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Ohio guard Yaya Felder (2) attempts to score while Akron guard Rachel Martindale (14) tries to block the shot druing the Bobcats' game against Akron on Feb. 26, 2022, in The Convo. The Bobcats lost 77-88.

Women's Basketball: Second glance at Miami and how to watch

Ohio has just two more games to earn a spot in the Mid-American Conference Tournament, and getting a win over Miami on Wednesday night would go a long way toward doing so.

The first game between these two teams was one of Ohio’s worst games of the season. It shot just 1-17 from beyond the arc in a dismal 63-60 loss in Oxford.

The Bobcats must avoid a repeat of that performance if they want to win this year’s second rendition of the Battle of the Bricks.

Game Information

Opponent: Miami

Time: 7 p.m.

Venue: The Convo

Watch: ESPN3

Listen: Listen here

Live stats: Live stats can be followed here

Meet the Opponent

Head Coach: DeUnna Hendrix (third season)

Probable Starters

03 Tajah Foster-Walker

04 Vannessa Garrelts

12 Katie Davidson

13 Ivy Wolf

24 Peyton Scott

Individual Statistics Leaders

Field goal percentage: Amani Freeman (60%)

3-point percentage: Foster-Walker (50%)

Free throw percentage: Wolf (88.4%)

Point per game: Scott (19.7)

Rebounds per game: Scott (6.1)

Assists per game: Scott (3.8)

Teams Statistical Profile

Points per game: 67.3

Field goal percentage: 40.5%

3-point percentage: 29%

Free throw percentage: 73.2%

Rebounds per game: 37.3

Assists per game: 13.6

Turnovers per game: 17.9

Steals per game: 9.5

Miami since Game 1

This has been a rough season for Miami, especially since it beat Ohio.

The RedHawks have gone 3-12 since that first meeting and have lost •seven of their last eight games. They are tied for 10th in the MAC.

In their most recent game, the RedHawks lost to Bowling Green, a result that damaged Ohio’s chances of making the MAC Tournament.

Player to Watch

Wolf – Wolf is Miami’s second-leading scorer at 12.1 points per game, but she is coming off a 32-point performance in its loss to Bowling Green on Saturday.


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