Ohio State has added transfer outfielder Cambry Arnold, the school announced on Monday morning.
Arnold started her career at James Madison, playing three years for the Dukes before sitting out the 2020 season due to injury. She entered the NCAA’s transfer portal in February 2020, and will have a single season of eligibility remaining at Ohio State.
During her three seasons at JMU, Arnold earned a trio of All-Region honors, including a First-Team nod as a freshman in 2017. That same year, she also earned a berth on the CAA’s All-Rookie team. She finished her career in Harrisonburg with a .327 batting average, 130 hits, 96 runs scored, and 19 RBI.
A native of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, Arnold is the second James Madison transfer to join the Buckeyes in the last twelve months; former teammate Payton Buresch transferred to Ohio State last September. During the abbreviated 2020 season, the Buckeyes collected a 9-9 overall record.