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In their third meeting of the season, No. 6 Ohio defeated No. 7 Iowa State 5-2 on Friday night at Bird Arena. The win propelled the Bobcats to 2-1 against the Cyclones in the season series, and improved their overall record to 22-6-1. Sophomore Michael Harris opened the game's scoring at 12:19 of the first… Read More
The Ohio wrestling team fell to Central Michigan, 19-15, despite a second half rally. Ohio fell in five of its first seven matches of the dual and was down 16-6 going into the final three matches. Consecutive wins from Phil Wellington, 197 pounds, and a critical pin by heavyweight Jeremy Johnson gave the Bobcats life… Read More
Vanderbilt University has hired Ohio assistant coaches Gerry Gdowski, Keven Lightner, and director of football operations Jason Grooms on Friday, according to the Twitter accounts of various former Ohio football players. Neither Vanderbilt nor Ohio has confirmed the hiring, but three former Ohio players including Tyler Tettleton, Beau Blankenship and Boo Jackson have posted congratulatory… Read More
The Marietta Pioneers men’s basketball team is looking to rebound from its second loss in Ohio Athletic Conference play with a win over John Carroll on Saturday, Jan 18. The Pioneers’ (10-4, 5-2) past two losses have come by a combined difference of six points. Marietta will be eager to hit the court against a… Read More
Researchers and professors at Ohio University have reason to be happy. The Vice President for Research, Doktor Joseph Shields, has increased the annual financial support for faculty publications. The last increase from $ 250 to $ 350 is 13 years ago. Since then costs for research projects have escalated, said Shane Gilkey, Assistant Vice President… Read More
The Rio Grande RedStorm (14-4, 3-3) women’s basketball team will put a two-game winning streak on the line when it hosts the No. 8 Campbellsville Tigers (15-2, 6-1) on Saturday. The RedStorm, fresh off of a 95-71 victory over the St. Catherine Patriots on Thursday, will look to carry that momentum into Saturday’s contest. Campbellsville,… Read More
After an exhilarating win last night over their third straight nationally ranked opponent, the Rio Grande RedStorm (12-5, 5-1) are catching fire as they square off Saturday afternoon against the Campbellsville Tigers (7-8, 2-5). The RedStorm hope to stay unbeaten in the month of January and are looking to extend their winning streak to six… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats (12-4, 2-1) will travel to DeKalb, Illinois on Saturday to take on the Northern Illinois Huskies (7-8, 1-2) after defeating Ball State earlier this week. Ohio was plagued by its first half struggles once again in its game against Ball State, as the ‘Cats only managed to score 27 points in the… Read More
After chemicals oozed into West Virginia's biggest water system, state and federal officials are demanding investigations and tighter laws to safeguard against future spills. West Virginia state officials want an inventory of all chemical storage sites in the state. There's also demand for forcing facilities to stay away from the banks of water bodies, particularly… Read More
Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings released their long-delayed fifth album on Jan. 14. Give the People What They Want was set for an August 2013 release date but ended up being postponed when Jones was diagnosed with stage II pancreatic cancer.
Now Jones is back with a vengeance, promoting the upcoming global tour and the new album, which, according to WOUB's Mark Hellenberg, is another winner from the Brooklyn soulsters.