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Ohio gaurd Cece Hooks (1) looks to get around Buffalo forward Adebola Adeyeye (25) during the Bobcats' game on Jan, 24, 2022, in The Convo. The Bobcats' won 68-66

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

Ohio will play its third game in five days Wednesday night when it travels to Toledo to take on the top team in the Mid-American Conference.

The Bobcats have reason to be confident. They managed a comeback upset victory over Buffalo on Monday and now have the chance to topple another giant in the conference standings.

Game Information

Opponent: Toledo

Location: Savage Arena (Toledo, Ohio)

Time: 7 p.m.

How to Watch: ESPN3

Listen: Listen here

Stats: Live stats can be followed here

Meet the Opponent

Coach: Tricia Cullop (14th season)

Probable Starters

02 Sophia Wiard

05 Quinesha Lockett

22 Khera Goss

33 Sammi Mikonowicz

34 Jessica Cook

Individual Statistical Leaders

Field goal percentage: Mariah Copeland (66.7%)

3-point percentage: Ella Doherty (100%)

Free throw percentage: Wiard (87.2%)

Points per game: Lockett (17.7)

Rebounds per game: Lockett (6.1)

Assists per game: Wiard (4.3)

Team Statistical Profile

Points per game: 69.7

Field goal percentage: 42.8%

3-point percentage: 31%

Free throw percentage: 71.9%

Rebounds per game: 40

Assists per game: 13.3

Turnovers per game: 12.9

Steals per game: 6.5

Series History

Toledo has dominated Ohio historically, and it leads the all-time series 45-30. However, Ohio has won the last two meetings and seven of the last nine.

The Bobcats’ last two wins over the Rockets were by 19 and 28 points, respectively. Those two games continued a recent trend of blowouts between these two programs. The last time a game between the Bobcats and the Rockets was decided by single digits was Feb. 4, 2017, when the Bobcats won 61-55.

Player to Watch

Cece Hooks — The MAC’s all-time scoring leader earned her 15th career MAC Player of the Week award Tuesday. It was her second award in a row and third this season, and it didn’t even take into account the 20 points and 16 rebounds she notched against Buffalo on Monday.

The Bobcats will need another big performance from Hooks if they are going to take down the Rockets, but there is absolutely no reason to think they won’t get it.

@willocunningham

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