This spring, two members of the Ohio State women’s tennis programs earned their degrees.
Danielle Wolf, who finished her career this spring and was the team’s lone senior, is a Cincinnati native. She earned her degree in communication and is a four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten honoree and an ITA Scholar-Athlete. She ended the 2019-20 season ranked 62nd nationally in singles and posted a 13-6 singles record, including a 7-2 mark in dual matches. In three years competing for the Buckeyes, Wolf had 51 singles wins, with 54 doubles victories.
Andrea Ballinger played for the Buckeyes from 2016-19 and now graduates with a double major in psychology and Spanish. A three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, the Columbus native had 17 singles victories and 30 doubles victories as a Buckeye, including a career-high 14 doubles victories as a senior in 2018-19.
Wolf and Ballinger are two of 172 current and former Ohio State student-athletes to earn their degrees this spring.