May 13, 2020

Women’s Tennis Buckeyes Tabbed Ohio State Scholar-Athletes

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Seven members of the Ohio State women’s tennis team have been recognized as Ohio State Scholar-Athletes. To earn the honor, student-athletes must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better.

Danielle Wolf, a senior who recently earned her bachelor’s degree in communication, ends her career as a four-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.

Shiori Fukuda, a redshirt junior majoring in communication, and junior Mary Beth Hurley, a health sciences major, are now three-time honorees. Emma Decoste, who became the team’s student assistant coach after her playing career was ended in the spring because of injury, is a two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete as a marketing major.

Sophomore Kolie Allen, who is majoring in speech and hearing science, and Luna Dormet, a political science major who transferred to Ohio State at the start of 2018-19, are both now two-time honorees.

Communication major and freshman Irina Cantos Siemers earned her first Ohio State Scholar-Athlete nod.

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