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Entering Sunday at 5-6 on the season, the Ohio Bobcats had a ferocious battle awaiting them with the 10-1 NC State Wolfpack. The Bobcats didn’t manage to get anything going, though, and fell in three straight sets to the Pack 19-25, 20-25, 20-25. "I thought NC State forced us out of our game," head coach Ryan… Read More
Thousands of people from around the county, state and nation attended the 14th annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival, held Sept. 14-17 at Lake Snowden in Albany.
The weekend featured dozens of musical acts and pawpaw-related activities, contests and workshops, as seen in these videos, recorded on Saturday, Sept. 15.
The Ohio Bobcats Cross Country Program secured two victories in this weekend’s Ohio Invitational, in both the men’s and women’s events. It was the second consecutive year that the women won the event held on the Ohio University Golf Course. Freshman Allison Roeth led the Ohio women to the win with a first place time… Read More
Sunday marks the two-year anniversary of tornadoes that tore through southeast Ohio. Dozens of families in the region lost their homes the night of Sept. 16, 2010. In Meigs County, 22 houses were destroyed. "Well, what I remember most was the high winds blowing the front window out, blowing stuff through the roof, blowing the… Read More
Ohio Volleyball played its most evenly matched match of the year Saturday afternoon. The Bobcats lost to UNC in 5 sets: 25-17, 16-25, 20-25, 25-14, 10-15. "Weird match. None of the games were close. That doesn't happen in five set games very often," Said Coach Ryan Theis. "I don't know if it was strictly a… Read More
In the Battle for the Bell, the Ohio Bobcats did something that they hadn't done in 35 years. The Bobcats defeated the Marshall Thundering Herd at Joan C. Edwards Stadium; it was a feat that Ohio hadn’t accomplished since 1977. “[It was] a tremendous comeback by our guys tonight, I think they truly believe in… Read More