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Sylvester Ogbonda, Ohio Basketball

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Bobcats stay perfect at home

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Athens, OH— Following a dominant performance against Rio Grande, the Ohio Bobcats Men’s basketball team looked to stay perfect during their month long home-stand. The Bobcats welcomed Tennessee Tech to the Convo for their third straight home game. Despite being without starting guard, Jordan Dartis, a late game push gave the Bobcats an 81-54 win…. Read More

Ohio Basketball, Nolan Foster

Ohio’s ferocious defense leads to victory

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Athens, OH— After finishing the month of November with a 91-81 victory over Detroit Mercy, the Bobcats looked to start the new month where they left off. Ohio (6-3) welcomed Rio Grande (6-4) to the Convo to start a month long home-stand in December. Ohio’s performance Wednesday night showcased that they can lean on their… Read More

Ohio basketball, Jason Preston

Ohio Bobcats Film Room: Dartis and Preston lead Ohio past Detroit Mercy

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The Ohio Bobcats (5-3) got a 91-81 victory over the Detroit Mercy (1-5) Titans on Sunday November 30th in the Convocation Center. For the Bobcats, Jordan Dartis led the way offensively with 26 points. Dartis struggled in a three game stretch against high major opponents in Villanova, Baylor and Utah. He recently has caught fire,… Read More

Jason Preston

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Jason Preston has broke out in 2019

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After only scoring 6.0 PPG and 3.4 APG his Freshman season, Jason Preston has exploded offensively. Through three games, Preston has scored 18 PPG grabbed 9 RPG and dished out 9.7 APG. He also hasn’t sat out during either of Ohio’s road upsets this season. Head Coach Jeff Boals and Sophomore Forward Ben Vander Plas… Read More

Ohio Basketball, Jordan Dartis, Lunden McDay

Ohio Bobcats film room: Ohio impresses in victory over Capital

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The Ohio Bobcats men’s basketball team defeated the Capital Crusaders 73–49 in the Convocation Center. A few players stood out for the Bobcats in the victory, with four players currently injured, those that were healthy got plenty of playing time. Freshman Lunden McDay stole the spotlight after receiving the starting nod from new head coach… Read More