When coach Bob Boldon was asked what he’s going to miss most about his first full recruiting class, he took a deep breath and gathered his thoughts.
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For the first time since coach Bob Boldon’s first year at Ohio, there’s going to be a new Mid-American Conference regular season champion.
At this time last year, Ohio was sitting atop the Mid-American Conference and MAC East Division with one loss — against Buffalo — and preparing for redemption later in the week.
KENT — Coach Bob Boldon doesn't like to remember his first season at Ohio.
KENT — After having a career game a week ago, Kelly Karlis was one basket away from giving her team a little momentum with under a minute left in the game. To end regulation, Karlis made a game tying layup with 0.2 seconds left. She was tasked once again to be the savior for the Bobcats.
Kelly Karlis was hanging around the left wing with just over three minutes left in the game. Ohio had just surrendered the lead for the first time since the six minute mark in the second quarter.
It’s been a while since coach Bob Boldon played a consistent zone defense. To be exact, almost three years.
Through three quarters, it looked like Quiera Lampkins was going to rely on the rest of her team to carry the scoring load against Central Michigan. But halfway through the fourth quarter with her team down, Lampkins decided she wanted to take over this time.
OXFORD — The Bobcats didn't need a dominant scoring performance from Quiera Lampkins to win. Hannah Boesinger proved that Saturday.
Women's Basketball: Bench is going to be crucial with uncertainty of extent of Weatherspoon's injury
When the starting lineup is chosen, it's generally based on who the best five players are to start the game strong.
Women's Basketball: Katie Barker and Hannah Boesinger collectively score 31 points, lead Ohio to third-straight win
Quiera Lampkins didn’t have a lot of pressure on her tonight.
Women's Basketball: After strong defensive week, Ohio continues to fix the defensive inconsistencies
Simply put, Ohio's defense has struggled this year.
For the fourth time this season, Quiera Lampkins was recognized as Mid-American Conference East Player of the Week on Tuesday afternoon.
When the buzzer sounded at halftime and the players walked to the locker room, coach Bob Boldon took a detour.
Defense has been a blaring problem for Ohio this year.
With 2.7 seconds left in the third quarter, Akron turned the ball over. That turned into a Kelly Karlis 3-pointer as time expired, which extended Ohio’s lead to 10 going into the final quarter.
Out of halftime, Ohio only had four players with a field goal; Quiera Lampkins, Amanie Burke, Dominic Doseck and Katie Barker — only one starter.
Hours after being announced Mid-American Conference East Player of the Week for the second-straight week, Quiera Lampkins needed to repeat her recent success against Big Ten competitor, Michigan.
After consecutive double-double games, Quiera Lampkins earned herself a second-straight Mid-American Conference East Player of the Week award Tuesday morning.
Quiera Lampkins made sure Ohio would remain undefeated and continue its strongest start since she's been here.