The American Collegiate Hockey Association released its preseason top 25 Thursday, and the Bobcats were ranked No. 2.
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Every year at this time I feel like a general manager to a professional football team.
Brace yourself, college football season is here.
When the Ohio Bobcats take the ice on Sept. 15 for their intra-squad scrimmage, Tim Thurnau will be among the new players to grace the green and white for the first time.
The Bobcats will compete all fall long.
This past Thursday, coach Sean Hogan released Ohio’s game schedule for its 60th season as a program.
Ohio got a big recruit.
From the age of three, Zach Frank has been in skates.
It didn't take long for a Bobcat to join hockey in the desert.
Wearing a dress shirt and slacks, coach Joel Greenlee is red in the face, his famous mustache curled over his lip.
The question at the beginning of the 2016-17 season for the Bobcats was a fairly simple one: Who was going to step up and replace a decorated senior class?
Coach Joel Greenlee will cap off his 20th season at the helm of the Bobcats by being inducted into the Iowa Wrestling Hall of Fame.
When the sound of the final whistle blew and the referee took the hand of the winner, in this case, Darian Cruz from Lehigh, it signaled the end of the season for Shakur Laney and the rest of the Bobcats.
Thursday, Ohio will send three wrestlers to compete in the annual NCAA Championships hosted in St. Louis. Sophomore Shakur Laney, redshirt sophomore Zack Parker and redshirt junior Noah Forrider are competing.
Shakur Laney gave himself one mission for this year's Mid-American Conference Championships: “dominate." And dominate he did.
Of the 10 Bobcats wrestling in the annual Mid-American Conference Championships, they'll all look to achieve a feat that hasn’t happened in two years — the prestige of being crowned a MAC champion.
Ohio not only had one last dual meet before postseason play began, it was also the last meet at The Convo for the Bobcats' two seniors, KeVon Powell and Joel Shump.
This weekend will mark the end of two Bobcats' wrestling careers in KeVon Powell and Joel Shump.
Despite its best efforts, Ohio was unable to shake off host Gardner-Webb on Sunday, losing 24-12 and dropping its second of two duals on the road this weekend.
The Bobcats won the last match of the evening to tie up the team score at 18. Ohio had done everything it could do. But it wasn't enough.