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Ohio’s regular season has ended and now it will wrestle for the Mid-American Conference Championship this weekend. Ohio ended the regular season with a 9-8 record and a 5-4 record in the MAC.
Ohio entered its match against Utah Valley looking to right the ship after losing its last two duals. While the match was closer than the Bobcats expected, they were still able to pull out the 18-17 victory.
Jordan Earnest has developed into one of Ohio’s most reliable wrestlers this season, but his accession did not come naturally. Earnest’s strong work ethic that originates from his high school days have helped him improve with every bout.
Ohio (6-6, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) is coming off its first home duals since Nov. 10. The Bobcats split the weekend duals, losing to Central Michigan 25-15 on Jan. 31 and defeating Bloomsburg University 28-9 on Feb. 2. This weekend, the Bobcats face two tough opponents of Northern Illinois and South Dakota State.
After its three-dual win streak was snapped on Friday night to Central Michigan, Ohio came into its matchup against Mid-American Conference foe Bloomsburg looking to get back over .500 in the MAC.
Ohio entered Friday night with the hopes of winning its fourth straight dual. It had multiple chances to do just that, yet it lost to Central Michigan 25-15 in an up-and-down dual.
Alec Hagan has been one of Ohio’s best and most consistent wrestlers this season. He is no stranger to dominance as he has been extremely successful his entire career, dating back to high school.
Ohio (4-5, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) is coming off a strong weekend after it got its first two victories in the MAC. The Bobcats defeated Kent State 26-17 and followed that up with a 19-13 victory against Cleveland State.
Ohio began its road trip with the intentions of claiming its first win in the Mid-American Conference. After a loss to Missouri to begin the road trip, the Bobcats looked to bounce back with two victories this weekend.
Ohio (2-4, 0-1 Mid-American Conference) is coming off its worst loss of the season when it faced Oklahoma last Sunday. The Bobcats have a shot at redemption Friday when they face No. 25 Missouri in their second MAC dual of the season.
Ohio came into its match against Oklahoma looking to start the decade off right with an upset win against the No. 23 team in the nation. The Bobcats struggled to get anything going, as they fell 35-6 to the Sooners.
Ohio (2-3, 0-1 Mid-American Conference) is preparing to compete in its third tournament this season. The Bobcats placed sixth in their last tournament and hope to continue their success in the Midlands Classic this weekend in Chicago.
After nearly three weeks off, the Bobcats came into their dual ready to get back onto the mat and turn their season around.
Ohio (1-2, 0-1 Mid-American Conference) begins December with a trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to face Chattanooga in its fourth dual meet of the season. It will be Ohio’s third road dual.
Ohio traveled to Annapolis, Maryland, to compete in the Navy Classic. It was its second day-long tournament of the season.
Ohio has two matches this weekend as it takes on Edinboro and Long Island in the Boro Duals. Ohio’s matchup against Edinboro will be its first Mid-American Conference meet of the year.
Ohio looked to continue its success after it had a solid weekend at the Michigan State Open Tournament on Nov. 2, when it welcomed No. 21 Campbell in its first dual meet of the season.
Ohio entered the Mid-American Conference Tournament coming of its best season since 2011. Ohio also hoped to gain a win in back-to-back years in the MAC Tournament.
The Mid-American Conference Tournament has begun, and Ohio is the third seed after completing the program’s most successful season since 2011.
Weslee Littlefield has handled the change in competition from high school to college in her freshman year with ease.