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Richardson Leads the Lady Spartans over River Valley

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Coming into tonight’s game, Alexander had given up two straight losses against two top teams. The Lady Spartans (12-5, 7-2) bounced back in a huge win over the River Valley Lady Raiders (7-7, 3-4), dominating and winning by a score of 56-20. The intense rhythm of game she plays makes it hard to believe Rachel Richardson is… Read More

N-Y Jumps Out Early in Game Against Meigs

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The Lady Marauders (8-9) struggled tonight in their matchup against the Lady Buckeyes (12-4). From the start, N-Y’s pressure overwhelmed Meigs, causing the team to total 26 turnovers on the night. The turnovers were a key to the Lady Buckeyes scoring their most points this season in the 76-35 victory. The Lady Marauders came out… Read More

Trimble Falls to Southern in Second Half Collapse

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Trimble entered Thursday’s game seeking revenge for a two point loss in game played against Southern in December. However, a second half collapse doomed the Tomcats to a 34-26 loss. Trimble led 14-11 at halftime, but the lead dwindled to a 19-19 tie at the end of the third quarter.  Trimble started to have a breakdown,… Read More

Walker Selected to Preseason MAC Second Team by CollegeSportsMadness.com

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Ohio softball senior Sloan Walker was selected to the 2016 College Sports Madness Mid-American Conference Preseason Second Team. Walker, being one of teams returning senior outfielders, is strong asset for Ohio. Last season, Walker led the Bobcats with a .336 batting average, averaging out with 50 hits with 149 at bats. Throughout Walker’s career with… Read More

Trustees Discuss Tuition Increases, Master Plan

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The Ohio University Board of Trustees are reviewing several issues before making final decisions, including increased costs for students. The Joint Academic Resources Committee met Thursday morning, when they received an update on the Ohio Guarantee rate increases expected to come in the second cohort. Those students are currently high school seniors looking at colleges, according to… Read More

Sharon Van Etten

OU to Host Sharon Van Etten Talk Feb. 19


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The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, in partnership with the School of Media Arts & Studies and OU WIMI (Women in Music Industry), will host critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on Friday, Feb. 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Glidden Music Hall. Van Etten will visit Ohio University as a… Read More