If it wasn’t clear yet that the Bobcats belong among the best of the best in the American Collegiate Hockey Association, they proved it Friday night.
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If you’re attending a hockey game at Bird Arena, you’ll want to get there long before the game starts.
The beginning of Ohio's fourth game against Illinois Saturday started out like most of its other games this season, with Ohio scoring first. However, the rest of the game looked different from what Ohio is used to.
Despite another series sweep last weekend, Ohio dropped one spot to No. 4 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association standings. However, it has a chance to prove why it belongs back in the top three at home this weekend, and what better time to get another series sweep than against a Central State Collegiate Hockey League rival Illinois?
Ohio got out to a big lead Friday, and it paid off.
Ohio shocked the American Collegiate Hockey Association Friday by not only beating, but shutting out the No. 3 team in the league at home. Liberty has been a problem for Ohio over the last few seasons, but Ohio didn’t let the past get in its head and dominated Liberty in a 7-0 win.
Another Ohio winning streak has come to an end.
TUCSON, Arizona– Ohio played its final game of the season Friday, and it savored every last second.
Ohio’s impressive season is coming to an end.
Winter break may have begun, but Ohio is still working. It didn’t let up Friday and tallied another win at home in a 3-0 shutout against Kent State.
Ohio is heading to Tucson, Arizona.
Ohio had its best start to a game in its second of the weekend against Toledo, and it paid off.
DETROIT – Not many losses are as painful as the one Ohio endured Saturday.
While Ohio is on its way to the MAC Championship, some of its alumni are having their own success in the Canadian Football League.
The Mid-American Conference announced its football end-of-season awards and All-MAC teams Wednesday, and Ohio took home most of them.
Each week, the Sports editorial team selects its Top 25 Division I college football teams for the Student Media Poll.
Ohio is heading to its first Mid-American Conference Championship since 2016 Saturday, and there are a lot of questions to be answered. How will Ohio get past the No. 1 defense in the MAC? Is running back Sieh Bangura fully healthy? And how has C.J. Harris developed this past week?