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Coach Frank Solich talks about the Bobcat win over Buffalo and what to look forward to when they play Akron during Homecoming weekend this Saturday.
The Ohio Bobcats men's golf team travels to Akron, Ohio this weekend for the Firestone Invitational Monday, October 8 and Tuesday October 9 on the Firestone North Course. When asked about the upcoming event, the team expressed its excitement to get back into competition after a disappointing finish at the Marshall Invitational four weeks ago…. Read More
The referees swallowed their whistles several times in Sunday afternoon’s soccer matchup between Ohio and Buffalo, but it only took one call to give the Bulls the tight 1-0 victory. Heading into the Mid-American Conference game, both teams had a lot on the line, and it showed. The Bobcats were looking for their second straight… Read More
Ohio senior cornerback Travis Carrie was poised for a huge 2012 season until suffering a shoulder injury during fall camp that required season-ending surgery. Pat Chiesa caught up with the captain to discuss his new role in helping the Bobcats win games.
Michigan State couldn’t score on Ohio in regular time, but it only needed four minutes of overtime to win the game. Only 3:44 into the first extra period, Allie Ahern shot a ball assisted by Abby Barker. Brittany Walker, who had four saves, couldn’t get to the ball and with that shot, the Spartans won… Read More
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Walker talks with Jennifer Guthrie about her lifelong battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and schizoaffective disorder. Guthrie also discusses her work with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and her current efforts to promote treatment of Ohioans with mental illness. For more… Read More
In this year’s exhilarating cross-town rival classic, the Parkersburg South Patriots defeated the Parkersburg Big Reds 28-18. The two teams proved to be evenly matched. South took the ball on offense first, where Jordan Quiocho, ran in a massive touchdown on the ground only to be brought back on an illegal substitution penalty. This… Read More
It has been a rough few games for the Sheridan Generals having lost three consecutive games and now falling to 3-2 in MVL play after falling to the Philo Electrics 31-0. The Generals have been shut out two weeks in a row, both at home, as the stout Electric defense recorded their third shutout… Read More