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Pottstown grad and All-World defender Oliver inducted into Ohio State Hall of Fame

Tuesday, 5th October 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 10/5/10

Former Pottstown high great Regina Oliver was one of nine people inducted into the Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame Friday.

Oliver, a two-time All-American defender who last summer led the U.S. to the World Cup championship when she was named All-World, was inducted in a ceremony at the Ohio Union and recognized during the Ohio State-Eastern Michigan football game Saturday afternoon.

Oliver holds the Ohio State career mark for caused turnovers (201) and was the American Lacrosse Conference Rookie of the Year in 2002 a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist in 2004. She helped the Buckeyes win their first MCAA tourney game in 2003 (over Duke).

Oliver is an assistant coach at Duquesne.



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