Ohio found its groove this past weekend as it swept Akron, stopping a four-game losing streak.
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Ohio’s entered a recent slumber. It has lost four consecutive games, most recently a 1-0 home loss to Kent State. In part of the Bobcats recent struggles are their inability to generate any offense, which is atypical as they’re know to bring in the runs.
What was an explosive March has turned into a slumbering April as Ohio lost 1-0 to Kent State on Wednesday.
On this week’s “Leaving at Halftime,” host Matt Parker is joined by Post baseball beat writers Anthony Poisal and Scott Thomas. The trio discussed how the Bobcats have fared on the diamond this season.
Austin Conrad was exhausted as he ripped off his helmet and sprayed himself in the face with a Gatorade bottle. He had just finished a drill at Walter Fieldhouse.
Ohio’s put up some impressive numbers in its last four seasons. It has tallied well over 100 home runs, its had a winning percentage of above .600 and it has won a Mid-American Conference title.
Senior forward Bryan Lubin signed an amateur tryout agreement Tuesday with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Host Matt Parker is joined by Post softball beat writers J.L. Kirven and Tyler Johnson. The trio discussed how the Bobcats have performed in their post-tournament season schedule.
Ohio will be on the road for the first time since early March when it travels to Kent State for a mid-week Mid-American Conference doubleheader.
Madi McCrady threw the ball into her glove and turned her back to the field.
Ohio will return to Mid-American Conference play this weekend as it hosts Northern Illinois, starting Friday with a doubleheader and a single game on Saturday. Originally, the schedule had the single and doubleheader switched, but because of expected inclement weather, the series was changed.
Morgan Geno tapped home plate with her bat and raised her right arm slightly above her head.
After a successful home opening series against conference rival Bowling Green, Ohio will host Northern Kentucky on Tuesday in a mid-week nonconference game.
Grant Hazel and coach Sean Hogan hugged it out at center ice for one last time.
Ohio defeated Bowling Green 7-2 on Friday to open up its Mid-American Conference schedule with a win.
The class of 2019 is one that has featured many key players over the last four seasons for Ohio. This article is a part of a larger series that The Post will conduct on all seven members of the senior class.
Ohio will face off against UNLV in its first game of the American Collegiate Hockey Association on March 22 in Frisco, Texas.
Ohio will open up Mid-American Conference play when it hosts Bowling Green for a single game Friday and a doubleheader Saturday.
Host Matt Parker is joined by Post Assistant Sports Editor Pete Nakos to discuss the hiring of Jeff Boals, the Bobcats’ new men’s basketball coach.
All season long, players and coaches at Ohio have stressed that the only thing that matters is winning championships. On Sunday, they came up just short of its goal.