Coming off a loss against Western Michigan, Ohio will take on Bowling Green this Friday and Saturday at home. Ohio’s current overall record is 9-10, and Bowling Green is 7-10. The games are at 7 p.m. on Friday and 4 p.m. on Saturday. Friday is youth night, which includes post-game autographs, and Saturday is Ohio’s annual Dig Pink match.
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Volleyball: Ohio secures its first conference win against Akron
Although Ohio (5-7) has lost the past three matches in its season, it has a great chance to get back on track this weekend against Akron (5-6). Last year, Ohio swept Akron, including wins of 3-0 and 3-1. It’s set to be a very competitive game, as both teams are in the Mid-American Conference and have similar records.
Ohio traveled to compete in the Drake Relays and the Mountaineer Twilight this past weekend. It participated in several events across the two meets. Two Bobcats set new records over the weekend.
Following its success at last weekend's Cherry Blossom Invitational, Ohio continued its season in Columbus, competing in several events. The 1500-meter, 5000-meter and 3000-meter steeplechase were the most impressive events for the team this weekend.
Ohio took on its first home meet of the season this weekend. It was a bright and sunny day in Athens and many teams traveled to compete among the cherry blossom trees. Ohio competed in several events, and there was a special senior recognition for those graduating this spring.
Ohio competed in the Duke Invitational this weekend and set a number of new season and personal records. It was one of Ohio’s best meets yet, even with the tough competition. Ohio showed up and placed well in their individual heats. Six runners ran for Ohio and three of them finished with new personal records. The most impressive events for the Bobcats this weekend were the 5000m and the 1500m.
Ohio competed in Cincinnati over the weekend and it turned out to be its best meet yet. The Bobcats showed tremendous improvements in almost every event compared to last weekend's competition at Raleigh Relays. The Bobcats placed in the top ten of almost every event they participated in.
Ohio competed at the Raleigh Relays over the weekend along with many other teams from across the country. The meet was hosted by North Carolina State and was a three-day event with some strong performances for Ohio.
Ohio began its outdoor season over the weekend in Oxford, Ohio, at the Blizzard Buster. The Bobcats were one of many teams that traveled to compete in several events hosted by Miami.