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Former Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper has taken a temporary leave from the Bosnian National Team to attend to personal matters, his agent confirmed Tuesday.

Former Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper agreed to terms with Russian basketball club Enisey Krasnoyarsk, his agent said Wednesday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed, other than that there is a provision for Cooper to transfer to any Euroleague club before July 10.

The Ohio men’s basketball team welcomed another addition to its backcourt Tuesday, as it announced that former Houston guard Jaaron Simmons will be transferring to Ohio.

The Ohio Bobcats will be represented at the FIBA World Cup this summer, as senior forward Maurice Ndour will compete with the Senegal National Team in the tournament.

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When the Bobcats started the season 7-0 and progressed to 12-1 — their best start in program history — they knew that they could achieve their lofty championship goals through hard work and grit.

With college basketball’s late signing period nearing an end, Ohio’s Mid-American Conference foes have made some strong additions to their 2014 recruiting classes.

New Ohio head basketball coach Saul Phillips and the Bobcats have added two new recruits, Ryan Taylor and Mike Laster, to the 2014 recruiting class.

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”

So says Proverbs 27:17, a Biblical verse from the Old Testament that a few Ohio University softball players adhere to. Those players are also members of the Athletes in Action community on campus.

When coach Jodi Hermanek said that her team was not only the best team in Ohio, but also the best team in the Mid-American Conference, she may have raised a few eyebrows. A few more may have risen when Ohio entered the MAC Tournament on Wednesday as the No.

Ohio cornerback Travis Carrie was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the seventh round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, making him the ninth Bobcat currently on an NFL roster.

It took 13 innings, but Dakota Pyles  and Savannah Jo Dorsey sent the Bobcats soaring past the Buffalo Bulls to move on to a showdown for the MAC championship.

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.

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