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Ohio University guard Erica Johnson (4) shooting the ball in the paint against Toledo guard Sophia Wiard (2) at John F. Savage Arena in Toledo, Ohio, on Jan. 26th, 2022.

Women's Basketball: Ball State scouting report and how to watch

After a tough stretch last week, Ohio got some time off before Wednesday’s game against Ball State.

After a run of four games in eight days, including wins against two of the MAC’s best teams in Buffalo and Toledo, Ohio had three days to rest following Saturday’s loss at Western Michigan.

Ohio welcomes Ball State to The Convo on Wednesday with a chance to continue its climb up the MAC standings.

Game Information

Opponent: Ball State

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: The Convo

How to watch: ESPN3

How to listen: Listen here

Live stats: Live stats can be followed here.

Meet the Opponent

Coach: Brady Sallee (10th season)

Probable Starters

00 Ally Becki

02 Chyna Latimer

10 Thelma Dis Agustsdottir

11 Sydney Freeman

14 Marie Kiefer

Individual Statistics Leaders

Field goal percentage: Jazmyn Turner (59.1%)

3-point percentage: Anna Clephane (45.2%)

Free throw percentage: Freeman (89.5%)

Points per game: Clephane (16.2)

Rebounds per game: Becki (5.4)

Assists per game: Becki (4.2)

Team Statistical Profile

Points per game: 70.5

Field goal percentage: 42.2%

3-point percentage: 32.1%

Free throw percentage: 69.1%

Rebounds per game: 36

Assists per game: 15.7

Turnovers per game: 14.3

Steals per game: 8.1

Series History

Ohio has dominated Ball State in recent years. It has won 10 of the last 11 games between the two programs and holds a 39-28 all-time record over Ball State.

The Bobcats and Cardinals last faced each other on March 10, 2021 in the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals. The Bobcats defeated the Cardinals 61-59.

Ball State did win their last game in Athens, however. It pulled out an 88-85 overtime victory on Jan. 13, 2021.

Player to Watch

Becki — she’s not only Ball State’s rebounds and assists leader, but also scored 21 points in Ball State’s win over Buffalo last Wednesday. The freshman has had to step up in the absence of leading scorer Clephane, who has not played since Jan. 9.

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