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The Bobcats fell short to the Toledo Rockets in a nail-biting conference matchup, 151-147. 

The Bobcats overcame a 16-0 run by Ball State in the middle of the second half to win 60-53 in Muncie, Ind. With the win, Ohio moved to 15-3 on the year and 6-1 in the Mid American Conference.

The game was tied at 61 with 2.9 seconds left, and the Bobcats had to go the length of the floor to get the win.

The Vinton County Viking’s never let Nelsonville-York get going en route to their fourth straight victory.

Precious seconds ticked off the clock as the Federal Hocking Lancers passed back and forth to keep the ball out of the Southern Tornadoes hands.

Missed opportunities and the turnover bug took a toll on the Maruaders Friday night against the Athens Bulldogs, and the athleticism of Joe Burrow kept the Bulldogs undefeated with a 70-49 win.

Ohio wrestling's five returning 2014 national qualifiers have made their way into the first round of NCAA Division I Coaches Panel Rankings. The NCAA announced the rankings on Thursday.

Phil Wellington wasn’t happy with his 12-5 record before the start of the new year.

Ohio swimming and diving has gone from four divers from a year ago to just one freshman diver in the 2014-15 season.

When Ohio 149-pounder Tywan Claxton isn't on a wrestling mat, he can be found in the boxing ring. The grappler's hobby gives him some unique advantages on the mat.

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