On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria wrap up the year.
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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.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly give a quick update on Ohio sports and take a stab at filling out their own women's March Madness bracket.
All good things must come to an end.
Hockey: Numbers to know from Ohio's 7-1 loss to Adrian in the third round of the American Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament
Ohio survived its first two games in the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Tournament, but all hopes of continuing its run for a national championship fell short in the third round against Adrian. The Bobcats found themselves struggling to create opportunities in the 7-1 loss, and Adrian did not hold back fighting for its chance at moving on in the tournament.
It took three attempts, but No. 15 Ohio finally defeated No. 18 Niagara 7-3 in the first round of the American Collegiate Hockey Association national tournament on Thursday.
Ohio finally snapped its losing streak.
It’s officially playoff time for Ohio.
Ohio hit the road for its final away series to wrap up the regular season. It traveled to Illinois with hopes to finish on a positive note before heading into the playoffs.
On this special episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria talk to Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan about the Olympics and more women in sports.
Ohio wrapped up its home schedule with a game against Liberty at Bird Arena on Saturday night. The Bobcats were in dire need of a win after losing eight of their last nine games. However, they’re still waiting on a win after losing 4-3 in a shootout.
After its series against Lindenwood was canceled due to inclement weather, Ohio is preparing for its final home stand of the season.
Ohio knew its series against Lindenwood wasn’t going to be easy. Lindenwood is the No. 1 team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and hasn’t lost a game all season. Ohio, who is ranked No. 15, needed to be on the top of its game in order to pull out a win.
Ohio finally snapped its losing streak. Despite suffering its fifth-straight loss last Friday, it pulled off an upset win against Iowa State on Saturday to end its previous road trip on a high note.
On the season two premiere of ‘Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly give an update on Ohio sports and discuss their favorite women in sports moments from over break.
Phil Angervil is no stranger to the ice. His mother enrolled him in a league at 3 years old to burn off his extra energy. Her early influence sparked a passion in Angervil and, little did they know, hockey would build him priceless connections for years to come.
Ohio ended its month-long break when it hosted Stony Brook in Bird Arena on Friday night. But that month away from the ice proved to be Ohio’s downfall. It fell behind early due to costly mistakes, and it left Bird Arena with a 5-2 loss.
After its series against Drexel was canceled and over a month off from its schedule, Ohio returns to Bird Arena for a series against Stony Brook. The Bobcats went into their long break following two overtime losses against Niagara in early December.
On this week’s episode, hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly discuss current events in college football and other news.
Ohio faced a familiar feeling after losing in overtime to Niagara for the second night in a row. But its loss on Saturday was different: It stung. Ohio blew a three-goal lead in the third period and was beaten in overtime for a 4-3 loss.