Clair DeGeorge


Player profile

  • Year Graduate
  • Height 5-10
  • Hometown Anchorage, Alaska
  • Last Team Bemidji State

Prior to Ohio State

  • Played four seasons at Bemidji State, skating in 128 games and recording 79 points (28 goals, 51 assists)
  • Finished tied for 10th on BSU’s career assists list with 51 and tied for 12th in career points.
  • Three-time WCHA Scholar-Athlete, WCHA All-Academic Team honoree and AHCO All-American Scholar
  • Played prep hockey at Shattuck St. Mary’s where she helped guide the team to four consecutive national championships.
  • Member of the 2016 U.S. Women’s Under-18 Select Team at the Under-18 Series versus Canada
  • Participated in USA Hockey’s 2016 Women’s National Festival
  • Attended the 2016 Girls Select U18 Player Development Camp
  • Won gold with the U18 Women’s National Team in 2017


  • Daughter of John and Lynn DeGeorge
  • Has two sisters, Tara and Leah
  • Her mother, Lynn, was an All-American swimmer at Indiana University while her sister, Tara, swam at Air Force and Leah swims for Florida
  • Future aspirations include continuing to play hockey professionally and working towards becoming a neonatal ICU nurse practitioner or nurse anesthetist
  • Hobbies include hiking, hanging out with friends, yoga and cooking
  • Favorite athlete: Katie Ledecky
  • Favorite team: LA Kings
  • Earned her nursing degree from Bemidji State and is currently pursuing her masters in bioethics.