Ohio State goalkeeper Justin Arens enters the transfer gate

Justin Arens is leaving Ohio State.

After four seasons in Columbus, Ahrens will end his career elsewhere as he is said to be entering the NCAA transfer gate and leaving Ohio State.

Specializing in three-point shooting, Ahrens has averaged 4.8 points per game this season, playing an average of 20.1 minutes per game. Buckeye finished his career with a 392 three-point shooting average and shot better than 40% from behind the arc in both his sophomore and junior seasons.

Ahrens participated in Ohio State’s Graduation Day celebration at the end of the regular season, but has one year of eligibility left after the NCAA awarded every athlete with an additional season of eligibility due to a season altered by COVID-19.

Ahrens is the first Buckeye to enter the transfer window after the 2021-22 season, although both EJ Liddell and Malaki Branham enter their names in the NBA draft. Overall, Ohio State will lose at least seven players from the 2021-22 squad. That number could rise to eight if Branham remains in the draft.

Ohio State is attracting a new five-man recruiting class featuring four players Ranked among the 61 best job opportunities in the country. And Buckeyes too Wright State transfer goalkeeper Tanner Holden signed at. Saturday.

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