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In four days at Oak Hill, Michael Block, a 46-year-old PGA pro from Mission Viejo California, had his life changed at the PGA Championship. Block gained the attention and admiration of hundreds of thousands of golf fans with his extremely impressive yet relatable golf skills on Thursday in the first round of golf’s second major.
Ohio announced five additions to its football team via Twitter Wednesday, May 17. Ohio added Kwame Sutton, Kaci Seegars, Jared Wheatley, Tristan Cox and Dane Jackson.
Many have theorized the reason for Marvel's downturn. Have the movies always been mediocre? Or have they simply fallen off? I think it’s something in between.
Ohio (32-23, 20-9 Mid-American Conference) couldn't finish its season as it wanted on Saturday when it lost 6-2 in the MAC championship to Miami (37-18, 21-8 MAC).
Ohio (32-22, 20-9 Mid-American Conference) had an up-and-down day with a loss against Miami (36-18, 21-8 Mid-American Conference) and a subsequent win against Central Michigan (29-26, 18-11). Ultimately, Ohio is headed to the MAC Championship series where it will need to beat Miami in back-to-back games to become MAC champions. Here's how it went down:
On a quiet day offensively, Ohio (31-21, 21-9 Mid-American Conference) needed Skipp Miller at her best to beat Central Michigan (28-25, 18-12 Mid-American Conference). Luckily for the Bobcats, Miller had a career day under the pressure of the MAC Tournament. Her efforts, combined with some key offense from Shelby Westler, propelled the Bobcats to a 2-0 win.
The Mid-American Conference announced its softball postseason awards on Wednesday, and six Bobcats were named to All-MAC teams. Additionally, Ohio Coach Jenna Hall was named MAC coach of the year.
Ohio (30-21, 20-9 Mid-American Conference) had a chance of being regular season Mid-American Conference champions at stake in its 3-0 loss against Buffalo (14-36, 8-18 Mid-American Conference).
Ohio's (30-20, 20-8 Mid-American Conference) path to No. 1 in the MAC tournament wasn't an easy one coming into the weekend, and a 5-3 loss to Buffalo (13-36, 7-18 Mid-American Conference) in game 1 ended its chances of hosting the tournament. However, considering the Bobcats' gloomy outlook headed into game 2 and their porous start in game 2, the Bobcats can hold their heads high following their performance in the doubleheader.
Ohio (26-19, 16-7 Mid-American Conference) has an opportunity to gain ground on the MAC's leaders this weekend during its road series against Western Michigan (16-23, 10-10 MAC). Ohio is in the midst of a three-team race for the MAC's No. 1 seed with Central Michigan and Miami.
After over a week of rest, Ohio's (25-18, 15-6 Mid-American Conference) offense wasn't as sharp as normal early in its 2-1 win over Toledo (18-23, 11-12 MAC).
After the dust has fallen in Ohio's (24-18, 14-6 Mid-American Conference) bye week, Ohio has found itself tied atop the MAC with two other foes. Ohio will need a strong series against Toledo (18-22, 11-11 MAC) to keep up with Miami and Central Michigan.
At 2:30 a.m., I awoke to my soaking wet bed. Immediately a thought came to me: either my 15-year battle with bed-wetting had restarted or I was profusely sweating. A quick taste test told me it was sweat, and as my eyes crept open a snowy white owl flew past my window. Snowy owl? Swamp creature? A higher power was trying to tell me something. I checked Twitter as soon as I could and saw it: a live-action “Harry Potter” coming in the form of a Max Original TV series between 2025 and 2026. Just as overwhelming excitement took hold of me, I refocused.
Early in the morning in the small village of Baltimore, Ohio, 4-year-old Reagan Farmer could be seen knocking on doors and passing out leaflets for different campaigns. Growing up as the daughter of a campaign worker, Ohio infielder Farmer loved the day-to-day work of hanging up yard signs or going door-to-door to support different candidates.
Ohio (23-17, 13-5 Mid-American Conference) didn't need pitcher Kylie Coffelt to retire the first eight hitters she faced in Ohio's 16-2 blowout win over Kent State, but she did anyway.
When Olivia Rodrigo burst onto the scene with the fastest growing song in Spotify history, I, like most males my age, judged a book by its cover and wrote her off. I thought “Driver’s License” was another radio-friendly, sappy song with no real meaning. Then Rodrigo posted a TikTok wearing a shirt with my idol Kurt Cobain’s face on it, and I fell in love.
Ohio (21-16, 11-4 Mid-American Conference) is looking for a bounce-back series this week against Kent State (9-23, 4-6 Mid-American Conference). After Ohio had its 10-game winning streak snapped with two losses at Central Michigan, it will need to expand its lead over the rest of the conference.
Yaya Felder announced Thursday that she will transfer to Baylor next season. Felder spent two seasons with Ohio.
On a lazy afternoon when Ohio pitcher Skipp Miller isn't striking out opponents on the diamond, she can be found hanging out with friends, watching movies or crocheting. Most people, including Miller's teammates, would only expect the elderly to pass their time creating textiles with hooks, but Miller has made an impressive career out of defying expectations.
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