Ohio continued its winning ways Tuesday night after it defeated Western Michigan 73-61 in The Convo.
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Ohio began its Mid-American Conference schedule over a month ago in Kalamazoo, Michigan, when it played Western Michigan. Between various injuries, ailments and illnesses, the Bobcats lost the contest, 77-65.
Ohio’s starting five took one last look to the crowd as the standing ovation from the Ohio faithful roared throughout The Convo.
Nathan Rourke stood on the deck outside of the Allen Noble Hall of Fame in the southwest corner of Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho.
Let’s start off with the good.
Ohio lost its fourth consecutive game and seventh conference game on Saturday in a 65-54 final at Ball State.
Ohio is in the midst of a three-game losing streak, and it hopes to end that skid when it travels to Muncie, Indiana, for a Mid-American Conference game against Ball State.
Ben Vander Plas sat on the bench with an expressionless face and watched as his team tried countering every move Akron threw its way.
Ohio lost its second consecutive and fifth overall Mid-American Conference game after a 88-86 bout against Akron on Saturday in The Convo.
If you look at the four losses in the Bobcats’ Mid-American Conference record, you wouldn’t be surprised at who they came from.
Just five games into the Mid-American Conference schedule, Ohio already is faced with its first rematch of the year when it will travel to Ypsilanti, Michigan, to play Eastern Michigan.
For roughly four weeks, The Convo was nearly empty. Aside from the hundreds of fans and parents, the likes of Jason Preston, Jordan Dartis, Erica Johnson, Amani Burke and others competed in games with impressive shots, passes, dunks and wins.
Ohio lost its second consecutive game of the Mid-American Conference season after a 76-73 loss at Buffalo.
After a disappointing home loss to Bowling Green on Jan. 10, Ohio returns to the hardwood when it travels to Buffalo for its fourth Mid-American Conference game of the season and the second MAC East Division game.
Ohio lost to Bowling Green 83-74 Saturday afternoon in The Convo in a Mid-American Conference East Division game.
Jordan Dartis caught the ball on the swing pass, and with his feet firmly set on the floor, the fifth-year senior didn’t even blink.
Ohio defeated Eastern Michigan 74-68 in its Mid-American Conference home opener Tuesday night in The Convo.
Ohio will host Eastern Michigan on Tuesday in The Convo for its first Mid-American Conference home game of the season.
Ohio opened its Mid-American Conference portion of the schedule with a 77-65 loss on the road to Western Michigan.
BOISE, Idaho – Well, they’ve done it again.