A third round tied for third-best in Ohio history propelled the Bobcats to a second-place finish at the Lady Colonel Classic in Richmond, Kentucky, and, for the first time all season, there was a new golfer with the low score.
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Coming off its lowest-scoring tournament of the season, Ohio heads to Richmond, Kentucky, this weekend for the 2017 Lady Colonel Classic hosted by Eastern Kentucky at the University Club at Arlington.
A bright future may be in store for Ohio after ending its streak of three straight sixth-place finishes at the Mid-American Championships.
Ohio tied for 16th this past weekend at the Rio Verde Collegiate Invitational in Rio Verde, Arizona with solid second and third rounds at the Rio Verde Country Club hosted by Western Michigan.
All four Ohio seniors had only seen sixth-place finishes at the Mid-American Conference Championships prior to this past weekend.
Ohio hoped to end its two-game losing streak Wednesday, but Ohio (18-8, 9-6 Mid-American Conference) extended that streak to three games after losing 65-54 to Buffalo (19-7, 9-6 MAC).
Ohio will go to the Mid-American Championships in Oxford, Ohio from Feb. 22-25 looking to end its streak of three consecutive sixth-place finishes, as well as win for the first time since 2011.
Ohio opened the spring season with an eight-place finish at the two-day Mid-American Match Play Challenge in Bradenton, Florida.
Only the Mid-American Conference Championships are left on Ohio’s calendar, and they will give the Bobcats an opportunity to show their growth.
This season hasn't gone as planned, a new coach meant new standards and expectations.
For most swimmers, the NCAA Championships are the farthest they will ever reach in their swim career.
In the final dual meet of the season, Ohio beat a Mid-American Conference opponent for the first time this season in a 188-71 win over Toledo on Saturday at the Aquatic Center. The Bobcats finished in first-place in every event.
It's the final dual-meet of the season for Ohio, as the it will take on Mid-American Conference foe Toledo on Saturday.
Ohio dominated for the second straight meet, losing only one event on its way to wins over Duquesne, 160-97, and Xavier, 177-78, on Saturday at home.
Ohio will host Duquesne and Xavier this Saturday in a double-dual meet at 1 p.m. for the second of three home meets in January.
The Ohio diving team walked away from a four-team meet in Buffalo, N.Y with one first-place finish this past weekend.
The Swim and Dive team opened the new year Jan. 7 with a dominating performance in Athens over Denison — 192.5-104.5 — with first-place finishes in thirteen of the sixteen events including three by freshman Mikayla Herich. The win
Ohio lost its third straight dual meet to end the fall season, this time against Marshall, 173 -127 on Friday evening.
Ohio will to Marshall for its final meet of 2016 and looking to end the year with a second dual-meet win this season.
Ohio came away from the three-day Louisville Invitational in Louisville, Kentucky without a single first-place finish, but is still encouraged by the results.