The Ohio State University men’s volleyball roster is comprised of 19 student-athletes studying 14 different majors, including senior Luke Meidel’s double major in Neuroscience and African American & African Studies. More than half (11) are pursuing an engineering or business degree with Finance leading the way as three Buckeyes are striving towards that specialization in the Fisher College of Business.
BUSINESS MAJORS (specialization)
Luke Lentin (Finance)
Robbie Murphy (Marketing)
Jacob Pasteur (Marketing)
Noah Platfoot (Logistics Management)
Ethan Talley (Finance)
Matt Tompkins (Finance)
Michael Wright (TBD)
Engineering has an extended history of popularity within the Buckeye men’s volleyball program and continues today with four future engineers donning the Scarlet and Gray this season. Samuel Clark and Thomas Poole are majoring in Mechanical Engineering while Martin Lallemand and Jack Stevens dive into Industrial Engineering and Civil Engineering, respectively.
As mentioned above, Meidel has a unique pair of majors — Neuroscience and African American & African Studies. Last summer, he leaned on the latter major in making a trip to Rwanda ⤵️
Another major for multiple Buckeyes is Sport Industry, the path chosen by both Parker Mikesch and and Nate Wilson. Additional educational journeys include Biology (Austin Gerwig), Consumer & Family Financial Services (Tim Baldwin), Comparative Studies (Sotiris Siapanis) and Journalism (Justin Howard).