An efficient first inning and a perfect game by Savannah Jo Dorsey saw No. 5 seed Ohio beat No. 1 seed Ball State 3-0 Thursday at Akron’s Firestone Stadium in the second round of the MAC Tournament.

Ohio dropped its mid-week matchup against the Pittsburgh Panthers 6-1 Wednesday following a seven hit, one run performance from the offense.

All it took for Ohio to win the day on Wednesday was a standout performance from Savannah Jo Dorsey and two RBI singles to take down Kent State 2-1.

With the victory, Ohio moves on to the second round of the MAC tournament with its next game to be played at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday.

A 6-1 loss to Northern Illinois on Senior Day wasn’t a perfect end to the Ohio softball team’s regular season. But the postseason awaits, and the three-hour trek to Akron for the Mid-American Conference Tournament could be just what it takes to re-energize the Bobcats.

Amanda Dalton, Savannah Jo Dorsey, and Casie Hutchinson all earned spots on All-MAC teams, as confirmed by a report from the conference office on Tuesday.

The Ohio soccer team announced its schedule for the 2014 season on Monday, with eight nonconference games and 11 games against Mid-American Conference opponents.

Losing on Senior Day was not what the Ohio Bobcats had planned, but it came to just that as Ohio fell 6-1 on Sunday against Northern Illinois.

It was the last game at the Ohio Softball Field for Alexandria Basquez, Erin Lashley, and Alyssa Wolfe.

Ohio’s Savannah Jo Dorsey watched the pitch that had just left her hand sail off of Kayti Grable’s bat for a two-run homer that deflated the home crowd’s intensity.

Former Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper recorded his 172nd assist on the season in PAOK's win on Saturday, breaking the program's all-time single season record set back in the 2003-04 season.