Whitney Robinson


Player profile

  • Year Freshman
  • Hometown Baltimore, Md.
  • Last School Roland Park Country School
  • Height 5-6

Ohio State Career

  • An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete

2022 (Freshman Season)

  • Did not see game action
  • Earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete accolades

Prior to Ohio State

  • Team captain as a senior
  • Squad won IAAM conference title in 2019
  • Received Roland Park Country School Excellence Award for lacrosse in 2021
  • Played for TLC for eight years and C2 for a year
  • Also played four years of varsity soccer, two years of varsity basketball and a year of varsity track and field; basketball team earned a Top 20 national ranking in 2019-20
  • Played in Under Armour Uncommitted Game in 2018 and Under Armour 150 in 2017 and ’18
  • Earned STEM Institute certificate
  • Winner of the White Blazer Award, Roland Park Country School’s highest athletic accolade; honor is given to recognize high school career athletic excellence in at least three varsity sports
  • 2021 recipient of the Amanda Lee Institute Athletic Award for athletic excellence and leadership
  • Served as president of Student Athletic Council in 2021 and ws president of Red Key Organization, which gives tours and works with prospective families and students
    Received Sally E. Nyborg Award in 2020 for honoring commitment to community involvement and perseverance in facing challenges and Senior Red Key Ambassador honor, which recognizes service in welcoming guests and visitors throughout the Roland Park Country School admissions process


  • Daughter of Kim and Dave
  • Brother, David, attends the University of Maryland
  • On how she got into lacrosse: “I loved playing any type of sport when I was younger and tried out lacrosse to try something new and fell in love with the game.”
  • On why she chose Ohio State: “I chose to come to Ohio State because of the wide range of opportunities the university has to offer academically and athletically and the sense of community and family I felt in both Buckeye lacrosse and Ohio State itself.”