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What fans might think of as Ohio’s typical schedule is over, but it still has one more game to play.
Many Bobcats received Central States Collegiate Hockey League honors at the conclusion of their 2022-23 season. Four were named to the CSCHL First Team, which was announced on Wednesday.
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Ohio started its 64th season ranked No. 7 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association but quickly showed it was much better than that. With the help of its veterans and an already very developed freshman class, Ohio got out to a strong 6-0 start for the first time since 2019. It swept teams like John Carroll, Alabama and Illinois before losing its first game of the season at Maryville on Oct. 21.
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As senior Andrew Wells said, don’t count Ohio out.
Ohio has had one thing on its mind for the past 365 days: winning a national championship.
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Mady OBrien did not feel like herself in June 2015. The active six-year-old was constantly tired and lethargic, which wasn’t normal for her. After weeks of feeling rundown, Mady decided she had had enough. She wanted to get better, so she asked her parents, Tiffany and Ash, to go to the doctor.
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While reflecting on his senior year, one word came to Blake Rossi's mind: fast
As Luc Reeve threw himself at the loose puck to knock it away from Ohio’s defensive zone, cheers erupted in Bird Arena. Seconds ticked down on the clock until there was no more, signaling that Ohio had won its final game at home this season.
Ohio has played 25 games in Bird Arena this season, and it will play its final two this weekend.
Ohio picked up a big win Saturday by beating Liberty 4-2 on the road. The win came just one day after Ohio fell to Liberty in overtime. Ohio, the No. 4 team, split its series with the No. 6 team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association.
Before a game, Justin Damon's teammates would describe him as funny, playful and sarcastic. However, when the music stops, the whistle sounds and the puck hits the ice, the goalie is locked in.
COLUMBUS, Ohio— Ohio began playing in the Tri-States Collegiate Hockey League championship shortly after 12:30 p.m. It didn’t finish playing till around 4:00 p.m.
Ohio put on another explosive performance Saturday, earning a huge 11-2 win at home against Robert Morris. Ohio played with confidence and cleanliness, which allowed it to overcome the minor obstacles it did face and get the win.
Ohio may have lost a rare game last weekend, but it also got a big win.
There were many aspects of Saturday’s loss to Minot State that were familiar to Ohio. It got out to a typical early lead and lost itself in the final period as it’s done a handful of times this season