Editor’s Note: This is the first in a five-part series about Ohio Athletics personnel in their fourth years at Ohio University.
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Tommy Freeman has always hit shots far from the basket. Starting today, he will start playing the game he loves far from home.
Veteran linemen on both sides of the ball anchored an otherwise inexperienced Bobcat squad in their season opening win Saturday.
Note: This is an update of an earlier story that said Joseph Cherico was arrested. He was not arrested but only fined.
Ohio Athletics has hired a new assistant athletics director for media relations.
A former Bobcat coach has been dismissed from his job managing the United States men's national soccer team.
Those close to the game say college football is a 12-month sport spent preparing for 12 games in the fall. In that cyclical cyclone, July is the eye of the hurricane.
The head of Ohio Athletic’s Media Relations department is stepping down to take a similar position for another school that wears green and white.
An Ohio University football player is no longer on the team after being charged with three counts of assault and allegedly possessing marijuana.
Unlike most Facebook users, a former Ohio basketball standout will get paid for what she does in Farmville — Farmville, Va., that is.
A fire at a South Green residence hall led students to evacuate the building as smoke filled the ground floor early Friday morning.
A number of Mid-American Conference schools proved to be extra troubling for the Bobcats this year regardless of the sport being played.
On April 26, life was relatively normal for Brian Perkins.
A sub-standard score on an NCAA evaluation will cost Ohio’s men’s basketball team a scholarship for the upcoming school year.
Ohio's men's basketball team will lose one scholarship for the 2011-12 season after failing to meet NCAA standards for academic performance.