Ohio (4-17, 2-8 Mid-American Conference) is still trying to pick up its first home win of the season, but first place Bowling Green (20-2, 9-1 MAC) will not make Ohio's job easy.
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Ohio (4-17, 2-8 Mid-American Conference) looked like it had no chance to upset Toledo (17-4, 8-2 MAC) when it trailed by 11 at halftime on Saturday. But Ohio was able to give Toledo a scare before ultimately falling 66-55.
Ohio (3-16, 1-7 Mid-American Conference) is looking to pick up some steam with a win over Eastern Michigan (11-8, 3-5 MAC).
Ohio (3-16, 1-7 Mid-American Conference) had a tall task against first-place Ball State (17-4, 7-1 MAC) on Saturday. Ohio's offensive attack was up to the task in the first half, but Ball State showed why it sits atop the standings and ran away with the game in the second half.
Yaya Felder became just the third player in Ohio women's basketball history to score 40 points in a single game on Wednesday night. Despite Felder's historic performance, Ohio (3-15, 1-6 Mid-American Conference) lost 69-66 to Central Michigan (4-14, 2-5 MAC).
Ohio (3-14, 1-5 Mid-American Conference) picked up its first MAC win of the season Saturday, 84-73, when it avoided an epic collapse against Miami (7-12, 2-4 MAC).
Ohio (2-14, 0-5 Mid-American Conference) played with energy and physicality to take a lead into halftime, but as the game continued fatigue kicked in, and Western Michigan (8-8, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) made Ohio pay. Western Michigan left The Convo with a 68-57 win.
Ohio (2-13, 0-4 Mid-American Conference) will look to end its nine-game losing streak when it takes on Western Michigan (7-8, 2-2 MAC) in The Convo Wednesday. The Bobcats are hoping for their first win in the MAC and their first home victory this season.
Ohio (2-13, 0-4 Mid-American Conference) couldn't complete its comeback in the second half against NIU (10-5, 2-2 MAC) on Saturday and lost its ninth straight game.
Ohio (2-12, 0-3 Mid-American Conference) came into Wednesday night's game against Buffalo (7-5, 2-1 Mid-American Conference) in desperate need of a win, but a five-and-a-half minute span in the fourth quarter where Ohio was held scoreless led to its eighth-straight loss at 69-64.
Ohio's (2-9, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) nonconference schedule is over, and it couldn't have gone much worse. Ohio finished its nonconference slate with five-straight losses, including its most recent 81-59 defeat at the hands of Columbia (11-2, 0-0 Ivy League).
Ohio (2-8, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) lost its fourth-straight game Wednesday against Kentucky (8-4, 0-0 Southeastern Conference) 95-86.
Ohio (2-6, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) was blown out Tuesday by Cincinnati (6-5, 0-0 American Athletic Conference). After an11-day break since its last game against George Washington, Ohio probably hoped for a better result than its 77-44 loss.
Ohio's (20-12, 13-5 Mid-American Conference) season has officially come to an end after a loss in the second round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship to Xavier (21-11, 11-7 Big East).
Ohio's first postseason match since 2015, excluding Mid-American Conference Tournament matches, couldn't have gone much better.
Ohio (2-4, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) will finally wrap up its road trip when it travels to Washington D.C. to take on George Washington (4-4, 0-0 Atlantic 10). Ohio's road trip has only been three games, but the growth Ohio has shown has been immeasurable. Ohio came into the road trip having lost its first three games, including its first two home games, and after a tough loss to IUPUI it seemed as if things weren't getting much better.
Ohio's season is still alive.
Ohio (1-4, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) finally got in the win column on Saturday, and will now look to make it two straight wins when it takes on Dayton (0-6, 0-0 Atlantic 10). Ohio probably hasn't had the start to the season that it would've liked, but it has looked better and better as the season progresses, and Tuesday's game against winless Dayton provides Ohio with an opportunity to pick up its second straight win.
Ohio (19-11, 13-6 Mid-American Conference) had a storied and successful season, but it is now over after a loss in the first round of the MAC Tournament to Buffalo (19-12, 11-8 MAC).
It's been an ugly start to the year for Ohio (0-4,0-0 Mid-American Conference), and on Sunday it only got uglier.