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Ohio field hockey improved to 8-6 as it cruised past conference foe Longwood 5-1 on Sunday. The Bobcats’ third straight win vaulted them to 3-1 in MAC play, and puts head coach Neil Macmillan two wins away from most career wins in Ohio field hockey history. Though the Bobcats ended way ahead on the scoreboard,… Read More
According to Shams Charania of Yahoo, former Ohio Bobcat and current Dallas Maverick forward Maurice Ndour will be out indefinitely due to a stress reaction in his left leg. All indications pointed towards Ndour having a good camp with the Mavericks. In fact, he was even playing some point guard in place of the injured… Read More
A US House bill is pending in the Senate that would ban state labeling of genetically modified foods. Tracy Brown of the Associated Press looks at the fight pitting farming families against companies like Monsanto.
The No. 1 Ohio Bobcats (8-0-1) were not the top team in Bird Arena on Friday as they fell to the No. 3 Lindenwood Lions (6-1-0) in an overtime shootout 5-4. The Bobcats battled from behind, scoring three goals in the third period to force overtime, but couldn’t finish in the end. The ‘Cats struck… Read More
At the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio Bobcat volleyball defeated the Toledo Rockets on Saturday night 3-1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-19, 25-10). The win is the Bobcats 11th in a row, and it moves them to 18-3 overall and 8-0 in the Mid-American Conference. The fourth set was Bobcat domination at its best. After making 23… Read More
The Bobcats entered Friday night’s match versus Ball State with a 30-game regular season conference winning streak, and through the combined efforts of senior Shelby Walker and redshirt sophomore Ali Lake, Ohio (17-3, 7-0 MAC) pulled through in five sets. The Bobcats won 3-2 (25-19, 23-25, 25-22, 21-25, 18-16). Trailing 14-13 in the fifth… Read More
Bobcat soccer entered Friday’s game needing a win to move one step closer to second place in the Mid-American Conference East standings, but Ohio was unable to get the victory against a strong Eastern Michigan team that took a 3-1 win as visitors. Both teams came out from the very first whistle attacking and providing… Read More