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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.

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

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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Five straight wins sealed the win for the 'Cats in Dekalb, Ill.
The Bobcats dominated the Huskies 67-40 in a home win on Wednesday


The indoor track and field season is underway and the Ohio Bobcats have two meets under their belt as they continue competition at the Tom Wright Classic in Bowling Green. 

Ohio club hockey coach, Sean Hogan, talks about the team and the 'Cats success so far this season.

Dominique Doseck has proven once again that she is unstoppable as she led the Athens Lady Bulldogs to a commanding 54-36 victory over the River Valley Lady Raiders Thursday night.

Once the 3-pointers started coming out, there was no turning back for the Lady Rockets. The Wellston Lady Rockets and the Meigs Lady Marauders faced off in a tough game Thursday night, with the Lady Marauders falling 50-45.

In a back-and-forth matchup between Nelsonville-York and Vinton County, the Lady Buckeye defense held the Lady Vikings from scoring at any point in the last two and a half minutes to win 45-39.

Turnovers were kryptonite to the Trimble Lady Tomcats as they took on the Belpre Lady Golden Eagles Thursday night, falling 56-34. After winning three of their last five games, it seemed as if the Tomcats were hitting a stride.

The No. 5 ‘Cats embark on their final road stint of the season to play No. 11 Liberty at Lynchburg this weekend.

When two point guards combine for 45 points on 10-of-12 shooting from three-point land, they put their team in a good spot to win. That is exactly what Ohio’s Bean Willis and Stevie Taylor did in the Bobcats 82-73 victory over Ball State in Muncie, Ind., on Wednesday.

Northern Illinois traveled to The Convo for a Wednesday night showdown with the Bobcats. Looking for victory, the Huskies left the court disappointed after a 67-40 beating from the ‘Cats.

Before the start of the season, expectations were high for the 2015 Ohio Bobcats men’s basketball squad.

The ‘Cats were fresh off of a trip to the 2014 MAC tournament quarterfinals and a deep run in the CollegeInsider.com postseason tournament.