Former Bobcat Torrie Albini will help out the Ohio staff in 2008 as an undergraduate assistant coach, while working to finish her undergraduate degree in sport management. Albini finished a record-breaking career for Ohio in 2007, and will now assist with practices and games for the Bobcats.
The three-time All-MAC selection ranks second in career goals at Ohio with 49 and fourth in career assists at 24. She also sits atop the season assists record, which she tied in 2007 with 14. The standout ranks fourth for goals in a season with 20 and second for points in a season with 54, both of which she set in 2007. Albini closed her career with 122 points, placing her second on Ohio's all-time list.
2007: Selected to the NFHCA All-West Region Second Team for the second straight year ... Named to the All-MAC Second Team ... Recorded a career-high four goals against Robert Morris (9/4) ... Received the MAC's first MAC Offensive Player of the Week award of the season on Aug. 28 and Sept. 11 ... Tallied four shots against Albany on Sept. 7 ... Tallied six shots against Central Michigan (10/5) and added one assist ... Led the Bobcats to a 4-3 come from behind win over Ball State (10/12) with two goals in the second half ... Tallied three goals against Missouri State on Senior Day ... Selected to play in the 2007 NFHCA Senior All-Star Game ... Had two assists in the regular-season finale at Central Michigan (10/26) ... Nationally ranked in goals and assists for majority of the season ... Scored a goal and had two assists in the championship game of the MAC Tournament ... Named to the MAC All-Tournament Team ... Named to the womensfieldhockey.com honor roll two times.
2006: A First Team All-MAC selection ... Named to the All-West Region Second Team by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association ... Led the Bobcats in goals (14), points (37) and assists (9) ... Led the Mid-American Conference in assists (7), ranked third in points (21) and tied for fourth in goals (7) ... Started all 22 games for the Bobcats ... Recorded the assists on Ohio's lone goal vs No. 4 Old Dominion (8/27) ... Scored the game-winning goal in OT at No. 7 Penn State (8/28) ... Scored two goals on five shots vs. Radford (9/10) ... Netted the game-winning goal at Davidson (9/15) ... Scored a goal vs. No. 6 Ohio State (9/19) ... Recorded two assists vs. Ball State (9/22) ... Scored a pair of goals vs, Kent State (10/22) ... MAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/23) ... Notched a goal vs. Michigan State (10/29) ... Scored the game-winning goal (off of a rebound) in OT to defeat Ball State in the MAC Championship game (11/4) ... Named to the 2006 MAC Championship All-Tournament Team.
2005: A First-Team All-MAC selection ... Led the league in goals (14) and points (29) ... Finished eighth all-time in school history for goals in a season ... Also led the team in shots (51), shots on goal (6) and converted both of her penalty-shot attempts ... Recorded a pair of shots on goal in season-opener at Northeastern (8/27) ... Scored a goal and assisted on another in the first win of the season at Providence (8/28) ... Netted a goal on six shots--five on goal--versus Maine (9/9) ... Took two shots, one on goal, versus Albany (9/11) ... Made her first start of the season versus her sister at No. 12 Indiana (9/17) ... Registered a pair of shots vs. the Hoosiers ... Scored twice in conference-opener vs. Ball State (9/23) ... Knocked in the game's lone goal at St. Louis (10/2) ... Netted a pair of goals in a 4-2 win over Central Michigan (10/8) ... Sent the game into overtime with 61 seconds remaining with a goal at Ball State (10/9) ... Scored a goal on four shots vs. Ball State (10/14) ... Hit the net twice in the second half vs. Missouri State, her 10th and 11th goals of the season (10/21) ... Scored both Ohio goals at Central Michigan (10/29) ... Netted the lone Bobcat goal at No. 15 Michigan State (10/30) ... Named MAC Player of the Week after the final weekend of the regular season.
2004: Played in 21 games as a freshman, starting one ... finished her rookie year with one goal and 10 shots ... Started her first game as a Bobcat versus Louisville, in the MAC semi-final game ... Tallied her first collegiate goal against California (09/11/04).
HIGH SCHOOL: A four year letter recipient at San Pasqual High School ... First team All-League and second team All-North County selection in 2003 ... Led San Pasqual to three league championships (2000, 2002, 2003) ... Named team's Offensive Player of the Year in her junior and senior campaigns ... Tallied 81 goals in four years ... Member of the Wargues II club team ... Also lettered in basketball, softball, and track.
PERSONAL: Born March 10, 1986 ... Daughter of Vincent and Deanna Albini ... A sport industry major.