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New HCOM Building Brings New Amenities and Curriculum

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ATHENS, Ohio – Ohio University’s new Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine building will be completed at 191 W. Union Street in December 2020. The new facility looks to enhance innovative medical education while also improving research and community outreach. A $65 million project, the three-story, 120,000-square-foot building will include a fresh food in-house cafe, fitness… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Carter Enters into NCAA Transfer Portal

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Jason Carter, Ohio’s leading scorer and second leading rebounder from this past season, has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal. This move comes fresh off the heels of Ohio’s parting ways with former head coach Saul Phillips and hiring of new bench boss Jeff Boals. Carter mentioned after the regular season finale against Miami that he… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: There’s no place like home, Boals named next Ohio coach

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ATHENS, Ohio — Jeff Boals, an Ohio alumnus and former captain of the Ohio men’s basketball team, was announced as the 19th head coach in the history of program by Athletic Director Jim Schaus on Sunday. “I am incredibly grateful and honored to return home to my alma mater as the head men’s basketball coach… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Saul Phillips Won’t Return to Ohio Next Season

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ATHENS, Ohio —  There will be a new bench boss for the Ohio men’s basketball team next year, as Athletic Director Jim Schaus announced today that Saul Phillips’ contract will not be renewed. “We are making a change in the leadership of our men’s basketball program. I do not believe that our men’s basketball program,… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Three Bobcats receive All-MAC Honors

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ATHENS, Ohio — Jason Carter, Jason Preston and Ben Vander Plas were awarded with All-MAC honors Monday, the league announced. In a vote conducted by media members and coaches, Carter was selected to the All-MAC third team, while Preston and Vander Plas both made the All-MAC Freshmen Team. Carter missed all but three games last… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Ohio Loses Nail-Biter to MAC-Leading Buffalo

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ATHENS, Ohio — The Ohio men’s basketball team (13-16, 5-12) scratched and clawed for all 40 minutes Tuesday, but ultimately came up short against the MAC-Leading Buffalo Bulls (27-3, 15-2) 82-79 in the Convo. After falling to the Bulls in New York by 47 points on Feb. 19, the Bobcats showed far more resistance in… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Bobcats set to begin a tough December schedule against Marshall

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The old saying is “The only easy day was yesterday”, and those words couldn’t ring any truer for the Ohio men’s basketball team. As December approaches and the temperature drops, the Bobcats (4-2) schedule will only continue to heat up. Saul Phillips’ Bobcats will certainly have their hands full, with four of their six games… Read More

Ohio Soccer: Leckie’s Late Heroics Help Bobcats Escape with Tie

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The Ohio women’s soccer team (4-5-2, 2-1-1) used some late game heroics to draw with the Ball State Cardinals (5-3-2,1-2-1) 1-1 Sunday afternoon in a defensive slugfest at Chessa Field. Ohio returned home for Senior Day, as head coach Aaron Rodgers started all eight of his seniors. The Bobcats welcomed back several alumni to Chessa… Read More

Jackson Looks To Right The Ship Against Washington Courthouse

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Coming off two consecutive losses, the Jackson Ironmen (3-2) will look for a reversal of fortune this Friday night against a Washington Courthouse (4-1) team that has averaged a scorching 52.3 points per game in their four victories so far this season. Quarterback Gio Thomas has been the maestro for this Blue Lions offense. Passing… Read More

Wheelersburg Grinds Out Hard-Fought Victory Over Jackson

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The Wheersburg Pirates notched their fourth victory of the season Friday night, topping the Jackson Ironmen 33-14 at Ed Miller Stadium. Offensively, both squads struggled to maintain any type of momentum through the first 15 minutes of this contest, as hard-hitting defenses and penalties highlighted the first and part of the second quarter. With 9:06… Read More

Jackson Looks To Bounce Back Against Defending State Champion Wheelersburg

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The Jackson Ironmen and Wheelersburg Pirates are set to battle this Friday night in a talent-filled matchup As each squad sits at 3-1, both teams will be looking to enter the second half of the season on the right foot and get some momentum going as the focus shifts toward the playoffs. In their head-to-head… Read More