COLUMBUS, Ohio – Three members of the Ohio State softball program earned their degrees in a virtual commencement ceremony May 3.
Kat Duvall, Andi Farrah and Spencer Sansom combined for 237 appearances in Scarlet & Gray. The trio helped the Buckeyes make a program-best four consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament.
Duvall, a right-handed pitcher, was a four-year letterwinner for the Buckeyes from 2016-19. The Seal Beach, Calif., native concluded her career with a 2.65 ERA in 47 appearances. She also tallied 72 strikeouts and recorded a .231 against average. The three-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and Academic All-Big Ten honoree earned her degree in integrated language arts and English education.
Farrah played in 113 games for the Buckeyes and finished with a 1.000 fielding percentage in the outfield. The Pickerington, Ohio, native was a four-time OSU Scholar-Athlete, three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection and 2019 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar. She received her degree in health sciences and plans to pursue her master’s at Ohio State’s College of Nursing.
With the 2020 season being cut short due to the coronavirus, Sansom is one of many seniors who have decided to return to Ohio State for one more year of competition. The Clovis, Calif., native picked up OSU Scholar-Athlete recognition every year and was tabbed as a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar in 2018. Sansom, a two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, received her degree in physical activity and coaching specialist.