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Ohio guard Kendall Crute is currently away from the Ohio men’s basketball team, according to a report from Jason Arkley of the Athens Messenger.

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.

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Maurice Ndour will join the Senegal National Team for this summer's FIBA Worlds
Basketball coach Curt Moore was not retained for 2014 season

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Ohio Bobcats pitchers Savannah Jo Dorsey and Lauren McClary show softball reporter Avery Jennings the mechanics of fast pitching before he takes a swing at it in the circle.

After sweeping a doubleheader against Pikeville on Saturday, the Rio Grande Redstorm had their six-game win streak tested against No. 8 Lindsay Wilson and came away with a split. The Redstorm notched a 2-1 victory in the first game before dropping the second, 6-1.

Rio Grande (20-26, 6-18) won two of three games this weekend over Lindsey Wilson (26-24, 12-11) to improve its chances of making the upcoming Mid-South Conference tournament.

Game One

Jenna Jones and the rest of the Rio Grande RedStorm (26-13) finished their weekend on a perfect note with a doubleheader sweep over Mid-South Conference foe the University Pikeville Bears (13-26) that extended their winning streak to six games.

Ball State wore out its bats on its way to posting 10 unanswered runs in five innings to run-rule the Bobcats on Saturday in Muncie, Ind. and end Ohio’s six-game winning streak.

It took an extra inning, but Ohio’s 12-game losing streak came to an end on Saturday. Jake Madsen roped a double down the right field line in the top of the tenth inning, scoring Mitch Longo from first base. The run would be enough to put the Bobcats on top 3-2.  

Game one

It was a pitchers’ duel in Oxford, but Ohio’s pitcher came up big on more than the mound on Friday, driving a deep triple to right center that bounced out of the fielder’s glove and gave the Bobcats a 1-0 win over rival Miami in extra innings.

Game One:

A high-powered sixth inning Friday afternoon handed Marietta game one over Ohio Northern University, 10-1.

The Rio Grande RedStorm handed Bluefield (3-41) its 17th straight loss, as the RedStorm (24-13) swept the series with wins of 4-0 and 11-4 on Friday.

Josh Rogers looks at the different superstitions that Ohio Baseball players have. Check out the package on The Bobcat Sports Showcase Fridays at 11 p.m. and Saturdays at 11 a.m.

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