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The Bobcats' fortunes were looking up until a big defeat at Eastern Michigan. Ohio returns to Michigan on Saturday for a matchup with the Central Michigan Chippewas.

Ohio women's basketball has been known for its offense this season, but the Bobcats' defense has gone under the radar as one of the best in the country.

Ohio redshirt junior Treg Setty is finding a new home in Athens after transferring from Southern Illinois University.

In the Bobcats’ biggest game in a very long time, Akron came to visit The Convocation Center for a matchup of the top teams in the Mid-American Conference’s East division, but left in defeat as Ohio won 72-60. The Bobcats improved to 16-3 on the year and 7-1 in the MAC.

Trimble’s frontcourt overpowered the Wahama White Falcons on Tuesday and led the Tomcats to a 61-51 victory. Trimble (14-0) pulled away in the fourth quarter to remain undefeated.

Ohio seemingly lost any momentum it had gained from its last-second victory over Buffalo when it lost 76-40 to Eastern Michigan on Tuesday.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Mid-American Conference released the 2014 Football Academic All-Conference team, and the Ohio Bobcats saw 13 of its players appear on the list. 

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Even Speelman's 28 points was not enough to earn Eastern its second win of the season.
Alexander pulled out a close one over the Vikings on Friday night.

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Despite a great rally to get themselves back in the ball game in the second half, the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers feel short to Belpre Golden Eagles 65-54.

The Ohio Bobcats proved their new No. 3 ranking this weekend taking down No. 11 Liberty on the road, 7-4, and, 3-2, on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

A slow first half plagued the game between Eastern and Jackson on Monday, but only the Lady Eagles were able to recover and grab the 48-21 victory in Reedsville. 

After leading Ohio to its dramatic home win against Buffalo, senior forward Maurice Ndour earned Mid-American Conference East Division Player of the Week honors.

The Bobcats cruised to a 24-13 victory over the Buffalo Bulls on Sunday, and completed a weekend sweep of two Mid-American Conference duals

A winning road trip is always something teams hope to accomplish, and the Ohio Bobcats secured that with a 21-16 win over Mid-American Conference foe Northern Illinois Friday night in DeKalb, Ill. 

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.

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