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Ohio guard Cierra Hooks (1) passes the ball out of the perimeter during the 79-69 win over Bowling Green in the Convo on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020.

Women's Basketball: Akron scouting report and how to watch

Ohio is looking to extend its record to 8-1 at home Wednesday as Akron comes to The Convo. The Bobcats have won their last three games in a row and look to make it four as the Mid-American Conference East opponent comes into town.

Here’s everything you need to know:

Game information

Opponent: Akron (9-9, 2-5 MAC)

Gametime: 7 p.m.

How to watch: ESPN3 

How to listen:

Meet the opponent 

Head Coach: Melissa Jackson (second season)

Probable starters

25 Jordyn Dawson 

03 Shaunay Edmonds 

05 Haliegh Reinoehl 

12 Shayna Harmon

24 Caitlin Vari 

Individual stat leaders

Points per game: Reinoehl (15.0)

Rebounds per game: Reinoehl (7.8)

Steals: Dawson (38)

Field goal percentage: Dawson (.482)

3-point percentage: Martindale (.421)

Free throw percentage (min. 10 attempts): Harmon (.867)

Team stats compared to Ohio 

Ohio stats in parenthesis 

Points per game: 67.8 (72.3)

Rebounds per game: 36.4 (35.1)

Steals per game: 8.2 (11.2)

Field goal percentage: .409 (.413)

3-point percentage: .312 (.323)

Free throw percentage: .683 (.637)

Series history

Ohio leads the all-time series with Akron by a large margin, 44-19. The Bobcats have gone on lengthy win-streaks over the Zips several times and are currently on a three-game streak. In that streak, Ohio has beaten its opponent by an average of over 10 points each time. The Bobcats have won 10 of the last 11 games against the Zips since 2015.

Players to watch

Akron forward Dawson has been a key addition to the Zips. She comes from the No. 1 ranked junior college team and is averaging 13.4 points per game this season. Ohio has never played against her before and at 5-foot-11, she could present a matchup problem since Burris will likely have to guard Reinoehl, who is 6-foot-2.

For Ohio, watch out for Cece Hooks. She has scored at least 25 points in each of her last three games and accrued 31 points in Ohio’s last matchup with Akron.


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