Ohio will be without another one of its 2022-23 contributors next year. Guard Kendall Hale announced via an Instagram post that she is medically retiring from Basketball. Hale played for the Bobcats for three years.
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Ohio had its first mid-week series of the season against Akron and was more than ready for the challenge. Ohio won every game by at least three runs and had two different pitchers start and finish games.
It has come to my attention that I don’t have a dashing headshot like some other opinion writers. So, I took the liberty of leveling the playing field. Until I have one, imagine a mirror selfie in which I’m wearing nothing but a pair of ripped jeans and some aviators. Stay tuned for more updates.
For most coaches, their first head coaching job is special, but uncharted territory. For current Ohio coach Jenna Hall, a reunion with Ohio after four years as an assistant was the best job she could've asked for.
Ohio (10-14, 1-2 Mid-American Conference) didn't get off to the start it wanted in MAC play, but it will look to bounce back against in-state foe Bowling Green (8-15, 1-2 MAC).
Ohio may be without its star play in 2023-24. Guard Yaya Felder announced via an Instagram post on Thursday that she had entered the transfer portal.
The cast and crew that worked on the Harry Potter movie series are to the best of my knowledge not transphobic, but J. K. Rowling is transphobic and that is wrong. Despite this, Rowling’s transphobia is independent from the work that the cast and crew put into the eight-movie series.
Ohio guard Yaya Felder finished the season as the Mid-American Conference's leading scorer, third in assists per game, third in steals per game, eighth in field goal percentage, 16th and 17th in 3-point percentage and free throw percentage, respectively and 25th in rebounds per game.
Ohio (6-22, 4-13 Mid-American Conference) has taken a lead into halftime in its last two games but has nothing to show for it.
Ohio had a disappointing weekend at the Camel Stampede Tournament. After a four-game slate against some difficult competition, the Bobcats will most likely come home unsatisfied after winning one of four games.
Ohio's (6-21, 4-12 Mid-American Conference) offense struggled in its 68-49 defeat to Western Michigan.
Ohio (6-20, 4-11 Mid-American Conference) is looking for a bounce back win against Western Michigan (10-16, 5-10 MAC) on Saturday.
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The positive energy that Ohio has been playing with halted on Wednesday night after its 82-56 defeat against in-state rival Kent State (18-8, 10-5 Mid-American Conference).
Basketball is always more fun to Jaya McClure when it is a family affair.
Felder’s improvements have made her Ohio’s standout and leader.
After starting out the year 0-9 in its first nine home games, Ohio (6-19, 4-10 Mid-American Conference) has won its last two home games with a win over Central Michigan (6-19, 4-10 MAC) on Saturday.
Ohio (5-18, 3-9 Mid-American Conference) finally picked up its first home win of the season Saturday, but if it wants to start a winning streak it will have to avenge its loss against Ball State (21-4, 11-1 MAC).
Women's Basketball: Yaya Felder's game winning layup gives Ohio 72-71 victory over Northern Illinois
Ohio's (5-18, 3-9 Mid-American Conference) first home win of the season on Saturday came right down to the wire against Northern Illinois (12-11, 4-8 MAC). Yaya Felder had 15 points for the Bobcats in the fourth quarter, and the Bobcats needed all of them in their 72-71 win.
Ohio's (4-18, 2-9 Mid-American Conference) game on Wednesday night showed it has a long way to go if it wants to be among the best teams in the conference. After a competitive first quarter, Bowling Green (21-2, 10-1 MAC) dismantled Ohio.