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The Ohio University Swimming and Diving team is headed into their favorite part of the season…taper time. Over the next couple of weeks, Bobcat swimmers will cut the number of yards they swim in practice by almost half in preparation for the upcoming MAC Championships. Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Sara Nealeigh shares the physical and… Read More
Ohio swimming entered the home stretch of its regular season after a brief lull, taking at least first in every event other than the 150-yard butterfly. All of the top finishes contributed to a 127-74 Bobcat victory. Contrary to the rest of its competitions, the swimming team traveled to Xavier University without the diving team…. Read More
Bowling Green traveled to Ohio Friday for another close meet that was sealed up in the final races of the day. The Falcons came away with a 155-138 victory, even with many Bobcats earning first honors and BGSU’s lack of diving team. “It’s always fun to go against MAC competition, especially in a close meet… Read More
Ohio Swimming and Diving traveled to the SPIRE Institute on Jan. 25 for their MAC opener against Akron for a close matchup that would be settled in the final events of the contest. The Bobcats fell 156-144 while missing major swimmers on their roster at the Olympic training facility. “I’m pretty sure we’re gonna take… Read More
Two down, one to go. Ohio Volleyball moved a step closer to accomplishing another goal Saturday with a 3-0 win over Northern Illinois in the semifinals of the Mid-American Conference Volleyball Championship, 25-22, 25-22, 25-23. The Bobcats lost to Northern Illinois in the semifinals of last season's MAC Tournament. Saturday, Ohio closed three close sets… Read More
Ohio Volleyball sped past a feisty Buffalo team in four sets Saturday, Nov. 2 for its MAC-leading 10th conference win, 25-15, 25-15, 28-30, 27-25. Perhaps more importantly, Kelly Lamberti was her usual self again. The junior and reigning MAC Player of the Year had a match-high 15 kills and added 15 digs. “I’m glad I… Read More
Bobcat Sports Showcase Sara Nealeigh explains how the Ohio Volleyball team will be that much more prepared in matching up with MAC opponents the second time around.
Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Sara Nealeigh looks at how the versatility of back up setter Brooke Coleman has seen her playing time increase this season. The Showcase airs every Friday at 11:00 p.m. on WOUB-TV and reairs Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. Follow the show (@BobcatShowcase) and the WOUB sports department (@WOUBSports) on Twitter.
Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Sara Nealeigh profiles Ohio Volleyball's Abby Gilleland and her fantastic start to the season.
Bobcat Showcase reporter Sara Nealeigh talks with Graduate Student Alexis Pinson about her transition from Arizona State to Ohio Volleyball.
Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Sara Nealeigh gets an inside look at two sisters who traveled the entire country hoping to play volleyball collegiately, and wound up only a few hours away from each other. The Showcase airs every Friday at 11:00 p.m. on WOUB-TV and reairs Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. Follow the show (@BobcatShowcase) and… Read More
The Bobcats officially announced their Fall 2013 schedule Tuesday afternoon. The team returns 11 of 15 athletes from the 2012 season and four of the five players who saw time all 110 games. The season opens with four non-conference tournaments for Ohio. Five of its opponents during the first month of the season won at… Read More
Unofficial results for Athens County candidate races show Democrat Charlie Adkins beat incumbent Republican Larry Payne in his county commissioner race by more than 3,100 votes, as the Democratic party swept the local election. Adkins garnered 57 percent of the vote. He held a steady lead over Payne all night which continued to grow as… Read More
Ohio volleyball is on a nine game winning streak with another big set of conference match-ups this weekend with rival Miami and conference opponent Bowling Green coming to Athens. Ohio head coach Ryan Theis addresses the media on just what is going right for the 'Cats during their hot streak and what they will need… Read More
Ohio Field Hockey remembers past coach and women's rights advocate Catherine Brown.
Ohio field hockey is 7-6 overall after two wins on the Bobcats last road trip. One of those wins came over ranked Wake Forest. The game was a homecoming for head coach Neil Macmillian.
Corners are an important component to the game of field hockey. Sara Nealeigh talked to some of the players to learn the ins and outs of a Bobcat Corner.
After Ohio volleyball beat Miami for the sixth time in a row, the 'Cats came home for a pair of conference games in the Convo. With two straight sweeps against Kent State and Eastern Michigan, the Bobcats have now won nine straight sets in MAC play. The Bobcats had not lost to Eastern Michigan since… Read More
Marissa and Riley Higgins are more than just teammates; they are family. The two girls are cousins and have grown up playing the game they love together.
Ohio volleyball started MAC play with an even record after falling to Bowling Green in three sets, but sweeping Miami on Saturday. The victory over Miami was Ohio's sixth straight win and sweep of the RedHawks. Head coach Ryan Theis addressed the media on the team's play over the weekend and what to expect from… Read More
Brittany Walker is Ohio field hockey's starting goal keeper, and role she didn't expect to have, but the sophomore is stepping up and stepping into goal.
The Bobcat Sports Showcase sat down with Ohio field hockey players to learn just a little more about the girls who take the field for the 'Cats.
Luli Gomez-Teruel was named MAC Offensive Player of the Week for her performance in last week’s game against Radford University. Gomez-Teruel led the team in scoring for the 9-0 victory, racking up a record- breaking 5 goals. She set the single-game scoring record for Ohio in only her third match as a Bobcat. Gomez-Teruel also… Read More
What started out as a winning weekend for the Bobcats ended with a 1-1 finish as they returned from New York to complete the first weekend of the season. The Bobcats began the weekend with a 3-1 victory against Colgate University on Friday. The first to score for the Bobcats was… Read More
A public information session and hearing will be held on Wednesday May 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the Franklin Township Building in Strasburg. The session and hearing will discuss the possible water quality impacts of a Sugar Creek bridge replacement. According to Tuscarawas County Engineer Joe Bachman, the bridge had been closed for over a… Read More