomore Season)

  • Skated in all 27 games, with 11 points on six goals and five assists
  • Tied for second on the team in goals
  • First career two-goal game came at Michigan Jan. 15, with both on the power play
  • Scored at Michigan State Jan. 23 and vs. Notre Dame Jan. 5
  • Two-point night, with a goal and an assist, against Minnesota Jan. 30
  • Two points, including third period gametying goal and a helper, against Arizona State Dec. 17
  • Assist vs. Michigan State Nov. 29, with +2 mark
  • Helper against Wisconsin Dec. 3 and vs. Arizona State March 4
  • 13 shot blocks, with three vs. Michigan Feb. 19
  • Academic All-Big Ten selection and an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete

2019-20 (Freshman Season) 

  • Voted team’s Most Valuable Freshman award winner
  • 17 points, with six goals and 11 assists, while skating in all 36 games
  • Tied for fourth in points among B1G freshmen
  • Among B1G rookies, tied for sixth in points in B1G games only with nine (4g, 5a)
  • Point in eight of last 15 games
  • Three assists and +5 mark in Big Ten Tournament win over Wisconsin March 6
  • Unassisted goal vs. Wisconsin Feb. 29
  • Assist and +1 rating against Penn State Feb. 8, with a helper and +2 mark at Michigan Feb. 1
  • Assist in each game at Wisconsin Jan. 10-11 and in game one vs. Notre Dame Jan. 17
  • Goal in each game vs. Michigan Nov. 2-3; scored gamewinning goal with 1:31 remaining in game two
  • Two assists at Mercyhurst Oct. 26 for first career multiple-point game
  • Scored late insurance goal in Ice Breaker Tournament championship game vs. RIT Oct. 12 for first collegiate point and first goal for a Buckeye rookie on the year
  • Helper vs. Omaha Oct. 19 was first as a Buckeye
  • Made collegiate debut Oct. 11 vs. WMU
  • Earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete accolades

Prior to Ohio State

  • Played with the USHL Central Illinois Flying Aces in 2018-19, with 37 points, on 22 goals and 15 assists, in 53 regular season games
  • Member of the New Jersey Junior Titans in the NAHL in 2017-18, scoring 20 goals and adding 27 assists for 47 points in 57 regular season games
  • Won Lakes Region League championship with Proctor Academy in 2017
  • Graduated from Proctor Academy in 2017
  • Also played soccer and lacrosse
  • Part of Bullying Team with the New Jersey Titans that spoke to schools and was honored with a community award from the Middletown High School superintendent


  • Son of Jonathan, a salesman, and Monique, a dental assistant
  • Has a brother, Tanner
  • Finance major
  • Has worked as a valet and landscaper
  • First started skating about age 3; father was a goalie and got him into the game
  • Pick One: Best thing about hockey – making lasting relationships; Movie – Step Brothers; TV shows – Ballers and Game of Thrones; Musician – Kodak Black and the Rolling Stones; Professional team – Boston Bruins; Athlete – Tom Brady; Meal – mom’s venison meatballs; Celebrity – Blake Lively; Snack food – Goldfish; Ice cream flavor – Ben and Jerry’s Half Baked; Sport other than hockey – soccer; Vacation spot – Ana Maria Island, Fla.; Rink – TD Garden; Book – Energy Bus; Place hockey has taken you – Ohio State

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