Travis Treloar


Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Height 5-11
  • Weight 177
  • Hometown Kalmar, Sweden
  • Junior Team Lincoln Stars (USHL)

Ohio State Career

  • 2021 team Rookie of the Year award winner
  • Led squad in scoring as a freshman, first Buckeye rookie to do so since Ryan Dzingel in 2011-12
  • Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten in 2022
  • Entered junior season with 34 points, on 15 goals and 19 assists, in 61 collegiate games

2022-23 (Junior Season, through Jan. 1)

  • Played in first 15 games, with five goals and six assists for 11 points
  • Injured at LIU Nov. 25 and missed remainder of first half
  • Shares team lead with four power play goals and has two gamewinners
  • Scored twice in win over Minnesota Oct. 28
  • B1G Second Star of the Week after four points in sweep at Mercyhurst Oct. 1-2; 2 assists and +3 in game one and PPG and assist in game two

2021-22 (Sophomore Season)

  • 14 points on the year, with seven goals and seven assists, while playing in 36 of 37 games
  • First with four power play tallies
  • Goal and an assist at Michigan Feb. 18
  • Two-goal game vs. Mercyhurst Nov. 26, including a PPG
  • Goal and an assist at Bentley Oct. 9
  • Scored vs. UConn Oct. 16 and at Notre Dame (on the power play) Dec. 3
  • PPG vs. Michigan Dec. 10
  • Notched assists vs. Penn State Nov. 5, at Wisconsin Jan. 8, vs. Notre Dame Jan. 15 and at Penn State Jan. 29, as well as vs. the Nittany Lions in a Big Ten Tournament game March 5
  • Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice

2020-21 (Freshman Season)

  • Voted team’s Rookie of the Year
  • Led team with eight goals and 20 points; first freshman to lead the squad in scoring since Ryan Dzingel in 2011-12
  • Sixth in points, points per game (.80) and assists among Big Ten rookies, tying for fourth in goals
  • Appeared in 25 of 27 games and had six multiple point outings
  • Four points, with two goals and two assists, and a +5 rating against Arizona State March 4
  • Goal and an assist at Michigan State Jan. 23
  • First career two-goal game vs. Penn State Jan. 8 and had an assist in game two vs. PSU Jan. 9
  • Two assists at Notre Dame Dec. 13
  • Three points vs. Wisconsin Dec. 3-4; goal in each game, with an assist in game one
  • Named B1G Third Star of the Week Dec. 1 after three points in Michigan State series; First career goal forced overtime vs. Michigan State Nov. 28; Two assists against the Spartans Nov. 29
  • Helper vs. Arizona State Dec. 17

Prior to Ohio State

  • Skated with USHL Lincoln in 2019-20 and had 49 points, with 14 goals and 35 assists, in 48 games
  • Played 59 regular season games with the USHL Chicago Steel in 2018-19 and notched 30 points (14g, 16a) in 59 regular season games; also played in 10 postseason outings as the team won the eastern conference title
  • Saw action in four USHL games with Chicago in 2017-18
  • Played with North Jersey Avalanche AAA program, as well as Frölunda HC and 1.HV71 in Sweden and Stjernen in Norway
  • Won 16U national championship with North Jersey Avs in 2017-18 and was named MVP when the team won the Beast Tournament series
  • Won gold with HV71 U16 team in Sweden and won U15 and U16 gold with Stjernen Hockey in Norway, earning MVP honors in U15
  • Graduated from University of Nebraska High School in 2020
  • Also played soccer


  • Son of Darren, a sports director, and Anette; Has a brother, Brandon, who used to play hockey
  • Sport industry major
  • On why he chose Ohio State: “It is a school with great tradition. I was very impressed with the athletic and academic program. Also, playing for such an unbelievable coaching staff and getting the chance to play with such a high caliber of players made this decision easy for me. I am so pumped to be a Buckeye.”
  • Highlight of his hockey career so far is winning championships in Sweden, Norway and North America
  • Born in Kalmar, Sweden; grew up in Fredrikstad, Norway
  • Wears No. 94 because it was his brother’s number
  • Enjoys playing and watching soccer and basketball
  • Started playing hockey at age 2, and got into the game because his father played
  • Favorite hockey player is Mitch Marner

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