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Despite just being a Sophomore, Olivia Sensky has established herself as a constant presence in the Ohio soccer defense. After starting in 16 games during her freshman season, Sensky has started in every game her Sophomore season. Despite being a younger member of the starting rotation, she is still viewed as a leader by her… Read More
Ohio Soccer has their first home MAC games of the season this weekend. The Bobcats host Toledo and Bowling Green at Chessa Field this weekend. Michael Roth previews the weekend and hear from Freshman Forward Maddie Young and Head Coach Aaron Rodgers.
Twins Emily and Olivia Margolies share a connection on the volleyball court from a very young age. Wanting to play together in college, Ohio University gave them the option to do just that. Michael Roth takes a closer look at their relationship which spans past the volleyball court.
For the first two sets, Ohio looked poised to get a huge victory to open up conference play against one of the top teams in the MAC. The Bobcats jumped out to a two set lead but fell in noncompetitive third and fourth sets. That led a decisive fifth set where the Bobcats held a… Read More
Ohio Junior Setter Vera Giacomazzi set a 2019 NCAA record with 74 assists in a game against Kansas State. Giacomazzi and Junior Opposite Hitter Maggie Nedoma have great chemistry on and off the court. Michael Roth looks at how their relationship has developed throughout the season and how the pair work off each other and… Read More
Forwards Abby Townsend and Alivia Milesky have been crucial to Ohio’s teriffic start to the season. “I think it starts with off the field honestly throughout the whole first year we got a lot closer,” Abby Townsend said. “Through the spring we were seeing each other twice a day.” “We’ve been able to build on… Read More
Ohio (4-4) wasted zero time taking down College of Charleston with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-23, 25-18) victory. In the first set the Bobcats gained control from the start, taking an 11-5 lead after a Shayla Phillip kill. Phillip would ride that momentum to eight kills on a .615 hitting percentage. “It was amazing. Personally, it’s… Read More
Ohio’s senior class had their chance to win back to back conference tournament championships for the first time in school history. And for five innings at Firestone stadium it appeared that Ohio would raise the trophy once again. Once the sixth inning started in game one of the MAC championship series, it was all Toledo…. Read More
Four for four. No sir, this is not a Wendy’s. That’s the Ohio softball senior class record in making it to the MAC championship game. “Each and every year we’ve been in every side of the bracket,” Senior Alex Day said. “I told the team it’s so much better in the winners bracket.” With huge… Read More
One pitch. That’s all it took for the No. 3 seed Ohio Bobcats to send a message to the No. 7 seed Toledo Rockets that they were ready to play. Allie Englant drove that first pitch into left-center field and set the tone for the Bobcats 7-1 victory in the second round of the MAC… Read More