Ohio learned a lesson or two this weekend against Ball State.
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There’s nothing sweeter than a series sweep.
There’s a new name in the record books for the most career strikeouts in Ohio history.
As a sports journalist, I am constantly immersed in the world of collegiate sports. Sometimes, it's almost to the point that I forget that the athletes aren’t relics — they’re people.
Ohio had a chance to take the series from rival Miami this past weekend, but after a Sunday collapse, it had to settle for a split.
Two former Ohio players will have a shot in the NFL.
Ohio (18-17, 10-10 Mid-American Conference) had been discussing Canisius all week. From regular practice on Thursday to batting practice before the doubleheader on Saturday, its opponent was the only thing on Ohio’s mind.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria wrap up the year.
Hitting a baseball is arguably one of the hardest thing to do in sports. In the blink of an eye, a pitch flies past home plate, and a hitter could have never seen it. Most athletes choose to hit from the side of the plate that uses their dominant hand as a lead, but that doesn’t apply to a switch hitter like Mason Minzey.
Ohio left the top of the eighth inning with pure, unwavering confidence. It had built up an eight-run lead over Morehead State throughout Tuesday’s game at Allen Field, and it was within reach of a massive road win.
Ohio was one win away from picking up its first sweep of a Mid-American Conference opponent this season against Eastern Michigan.
Ohio will jump back into its Mid-American Conference schedule when it travels to take on Eastern Michigan this weekend.
The Copperheads haven’t played since the 2019 season.
Nashville is home to the famous Broadway bars and an NHL team, but on Monday night, it was home to the CMT Music Awards.
The crowd cheered as Brenden Roder flipped the ball to Colin Kasperbauer at first base during the second game of Ohio’s doubleheader against Toledo on Sunday. After the umpire called the runner out, Roder and Kasperbauer looked at each other and smiled.
Ohio had power in game two of its doubleheader against Toledo. However, it didn’t always have that spark.
Ohio had the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth and with only one out on the board. All it needed was one swift swing of the bat to earn its second walk-off victory of the weekend.
Ohio has a habit of falling behind early and coming back late to win.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria give an update on Ohio sports and discuss the latest with the NFL’s Rooney Rule.
Two years ago, Ohio caught just a glimpse of its 2020 season. The emergence of the coronavirus pandemic wiped away Ohio’s chances of a Mid-American Conference championship before conference play even began. The juniors that year were left with only a taste of what it was like to be upperclassmen with the Bobcats.