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Jaaron Simmons filled the role of the Ohio Bobcat MVP with star teammate Antonio Campbell out for the season. Simmons had the game of his life, scoring a career-high 38 points, to match his 10 rebounds and five assists, leading Ohio to an 85-70 upset over Akron in the Convocation Center. Simmons was solid on… Read More
Ohio Swimming and Diving wrapped up the regular season with five first-place finishes in the final day of the exhibition Marshall University Invitational. The Bobcats started the meet off grabbing the gold in both the 400-yard freestyle relay (3:52.42) and the 200-yard freestyle relay (1:37.44). Sophomore Corrin Van Lanen had herself a good day with… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats wrestling team needed a win to regain momentum after falling into a big deficit and losing last Friday against Northern Iowa. The Bobcats (7-5, 4-3 MAC) did just enough to get by yesterday, defeating Clarion on the road 21-17. It came down to the 285-pound weight class match with Ohio’s Zack Parker taking… Read More
Amidst blowing a late lead late in their loss at Central Michigan, it seemed like the Ohio Bobcats were still feeling the effects of the loss. But at the 2:43 mark of the second quarter, they finally put the loss behind them and went on an 18-2 run to close the first half. From there,… Read More
Ohio University’s wrestling team traveled to Clarion, Pa. on February 3, 2017. The Bobcats would stay undefeated on the road and win by a close 21-17 with the help of bonus points.
A graduate student at Ohio University is prepping her thesis research project. She is powering a device that collects data on water quality from a single solar panel. Siti Hj Abd Rahman, is planning to conduct this research over the next year or so.
Healthcare workers marched in the streets of Athens Friday in protest of President Donald Trump’s executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ decision to move its Jeep Cherokee production line from Ohio to Illinois will mean the loss of several hundred auto supplier jobs in the Toledo area. But local government and union officials remain hopeful that the losses will be offset somewhat by the launch of a new Jeep… Read More
In tonight’s thrilling and intense match-up between the Wahama White Falcons and Federal Hocking Lancers, Wahama would fend off a roaring 16-point comeback by Federal Hocing and pull away in the end by a score of 63-56. Wahama’s win also kept Federal Hocking from making an impact in the win column as the White Flacons… Read More