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Ohio fell short of first place in the Golfweek Any Given Tuesday Intercollegiate, but it took a massive step toward competitive success.
Ohio will continue its spring schedule on Monday when it travels to Pawleys Island, South Carolina, to compete in the Golfweek Any Given Tuesday Intercollegiate. The event will be Ohio's first tournament in almost three weeks.
In the span of two weeks between late January and early February, three Ohio runners broke four program records that had stood for years. On Jan. 29, Josh Park shattered the program record for the indoor 5000-meter event by 10 seconds. He'd break another record two weeks later after running the indoor 3000-meter event in 8:11.35.
Athens (9-16, 6-6 Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio) needed its best effort Friday night to have any chance to upset No.1 seeded Waverly (19-4) in the Division II Southeast 1 sectional finals. However, Athens was outmatched by the No. 1 team and was dominated 77-48.
Athens (7-14, 6-6 Tri-Valley Conference) will attempt to survive and advance in the first game of the playoffs when it takes on Circleville (6-16, 3-11 Mid-State-Buckeye) Tuesday night.
Despite putting up another strong first half performance, Athens (7-14, 6-6 Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio) ran out of steam Saturday night in in its 59-42 loss to Trimble (17-0, 9-0 Tri-Valley Conference-Hocking). Athens was playing its fourth game in five days, and it couldn't keep up against the top team in the TVC-Hocking.
Athens' (7-13 6-6 Tri-Valley Conference) abysmal second half performance cost it a season sweep to rival Alexander (12-8, 8-2 TVC) on Friday night. Athens held Alexander's Kyler D'Augustino to one field goal in the first half, but Alexander gained as Athens let loose. By the end of the second half, Athens had lost 57-46.
For the first time this season, Athens has a winning record in the Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio. Its 55-43 victory over Nelsonville-York extended its winning streak to four games and breathed life into Athens in the final stretch of its regular season schedule.
Athens will play in its final home game of the regular season when it takes on River Valley on Tuesday.
Athens (5-12, 4-5 Tri-Valley Conference) has been playing its best basketball this season after scooping up back-to-back wins against River Valley and Meigs. However, to keep its winning streak afloat, Athens will have to pick up its second road win of the season when it travels to face Nelsonville-York (6-14, 1-9 TVC).
Athens delivered a stellar performance when it upset Meigs 61-46 Tuesday night.
Athens dropped its third-straight game after suffering a 46-32 loss to Vinton County on Friday.
Athens (3-10, 2-3 Tri-Valley Conference) is on the road again as it looks to get back on track against conference foe Wellston (6-6, 2-3 TVC). Athens will look to bounce back from its last game against Logan, where it fell 47-34.
Athens (3-11, 2-4 Tri-Valley Conference) got out to a hot start in its game against Logan (8-6) on Friday night. It hit two quick 3-pointers to forge an early lead. However, its strong play didn’t last much longer. Multiple turnovers and Athens’ poor defensive rebounding gave Logan the lead, and it never looked back. Logan took home a 47-34 win to leave Athens winless on the road.
Athens (3-9, 2-3 Tri-Valley Conference) is rested up after its game against Logan Elm was postponed on Tuesday. It will look to pick up its first win streak of the season when it takes on Logan (7-6) Friday night.
In her freshman season, Tria McLean played in just six matches and served a backseat role for Ohio. Her sophomore season, however, was a different story. McLean is playing a more prominent role as Ohio’s setter and has been named the Mid-American Conference East Division Setter of the Week three times in the same season.
It’s do or die time for Ohio as it enters the Mid-American Conference Tournament, where a loss will send it home.
Ohio’s performance missed the mark Wednesday night after it lost to Kent State 3-1 on the road.
Ohio had to play a near perfect match to beat first-place Bowling Green on Friday night, but it wasn’t close to good enough. Instead, the Bobcats fell 3-0 to the Falcons at The Convo in the first contest of a two-match series.
Ohio will play its final home series of the season when it hosts Mid-American Conference East Division leader Bowling Green over the weekend in The Convo.