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The Ohio Women’s Swimming & Diving team defeated Denison University Saturday afternoon 193-97 at the Trumbull Aquatic Center. It was the women’s first time in the pool in over a month, but it was hard to tell. The 200-yard medley relay team consisting of Addy Ferguson, Ana Bocharnikova, Haley Clark and Lauren Funk started the… Read More
It wasn’t pretty, but Ohio (11-5, 2-0 MAC) left Kalamazoo, Mi. on Saturday with their first road victory of the season in a 61-59 victory over Western Michigan (8-7, 0-2 MAC). The Bobcats were up 60-55 when Western Michigan guard David Brown drove the basket and dished a beautiful pass to Shayne Whittington for a deuce. A… Read More
Showcase reporters Pat Chiesa and Carter Rodriguez analyze Ohio’s strong play to open 2013 and breakdown today’s conference showdown with Western Michigan.
The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes suffered a 62-58 loss at Meigs Friday night, as numerous missed opportunities did the Buckeyes in. After Meigs jumped out to a 15-10 first quarter lead, the second quarter took a step back as both offenses were stagnant. Nelsonville-York hurt themselves with missed layups and the flow of the game became choppy… Read More
The Ohio University wrestling team returned to Mid-American Conference competition after a 39-day hiatus in high style, handling the Northern Illinois Huskies in DeKalb, winning 32-13. Ohio’s victory was fueled by three pins of Huskies, two of which were within the first two minutes of the contest. Additionally, the Bobcats were able to win seven… Read More
The Federal Hocking Lancers pulled out a 62-43 over the South Gallia Rebels Friday night behind stellar guard play and the usual recipie of defense and free throws. The Lancers forced 20 turnovers and held South Gallia to 31 percent shooting from three, as they frustrated the Rebels all night. Fed Hock also shot… Read More
Alexander (3-9, 0-5 TVC-Ohio) squared off against a tough Athens Bulldogs (8-2, 2-1 TVC-Ohio) team Friday night in attempt to get their first conference win of the season. A stagnant first half put the Spartans in a hole they couldn’t dig themselves out of, with Athens taking home the win, 68-53. It was a packed… Read More