Luke Olson is Ohio’s Friday guy. The junior from Granville, Illinois, has proven himself to be a reliable arm this season and leads Ohio in wins with three. He’s also the only pitcher on Ohio’s roster to meet the innings-per-game requirement for ERA.
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When I first sat down to write this column, I had thought of some big metaphor to connect the way plants and crops grow to the way people grow. Something along the lines of how not all plants can grow in the same pot their whole lives, similarly to how people can’t. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that I should leave the metaphors behind (sort of).
It had been 404 days since Ohio won a midweek game, but it broke the streak on Tuesday with a win over Shawnee State. Ohio’s last midweek win before Tuesday was March 16, 2022, against Marshall, a 6-3 victory at home.
Ohio’s latest roster addition hasn’t been with the team long, but he’s already made the biggest difference in the team.
There's a unique bond between Cole and Owen Williams that none of the other Bobcats have. Just like their father, Chris, and their uncle, Cole and Owen are playing on the same Division I team at the same time.
Baseball players need a lot of patience. It's easy to fall into a habit of anticipating where the ball will go, but it's not always easy to anticipate how a season will go.
There are about five weeks left in the regular season, and the Mid-American Conference title is up for grabs.
Wes Lug isn’t usually in Ohio’s lineup. The sophomore has had a few spot starts and goes into games during the later innings, but that’s about it. However, Lug got his first start at Bob Wren Stadium on Friday — and his first career home run.
There was a lot on Ohio’s mind as it traveled to Toledo. A devastating loss against Morehead State on Tuesday uncovered a lot of Ohio’s issues, and it wasn’t quite sure what would happen against Toledo. However, rather than let painful memories drag on, Ohio posted a series sweep.
Ohio has a pivotal series this weekend with Toledo. It’s tied for second place in the Mid-American Conference, and a few wins this weekend could set Ohio apart.
Ohio’s bullpen was unable to keep up against Morehead State in its 15-2 loss on Tuesday. Ohio threw six different pitchers in an attempt to stop the Morehead batters, but nothing stuck.
Ohio is the comeback kid of the Mid-American Conference right now, but it doesn’t want to be that forever.
Luke Combs is back with his new album "Gettin' Old," which dropped on March 24. The 18-track album arrived nine months after his third album, "Growin' Up."
Ohio had an up-and-down weekend against Northern Illinois. There were multiple instances where Ohio stood at the bad end of the deal, but it found a way to push through to its second series win of the season.
Ohio got some much-needed confidence last weekend after it took a game from Central Michigan, but it is feeling shaken up after its loss to Morehead State on Tuesday.
There’s nothing like March Madness, yes, but there’s also nothing quite like the madness that ensues for sports media professionals during March, either.
Ohio knew that Sunday’s game was huge. Ohio had a chance to take a series from Central Michigan for the first time since 2009. Everything needed to go right for Ohio, but it did not. Central Michigan put Ohio’s offense into a chokehold in the latter half of the game and it couldn’t recover. Ohio lost 10-6.
Cole Williams had been out of Ohio’s starting lineup since the Hughes Bros. Challenge in mid-February. He’d had a few pinch hit appearances since then, but Williams hadn’t gotten a hit since Feb. 19. Williams was in a true slump.
Friday’s conditions were not ideal for baseball. The wind whipped across the field at Bob Wren Stadium and the temperature dropped with each passing minute. The weather was partially to blame for Ohio’s 8-5 loss to Central Michigan.