Ohio (0-3, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) knew it would have to play sensational to upset No. 8 Ohio State (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten), but Ohio's turnover plagued first half cost it any chance of winning the game as it lost 86-56 Thursday.
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Ohio (19-10, 13-5 Mid-American Conference) saved one of its best performances for its last match of the regular season.
Ohio (0-2, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) will have to pull off a near miracle to upset No. 8 Ohio State (2-0, 0-0 Big Ten). Ohio has lost two close games to start the season, including a one-point loss to Longwood in its last game.
Ohio's regular season will come to a close Wednesday when it takes on Kent State.
Ohio (18-10, 12-5 Mid-American Conference) had one opportunity to surpass Ball State in the MAC standings, but Ball State (22-7, 14-3 MAC) showed why it is currently on pace to be the No. 1 seed in the MAC Tournament.
Ohio (18-9, 12-4 Mid-American Conference) played its best match of the year at the perfect time. Not only did it snap Ball State's (21-7, 13-3 MAC) 13-match winning streak to pull within one match of first place in the conference, but Ohio did it with relative ease.
Ohio's (17-9, 11-4 Mid-American Conference) entire regular season has led to this crucial two match series against first-place Ball State (21-6, 13-2 MAC). Because of its strong play throughout conference play, the Bobcats have all but punched their ticket to the MAC tournament. The only question that remains is how many matches the Bobcats will have to play in the MAC tournament, and who they will have to play.
Ohio (0-1,0-0 Mid-American Conference) will look to bounce back from its disappointing season opener with a road game against Longwood (0-1, 0-0 Big South). Thursday's game against Longwood will be Ohio's first game of the season on the road. Last year Ohio went 1-3 on the road in the nonconference play and 5-9 on the road overall.
It was a long road for Caitlyn Kroll to get back on the basketball court. After COVID-19 limited her ability to play at the end of the 2020-21 season, and an injury kept her out of the entire 2021-22 season, Kroll had been away from the Bobcats for a very long time.
Ohio will begin a new season Monday when it takes on Long Island University in The Convo. After a disappointing finish to the 2021-22 season, Ohio is excited to have a fresh start, and it has a golden opportunity to start the season on the right foot. LIU didn't win a single game in its nonconference slate last year and was projected to finish seventh in the Northeastern Conference Women's Basketball Preseason Coaches Poll.
Ohio’s 2022-23 team is full of new faces and new obstacles. The 2021-22 Ohio team was one of the most highly anticipated teams under head coach Bob Boldon, but, like other recent Ohio teams, it fell short of its ultimate goal and lost in the Mid-American Conference tournament.
It was a big ask for Ohio to come out of Toledo unscathed. Toledo is a very good team with a lot to play for, especially in its last two home matches of the season. In addition, Toledo is in a three-way tie for fourth in the Mid-American Conference and knew its chances at MAC Tournament berth would be at risk with two losses against Ohio.
In the last two weeks Ohio (16-8, 10-3 Mid-American Conference) has played its best volleyball of the season. Ohio has won six straight matches, and its strong play has given itself a serious chance to finish first place in the MAC. If Ohio can finish conference play with the best conference record, the MAC tournament will be played in front of Ohio's fans in the Convo.
The month of October is coming to an end, but Ohio (16-8, 10-3 Mid-American Conference) won't want it to. After picking up two home wins on Friday and Saturday over Western Michigan (14-11, 6-7 MAC) and Northern Illinois (14-9, 7-6 MAC), Ohio moved its record to 8-2 in the month of October and ended the month by winning its last six matches.
Ohio (14-8, 8-3 Mid-American Conference) is back at home Friday and Saturday to take on two strong MAC opponents in Western Michigan (13-10, 5-6 MAC) and Northern Illinois (14-7, 7-4 MAC).
Ohio (14-8, 8-3 Mid-American Conference) dominated its two-match series against Akron (5-17, 2-9 MAC) Friday and Saturday to improve its standing within the MAC. Ohio won the first match in three sets and backed up its performance on Saturday with a four-set win.
Ohio (12-8, 6-3 Mid-American Conference) will go on the road to face off against Akron (5-15, 2-7 MAC) this weekend. Ohio is officially midway through its conference slate, and it is right in the thick of the race for a spot in the MAC tournament.
Ohio (12-8, 6-3 Mid-American Conference) came away with yet another five-set victory Tuesday, holding off a comeback attempt from in-state rival Kent State (12-8, 3-6 MAC). The win pushes Ohio to 6-3 in the MAC, and was their second straight victory in five sets. Tuesday's match was also Ohio's third straight that went to a fifth set.
Ohio (11-8, 5-3 Mid-American Conference) is back on the road this week as it looks to better its conference record against Kent State (12-7, 3-5 MAC).
On Friday, Ohio suffered one of its most heartbreaking losses of the season. On Saturday, it flipped the script and came back from a 2-1 deficit to beat Buffalo 3-2 at home.