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Ohio Softball: California trip is homecoming for two Ohio softball players

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The Ohio Bobcats (11-7) softball team is heading west this weekend, playing five games in southern California throughout the weekend. Ohio will open the weekend in LA, where they will face BYU and Robert Morris at UCLA on Friday. The team will then move to Long Beach State University on Saturday where they will battle… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Ohio snaps 6-game losing streak with overtime win over Bowling Green

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ATHENS, Ohio — Whenever a team loses by 47 points, you have no idea how they will respond. Ohio responded with one of its best performances of the year when the team tied for the lead in the MAC came to the Convocation Center Friday night. The Bobcats scratched, clawed, fought and fought some more for… Read More

Ohio Softball: Ohio Softball gets Sunday sweep to finish South Carolina trip at .500

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The Ohio Bobcats softball team once again was on the road for a weekend invitational tournament. This time, the Bobcats traveled to Columbia, South Carolina to play four games in the Gamecock Invitational. In the opening game the Bobcats took on the host South Carolina Gamecocks who entered the invitational ranked 14th in the country… Read More

Ohio Women’s Basketball: Ohio takes foul fest against Kent State to improve to 14-1

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ATHENS, Ohio — The common noise heard around the Convocation Center tonight weren’t cheers or boos, instead they were whistles. In a game that featured 55 total fouls and 61 free throws, whistles were a common theme for both the Ohio women’s basketball team and Kent State Wednesday night. “It’s terrible for women’s basketball,” Ohio… Read More

Ohio Volleyball: Ohio falls to senior night rival Miami; finishes conference play 7-9

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Ohio welcomed Miami to the Convo for their final game before the MAC tournament in Oxford next weekend. The Bobcats celebrated senior night four four seniors: Jaime Kosiorek, Katie Nelson, Stephanie Olman and Carley Remmers were all honored pregame for their careers in Athens. Ohio however, was unable to send the senior class out a… Read More

Ohio Dominates Inside, Takes Down Wilberforce 97-61 In Season Opener

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Ohio knew that they weren’t exactly taking on the stiffest of competition tonight at the Convo to open up play in the regular season, but that didn’t change the fact that Ohio wanted to start off strong with a win. Ohio was able to separate themselves from a pesky Wilberforce squad late in the first… Read More

Ohio Volleyball: Ohio Sweeps Eastern Michigan to Get Back to .500 in MAC Play.

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Ohio Volleyball returned home to take on Eastern Michigan just 47 hours after sweeping Kent State on the road. Eastern Michigan was coming off a disappointing four set loss to Central Michigan and was looking to bounce back. Ohio didn’t skip a beat from Thursday’s performance, sweeping the Eagles (25-14, 27-25, 25-13) to finish the… Read More

Trimble Defense Pitches Seventh Shutout Of Season To Clinch TVC-Hocking Title

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Trimble knew that with eight victories thus far this season, they had a playoff spot secured. Trimble knew however with a win against Wahama, the Tomcats would clinch an outright TVC-Hocking title and a home playoff game in week 11. Trimble came into tonight’s game with a chip on their shoulder, knowing they were in… Read More

Ohio Volleyball: Bobcats Suffer First Mac Loss in Five-Set Battle with Buffalo

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Buffalo came into Athens looking for their first win in the MAC while Ohio was trying to stay perfect in MAC play. The two teams came to play, with both teams totaling exactly 105 points in a highly contested MAC game. Buffalo (9-6, 1-2) got that elusive first conference victory, upsetting the Bobcats (7-9, 2-1)… Read More

Philo Gets Revenge From John Glenn In A Classic MVL Defensive Battle

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Philo and John Glenn battled through a defensive contest, highlighted by turnovers and punts from both sides. The Electrics were able to take this one 15-13, getting revenge from last seasons playoff loss. The win was sealed when Philo stopped an Evan Williams 2 Pt conversion attempt with 40 seconds left for the tie. “Last… Read More